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Inkbird IBT-6XS Bluetooth Wireless Grill Thermometer for Smokers,6 Probes Digital Oven BBQ Thermometer, Rechargeable Battery, Timer, Alarm for Kitchen, Food, 150ft Meat Thermometer for Grilling, Black

  • ASIN: B07R6H558K
  • WEIGHT: 1.01 Pounds
  • Quantity Left: 999

PKR Rs. 17,618.00 /-


Size: 6 Probes |  Color: Black Description: The IBT-6XS 150ft BBQ grill thermometer is upgraded upon IBT-6X, which has 1000mAh rechargeable Li-Battery, magnet design on the back of the device and rotatable LED screen, it’s more stable and convenient than ever. BTW, high and low Alarm and count- down Timer function will free you from cooks so that you can have more time to company family and entertain your friends. What’s more, IBT-6XS wireless grill thermometer for smokers has 6 sockets, which can support 6 probes at the same time, it’s a wonderful choice for your diversified cooking plan, and a nice gift for festival as well. Specifications: Temperature Range: 32° F ~ 572 ° F (Short-time measurement); 32° F~ 482 ° F (continuous monitoring), support both Celsius and Farenheit Range: 50 meters / 150ft Probe Number: Up to 6 probes Dimension Body: 2.5x3.4x1.0 inch Probe Cable length: About 47inch/ 115cm Stainless Probe length: About 6inch Temperature accuracy: ±1.8°F (±1°C) Alarm when temperature reaches, power off or lose link and so on. Presetting values are saved when power off. Package include: 1 x Thermometer IBT-6XS 5 x Meat Probes + 1 Oven Probe 2 x Probe Clips 1 x USB Charge Cable 1 x English Manual

Specifications

Item Weight
1.01 pounds
Manufacturer
Inkbird Tech
ASIN
B07R6H558K
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
No

Size: 6 Probes |  Color: Black Description: The IBT-6XS 150ft BBQ grill thermometer is upgraded upon IBT-6X, which has 1000mAh rechargeable Li-Battery, magnet design on the back of the device and rotatable LED screen, it’s more stable and convenient than ever. BTW, high and low Alarm and count- down Timer function will free you from cooks so that you can have more time to company family and entertain your friends. What’s more, IBT-6XS wireless grill thermometer for smokers has 6 sockets, which can support 6 probes at the same time, it’s a wonderful choice for your diversified cooking plan, and a nice gift for festival as well. Specifications: Temperature Range: 32° F ~ 572 ° F (Short-time measurement); 32° F~ 482 ° F (continuous monitoring), support both Celsius and Farenheit Range: 50 meters / 150ft Probe Number: Up to 6 probes Dimension Body: 2.5x3.4x1.0 inch Probe Cable length: About 47inch/ 115cm Stainless Probe length: About 6inch Temperature accuracy: ±1.8°F (±1°C) Alarm when temperature reaches, power off or lose link and so on. Presetting values are saved when power off. Package include: 1 x Thermometer IBT-6XS 5 x Meat Probes + 1 Oven Probe 2 x Probe Clips 1 x USB Charge Cable 1 x English Manual

