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Amazon.com has Anova Sous Vide Bluetooth Precision Cooker on sale for $129. Shipping is free. Thanks fis and ericlo03


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Lowest price ever as far as I can tell on the top-rated compact sous vide cooker. Matches May's Mothers Day deal.

Amazon $129 [amazon.com]
Best Buy $129 [bestbuy.com]
Target $129 [target.com] (Thanks ericlo03)

This is essentially a closeout price on the Bluetooth-only version that sold most recently for $179 and has been replaced by a new $199 model that has WiFi as well. That is basically the only difference performance-wise (C|Net Review [cnet.com]). I own this product and to be honest, I never use my phone to control it anyway. The control dial on the unit itself is incredibly easy and intuitive, so the wireless component is to me just a gimmick.

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Eh, about a hundred watts.
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I noticed that, too. The new WiFi model on Amazon says 900 watts, but the Anova website says 800 watts [anovaculinary.com].

I would trust the specs listed on the manufacturer website more than the specs listed on Amazon. The C|Net review linked above also notes that the models are functionally identical other than the WiFi. Either way, all I can say for sure is that I use the 800W bluetooth model regularly, and it heats the water plenty fast, and holds the temperature perfectly.
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is there a big difference in 800 vs 900 watts?
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is there a big difference in 800 vs 900 watts?
I noticed that, too. The new WiFi model on Amazon says 900 watts, but the Anova website says 800 watts [anovaculinary.com].

I would trust the specs listed on the manufacturer website more than the specs listed on Amazon. The C|Net review linked above also notes that the models are functionally identical other than the WiFi. Either way, all I can say for sure is that I use the 800W bluetooth model regularly, and it heats the water plenty fast, and holds the temperature perfectly.
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The 900W version came out at the end of September. The 800W bluetooth+WiFi version sold out quickly but the 800W bluetooth-only version is still available and is likely being cleared out. The Anova website still lists the specs for the 800W model and I haven't heard of any other differences between that and the 900W model.

Supposedly the WiFi feature isn't very useful so this BT only model is worth considering for the cost savings. The app with recipe suggestions has more features when connected via WiFi. Hopefully this will be changing soon if Anova is going to only carry a single WiFi+BT 900W model.
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Anova Culinary PCB-120US-K1 Bluetooth Precision Cooker, 800 Watts, Black [amazon.com]

The Anova Precision Cooker is the perfect device for the home chef. It's easy-to-use, lightweight, and connects to your smartphone, allowing you to cook the perfect meal with the touch of a button.
Adjustable Clamp - Anova can be adjusted to precision cook (sous vide) in any pot or tank you have.
Stainless Steel Skirt - Anova has a removable, stainless steel skirt that can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
Remote Control - Connect Anova to your phone to cook remotely.
Cooking Notifications - Receive push notifications on your smartphone when the device is preheating, brought up to temperature and when time is finished
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Target is at the same price.

http://www.target.com/s?searchTerm=anova
And 5% off with REDcard

Does anyone know if there's a promo code?
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Eh, about a hundred watts.
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I have the bluetooth version and love it. Can't recommend sous vide enough.
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is there a big difference in 800 vs 900 watts?
No, not really. 900w will get you to the target temp a bit faster, but it's not going to make a big difference. When I'm in a hurry, I cheat by boiling a small amount of water and dumping it in.
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The 900W version came out at the end of September. The 800W bluetooth+WiFi version sold out quickly but the 800W bluetooth-only version is still available and is likely being cleared out. The Anova website still lists the specs for the 800W model and I haven't heard of any other differences between that and the 900W model.

Supposedly the WiFi feature isn't very useful so this BT only model is worth considering for the cost savings. The app with recipe suggestions has more features when connected via WiFi. Hopefully this will be changing soon if Anova is going to only carry a single WiFi+BT 900W model.
I have the bluetooth only version and honestly, it's not all that useful. It's pretty easy to set the temp using the button/wheel on the device itself, there's really not much point to the phone app/bluetooth. I'm not really sure what the point of wifi is either.
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i rarely ever use the app. the scroll wheel on the sous vide itself is very easy to use and much quicker.
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How many one serving steaks can one unit cook at once?
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How many one serving steaks can one unit cook at once?
Depends on the size of your water bath. You could probably do 2-3 lbs of steak without much trouble.
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How many one serving steaks can one unit cook at once?
I regularly do four. I think it's mostly a factor of the size of container you use for the water. We are using a large stock pot, and we do four steaks, four pork chops, etc.
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