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I wonder how this stacks up to the igrill? 


  • SpaightlabsSpaightlabs Posts: 1,180
    About as well as the Taylor stuff does - should stand up fine to low and slow but I'd still shield the wires with foil...if it takes a hot blast or a temp spike the wires will melt.
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  • _BR__BR_ Posts: 42
    It mentions monitoring food temp but nothing about cooking temp (grill area)? Maybe I missed something, I would pass without that.

  • jeroldharterjeroldharter Posts: 519
    You know, that Sharper Image item is an iGrill. So I suspect is stacks up about the same.

    It accepts two probes. If it comes with just one probe, you must order the second a la carte. The probes are of two varieties: meat probe, or grate.
  • jeroldharterjeroldharter Posts: 519
    I looked at the sharper image item again. Looks like it includes two meat probes. They have a grate probe which is shorter and has a little metal clip for attaching to the grate. You would have to buy that separately if you want one. In any case, you can have a maximum of two probes at one time.

    Some people bash the iGrill as being plastic junk. That is somewhat true in that it is not the most robust build, but mine works well and I like the functionality with iPhone/iPad.
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