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The Quirky+GE Refuel checks the propane levels for your gas grill and sends that information over Wi-Fi to its Wink app. Click through for more details about how this smart grilling gadget works.

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The Refuel has two main pieces.

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The doughnut-shaped one acts as a scale.

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Place it on a level surface.

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Put your propane tank on top.

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Connect the scale to the puck-shaped sensor with the attached cord.

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The sensor connects your gas tank to the Internet.

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Follow the directions on the Wink app to establish the connection.

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Then use the magnetic back of the sensor to stick it on your grill.

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The sensor fits anywhere.

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Open the app to find out how much fuel you have.

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You'll know when you're running low.

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You can even set up push notifications and email alerts when your tank passes a certain threshold.

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Or, tap the sensor to get a reading on its LEDs.

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Red means it's time to refill.

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The Quirky+GE Refuel connects to your Wi-Fi to keep you up-to-date on your propane levels, wherever you go.

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