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Already own this one from the last time it was front page. We use it at least 2 or 3 times a week. Had it running a couple times for 24 hours and once for 38 hours straight. Still works perfectly.
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How would this compare to the Anova Nano? Just bought one around the same price and I'm wondering if I should swap out for the higher wattage on this one?
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I can't 100% speak to the Anova, but it has to be more intuitive than this (also got it when it was fp). I'm pretty techy and I almost have to bust out the manual every time I use this thing. I'm assuming the app ability of the Anova makes it much more user friendly. The Gormia is also quite large.
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This has no Bluetooth or Wifi , right?
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I can't 100% speak to the Anova, but it has to be more intuitive than this (also got it when it was fp). I'm pretty techy and I almost have to bust out the manual every time I use this thing. I'm assuming the app ability of the Anova makes it much more user friendly. The Gormia is also quite large.
Have had an Anova for about a year and it's been amazing, extremely easy to use.
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I can't 100% speak to the Anova, but it has to be more intuitive than this (also got it when it was fp). I'm pretty techy and I almost have to bust out the manual every time I use this thing. I'm assuming the app ability of the Anova makes it much more user friendly. The Gormia is also quite large.
I have the Anova BT and to be honest I hardly ever use the app for anything other than looking up the temps. It's stupidly simple to set the temp and turn it on right from the device. Also the BT model from Anova seems to have issues staying "synced" with the app. The one thing I can say about the Anova app is you have more precise control over the temps. Using the dial on the device you can only set whole number temps, but in the app you can set decimals.
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How's does the Monoprice sous video compare to this (and the Anova)? It's been ~$44 multiple times recently.
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How's does the Monoprice sous video compare to this (and the Anova)? It's been ~$44 multiple times recently.
I bought the Monoprice sous vide recently and have been very happy with it. Solidly built and very easy to use. Can't go wrong at that price.
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Got similar one. Since then i eat more steaks, i dont know my cholesterol level yet Smilie.
Here what i did for medium rare:I did 132F within 1 hour, remove from ziplock and dry it with paper towel, add some pepper and salt, heat cast iron high, put steak seared and sealed fat and juiicy for 1 min each side, finally add some garlic cloves and 1/3 butter stick for 2 min each side. I just have a steak better than any steakhouse in my area.
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I never owned A sous vide, but I been eyeing one for a while. Since sous vide water bath has been on for number of hours and it is submerged... I feel like I can only buy from a company who has been making the product for a while liel Anova. Features like WIFI network should be useful in this gadget of I can control it from outside of the house..

- any long term review for budget options?

- what do you use for plastic bags??? Food saver??? Just zip lock bag? And concerns with BPA???

- Does any cooking enthusiast own multi of these and can comment on the differences??? I'm mostly concerned about power usage and safety ( I don't want to burn my house down)
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I never owned A sous vide, but I been eyeing one for a while. Since sous vide water bath has been on for number of hours and it is submerged... I feel like I can only buy from a company who has been making the product for a while liel Anova. Features like WIFI network should be useful in this gadget of I can control it from outside of the house..

- any long term review for budget options?

- what do you use for plastic bags??? Food saver??? Just zip lock bag? And concerns with BPA???

- Does any cooking enthusiast own multi of these and can comment on the differences??? I'm mostly concerned about power usage and safety ( I don't want to burn my house down)
The early Anova's had issues with steam getting inside and shorting the device. Not sure if that has been resolved.

I like the Joule the best, but it is also the most expensive.

Energy is energy. They will all use the same amount of power to generate the same amount of heat. Your cost savings will be in insulation. Use a cooler or other insulated vessel and maybe cut out a spot on the lid for the sous vide, or use those ping pong balls some people have.

I don't think there is enough evidence to show if any brands are safer than others. Use a GFI outlet and give it some clearance would be the best advice.

Wifi doesn't seem too useful to me. You don't want things sitting out all day at room temperature, before or after cooking. Only time it is useful is if it is something that can be cooked too long. You can leave it in an ice bath to maintain a safe temperature, then use the cooker to mept the ice and bring it up to temp. That's usually a bit too much of a hassle though. If anyone else knows a good use case for internet access, feel free to jump in.
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The only time i've had a problem with Anova is something over 200 degrees and a long cook.

Other than that no problems over 2 years.
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The early Anova's had issues with steam getting inside and shorting the device. Not sure if that has been resolved.

I like the Joule the best, but it is also the most expensive.

Energy is energy. They will all use the same amount of power to generate the same amount of heat. Your cost savings will be in insulation. Use a cooler or other insulated vessel and maybe cut out a spot on the lid for the sous vide, or use those ping pong balls some people have.

I don't think there is enough evidence to show if any brands are safer than others. Use a GFI outlet and give it some clearance would be the best advice.

Wifi doesn't seem too useful to me. You don't want things sitting out all day at room temperature, before or after cooking. Only time it is useful is if it is something that can be cooked too long. You can leave it in an ice bath to maintain a safe temperature, then use the cooker to mept the ice and bring it up to temp. That's usually a bit too much of a hassle though. If anyone else knows a good use case for internet access, feel free to jump in.
The wifi is useful to resume cooking after an electric outage.
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