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Inkbird BBQ (smoker) temperature controller (ISC-007BW) now $185

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[Amazon.ca] Inkbird BBQ (smoker) temperature controller (ISC-007BW) now $185

Found a deal on Amazon on a bbq temperature controller made by Inkbird. Looks like a really new product, so no reviews on it.
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B08DNB1H8V

It's $280 which is already significantly cheaper than the CyberQ (and even the bbq guru), but there's a $55 coupon and additional 5% off promo code 'NDC88SD5' (applies to the full price), bringing it down to $211.
Their temp probes are quite highly regarded, so I threw the dice and ordered.

Edit: coupon is now $80 off, making it $185 after 5% promo code
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Any idea if this will work for a Broil King Keg? Based off the pictures it doesn't look like it will be able to adapt to the lower BKK air vent.
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Bought. Have the thermoworks signals and the Fireboard2. Let's see how this does.. Issue with those is lots of crap to plug in, power etc. Cables hanging everywhere like a science experiment.
This looks like one and done.. But hey who knows.
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shylok wrote: Bought. Have the thermoworks signals and the Fireboard2. Let's see how this does.. Issue with those is lots of crap to plug in, power etc. Cables hanging everywhere like a science experiment.
This looks like one and done.. But hey who knows.
That why I got the Party Q. Cheap, reliable, battery operated. That plus a wifi thermometer is all you need.
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tark514 wrote: That why I got the Party Q. Cheap, reliable, battery operated. That plus a wifi thermometer is all you need.
Thing is I want the fan control. I can't remember if the partyq supports.. I remember reading on it in a review.

Irony is Bluetooth or wifi doesn't work well on either units unless you fiddle w them. Drops connections etc.
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I'm tempted. But what happens if the company/app goes under? Is it useless?
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Use code W8VHH9PO for 10% off instead of 5% :)
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btwitsmatt wrote: Use code W8VHH9PO for 10% off instead of 5% :)
Thanks! That extra 5% sealed the deal for me!
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shylok wrote: Thing is I want the fan control. I can't remember if the partyq supports.. I remember reading on it in a review.

Irony is Bluetooth or wifi doesn't work well on either units unless you fiddle w them. Drops connections etc.
Not sure what you mean with fan control. The unit kick on or off depending on temp of the BBQ. There is no controling the temperature remotely but I don't ever use that anyway. I set at 225-250 and just leave it there. Battery is really key because in winter it's a pain to plug anything.
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tark514 wrote: Not sure what you mean with fan control. The unit kick on or off depending on temp of the BBQ. There is no controling the temperature remotely but I don't ever use that anyway. I set at 225-250 and just leave it there. Battery is really key because in winter it's a pain to plug anything.
How much was it? How long does battery last? Seems awesome and compact.
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Wondering how this might work for leaning out the mood swings in my electric smoker.

Run the smoker itself a bit lower than desired temp and then let the airflow of this controller keep it more consistent and minimize the highs and lows I'm currently having.

Hmmm
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shylok wrote: How much was it? How long does battery last? Seems awesome and compact.
I think I paid 150$ or so. The battery depends on outside temperature and type of battery but I've done a good 9 hours at -15⁰c without any issues.

It's really a set and forget solution. I will admit that if I have a easy access outlet I would have maybe looked more into a full solution product like the one OP posted.
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Dang, I just spent $75 on the Inkbird 6-probe thermometer. This'll have to wait.
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Double dang. Aforementioned thermometer is now $72.24 - $6 coupon = $66.24. Regular price is $84.99, usually has a $5 or $6 coupon available.
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07R9RLR11/ref ... ljaz10cnVl
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shylok wrote: Bought. Have the thermoworks signals and the Fireboard2. Let's see how this does.. Issue with those is lots of crap to plug in, power etc. Cables hanging everywhere like a science experiment.
This looks like one and done.. But hey who knows.
Really curious to see your review eventually. I got a guy in the USA off, on one of the forums I used to go to, to build me a heatermeter at a really reasonable price (based on Raspberry PI). I used it a bunch of times and it was awesome but then I got busy with life/work and didn't BBQ much for two years and when I went back to use it, it wouldn't boot up. I think the memory stick got corrupted so going to try and re-install the software at one point but feels like a lot of tinkering will be required!
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No tax and 59.02 for me. I'll take a chance.
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mummonth wrote: No tax and 59.02 for me. I'll take a chance.
What do you mean $59.02 for you?
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YLSF wrote: What do you mean $59.02 for you?
Use the promo code in the earlier post W8VHH9PO to get the IBT-6XS for 59.02. I got one for my members mark pellet grill
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m3llow wrote: Use the promo code in the earlier post W8VHH9PO to get the IBT-6XS for 59.02. I got one for my members mark pellet grill
Right!

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