iGrill2 in stock?

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Re: iGrill2 in stock?

Post by Rodcrafter » January 21st, 2015, 10:42 am

You go Puff, good foot work!


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Re: iGrill2 in stock?

Post by noXcuse » January 21st, 2015, 1:02 pm

I agree. This thing could be the king in the smoking world. They just need to step up the game on the android app. I have never had any Bluetooth connection issues with anything on my phone before this. I even went as far as doing a complete data reset in my phone and started over like it was brand new. Unfortunately, the reviews in the Google Play Store severely contradict what he told you, Puff. I let it run until 1:30am last night and about 50% of the times that I opened the app, it had to reconnect. I was less than 20' away from it and I could see the Bluetooth light start blinking. When it's solid, it has a good connection. At one point, it said I didn't even have any probes connected. And that's on the new one. I really want this thing to work. I think it will be a great tool for the smoking world.
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Re: iGrill2 in stock?

Post by noXcuse » January 21st, 2015, 1:08 pm

Here it is in the Google Play Store. Take a minute and read through the reviews. They're interesting.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... .connected



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Re: iGrill2 in stock?

Post by Puff » January 21st, 2015, 4:25 pm

I read through some of those replies it almost seems as though you are saying " what a terrible day it is today , it's raining " and the reply is "wow it's raining , when the sun comes out it will be better.... Have a nice day"

I'll be setting up both so that will give me the ammunition to debate the problem if I find it the same way.


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Re: iGrill2 in stock?

Post by noXcuse » January 21st, 2015, 5:09 pm

Lmao



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Re: iGrill2 in stock?

Post by noXcuse » January 24th, 2015, 7:44 am

Awesome. What's the dotted line at the end? What phone?



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iGrill2 in stock?

Post by Mankussm » January 24th, 2015, 9:51 am

I disconnected the Bluetooth to see what would happen then reconnected. I have an iphone5.



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Post by Mankussm » January 24th, 2015, 11:57 am

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What gives? Same chicken and one probe off 50 degrees????
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Re: iGrill2 in stock?

Post by noXcuse » January 24th, 2015, 12:13 pm

I can't say that I have that issue. I tested all of my probes with boiling water and at room temp, and they're all consistent with one another.



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Post by Mankussm » January 24th, 2015, 12:21 pm

I did too and they were fine. I go to cook today and the red one does this......



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Re: iGrill2 in stock?

Post by Puff » January 24th, 2015, 12:31 pm

Frozen spot in the bird?

I discovered that the probes on my ET733 have a sweet spot between 120 and 350. They do not seem to be exactly linear for critical scientific measurement . I've resigned myself to the fact these would be targeted to produce acceptable results at 250-275.

I know that electronics parts are all manufactured for tolerance variables. When measured, the 20% ones are sold as 20%.. As the tests show a few that are really well within spec, those are labeled as high a 1% and sold for a premium price

On the other hand, it just be messed up 8-)


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Re: iGrill2 in stock?

Post by Mankussm » January 24th, 2015, 1:30 pm

Puff wrote:Frozen spot in the bird?

I discovered that the probes on my ET733 have a sweet spot between 120 and 350. They do not seem to be exactly linear for critical scientific measurement . I've resigned myself to the fact these would be targeted to produce acceptable results at 250-275.

I know that electronics parts are all manufactured for tolerance variables. When measured, the 20% ones are sold as 20%.. As the tests show a few that are really well within spec, those are labeled as high a 1% and sold for a premium price

On the other hand, it just be messed up 8-)
I think it's messed up. That was the temp out of the fridge from overnight brine.....



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