DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

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Re: DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

Postby benspinks » 19 Nov 2013, 20:06

I know this is an old thread but in case anyone is interested in getting a dx2 delivered from the states, I got one through last week. Total cost this end was £60.

Very impressed with it so far. Used it at the weekend for some pork loin and whole chickens on the wsm so wanted higher temps than normal. It kept a steady 350 C which was not bad considering the thermapen showed about 6 C air temp. Going to try it out at a more conventional 225 C this weekend, just need to decide what to cook!

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Re: DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

Postby aris » 19 Nov 2013, 20:24

benspinks wrote:I know this is an old thread but in case anyone is interested in getting a dx2 delivered from the states, I got one through last week. Total cost this end was £60.

Very impressed with it so far. Used it at the weekend for some pork loin and whole chickens on the wsm so wanted higher temps than normal. It kept a steady 350 C which was not bad considering the thermapen showed about 6 C air temp. Going to try it out at a more conventional 225 C this weekend, just need to decide what to cook!

Ben


The website says $185 - how did you get it for £60? Perhaps you meant £160 - with delivery, duties, and vat on all of that.
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Re: DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

Postby benspinks » 19 Nov 2013, 22:27

aris wrote:
benspinks wrote:I know this is an old thread but in case anyone is interested in getting a dx2 delivered from the states, I got one through last week. Total cost this end was £60.

Very impressed with it so far. Used it at the weekend for some pork loin and whole chickens on the wsm so wanted higher temps than normal. It kept a steady 350 C which was not bad considering the thermapen showed about 6 C air temp. Going to try it out at a more conventional 225 C this weekend, just need to decide what to cook!

Ben


The website says $185 - how did you get it for £60? Perhaps you meant £160 - with delivery, duties, and vat on all of that.


£60 was the additional cost paid in tax, custom charges, etc. This was on top of the cost of the dx2 itself.

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Re: DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

Postby aris » 19 Nov 2013, 23:48

What was your landed cost then? Around £200?
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Re: DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

Postby benspinks » 20 Nov 2013, 07:34

With probe upgrades to 10 feet, a kill plug and not too favourable exchange rate the dx2 cost about £220 plus the £60 this end so nearer £280 in all.

I also went out and brought a uk power supply so there is that cost to add on too.

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Re: DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

Postby Dennis52 » 28 Mar 2014, 22:45

I messaged BBQ guru to ask if they will be at Grillstock this year, they said no :(
Want to get a digiQ. Lucky for me my sister lives in the U.S. :D
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Re: DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

Postby Dennis52 » 13 May 2014, 18:06

Hope fully should get my DigiQ any day now, finger crossed.
$300 to buy and get to my sisters in New York then $45 to get shipped to UK.
Not sure on dutys yet.
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Re: DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

Postby Dennis52 » 20 May 2014, 19:35

I picked it up today. Had to pay £8 handling fee and £14 V.A.T. Sister sent it as a gift.
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Re: DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

Postby Dennis52 » 01 Jun 2014, 08:34

The digiQ is amazing. Held temp all night and I'm using a lot less coals. This is on a WSM 57 with water in the water pan.
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Re: DigiQ dx2 and the cyberQ wifi

Postby Scantily » 15 Jun 2014, 07:44

I really really want the cyberq wifi, if you google there is an official duty & vat calculator. Duty doesn't apply as it comes to less than £9 which is waivable, it's the vat that's the killer, adds an extra £54, and then you have any handling fees on top.

Not a cheap toy, but I'm a geek inside and really love the idea of being able to monitor my cooks away from home on my phone etc. When I do get around to ordering one I'll be praying to every god under the sun that it manages to sneak through customs undetected.
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