iDevices iGrill Mini costs $39.99.
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Press the center to turn it on and off.
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The jack makes it easy to attach and detach the probe from iGrill Mini.
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You can attach iGrill Mini to the magnetized mount so it can stick to several surfaces.
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Currently, iGrill Mini is only compatible with iOS devices.
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It operates on a Bluetooth Smart connection (aka Bluetooth 4.0).
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iGrill boasts a 150-foot Bluetooth range.
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Supposedly, the probe can measure temperatures ranging from -22 degrees to 572 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Use the probe wrap to keep the cord tangle-free.
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iGrill Mini is a truly compact thermometer. It measures a mere 2 inches.
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Smoking pork shoulder in the grill.
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Roasting chicken in the oven.
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