Mav ET 735

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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by urbangriller » Fri Apr 03, 2015 1:34 pm

Bentley wrote:Gotta do some reading and see if you can make it show all 4 probe temps at once. For those of you that have used it...can you make it show all 4 temps at once?


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I don't think so Bentley....it can scroll through all 4.......it'd be nice if it ignored the unused slots...maybe next update!

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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by Hamish » Fri Apr 03, 2015 4:09 pm

If you press the little house icon in the top right of the app, it lists all 4 probes
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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by urbangriller » Fri Apr 03, 2015 6:45 pm

Hamish wrote:If you press the little house icon in the top right of the app, it lists all 4 probes
good stuff Hamish!

That works nicely!

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Post by Bentley » Sun Apr 05, 2015 12:05 am

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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by Hamish » Sun Apr 05, 2015 12:56 am

The top one mate
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Post by Bentley » Sun Apr 05, 2015 3:17 am

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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by Hogsy » Mon Apr 06, 2015 5:11 am

A friend of mine in the states reckons the timer function crashes the app. Can anyone confirm this?
Also the probes are a lot thicker, can all 4 fit through the grommet on the pro q ?
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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by Steaksy » Mon Apr 06, 2015 7:46 am

Can anyone tell me how thick are the probes and will they fit thru the red grommets on the Pro Q Elite20?

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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by urbangriller » Mon Apr 06, 2015 5:34 pm

Steaksy wrote:Can anyone tell me how thick are the probes and will they fit thru the red grommets on the Pro Q Elite20?

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Yes 7.5mm for the straight probes, the curved replacement probes are thinner ................You need an 8mm hole.

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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by Steaksy » Tue Apr 07, 2015 9:08 am

Thanks Chris, looks like the grommets on the Pro Q Elite 20 are around that 7mm-8mm mark roughly I've just ordered one from Urban Grillers now so I'll see when it gets here worst case scenario I'll run it thru the top air vent and down that way. Does Urban Grillers stock the curved probes as well out curiosity?

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Mav ET 735

Post by Nath » Tue Apr 07, 2015 9:16 am

Steaksy wrote:Thanks Chris, looks like the grommets on the Pro Q Elite 20 are around that 7mm-8mm mark roughly I've just ordered one from Urban Grillers now so I'll see when it gets here worst case scenario I'll run it thru the top air vent and down that way. Does Urban Grillers stock the curved probes as well out curiosity?

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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by urbangriller » Tue Apr 07, 2015 9:37 am

Nath wrote:
Steaksy wrote:Thanks Chris, looks like the grommets on the Pro Q Elite 20 are around that 7mm-8mm mark roughly I've just ordered one from Urban Grillers now so I'll see when it gets here worst case scenario I'll run it thru the top air vent and down that way. Does Urban Grillers stock the curved probes as well out curiosity?

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Yes, we do stock the curved 6ft waterproof as a spare or replacement probe, $30 ea.

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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by Steaksy » Thu Apr 09, 2015 12:57 pm

Cheers Chris my Mav ET 735 was delivered this morning that's some seriously good service mate ordered Tuesday delivered to Brisbane on Thursday, looking forward to putting it thru its paces over the weekend!

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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by Card Shark » Mon Apr 13, 2015 9:13 pm

Had a first go with one of these over the weekend. Software was easy to install. Had issues though with Bluetooth connectivity. Tried two different android phones. All is well if the phone is kept in the one place post connecting. Moving, it looses signal quickly and displays the last temp and doesn't update.... Appeared to be significantly shorter range than previous wifi models. CS

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Re: Mav ET 735

Post by Steaksy » Tue Apr 14, 2015 10:33 am

Gave mine its first run on Saturday with a 10hr low n slow Pork Shoulder found it easy enough to set up and customize desired temps thru the IPhone App but as soon as I stepped away from the Smoker where the Controller Unit was I lost the Blue Tooth signal, I think it says up to 140ft for the signal range I wouldn't of been half that away from the Unit and in direct line of sight and still couldn't get connectivity. In saying that this was the only downside for me I love it I reckon its a great piece of kit and a welcomed addition to any bbq arsenal I was able to get a nice bark on my shoulder as I wasn't having to lift the lid to probe it all the time just set it and walk away. Looking forward to seeing how it performs with 4 probes connected to it or it might be I'm more excited about getting 4 different types of meats in the smoker at once just to try it haha

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