iGrill Bluetooth-Enabled Meat Thermometer

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July 7, 2014
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  Plug the iGrill2’s meat probes into a steak, and once a sirloin hits a medium-rare 130 degrees inside, the device will set off an alarm on your phone.
    Plug the iGrill2’s meat probes into a steak, and once a sirloin hits a medium-rare 130 degrees inside, the device will set off an alarm on your phone.
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  The iGrill2 connects to smartphones via Bluetooth and has a range of 150 feet. You need to stay within that range from the grill to receive notifications.
    The iGrill2 connects to smartphones via Bluetooth and has a range of 150 feet. You need to stay within that range from the grill to receive notifications.
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  The iGrill2 comes with two meat probes with extras available for $20 each. Those alone, of course, are far more expensive than a solid analog meat thermometer.
    The iGrill2 comes with two meat probes with extras available for $20 each. Those alone, of course, are far more expensive than a solid analog meat thermometer.
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  If you buy extras, one hub can handle up to four probes simultaneously.
    If you buy extras, one hub can handle up to four probes simultaneously.
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  Each can be linked to different meats, so it can be set for both a chicken breast and a pork chop and notify accordingly.

    Each can be linked to different meats, so it can be set for both a chicken breast and a pork chop and notify accordingly.

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