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Monoprice Strata Home Sous Vide 1100W IPX7 Precision Cooker EXPIRED

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Strata Home by Monoprice Smart Sous Vide Precision Cooker, 1100 Watts, IPX7, Powered by STITCH Wireless($55 + Free Shipping)

Regular price is $100

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=36739 OOS

Also, back in stock Strata Home by Monoprice Sous Vide Immersion Cooker 1100W - for $65. (appears the white 1100W model has app support but the black does not)
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=35380 OOS
Regular price is $90.

Those in need of a Sous Vide Container with lid may get "StarLight Sous Vide Container 12 Quart 3 gallon Poly carbonate Pan with Custom Lid" for $16.86 (regular price is $20)
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=34704
(Shipping free over $39)
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Note, the Silver/Black one on the specs does not list wifi nor in the title mentions the STICH app. So it might not include these features.
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Rofl...yeah and metal bends easier than paper...What have you been smoking???
Why does cleanliness of water matter when your food is vacuum sealed in a plastic bag? It doesn't touch the water...
It can cause a buildup of those minerals on the heating element inside the wand. Over time, it could result in a lowered efficiency. Anova says the buildup is normal, and recommends a vinegar/water bath to descale it:

https://support.anovaculinary.com...ap%20water.

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Well, poop, I bought the 800 watt one yesterday. Suppose I should ask is the 300 watts extra worth it? I assumed if one started with hot water (In my house is set to 130 or so) I shouldn't have any issues with the little guy but...?
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Well, poop, I bought the 800 watt one yesterday. Suppose I should ask is the 300 watts extra worth it? I assumed if one started with hot water (In my house is set to 130 or so) I shouldn't have any issues with the little guy but...?
Yes, cancel the other one and buy this. It's worth it for few more bucks.
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Yes, cancel the other one and buy this. It's worth it for few more bucks.
I think they must've put this on sale due to the overwhelming response on the other two 800W and 1100 (which are both sold out) models . The price on this model appears to be the best of all 3, considering this is still $8 less than the sold out 1100 W model and only l$13 more than the sale price of the 800W one; which makes this a sweeter price IMO, although I wish this one came in black too. For 300W more on paper, I expect this to heat up the water faster. Ordered one, will see
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Yes, cancel the other one and buy this. It's worth it for few more bucks.
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Well, poop, I bought the 800 watt one yesterday. Suppose I should ask is the 300 watts extra worth it? I assumed if one started with hot water (In my house is set to 130 or so) I shouldn't have any issues with the little guy but...?
I think they must've put this on sale due to the overwhelming response on the other two 800W and 1100 (which are both sold out) models . The price on this model appears to be the best of all 3, considering this is still $8 less than the sold out 1100 W model and only $13 more than the sale price of the 800W one; which makes this a sweeter price IMO, although I wish this one came in black too. For 300W more on paper, I expect this to heat up the water faster. Ordered one, will see
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I think they must've put this on sale due to the overwhelming response on the other two 800W and 1100 (which are both sold out) models . The price on this model appears to be the best of all 3, considering this is still $8 less than the sold out 1100 W model and only $13 more than the sale price of the 800W one; which makes this a sweeter price IMO, although I wish this one came in black too. For 300W more on paper, I expect this to heat up the water faster. Ordered one, will see
I wonder what the difference between two 1100w units is other than the finish.
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I wonder what the difference between two 1100w units is other than the finish.
Guys, the other 1100W model appears to be also back in stock for $65, just updated the post.
Both look the same externally except for color, hmm

Edit: Appears the white one can be app controlled(STITCH?), but the black one does not mention so in the product description
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Guys, the other 1100W model appears to be also back in stock for $65, just updated the post.
Both look the same externally except for color, hmm
Yeah, couldn't care less about the finish so I'll go with white and return Anova I got yesterday.
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Is this better than a crock pot? Sorry I've never seen one of these
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If I return a monoprice branded product do I have to pay shipping? Their website isn't clear. I'm guessing I do.
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Well, poop, I bought the 800 watt one yesterday. Suppose I should ask is the 300 watts extra worth it? I assumed if one started with hot water (In my house is set to 130 or so) I shouldn't have any issues with the little guy but...?
Ideally you shouldn't start off with hot water from what I've heard. Apparently cold water is cleaner
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If I return a monoprice branded product do I have to pay shipping? Their website isn't clear. I'm guessing I do.
You don't have to pay return shipping if item received is defective, otherwise yes. Both of these have 30 day period for return and 1 year replacement warranty in case of failure(Attaching chat log with monoprice to the post)
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