S in C
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2019

Review:InkBird review Introduction- I really love this InkBird 150ft Bluetooth Grill Thermometer IBT-6XS. I’m excited to give you some honest feedback on it, but first off, let me start out by giving you just a little bit of background on myself. I’ve been grilling and making BBQ for the past 10- 12 years, and I take it pretty seriously. I usually cook out at least 3-4 times a week. I routinely cook for my extended family and larger groups of people (20-50 people or so). I’ve been doing this for quite a while and I’ve become very picky about the products that I use. I cook almost exclusively with charcoal and live fire. If you’ve been cooking for very long, you probably already know the importance of accurately monitoring the temps of both your cooking chamber and the temps of the meat you’re preparing. Virtually every stock thermometer that comes with a grill or smoker is inaccurate. Even if it’s accurate initially, they will fail over time. It’s virtually guaranteed. Monitoring cooker temps is important, but monitoring temps of the meat you’re cooking is even more important. It really comes down to safety and making sure that the food you’re preparing has been cooked to a safe temperature. The absolute last thing you want is to get someone sick from eating food that was not cooked to a safe temperature. Maybe you already know all of that, which is why you’re shopping for a thermometer in the first place. So let’s get down to the nitty gritty of this InkBird IBT-6XS and discus what sets it apart from the competition. Overview- this InkBird IBT-6XS is a digital thermometer with 6 wire probes. It connects to your phone via Bluetooth. It operates on the InkBird app and virtually all interaction with the thermometer takes place through the app. The receiver (the red hexagon in the pic) attaches to a magnetic mounting base (the black hexagon around the red hex in the pic). All information from the receiver is sent to your phone via a Bluetooth connection. The receiver toggles through the temps of whatever probes are plugged into it, but most interaction takes place through the app on your phone. Receiver- the receiver has a single on/off button. The receiver (and really the entire unit) has a nice design. I like the aesthetics of it. It’s sleek, and looks nice without being overly techy. There are 2 ports on 3 different sides of the receiver to plug in your temp probes. Separating the probe ports is a simple feature, but it makes it much easier to keep your wires separated when initially setting up your probes for a cook. It has a good sized display that toggles through current probe temp readings, but otherwise, all info is relayed through the app. Magnetic base- the base is sturdy and encompasses the receiver. It seems like it would offer it a bit of protection against accidental drops and bumps. The back is magnetized, which is a handy feature and aides in placing the receiver in a convenient location. The base fits very tightly around the receiver, but possibly a little too tight. It’s pretty tough to remove the receiver from the base, which wouldn’t be a big deal, except you have to remove the receiver from the base to charge it. I think this will likely loosen up over time, but it’s pretty tight right now and difficult to get a good grip on it and pull them apart. Battery- This unit runs on a rechargeable battery. They state it will run for up to 60 hours before needing recharging. When I tested it, I got over 50 hours run time before recharging, and the battery wasn’t completely dead. That’s pretty impressive. Not having to keep spare sets of batteries on hand for an overnight cook is really handy. One possible issue that I did come across is that the unit will not operate while charging. So, if your battery dies in the middle of a cook, you’re going to need to recharge (which is done through a USB port) before you can operate the unit. With 60 hours of run time, I don’t see that being a likely scenario, but it is worth noting. Bluetooth- The receiver connects to your phone via Bluetooth. Every other digital thermometer that I’ve owned (and I’ve owned quite a few over the rears) connects to a handheld display, instead of your smartphone. The reported connectivity range of the InkBird is 150 ft. My connection was probably close to that while I was outside with my smokers, but was reduced once I went inside. Reception will drop quite a bit when the Bluetooth signal has to travel through the exterior of your home. Still, I was easily able to monitor temps with a fairly strong signal throughout most of my house. There is a 4 bar signal indicator, so you can tell when you’re close to getting out of range. I lost reception in a bedroom of my basement that’s on the far end of the house from where I had the unit set up on my back patio. Otherwise, I held signal throughout my nearly 4,000sf house. Reception was very good from my master bedroom, where I’d be monitoring temps on an overnight cook. Probes- The probes are fairly lengthy at about 6 inches. They appear to be well built and of sturdy construction. I especially like that they are reinforced with a metal clasp where the braided cable attaches to the probe, which is traditionally a weak point on temp probes. The junction between the cable and the probe is typically where probes get damaged, either by moisture, or from the cable pulling out from the probe. The clasp should help reduce the likelihood of either of those problems. I did both an ice-bath and boiling water test and the probes were accurate. The tip is thin and sharp, which makes for easy placement in meat. The kit also included 3 clips for attaching a probe to a cooking grate to monitor cooking temps. One complaint is that the probes are large, which does take up some cooking space on the grate when monitoring cooking temps. Other manufactures make smaller probes for monitoring cooking temps that attach to the grate. This reduces the footprint of your probe on the grate and allows you to fit more food on your cooking grate. It may take a bit more creativity to place these probes. (See pic) These probes definitely do their primary job, in accurately reading temps. They’re also sturdy. Poor durability of probes has always been one of the biggest complaints with all digital thermometers. From all indications, these InkBird probes appear to be very well built. If I had to choose, I’d definitely choose the larger InkBird probe that may be more bulky, but is reinforced in the area most susceptible to damage. App/User interface- I saved the best for last. This is where the InkBird IBT-6XS really shines. Most other digital thermometers (especially in this price range) use a separate wireless display to monitor temps remotely. These displays are severely limited in their capabilities and the interface is really terrible. I have a few remotes that I’ve had for years and it still takes me several tries and failed attempts any time I try to change target temps. There’s usually one or 2 buttons that you have to hold to activate the process, then repeatedly press the same button over and over until you get to the setting you’re trying to adjust. If you accidentally press the button 17 times instead of 16, you’ve overshot and you need to go through the whole process again. Virtually all interaction with the InkBird takes through the app. To connect, simply turn on your phone’s Bluetooth and then open the InkBird app. It automatically connects to the thermometer and displays a readout of current probe temps. The InkBird uses the capabilities of your phone instead of using its own separate handheld device. The InkBird app in conjunction with your phone creates a much more extensive, and intuitive experience, as well as allowing for a much greater range of personalization. Setting notifications for probes is very easy. There are several preset temps for various proteins (chicken, pork, etc.) There are preset high/low temp ranges for monitoring different cooking styles such as warm smoking, BBQ, etc. It’s very easy to create your own custom settings for preferred food temps as well as high/low ranges for cooking temps. All custom settings are saved, so the next time you open the app, you are able to choose one of the preset temps or your custom temps. Just assign a setting to each probe and your phone will notify you when the food has reached your desired temp, or when your cooking temp is outside your specified temp range. There are a couple of areas in the app that could be better, if I’m being picky. There is a function that will display your probe temps over the duration of you cook in line graph format. The preset markers for temp aren’t very applicable to BBQ or grilling. The markers for temps on the X axis of the graph are 0*, 93*, 186* and 280*. I assume those numbers are the result of a conversion from Celsius, but they’re not very standard or commonly used numbers for cooking. The app will display whatever preset target temp you entered for that probe into the graph, but it would be nice if the user had the ability to adjust the range of the temp displayed, or could zoom in on the graph for a clearer picture of how temps have changed over time. The app does not save graphs from previous cooks, which doesn’t bother me. If you’re someone who logs every last detail of each cook, you could just take a screenshot of the graph before turning off the unit. Summary- The InkBird IBT-6XS is a very well designed unit. It has a great design, accurately reads temps, allows the user to monitor 6 temps at once, provides impressive flexibility and has an intuitive interface. The InkBird app, used in conjunction with the capabilities of your smartphone, puts this device lightyears ahead of any other product that I’ve used. I don’t think I can overstate how much better the InkBird interface is than any other remote thermometer in this category. There are a few minor issues (such as temp probes taking up grate space, and extended range of Bluetooth) that are discussed in detail above. Overall, the InkBird IBT-6XS is an excellent product whose capabilities will likely far exceed the needs of even the pickiest of users like me. Read more

