Big Green Egg BBQ Guru

Big Green Egg BIGGREENEGGBBQGURU

Features

  • Powder-coated, machined aluminum control box
  • Digital high intensity "Blaze Red" scrolling LED display
  • 32°F/0°C to 475°F/246°C range with +/- 2° accuracy
  • Displays Fahrenheit or Celsius

Quick Specs

  • Type: BBQ Accessories
  • Energy Star Rated: No

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The DigiQ DX2 temperature control system is designed to hold the desired temperature in your Big Green Egg for hours on end - and is so advanced it will even gradually lower the cooking temperature so foods won't overcook. No need to worry about your low-and-slow cook ... just attach the BBQ Guru, set your temperature and relax!

The BBQ Guru is simple to operate and features a bright LED display that alternates between pit and food temperature on the easy to read screen.

  • One Universal Mount
  • One 6"/1.8m Pit Probe
  • One 6"/1.8m" Food Probe
  • One 110 AC to 12V DC Power Pack
  • One Micro Fiber Accessory Bag
  • 90 day warranty

Features

  • Powder-coated, machined aluminum control box
  • Digital high intensity "Blaze Red" scrolling LED display
  • 32°F/0°C to 475°F/246°C range with +/- 2° accuracy
  • Displays Fahrenheit or Celsius
  • Rugged, high-temperature (500°F/260°C) pit and food (meat) probes
  • All new full-time adaptive control system
  • "Open-Lid Detect" feature senses when the EGG dome is open
  • Exclusive Low & Slow ramp down mode
  • Audible alarm with an adjustable volume beeper
  • Real time blower status indication
  • Operates on 100-240VAC (for worldwide use) or 12VDC for portable use

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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