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Anova WiFi Sous Vide Precision Cooker, Black [amazon.com]

Style Name: Bluetooth+WiFi
Get out of the kitchen and cook from anywhere with Bluetooth + WI-FI connectivity
Use the Anova Culinary app with step-by-step recipe directions from professional chefs
Receive notifications about your cook on your iPhone or iPod touch
Perfectly cooked food every time with no overcooking
Works with any pot, no additional equipment needed, quick cleanup
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#3
It looks like quite a few places have dropped the price today. I'm seeing at least Target, Crate and Barrel, and Best Buy. I get taxed by all these places, but maybe some people don't.
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Well, I saw this price since sunday, however since some people got it at $143 in the last deal, I don't know it is a good deal...
By the way, I ordered sunday on Target and the delivery is delayed...

oh, and I found a 5 dollars coupon that worked at target.com
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Last edited by aereimer June 7, 2016 at 08:42 AM
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Waiting for the Fathers Day deal.
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I love this thing(previous verison) The wifi and bluetooth less versions have gone for $100 or less. Bluetooth is rather useless and wifi could in a very rare instance be useful but you cant remote turn on or turn off this device without worrying about food poisoning at least for meat products.

In theory you could pack the pot/container with ice and after a few tries figure out how long it takes to melt vs how warm the meat in the pot got and remote start for say dinner prepared before you left for work. If you had a large enough piece of meat you could freeze it and put it in the water but within an hour it would be no longer in the safe range. I love gadgets but can not see a use for wifi/bluetooth on a device that is meant to be left on for hours and the product must be removed when the device turns off.
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My Anova One just died (stopped heating) after using it less than 30 times. Lasted 18 months. Always took great care of it. They are not reparable. Loved it during that time. Going to go with a crockpot DIY version instead of buying another one. Hopefully, Amex will honor their extended warranty.
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I got this for $149 when I pre-ordered it last year before its release. Got it in November to give to my wife. We really love it. It's been a few bucks cheaper than this a few times, but if you're thinking of getting this for a Father's Day present, I'd say go for it. I'd still be very satisfied with my purchase if I'd spent $20 more on it than I did.
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Holding out for "Prime Day" to grab one of these! Cant freaken wait.
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My Anova One just died (stopped heating) after using it less than 30 times. Lasted 18 months. Always took great care of it. They are not reparable. Loved it during that time. Going to go with a crockpot DIY version instead of buying another one. Hopefully, Amex will honor their extended warranty.
I made a DIY one way before Anova/Sansaire/Nomiku came out with a sous vide cooker. At the time, the only retail option was a polyscience unit that costs $800.

The DIY is not worth the trouble. Also, using a crock pot isn't ideal. The large thermal mass of the slow cooker's bowl results in "lag" between when heat is applied to the system and when the change in temperature is registered through the probe. If you're using a PID, it will take a long time for the PID to learn how to account for it. If you're not using a PID, you're going to experience inaccurate temperature ranges (as high as +/- 10 degrees).

DIY parts will fail (moisture and electronics do not play nice together). Eventually, you will need to troubleshoot it to figure out which parts to replace.
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Their app kinda sucks for actually operating the device, but it makes it easy to run recipes from the internet that they've put in their database.
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Too bad I can never get a deal on the 220v one. Brother would love this but is currently in Dubai.
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I've got it!

Although I don't plan on purchasing this model I've figured out how to use the WiFi function for remote start safely from a bacterial stand point.

1. Mini fridge
2. Drill a hole in side of fridge Place a computer fan or other with a dryer vent like flap over it so it's closed when fan is off. Control fan via separate Wemo wall socket.
2. Wemo or other WiFi home automation power socket remote control to turn fridge off when you want sous vide on.
3. WiFi sous vide

Use the WiFi socket control on the mini fridge. Put your meat, water, container and sous vide all ready to go in fridge. Turn off the fridge remotely then remotely engage the fan(condensation control) then WiFi on your sous vide!!

With this method you could reverse the process and cool the meat remotely as well.

There that was bugging me.
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Quote from leaef View Post :
I've got it!

Although I don't plan on purchasing this model I've figured out how to use the WiFi function for remote start safely from a bacterial stand point.

1. Mini fridge
2. Drill a hole in side of fridge Place a computer fan or other with a dryer vent like flap over it so it's closed when fan is off. Control fan via separate Wemo wall socket.
2. Wemo or other WiFi home automation power socket remote control to turn fridge off when you want sous vide on.
3. WiFi sous vide

Use the WiFi socket control on the mini fridge. Put your meat, water, container and sous vide all ready to go in fridge. Turn off the fridge remotely then remotely engage the fan(condensation control) then WiFi on your sous vide!!

With this method you could reverse the process and cool the meat remotely as well.

There that was bugging me.
Don't most people just fill up the water bath with ice and then start the sous vide a few hours before?
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#15
been looking into getting one, how is everyone experience with this thing? does it really beat a well made grilled steak?
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