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I have a maverick et-732 and my bbq probe is out. So, I stuck my food probe through a spud and used it as the bbq probe. It gauged a temperature but I just don't know how accurate it is. Has anyone else tried this? What were the results? What was your method?
Found this at Lowe's in Canada and decided to give it a try. I have used it about 5 times now and it's working good. I have a DigiQ from BBQ Guru and I love it but there is only one food probe and sometimes I need a second so that's why this was appealing. Also for the the times when I didn't need the pit probe / pit viper full set up, I thought the iGrill Mini would be a great simple set up. It would not be fair to compare this to the DigiQ as they are different beasts and the DigiQ costs quite a bit more. Pro's: - Temperature is very accurate - Love the iPhone app and notifications - they also have an android app - Bluetooth range is excellent - Compact and durable - Price is reasonable Con's - Battery life could be better - Sometimes the iPhone app does not communicate the proper battery life of the device - has been better since last update Overall, I would give this a 7 out of 10.