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Babyboomerboy
01-09-2012, 01:01 PM
I have been wanting to try one of these Ique 100 controllers for awhile and so I broke down and bought one the end of November. I left town for the holidays and just now got home to find my Ique 110 here and ready for me to try. So, today I happen to be surffing and happened back at the Ique 110 web site, http://www.pitmasteriq.com/ and found they were out of supply and put the Ique 110 on sale until they get more. I guess I haven't learned enough patience yet. Anyway if you were thinking about getting one, I saw a few posts last year about the Ique 110, you might want to check this out.

cowgirl
01-09-2012, 02:56 PM
Thanks for the info! I'm looking forward to hearing how you like yours.. Hope you keep us posted! :)

---k---
01-09-2012, 03:05 PM
At least they didn't just announce a new and improved one for the same price. That always drives me nuts when it happens.

I like my iQue. It is a nice toy. And seems rugged. I don't worry about breaking it.

JD McGee
01-09-2012, 03:31 PM
Has anyone used these on a 22" WSM to cook @ 325-350 degrees? Just curious if the fan is big enough to get the temp up there...and then hold it for 5-6 hours...:cool:

smokeyw
01-09-2012, 05:00 PM
It's a 5 to 15 CFM variable speed fan. I haven't used it on a WSM at that temp but I have used it on a UDS. It runs pretty constantly set on 325 but it will get it there and keep it there.

Has anyone used these on a 22" WSM to cook @ 325-350 degrees? Just curious if the fan is big enough to get the temp up there...and then hold it for 5-6 hours...:cool:

big brother smoke
01-09-2012, 05:14 PM
Has anyone used these on a 22" WSM to cook @ 325-350 degrees? Just curious if the fan is big enough to get the temp up there...and then hold it for 5-6 hours...:cool:


It will work, but you cannot have too much mass. So for your comp setup you should be fine. I know your secrets :-P