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Inkbird IBT-4XS Bluetooth BBQ Grill Thermometer w/ 4 Probes EXPIRED

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Mixtea360 via Amazon has Inkbird IBT-4XS Bluetooth BBQ Grill Thermometer w/ 4 Probes on sale for $51.99 - Extra $15.60 w/ promo code BOB87YJ6 (apply in cart) = $36.39. Shipping is free (select in the delivery option). Thanks Pmo2408

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  • Inkbird IBT-4XS Bluetooth BBQ Grill Thermometer
  • 3 Meat Probes
  • 1 Ambient Probe
  • USB Charging Cable
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This Inkbird 4 probes thermometer can be paid w/ Android or iPhone. Battery can last for about 40 hours once fully charged w/ remote rage of up to 150'. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Purchased this last December (lowest on CCC) so I didn't have to continually check on what I was grilling outside in the cold. I also use it in the summer, as it has become more of a safety feature and won't let you forget and will prevent burning of any food.

The device works well with a three burner propane grill and keeping consistent temperature checks across the board. The app it pairs with pretty basic, sends notifications when desired temperature or overheating is detected.

I received an email for a coupon code which actually makes the price cheaper than the $42 I paid for it in December 2019.

30% coupon code: BOB87YJ6

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I've had the six probe version for a while. It works well, but you should know that anytime it disconnects from your phone for whatever reason it will erase and restart the temperature history graph. I have yet to go longer than an hour or two without it momentarily disconnecting and resetting the graph. I wish I could see my brisket's 16 hour history, but I've accepted it'll never happen with this thermometer.

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these are great, i have the 6 probe version.
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these are great, i have the 6 probe version.
Yeah for a 4 burner or larger, I'd go six for sure. Surprisingly, they make grilling "smart"
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Yeah for a 4 burner or larger, I'd go six for sure. Surprisingly, they make grilling "smart"
Why so many probes, isn't four indicative of temperature enough? Is the six probe on sale?
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Why so many probes, isn't four indicative of temperature enough? Is the six probe on sale?
Depends on how many burners you are using for where you need a probe. Generally, if one burner has an item of food to a desired temperature, then all those foods should be that temperature or within plus or minus a degree. I did not receive any email on a six probe, just this model. I'd assume if you aren't cook a whole spread of various meats/vegetables that have varying cooking temperatures, this four probe would be enough.
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Why so many probes, isn't four indicative of temperature enough? Is the six probe on sale?
6 probe is technically 5 probes. 1 probe is dull only used for ambient temp in grill/smoker. So 5 probes, say im cooking chicken, burgers and steaks. The other week i made a brisket, i had 3 probes in the flat and 2 probes in the point. They all measured different, mabye by 1 or 2 degrees.
plus the probes can be disconnected, so i'd rather have extra probes just in case.
it wasnt on sale, i saw on some bbq forums that the inkbird rep was giving 50% off codes. so i emailed the rep and she told me she'd refund 50% to my paypal after i left them an honest review on amazon.
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6 probe is technically 5 probes. 1 probe is dull only used for ambient temp in grill/smoker. So 5 probes, say im cooking chicken, burgers and steaks. The other week i made a brisket, i had 3 probes in the flat and 2 probes in the point. They all measured different, mabye by 1 or 2 degrees.
plus the probes can be disconnected, so i'd rather have extra probes just in case.
it wasnt on sale, i saw on some bbq forums that the inkbird rep was giving 50% off codes. so i emailed the rep and she told me she'd refund 50% to my paypal after i left them an honest review on amazon.

Thanks for the feedback, if it were me I would probably use one probe in each piece of meat, max two, so my probe requirements may be a little less...I guess I may be happy with the four probe, but I also see there is a wifi version for a lot more, any drawbacks to bluetooth enough to spend double + on wifi? I tend to wander quite a bit, hopefully it holds signal well and picks it back up again seamlessly. Thanks

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Depends on how many burners you are using for where you need a probe. Generally, if one burner has an item of food to a desired temperature, then all those foods should be that temperature or within plus or minus a degree. I did not receive any email on a six probe, just this model. I'd assume if you aren't cook a whole spread of various meats/vegetables that have varying cooking temperatures, this four probe would be enough.

Thanks, I have a four burner and tend to do bulk items of the same or maybe two things max, so I think I may want more probes if I had more room to work with - three effective probes should be enough for my needs.

Anyway I got one thanks, great price for four probes and solid company when it comes to thermostats.
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Got one. Thanks op
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Thanks for the feedback, if it were me I would probably use one probe in each piece of meat, max two, so my probe requirements may be a little less...I guess I may be happy with the four probe, but I also see there is a wifi version for a lot more, any drawbacks to bluetooth enough to spend double + on wifi? I tend to wander quite a bit, hopefully it holds signal well and picks it back up again seamlessly. Thanks




Thanks, I have a four burner and tend to do bulk items of the same or maybe two things max, so I think I may want more probes if I had more room to work with - three effective probes should be enough for my needs.

Anyway I got one thanks, great price for four probes and solid company when it comes to thermostats.
wifi you should be able to read from anywhere, even if you go far. bluetooth i think has a 300 ft range.
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Picked one up about 2 months ago for this grilling season. Only knock I've had so far was that when I went to use it to monitor freezer temperature, doesn't seem to go below 32F.
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Thanks for the feedback, if it were me I would probably use one probe in each piece of meat, max two, so my probe requirements may be a little less...I guess I may be happy with the four probe, but I also see there is a wifi version for a lot more, any drawbacks to bluetooth enough to spend double + on wifi? I tend to wander quite a bit, hopefully it holds signal well and picks it back up again seamlessly. Thanks




Thanks, I have a four burner and tend to do bulk items of the same or maybe two things max, so I think I may want more probes if I had more room to work with - three effective probes should be enough for my needs.

Anyway I got one thanks, great price for four probes and solid company when it comes to thermostats.
I guess the code is not valid for wifi so its like 3x for the wifi,
Has anyone got a long-term experience with it? Is it any good?
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ty, ordered.
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I've had the six probe version for a while. It works well, but you should know that anytime it disconnects from your phone for whatever reason it will erase and restart the temperature history graph. I have yet to go longer than an hour or two without it momentarily disconnecting and resetting the graph. I wish I could see my brisket's 16 hour history, but I've accepted it'll never happen with this thermometer.
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really short range.. for the signal

I'd pass on it
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