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Blue Ember 650 iQue Grill
by Nathan Suberi
on 18 June 2009
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Blue Ember's 79,000 BTU 650 iQue grill is pushing the frontier of digital outdoor appliances. Every facet of its design lends itself to precision and versatility, allowing users to grill, rotisserie, smoke, sear, roast and even bake with ease.

The most notable difference from a traditional gas grill is the digital touch screen in front (pictured right). The screen facilitates access to the computer that regulates the multitude of features. Capabilities include two distinct cooking zones that can be individually controlled, automatic digital temperature detection and adjustment, the SonarQue fuel monitoring system that updates fuel levels every 30 seconds and dual meat probes that connect to the computer to ensure accurate cooking and automatically adjust the temperature. This computer allows even rookie grillers to cook with the best, perfectly monitoring your meal to fit your exact specifications.

The physical components of the iQue are just as impressive as the digital ones—Porcelain coated cast-iron grates to maximize heat transfer and reduce sticking, a smoker box for wood chip flavoring, 15,000 BTU stainless steel tube burners, a 12,000 BTU infrared rotisserie burner, three piece lid designed to circulate inner air flow while retaining heat insulation, and perhaps most importantly, a bottle opener.

The iQue is a must have for any grilling enthusiast, available through Lowe's, Sears, and Home Depot stores.

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