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igrill bluetooth remote thermometer $59.25 FS

skeester 38 January 13, 2013 at 11:22 AM in Home & Home Improvement (6)
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1/21 Update**White is OOS, but they still have Black

AT&T has the igrill black or white for $59.25 Free shipping This is the best deal that I could find. Next closest non ebay item was about $70. There are a couple used ones that might go cheaper, but my experience with grill thermometers is that you will use the warranty, so buy new. I have had many of the temp probes go bad on my Maverick. I use my smoker all the time and this is useful for those overnight smokes so I can just check the temp in my ipad without getting out of bed.



http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/...bNkb73omML White

http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/...bNkb73omML Black

Here is the link to the igrill store for reference

http://store.igrillinc.com/igrill-white/

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So, this is just for BT, not an interface to The Internet? I'm trying to find the advantage of this over a $15 rf version other than the cool factor. If I had Internet connectivity and could go to work and monitor the smoker then that'd be awesome or even if you could BT it to your home computer with monitoring software you could access...

Neat toy but still can't justify!
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#17
AT&T is good at probing my wallet with lousy service. If this works like their TV service or Cell phone service, your meat will be burned.
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#18
just ordered. Hopefuly it has better range than my shitty rf thermometer
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#19
Apologize if this is self evident, but if I have a Verizon IPhone will this work
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Quote from tuckerdog99 View Post :
Apologize if this is self evident, but if I have a Verizon IPhone will this work
Yes, ATT vs Verizon makes no difference here.
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Yes, ATT vs Verizon makes no difference here.
Thank you
Michael
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Quote from babloo View Post :
grilling is not for lazy people.
you should download griiled food ordering app
Yeah it is. If I don't feel like making anything time consuming, I just throw something on the grill...
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#23
Will this work on toddlers?
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Quote from CakeM1x View Post :
I have the Maverick ET732 and it works great. Wish I could find a reason to buy this.
same here, works great...

Quote from JMUFly View Post :
Brilliant idea... I think I will wait till the android app has the wrinkles ironed out- currently at 3.5 stars in the Play store. This would definitely be great for the overnight smoking sessions, particularly if you can set up a custom warning (say temps go above 255 or below 195 on the pit probe).
the maverick et732 is same price and can set up custom warnings.
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#25
FYI...
I've had this for about 6 months. I got it from Staples with a $25 off $75 coupon.

I bought it for the graph of temperature over time but that feature is not implemented for android yet. I contacted igrill and they said that feature is coming.
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Quote from JMUFly View Post :
Brilliant idea... I think I will wait till the android app has the wrinkles ironed out- currently at 3.5 stars in the Play store. This would definitely be great for the overnight smoking sessions, particularly if you can set up a custom warning (say temps go above 255 or below 195 on the pit probe).
You can set up custom alarms (at least with the iPhone app, I'd imagine same with android) for temps or temp ranges, graph the temps etc.

Quote from BrianC811 View Post :
So, this is just for BT, not an interface to The Internet? I'm trying to find the advantage of this over a $15 rf version other than the cool factor. If I had Internet connectivity and could go to work and monitor the smoker then that'd be awesome or even if you could BT it to your home computer with monitoring software you could access...

Neat toy but still can't justify!
I'm guessing no wifi for safety reasons, i.e. potential lawsuit for the "I burned my house down and it's igrill's fault".....

I have this and love it. I chose it over the Maverick because of the bluetooth feature/ios integration. My thought is the app will be continually updated to bring new features etc, while the Mavericks (not knocking them because they're tried and true from what I read) are static in their capabilities. just my $.02.
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#27
Have you ever checked the temperature of your food on the grill outside, from your bedroom? You will, and the company that will bring it to you is AT&T.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MnQ8EkwXJ0
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Quote from BrianC811 View Post :
So, this is just for BT, not an interface to The Internet? I'm trying to find the advantage of this over a $15 rf version other than the cool factor. If I had Internet connectivity and could go to work and monitor the smoker then that'd be awesome or even if you could BT it to your home computer with monitoring software you could access...

Neat toy but still can't justify!
Well you could build a HeatMeter using a Raspberry Pi. It will monitor your pit temp, up to 4 other probes, AND maintain the temp of your smoker. Oh, and you can check the temps from your phone as it has wifi or ethernet connection.


http://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?3...Standalone
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Quote from shaxs View Post :
Well you could build a HeatMeter using a Raspberry Pi. It will monitor your pit temp, up to 4 other probes, AND maintain the temp of your smoker. Oh, and you can check the temps from your phone as it has wifi or ethernet connection.


http://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?3...Standalone
Although building this is a whole different ballgame on many levels, it sparks my interest so thanks for posting. What's the cost to build roughly (not including time)?
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Quote from Kramerica20 View Post :
Although building this is a whole different ballgame on many levels, it sparks my interest so thanks for posting. What's the cost to build roughly (not including time)?
There is a good chance you have some of the stuff you need sitting around the house like a 12v adapter, rca cable, 32mb SD card, ect. The variables are how many temp probes you want and what kind of case you want. You can get a custom 3d printed case ($74) or throw it into a radio shack project enclosure (~$7). I am trying a different route using a pre-made enclosure for a handheld medical device. Here are the parts break down:

•Everything from the Mouser project $31
•Everything from DigiKey: 1xBlower 1xSocket 4xJacks $19
•A HeaterMeter v4.0 PCB - $13
•12V 1A (or greater) power adapter with 2.1mm barrel jack (tip positive)
• Maverick temperature probes (ET-72 or ET-73), minimum 1, up to 4 $10ea
• RaspberryPi Model B $35
•An old RCA cable, such as composite video (yellow) or stereo audio (red/white)
•Full sized SD card (not microSD or miniSD) 32MB (yes, megs) or larger
• WiFi Adapter (optional) $10

So lets say you already have a SD card, RCA cable, and 12v adapter laying around like I do and use a Radio Shack case. And use buy two probes (1 pit 1 food) Total cost: ~$130.
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