ETI BlueTherm Duo

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Re: ETI BlueTherm Duo

Postby London Irish » 07 Sep 2012, 20:49

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keith157 wrote:I'll take that as an okay then :D


It's got to be....surely??? :lol: :lol:



Oh the pressure on here is too much....I give in...on one condition, I do expect my birthday present to be non bbq related ;) :D :lol:


That's a big fat green light Keith!!!! Best get thinking about a decent pressie for The Foodtaster though! ;)
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Re: ETI BlueTherm Duo

Postby keith157 » 08 Sep 2012, 08:26

The Foodtaster wrote:
London Irish wrote:
keith157 wrote:I'll take that as an okay then :D


It's got to be....surely??? :lol: :lol:



Oh the pressure on here is too much....I give in...on one condition, I do expect my birthday present to be non bbq related ;) :D :lol:


No problem, I'll reserve 2 seats for you and your mate at Chutney's in Euston. Most certainly NOT BBQ related :D
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Re: ETI BlueTherm Duo

Postby The Foodtaster » 09 Sep 2012, 11:10

It would be wrong to go to a vegetarian establishment :o I would be :oops: to go to any BBQ events? No I couldn't possibly accept that offer ;) :lol:
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Re: ETI BlueTherm Duo

Postby Tiny » 09 Sep 2012, 15:16

Wow!
Sounds like my dream thermometer, I bought a talking one from RNIB but didnt realise it had a very narrow temp range and fried its brain when trying to see just how hot I could get my grill.......

A thermo that sends to my laptop and or iPhone where the clever tech can talk to me....dream come true!

Christmas sorted, cant wait for launch

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Re: ETI BlueTherm Duo

Postby keith157 » 10 Sep 2012, 05:10

And it's British too!!!
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Re: ETI BlueTherm Duo

Postby gazz_46 » 28 Sep 2012, 11:31

Any news on release date for the bluetherm yet Alan, Peter?

Need to be able to remotely monitor my meat temps and holding off buying last piece of the puzzle till ive seen this......... :?
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Re: ETI BlueTherm Duo

Postby keith157 » 28 Sep 2012, 12:50

Can't find any trace of it on their website yet :(

So maybe it will feature on our Christmas list instead
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Re: ETI BlueTherm Duo

Postby bencops » 04 Jan 2013, 18:53

Its there for sale now http://thermometer.co.uk/1002-bluetooth ... m-duo.html

Only android app though it looks like. Can't see any info about the SDK.
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Re: ETI BlueTherm Duo

Postby philnewts » 04 Jan 2013, 20:45

It's not cheap mind. £140 before probes. I guess this is what quality costs.
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Re: ETI BlueTherm Duo

Postby aris » 04 Jan 2013, 21:26

Interesting as there is bluetherm iOS app in the app store. Android is easier as they don't restrict which Bluetooth profiles you can use. iOS does not allow the SPP serial port profile (at least not for mortals) or unless you are jail broken. The iGrill, which is very similar to the bluetherm, gets around this with a fudge and uses the headset profile (HSP)

If you want to give it a go yourself and are reasonably technically competent, you can build your own for about 50 squid all in with probes, but minus a pretty android app (just text scrolling on the screen for now) and the option to activate a blower.
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