Meat Temperature Probe

5 out of 5 Customer Rating

Meat Temperature Probe

Designed for all iGrill models and Weber Connect

A$20.95
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The Meat Temperature Probe monitors food temperature from the beginning of your cook to end. Once you’ve connected the probe to your iGrill device, simply connect the free app to display real-time temperature. The pack includes colour indicators ensuring you never confuse what stage your meat is at.
Part Number #7211

Meat Temperature Probe

A$20.95
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Specifications

Specifications

Out Of Carton Dimensions: INDIVIDUAL PROBE
12.7cm H x 1.27cm W x 6.6cm D
Care Instructions
Do not immerse the probe or wiring in water. Not dishwasher safe. Clean with a damp towel/anti-bacterial wipe. Avoid getting liquid where the probe meets the wire.
Fits
Must be used with either an iGrill Mini, iGrill 2, iGrill 3 or Weber Connect
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What our Customers Are Saying

Meat Temperature Probe is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Badly labelled Thought I could use this product to check temperature of roast, without lifting lid and letting heat out, as it had a cable. Only through google, did I find that you need expensive accessory to display temp.
Date published: 2020-11-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Extremely misleading I bought this as a Christmas present thinking I’d be able to monitor the temp on my meat! Perhaps by connecting to my iPhone through an app or something! But alas not until I googled it, saw similar reviews etc did I realise it was useless without the expensive attachment A tad disappointed guys! I’d definitely be looking at repackaging these and at least putting some instructions on the back so it’s obvious it’s a spare part!
Date published: 2020-12-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love the Product but wish they didn't fail I love the product however I have lurched two probes recently to replace 2 probes that failed that were less than 12 months old. They are used at a normal rate for a family home and so I dont think they should fail so quickly
Date published: 2020-07-12
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