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Anova sous vide Precision Cooker £144 @ Anova Culinary
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Anova sous vide Precision Cooker £144 @ Anova Culinary
Posted 3rd Aug

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I know its been cheaper, time machines and all that.

25% off precision
50% off pro
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I can't find the difference between precision and pro, is there a guide anywhere?
If you don't care about WiFi and all that extra stuff save yourself a ton of money and get this from amazon for £70.

Cooks as well as the anova for a fraction of the cost. With the money saved you can buy a nice sous vide container, a vacuum sealer, bags, and a bunch of good quality steaks.
amazon.co.uk/dp/…63B
Edited by: "umirza85" 3rd Aug
Solac03/08/2020 22:14

I can't find the difference between precision and pro, is there a guide …I can't find the difference between precision and pro, is there a guide anywhere?


Pro can be submerged, precision is water resistant but not waterproof. They claim the pro has more durable parts for heavier use.

I have the older WiFi model which isn’t waterproof, but there would be no need to submerge it as it doesn’t get dirty since it only runs in clean water. Mine doesn’t get heavy use, but every time I use it I tell myself I must use it more, and the food tells me the same.

Don’t bother with WiFi, there is no need unless you must remote control it from a long way away. Starting cooking whilst out sounds useful, but not when you realise to do it safely involves ice in the water and other faff that’s not worth the hassle. I only got WiFi as it was £89 at the time.
umirza8503/08/2020 22:30

If you don't care about WiFi and all that extra stuff save yourself a ton …If you don't care about WiFi and all that extra stuff save yourself a ton of money and get this from amazon for £70.Cooks as well as the anova for a fraction of the cost. With the money saved you can buy a nice sous vide container, a vacuum sealer, bags, and a bunch of good quality steaks. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07N8WNNLN/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_QfikFbFMXJ63B



Do you have both to compare?

If you really wanted no bells and whistles just get a rice cooker with a thermometer triggering mains. No need container and keeps heat in better. Dare I say it cooks better than the anova because of the insulated container...
Wifi is good for checking up on timing on longer cooks. I put it in the garage so it's out of the way. But yeh it's not needed for everyone. I'm new to all this but I'm proper hooked.
Anything with an advertising phrase "more better" need to do better at the language.
Edited by: "Ian2014" 3rd Aug
Ian201403/08/2020 23:11

Anything with an advertising phrase "more better" need to do better at the …Anything with an advertising phrase "more better" need to do better at the language.


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Wifi has been useful on a couple of occasions for me.
My wife doesn't know how to use the SV, and doesn't care to learn. Not that there's much to learn.
Still, over the phone I've talked her through vacuum sealing the meat, filling the water bath, and plugging the Anova in. I've then set the time and temp via WiFi, and let it run.
Is the WiFi a gimmick? I'd have to say 'Yes', but it has its uses.
I bought another sv device (EletriQ iirc), but unless I'm doing two cooks at the same time it's the Anova I reach for first.
25% and 50% off and voted cold. I thought it was a site for deals. Must be the "sous vide is just a posh way of saying boil in the bag" brigade that's voting it cold.
You cant beat that plasticky taste that leaches from the bags.
Ian201403/08/2020 23:11

Anything with an advertising phrase "more better" need to do better at the …Anything with an advertising phrase "more better" need to do better at the language.


The correct word should be betterer.
Shwartzewolf04/08/2020 10:04

You cant beat that plasticky taste that leaches from the bags.


Yours tastes like plastic? I think you may be doing it wrong.
Graeme_Read04/08/2020 13:40

Yours tastes like plastic? I think you may be doing it wrong.


Probably
I had a big post written about sous vide and the misconception that it's Boil in the Bag, and also how sv takes the guesswork/ experience out of cooking steak perfectly. I lost it looking for a photo to illustrate what I meant.
Steak is commonly used as an example for SV, since it can produce perfect results repeatedly, and extremely easily.

Anyway, here's an example of SV v Normal cooking.

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