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iDevices iGrill2 Bluetooth Thermometer
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- Four probe capability to easily track more than one temperature at once including two pro-level meat probes to resist higher heat and steam
- Use preset or custom temperature alarms with a min and max temperature settings of -22° F (-30°C) to 572° F (300°C)
- 150 foot Bluetooth smart range with a 200 hour battery life
- Magnetic mounting with illuminated display to quickly view temperature progression
- Compatible with iOS devices (iPhone 4S+, iPad mini, iPad 3+ and iPod touch 5+) and most Bluetooth Smart Ready Android devices running 4.3+
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Whether you’re an award winning pit-master or a novice backyard griller, the iGrill2, a Bluetooth Smart meat thermometer, makes grilling and smoking easier, more convenient and a whole lot smarter.
Grill with Precision
Packaged with two Pro Meat Probes that measure -22° Fahrenheit to 572° Fahrenheit you can closely monitor the progression of your food through the iDevices Connected app.
For Everything You're Grilling
Everyone likes their steak a different way? No problem. The iGrill2 has four probe ports so you can monitor the temperature of up to four different pieces of meat at once.
With a 150 feet Bluetooth Smart range, you can stay in the know while tending to party guests or catching up on the game. You'll receive an alert once your food is ready.
The iGrill2 features an illuminated display so you can easily take a quick glance at the current temperature of any of your four probes.
iDevices Connected App
For iOS and Android
The iDevices Connected app, powered by Bluetooth Smart technology, is the central hub for managing your iGrill Mini. Monitor your temperature progression and get a more detailed view for each probe with customizable views. Free app available for download in the App Store and Google Play Store.
iDevices Connected App Features:
- Preset and custom temperature alarms
- Minimum and maximum temperature settings
- Pair multiple iGrill devices to your smart device
- Graphing and exporting
- Exclusive recipes
- iPhone 4s and up
- iPod touch 5th gen and up
- iPad mini series
- iPad 3rd gen and up
- Most Bluetooth Smart Ready Android devices
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Whether you're an award winning pit-master or a novice backyard griller, the iGrill2, a Bluetooth Smart meat thermometer, makes grilling and smoking easier, more convenient and a whole lot smarter. With a 150 foot Bluetooth Smart range, you can get back to your guests and keep a close watch on the temperature progression of your meat from your mobile device, using the free iDevices Connected app. You'll receive an alert once it's ready to take off the grates. Your friends and family will be left wondering how you fired up such a delicious meal without getting stuck by the grill or smoker. You'll never want to cook any other way, and with the iGrill2, you won't have to. Grill With Precision. One year limited manufacturer’s warranty.
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The attached pictures show the test setup I did.
- All four probes (three meat, one grill) suspended in a pot, not touching each other or the metal of the pot.
- I added rolling boiling water which should have been close to 212 degrees.
- Screen shots show the temperature plots. I swapped probe one and two to confirm it was the probe and not the receiver jack. You can see how variable the reported temperature is coming from the same medium.
Additionally, the grill temperature probe (Number four in the series) when in a grill stops working at about 500 degrees. When it cools off it returns to function.
Lastly, the Bluetooth range is less than advertised. Outside, direct line-of-site, the range is maybe 20 feet.
When it worked I liked it. But now, not so much. I've inquired about warranty service.
When the app had downloaded, I launched it and turned on the iGrill2. (Note that you must both press and hold down the power button on the iGrill2 to turn it off and on. If you just push it quickly, nothing happens.) Almost instantaneously, the app asked me if it was OK to pair with the iGrill2. I selected OK and the unit and the iPad paired.
To use the system for roasting/grilling, plug the probe(s) into your iGrill2 base and select iGrill2 at the top of the app screen. (This unit comes with two probes. There is space for up to two more probes, but you must buy them separately.) Immediately, on your device you will see color-coded display screens for each probe. Insert the probe(s) into the meat and set up your desired internal temperature on the app by choosing your type of meat and the level of doneness you prefer, or setting a custom temperature.
The connection line between the probe and the base is four feet long; plenty long enough to set the base on a surface next to your oven or grill. Or you can magnetically connect the base to your grill. There is a magnet embedded in the black part of the base. Be aware, though, that the base is not waterproof. That being the case, I wouldn't leave the base outside in wet weather. Also note that the base comes apart so that you can change the batteries and also so you can put the display part of the base in one of two ways, which changes its angle. Angled one way is best if the base sits on a flat surface, angled the other way is best for visibility if you magnetically connect it to your grill.
The package also included a magnetic disc that is sticky on one side when you peel off a plastic film. It's mentioned in the product description, but I couldn't find anything describing what the heck it's for. (As with so many electronic devices, the "manual" for this product is nothing more than a short set of pictograms and a few words.) I'll tell you what I did with it. As mentioned, the base is magnetized. When I went to put away the base and probes, I found that a probe holder magnetically stuck to the base--not stuck hard, but enough so that they'd stay together in the drawer. But the magnet wasn't strong enough to keep the second probe holder attached. However, when I attached the magnetic disk to that second probe and put it next to the probe that was attached to the base, that worked. Again, it's just magnetic enough to keep everything together in the drawer. I have no idea if that's the intended function of the magnetic disc, but it seems like just as good a use as any.
Anyway, back to using the iGrill2. I live in a very old house with thick walls and heavy woodwork around the doorways. I found that my device stayed connected with the base unit as long as I was only a room away. It lost the Bluetooth connection, though, when I moved into the next room and was about 30 feet away. (You aren't left wondering if you're connected; the app on your device lets you know as soon as the connection is lost.) It's disappointing that the range is so much less than I expected from the product description. If there are no barriers between your device and the base, the range is longer, but there are walls or other barriers, it appears you can only be one room away.
Assuming you are still Bluetooth-connected, when the probe detects that your food has reached the temperature you've selected, the base beeps, and also sends a message to your device, which alerts you with a pop-up message and a beep.
The bottom line for me is that while this device works well, the short Bluetooth range (if you have barriers between your device and the base) is an issue to take into consideration before making a purchase.
First of all, note that the app is needed to set alarms for the iGrill. Without the alarms, the $99 unit is worth about $15. For that reason, the bluetooth connection is vital. If you just walk out of range, the alarms will still function at the iGrill, but this issue goes beyond that. For no apparent reason (I didn't move anything, drop my phone in the pool, or shut it off), the bluetooth connection between the phone/iPad and the iGrill simple drops off! To fix it, either the iGrill or the app must to be restarted to re-establish communication. That is, the app no longer sees the iGrill to connect to it, so something must be restarted so the iGrill app will find the iGrill and then it will connect automatically. That means no alarms until I notice the disconnect and fix it (sometimes I get an alarm that the connection has failed, sometimes not). This single point of failure continues at random times. This happens even with fresh alkaline batteries installed in the iGrill at the beginning of the cook, and those same batteries work fine after the cook, so the batts are not getting drained.
The automatic linking is the only saving grace to this major issue since the app retains the past data and will link it to the new data minus the missing time period; however, the temperature settings are lost each time so the cook temp and surface temp alarms must be reset or you still won't get any alarms, just plotted data points on a graph. By the way, that data plotting is fantastic for seeing how the food is cooking, and in most cases the user can use it to estimate completion time well in advance.
So as much as I love how well this works (when it works) the connection issues are such a big problem that I knocked off 3 stars.
Until Weber fixes this problem, I will not recommend the iGrill since intermittent failures occur that render it inoperable.
I attached a screen shot of the probe in the meat. Notice the probe jumps all over the place, currently at 7 degrees which is impossible.
If this product would just work as intended, it would be hands down the best
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