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Here’s How an Android Or An iPhone Can Help You Cook

November 11, 2012 2 comments

Product Title (In box)

  • Bluetooth meat thermometer
  • Free app compatible with Android and Apple devices
  • Monitor food temperature and receive notifications from up to 200 feet away
  • Multiple thermometer probe capability
  • Works from 40°F to 400°F

The iGrill Bluetooth thermometer from iDevices is the must-have gadget for chefs and grill masters of all skill levels to help them better their craft. Recipient of such awards as Bluetooth Innovator of the Year and Bluetooth Best of CES Category Winner, the iGrill thermometer probe delivers meat temperature readings to the iGrill hub which in turn wirelessly sends the info to your handheld device via Bluetooth. With the iGrill you’ll be able to monitor your food from up to 200 feet away and receive notifications to alert you when such things as desired temperature or cook time have been achieved. This is especially convenient when grilling during the cold winter months or those family BBQs that leave 1 person at the grill while everyone else has fun. It is capable of monitoring 2 different meats at once with its dual temperature probe ports and 2 included temperature probes. The iGrill base will display the current temperature reading of the selected probe on its face and has a working temperature range of 40°F to 400°F. The iGrill is ideal for use with an oven, grill or even a smoker and it is powered by 4 AA batteries which are included with purchase.

The iGrill is compatible with both Apple and Android devices upon downloading the free iGrill app for each in their respective app stores. Among the many features available with the iGrill app on your device you’ll be able to set alarms and reminders to alert you when an oven or grill has pre-heated to your desired temperature or when the meat you’re cooking is just right to prevent over and undercooking. It even offers pre-set temperature and cook time suggestions depending upon the meat being cooked and cook preference (rare, medium, well done, etc). The Apple iGrill app even has Facebook integration allowing you to upload pictures of your mouth watering food and what you’re cooking straight to the iGrill Facebook page. Read More

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