Christopher J. Gilmore
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2019

Review:I was a little skeptical of the 5 star reviews across the board for this unit but I decided to take a chance on it and I'll say that I've been pretty impressed! I was trying to decide between purchasing an InkBird 6XS and a Thermo Pro TP08s. I was looking at these two models because I wanted a thermometer that would let me monitor and set an alarm for a low and a high temp so I could have more control over my smoker temps. What pushed me over the edge into the InkBird camp over the Thermo Pro was the price, the magnetic base and the rechargeable battery (via USB-C). I had to return the first unit because it would turn on and connect to the app but the screen was dead. When the replacement showed up, I tested all of the probes in boiling water and they all registered as accurate. The readings between the head unit and the app are almost instant. I was originally skeptical of bluetooth thermometers because I kept reading that the range on them can be a problem. But I decided to take a chance on this. My grill is on my back patio and I've been able to walk all around my house without losing connection to the thermometer. I even sat on my couch and watched some TV while maintaining a connection. Due to the size of my house, I was probably nowhere near the 150ft distance but I was able to stay connected through multiple interior walls of separation. I gave it 4 stars because the magnet on the base isn't very strong. I have a CharGriller Duo and the magnet will slide off or lose its grip if I don't position it exactly right. It'll slide down the face of the grill. I don't think it'd fall off but it slips enough for me to at least be a little concerned that it could take a tumble someday and hit the patio floor. The other reason I gave it 4 stars, is that while I like the app, the last update it received was in November of 2018. It's the nature of using an app as the primary way of interaction that it could become abandoned or out of date but after almost a year of not being updated, I'm left in the dark as to whether it's going to be updated again. I don't think the app will ever stop working per se but it could affect the longevity of the product if it is truly abandoned or not being developed anymore. All that being said, for Less than $50, I got a bluetooth thermometer with excellent range, accurate probes (6 of them no less), rechargeable battery via USB-C, a decent app interface that lets me set my low/high temp values and a way to monitor the temps in my smoker and in the meat from the comfort of my couch. I'd say that's a pretty good deal. TL;DR What I like: - Rechargeable battery - Battery lasts a long time. I've done 4 or 5 multi hour cooks (5+ hours) and the battery is still around 40% charged. - The app has a lot of functionality with the ability for custom settings and most importantly, low temp/high temp monitoring - Bluetooth range, for me, has been very good. - Magnetic base What I don't like: - Magnet isn't as strong as it could be - App hasn't been updated for almost a year - No ability to set custom alarm tone in the app. The main alarm is super annoying and no way to change volume/tone. You can turn it off or set it to vibrate but it'd be nice to have more control over it in general (which is why the app not being updated gets stars knocked off) Read more

