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Weber iGrill 2 Thermometer
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- Four probe capacity (two meat probes included)
- Meat probes are heat resistant up to 716˚F
- LED temperature display; Clean with lint free cloth and non-abrasive cleanser. Never submerge in fluid, product is not waterproof.
- Bluetooth connectivity
- 200-hour battery life (batteries included)
- Magnetic ; Measures -22°F (-30°C) to 572°F (300°C)
- Preset temperatures, temperature monitoring, and many other features offered in Weber iGrill app
- Weber iGrill app available on App Store and Google Play
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The Weber iGrill 2 is an app-connected thermometer that allows you to monitor the doneness of up to four cuts of meat, from beginning to end, and notifies you on your smart device once food has reached the perfect temperature to serve. Whether you’re a seasoned grill master, or just digging in, it has never been easier to execute the perfect meal.
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Out of the box, the unit comes with the basics to BBQ and grill. This included 2-tempurature probes, the unit, and other trinkets (e.g. sleeves to change the probe colors, a metal piece to adhere it a non-metalic surface etc.). The one thing I felt it lacked was the ambient probe. It was an easy fix, since I ordered the iGrill2 from Amazon, I also ordered the ambient probe for about $14 extra dollars. In my opinion I felt that the unit should have came with one meat probe and an ambient probe as well (total of two) rather than just two meat probes.
When my unit arrived, my first cook was a whole chicken. i used the units presets to alert me when it was done. It worked great and was easy to set. I have put this unit to the test, BBQing at least 3 times a week. Over the past 2 months, I have used it for various cuts of meat. This includes, whole chicken, chicken quarters, chicken legs, beef steaks (various cuts), pork and beef ribs, pork butt and brisket to name a few.
As a personal preference, I found that I occasionally use the pre-set temperatures and instead set the alerts to my liking. This is just because I noticed some of the preset temperatures were at a different temperature than my personal likings or that I wanted to pull the meat off prior to the preset to wrap or sauce. The presets give no option to setup this type of timer.
The ambient probe is really good. It comes with a grill grate holder that it mounts in. It then lays about level with the meat you're cooking to monitor the meat. The other probes do what you want them to do as well (monitor the internal temperature). With two meat probes, I'm able to monitor two separate chunks of meat on the grill or (on a large piece) place them on both sides of the meat to ensure even cooking. As for the unit, it is very basic and can work without a phone (or other bluetooth device connected to it). If you don't want to use it with a phone or other device, you're limited to setting temps for each probe only. You also can also monitor each probes temperature from the iGrill device as well.
Now, I'll talk a little about the app. Again, I've only used the current (as of this review) version of the app. I can't see a way to show what version my app is. It appears that it was designed by someone not into cooking/BBQing/Grilling. There are many features that I think the app could use to make it much more tailored to each user's need.
One thing I would like to see in later features is the ability to 'modify' the preset temperatures. Another modification would be to add a search feature on the presets. As it is now, you need to choose the 'type' of meat you're cooking, then scroll through the alphabetical order list. One 'smart' feature that I think would be nice to add is for the app to notice a fast drop of temperatures (e.g. from 245 degrees to a fast drop to 110 degrees within seconds). This would be useful when you need to lift the lid and mop your meat or add some fuel (charcoal) to the grill and not want to have your app start beeping at you to warn you the temperature is too low. I know there are other additions that the app could use, but these are just my thoughts for now.
Overall, if you're considering getting this Weber iGrill2 to add to your tools, I would recommend it. I would say that there are other probes and devices that do the same for less. Some are bluetooth and some are not. If you want to stick with the Weber brand, like I did, then go for it. I paid $80 (on sale from Amazon) for the unit and another $14 for the extra ambient probe.
I purchased this to replace my Maverick remote thermometer as the Maverick is beat up (kids) and the probe is giving me problems.
The range on this is very limited and the app on my phone with just shut down after a short time and the phone will not alert you to either situation. This is a very large over sight as the whole point of this is to alert you when things change. Weber took a decent app and updated it to the point where it is unusable. Alarms/alerts and features that were there are no longer there, it is a shame.
Weber needs some app developers to get this product functioning properly until then I am not even able to use this to do a long smoke; it just is not dependable at all or Weber has removed features that were there making it unusable for its intended use.
I have a weber Genesis 2 grill and I chose the iGrill2 over the iGrill3, even though the Genesis 2 has a spot ready for the Grill3.
Here's why: the iGrill2 can be used with basically any BBQ, oven, grill, smoker, etc.
It has a magnetized base, it's detachable and it gives you the temp readings right on the unit.
Why the iGrill2 over the other devices available on Amazon?
- The probes have a much higher tolerance to heat vs most, if not all other Bluetooth thermometers. I have cooked steaks at 600 *F and I can report no melted or defective probe.
- It's a very well built and solid unit.
- The weber app is super easy and fun to use.
- From other people reviews, the customer support is 2nd to none. Not sure it's the case for most devices sold on Amazon...
- If you go on other store websites, you'll find that most issues with the app are due to an older phone system and a simple update solves it all.
- Not sure about the range but I've used it 5-10 times so far without any issues. Of course, it would probably loose connectivity if I was to go to my neighbor or maybe mow the front lawn, but why would I when I have something on the BBQ??? If I had a smoker at the very end of my yard or if for some reason I liked going on a trek while I'm grilling a chicken, then I would maybe look for something else... But for my needs (and most people needs I believe) this is a very, very good bluetooth thermometer.
- On a less positive note, it is a bit more expensive than other devices that have better ratings but I don't want probs that melt over 450*F. I did find a new unit at nearly 40% off.
- 2 probes feels a little bit like they're pushing you to eventually buy a 3rd and a 4th one. We'll see...
- It can sometimes be hard to judge how deep in the meat the probe is inserted, therefore affecting the reading. I guess it comes with practice.
- To summarize, ratings and reviews of the iGrill 2 are little misleading. I'm excited every time I take it out of the box and satisfied everytime I put it back in!
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It is magnetic, so it stays put on the side shelf of my stainless steel Weber.
My only complaint is with the app - if I want to grill a steak, it lists every imaginable cut - which can be overwhelming (there are dozens!) and I hate having to scroll the list to find exactly which type of steak I'm grilling.
The steaks came out perfect and must say I am incredibly impressed with this package.
I wish I purchased this in the first place as is a really good tool.