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BEER-N-BBQ by Larry

BBQ Guru CyberQ Cloud: First Impression

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8 minutes ago, 5698k said:

Mine shows 32°-475° operating range. It's the older unit, but I think that's for the probes. 

 

475* high temp for the probes wouldn't work for me. I would need meat probes in the 575* range. Yes a non standard setup. 

 

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Thanks for posting the video Larry.  I have the older CyberQ.  I’m a little disappointed BBQ Guru didn’t upgrade the quality of the connectors on the end of the probes.  

 

I would also love to see a thicker insulated jacket on the fan connector cord.

 

It’s 15 - 25 F in Alberta.  I would preferred to see tougher design on the probes for more frigid times of the year.  You have to extra careful with the BBQ Guru probe ends during the winter. 

 

I don’t think I’ll look at upgrading to the CyberQ cloud.   When the time comes, I’ll probably sell my CyberQ to buy an iKamand. 

 

The slider on my Kamado adaptor doesn’t slide anymore.  It frozen in time by years of grease has glued it tightly to the adaptor. 

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