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ChefSteps Joule Sous Vide Tool: Stainless $169, White EXPIRED

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CheftSteps.com has ChefSteps Joule Sous Vide Tool on sale listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks Reaper21x

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  • Stainless Steel $169
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Joule is the smallest sous vide tool on the market. You can set how well you want your food to be cooked. Control from anywhere using the app or w/ voice control. Learn more about the ChefSteps Joule Sous Vide Tool here. - Discombobulated

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Today and tomorrow only, in honor of Joule's new look, we're offering both Joules at our lowest price yet. Now through May 31, get Joule White for $149 and Joule Stainless for $169.
https://www.chefsteps.com/joule

More details on the white version:
Joule White features the same compact size, powerful heater, and magnetic base as our flagship Joule, but with a simple white finish. Pick your Joule to match your style—the original stainless steel for $199, or fresh, new white for $179. Why is it less expensive? Because without stainless steel finishes, it's less expensive for us to make—and we get to pass the savings on to you! Huzzah!
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That's a really sad limitation. I love just turning on the Anova and dialing in the correct temperature. An unfortunate oversight. No one really needs to use a stupid app to set the temperature.
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You can search for referral codes on twitter (searching for sharejoule should work) which will bring the price down another $20 (so white for $129, SS for $149). Only works if you're just buying Joule though, not with any addons like the clip.
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Nothing about this seems to make it worth $50 more than an Annova.
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Anybody have any personal experience with this vs Anova?
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The world's smallest, smartest, and sexiest sous vide tool, perfect for sous vide novices and veterans alike. iOS or Android required.

Visual Doneness
Choose exactly how well-done you want your food—Joule takes care of the rest.
Magnetic Base
No need for fussy clips. Joule's magnet holds steady to most pots.
Hundreds of Guides
Confidently cook any cut of meat (or custard! or veggie!) you come across.
Control from Anywhere
Fast, precise manual control that auto-detects Celsius or Fahrenheit.
Voice Control
When your hands are dirty, controlling Joule is as easy as speaking up. Learn more.
Chat with Joule
Ask questions, find recipes, and get cooking. All with Facebook Messenger.
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Well, that's all I need to know.
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Anybody have any personal experience with this vs Anova?
I have both. I use the Joule pretty much exclusively now. Joule is smaller AND more powerful (heats up faster), but requires a phone/tablet to use. There are no manual controls or display. That's the only drawback for me.
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Nothing about this seems to make it worth $50 more than an Annova.
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actually this should be compared to the Anova wifi version which has a similar price. Thanks op, I pulled the trigger on this since my Anova has gotten a lot of use and is starting to fail.
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I have both. I use the Joule pretty much exclusively now. Joule is smaller AND more powerful (heats up faster), but requires a phone/tablet to use. There are no manual controls or display. That's the only drawback for me.
That's a really sad limitation. I love just turning on the Anova and dialing in the correct temperature. An unfortunate oversight. No one really needs to use a stupid app to set the temperature.
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That's a really sad limitation. I love just turning on the Anova and dialing in the correct temperature. An unfortunate oversight. No one really needs to use a stupid app to set the temperature.
I'd give up manual controls over being able to turn it on and control it with alexa any day. I have 2 immersion circulators (this and an anova wifi) and 1 bath unit. I let a friend borrow the anova and they broke it, and I didn't even care because I only use joule now
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I bought the Anova Wifi for $150 and I'm really enjoying it. Having fully cooked protein ready when I get home simplifies the process so much. I'm definitely cooking more these days because of it. That being said, I've heard equally good things about the Joule. I pretty much exclusively use the app, so the lack of manual controls on the Joule wouldn't bother me.
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got my ANOVA for 100. barely use wifi... just set temp and hit start, no fussing with phone
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Finally jumped. I got the stainless, but it looks like the only difference is cosmetic? Wondering if I should just get the white instead.
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this far better than anova, magnet base, much more intuitive.

smaller

app is much better and easier to use

white is fine, stainless is purely cosmetic
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