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Bluetooth Wireless BBQ Thermometer with Smartphone App Control

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UPC 068888771443
Warranty 1 Year
Addt'l. Playback Connectivity N/A
Audio Channels N/A
Bluetooth N/A
Brand NutriChef
Condition New
Count of Subwoofer One
Diameter Subwoofer N/A
Phantom Power N/A
Rack Mountable N/A
Watt Power (MAX) N/A
watt_power_max_text N/A
  • Hassle-Free Thermometer
  • Smart Temperature Monitoring
  • Simply Insert into Your Food
  • Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity
  • View the Temperature on Your Smart Device
  • Long Cable Length for Safe Placement
  • Water & Heat Resistant Construction
  • Compact & Convenient Design
  • Perfect for Steak Chicken Turkey & More!

    The ‘EasyBBQ’ App:
  • View Your Temperature History Timeline
  • Displays Realtime Current Temperature
  • Set the Target Temperature
  • Alarm & Alert Notifications
  • Free to Download
  • Available for iPhone & Android

    Technical Specs:
  • Temperature Measurement Range: 32 - 572 °F
  • Battery Operated: Requires (1) CR-2032 Battery Included
  • *Avoid Placing Directly Over Flames
  • Dimensions: 5.9’’ x 1.5’’
  • Product Attachments

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    Product Questions

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    How do I add multiple probes to the app?

    First, let me apologize for any issue you may be experiencing. You can only use 1 app in one device. Thank you!
    PyleUSA Support answered on November 14,2018
    Can it be used for baking food in regular oven?
    Yes - to view temperature only -
    PyleUSA Support answered on May 21,2018
    Can the app be installed on a laptop?
    No - app is Available only for iPhone & Android Smart devices only - -
    PyleUSA Support answered on February 05,2018
    How do you remove the battery cover after it is unlocked?
    After you turn it counterclockwise with a coing or similar object, the lid should pop out. If not try prying the edge with a tool, maybe a very small screwdriver.
    PyleUSA Support answered on August 09,2017