Dan Steiner
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2020

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. I barbecue a lot, sometimes doing several hundred dollars worth of meat at a time. I have used many high end, and mid range thermometers, all of them with their downsides. I decided to give this one a fair shot. It has a great design, an intuitive app, and stays connected well to my phone. It also comes with a nice amount of probes. The problem is, this thermometer is not in any way dependable. After maybe half a dozen uses, it's unusable. It is not accurate, and even when working, reading off by 5 degrees or more. Yesterday I started 3 large briskets in the smoker. The thermometer completely failed. I had probes not showing up, then some reading over 100 degrees off compared to my other thermometers. I reached out to the seller to request a replacement. They requested a video, which to me screams "If you want a replacement, you'd better prove it via a video!" Not a fan, and I cannot recommend this thermometer to anyone. It could cost you more in ruined cooks than the thermometer itself! Read more

Martin Trepanier
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on November 6, 2019

Review:I have compared this thermometer with my current iGrill 2 from Weber. So far I can say that connectivity is better, longer/larger range then my iGrill 2. Reading of the temperature on the main unit is a LOT clearer then the iGrill 2. Compared reading, and tested with boiling water, seem like my iGrill 2 is not set correctly anymore, but this one was on point. Add the extra 6 food probes and ambiant probe, couple of probe holder for the crate, I would recommend this unit over the iGrill 2. The application is a little bit less "shiny" then the one from weber, but functionality is there! Read more

Doug B.
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on September 20, 2019

Review:App seems pretty good, connected easily, and has a good range. First time I used the unit, I cooked a trout on a cedar plank (Yum!) but a flare up caused damage to two of the probes. Second time I used the unit, I had to use two different probes and smoked a Brisket at about 330 Deg F for 5 hours and it worked fantastic. So be very careful with the probes. I was contacted by Customer Service and they were fantastic. They walked me through some probe testing procedures and we found a break in the probes. Customer service sent me two new probes within a week. Read more

Al
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on July 25, 2020

Review:Easy to setup, reasonable accuracy. Comes with 6 probes- 1 grill and 5 meat probes, and 3 holders for the grill. Only used 2 for this brisket. Temp readings were within a degree or two from my instant read thermometer. Bluetooth was good, used an old phone to monitor. 14 hours into this brisket and the battery is still 65% after a full charge before using. However, as other users have mentioned, the app could use some polishing (- 1 star). If you change the range for the temps you're monitoring or accidently exit the app, the graphs reset. Update the app and this is a solid 5 star purchase. Read more

Mark Pascal
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on September 2, 2020

Review:Something doesn't jive when the hardware on amazon has 4.6 star rating but the software (app) on the play store is 2.7 stars.. Should have checked app ratings before I bought. Sure the temps are accurate but so is every other brand out there.. the app is terrible, borderline useless which is a pretty big deal. Also the magnet on the unit is so weak with more than 1 probe installed its to heavy and just slides down my grill.. Read more

Cory boudreau
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on February 16, 2020

Review:I am new to smoking, I got my Bradley smoker for Christmas. And I’ve use this product three times to cook anything from venison to beef to park. The temperatures are very accurate and make smoking extremely simple. Just set your temperature insert your probes put it in your smoker and forget it until your phone let you know your meat is done Read more