iGrill Grilling/Cooking Thermometer

Average User Rating:
3/5,
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  • iGrill is the first grilling/cooking thermometer and app for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. iGrill communicates with your device via a secure, long-range Blutooth connection.
  • Brand:
    iDevices
    EAN:
    0649241923855
    Label:
    iDevices
    Manufacturer:
    iDevices
    MPN:
    107562-0001
    Product Group:
    Lawn & Patio
    Product Type Name:
    OUTDOOR_LIVING
    Publisher:
    iDevices
    Studio:
    iDevices
    Title:
    iGrill Grilling/Cooking Thermometer
    UPC:
    649241923855

Recent User Reviews

  1. ooloncoluphid
    2/5,
    "Good idea, terrible execution"
    Value:
    1/5,
    Quality:
    1/5,
    Purchase Date:
    Dec 25, 2013
    Purchase Price:
    79.99
    Pros - Good idea
    Cons - Real-world use is limited, unit crashes and requires battery pull, frequent disconnects
    I received a black iGrill from my wife for Christmas after some not-so-subtle hinting that I'd like to have one. I immediately downloaded the iGrill app from Google Play, and paired the iGrill to my Samsung Galaxy S3 with no problems.

    A few days after Christmas, I bought a couple pork butts to throw in the MES for a 12+ hour smoke. I was very excited to try the iGrill, so I placed a probe in each of the butts and opened the app. So far so good. I could see the current temp of each butt on my phone. Wow! Cool! Unfortunately, my enthusiasm died shortly after that. The range on the Bluetooth connection is advertised to be 150', but this is probably a best case scenario with no walls or obstructions. Mine disconnected unless I was less than about 30' away with one exterior wall between my phone and the device. Another issue that arose was the fact that about three times, the device locked up and became unresponsive, with even the controls on the unit itself, including the on/off button, ceasing to function. The only fix for this was to pull out the batteries and put them back in.

    After getting frustrated with the iGrill, I gave up on it in the middle of my smoke and reverted back to a $19.99 regular digital kitchen thermometer. I have since returned the iGrill, and am looking for a thermometer that will use wifi rather than Bluetooth.
  2. russg
    4/5,
    "WORKS WELL"
    Value:
    4/5,
    Quality:
    5/5,
    Purchase Date:
    Nov 1, 2012
    Purchase Price:
    80.00
    Pros - LOTS OF SETTINGS FOR HIGH TEMP, LOW TEMP, ALARMS, TIME.
    Cons - Sometimes you have to reload the app on your "i" device. Syncing to you "i" device.
    Seems to keep accurate temp readings. It uses bluetooth.

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    1 person likes this.

User Comments

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  1. ooloncoluphid
    The proverbial "straw that broke the camel's back" wasn't the range so much as the lockups of the device even when it wasn't connected to anything.
  2. zimbo
    I'm sure it sounded like a great idea. I would have tried it with a different device before sending it back.
     
    As for Bluetooth, the minimum range by design is 30'. Anything more for most apps is gravy!