iGrill Mini Remote Meat Thermometer

May 8, 2014

Category: Tech

For the man who obsessively loves to grill, the search for the next great gadget can be an exhaustive one, especially once you’ve already stockpiled the necessary prongs, tongs, and assorted thingamajigs that you swear you’ll remember what they’re used for one of these days.

But we’ve found a new one for ya: the iGrill Mini, a remote meat thermometer for your iOS device. With the power of Bluetooth, this little gadget will let you know exactly when your food is ready for consumption. iDevices promises a 150′ range and 150 hours of battery life, letting you swing away on your backyard hammock while your burger reaches its searing peak. There’s a temperature LED indicator, magnetic mounting with two viewing angle positions, and you can choose from dozens of preset temperature alarms or create your own. [Purchase]

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