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New DigiQ II User with a question

DarkDreamerDarkDreamer Posts: 17
edited 7:43PM in EggHead Forum
So I got an early Xmas present of a DigiQ II, and can't wait to get smokin. I'm planning on a pork butt this weekend... but it's supposed to be around 20 degrees. I know my faithful egg has no problem with this. It takes that cold and says is that all you got. But I don't know if my DigiQ can take it. Anybody out there know? Thanks for the help.

Comments

  • FatMikeFatMike Posts: 464
    I just got one of these too and planing a pork but this weekend.. great question that I didn't even think of
  • Bob-OBob-O Posts: 211
    I have one and there is no problem using it at that temp or lower. Enjoy
  • Just keep it dry

    Ross
  • Why keep it dry? It says it's water tight. That is from BBQ GURU's site. Does this mean it can be left out in the rain?
  •  
    Water tight vs. water proof.

    Plug in's and power have not water protection.

    I guess if one wants to put a $200 accessory exposed to water/snow/moisture then go for it.

    Me, I use a bread bag or zip lock and mount the q2 somewhat vertically so there won't be any potential capillary action of the moisture.

    Just my 2¢

    GG
  •  
    My q2 has done a great job at -26°.

    GG
  • Thank you all for the info. I can always count on you for help. Have a happy holiday.
  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,773
    It can take it and then some..
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