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    A new one for the BBQ not for me but......

    http://coolmaterial.com/style/this-w...eid=15ce011d66The GrillTimer Watch was born when the Little Griddle company’s president realized he’d never taken his diving watch deeper than 10 feet underwater, but frequently used it to time things he was cooking on the grill. It’s a situation we can relate to and turned out to be a great lightbulb moment for the company. The patent-pending GrillTimer Grill Bezel on the watch includes a silver-to-red gradient that indicates degree of doneness for eight of the most popular items cooked on a grill. From chicken breast to shrimp, and beef kabobs to porterhouses, the GrillTimer Watch will help you get the perfect meat temperature every time in a stylish, good-looking package—without constantly having to put meat fingers on your phone.grilltimer1.jpggrilltimer2.jpg
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    Looks like a smokin' good deal...
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    LOL - @ $25 to ship a $50 quartz junker, methinks this is best left on the novelty retweet list...
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    A new one for the BBQ not for me but......

    Of course, the case, dial and hands are straight from Fauxlex.

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    I need a new BBQ grill

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