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Anova culinary Sous Vide £100 (Bluetooth) or £110 (WiFi)
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Found 2nd Dec 2017Found 2nd Dec 2017
Anova sous vide discounted a further £10 from Black Friday and Cyber Monday prices to £100 (Bluetooth) and £110 WiFi using code HOLIDAYLUV Enjoy.
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Be good for an older persons bath .. it would keep the water at a specified temperature so they wouldnt get boiled and you can sit back with a prosecco and chocolate HoBnoB

wraith_4235 m ago

They had a similar one to this in Aldi or Lidl for £40. Might still be …They had a similar one to this in Aldi or Lidl for £40. Might still be some in store.


Yeah got them in Silsden store for £39 and will probably drop even more.

Always wanted a Sous Vide and Bluetooth makes it better. Whats a Sous Vide????

They had a similar one to this in Aldi or Lidl for £40. Might still be some in store.
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Anova sous vide cooker - wifi/bluetooth model £119 -  Anovaculinary
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Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Was looking at one of these years back but held off on the first generation. Looks like the later revisions are much better and fully connectable to bluetooth and wifi with proper … Read more

Pretty much what you said, yeah.
Still, she wouldn't do it.
She's also a Geordie, she would have no qualms in giving me grief if she thought I'd wasted my money. In fact, she rolled her eyes when I bought it. After she'd tried a steak done sous vide, she was converted, but not to the point she'll use it herself.
As I said, "Is it a gimmick? Possibly, but it certainly worked for me."

bangytupper22nd Nov

I have this. I asked the wife to lob some chicken into it ('it' being the …I have this. I asked the wife to lob some chicken into it ('it' being the water bath) , whilst I was away.She got antsy about it being too technical to operate (it's not), she didn't know what she was doing, etc.Once she'd lobbed the meat (vacuum sealed) into the bath, and turned it on, I used the app to set the temp and time over wifi. I was about 150 miles from home when I did this.The meat was cooked perfectly for me arriving home a couple of hours later.Is the wifi/ BT connection a gimmick? Possibly, but it certainly worked for me.


Just let me get this right. Your wife prepared and vacuum sealed some meat, put a pot on, filled with water, attached the sous vide wand both in the bath and the bracket to hold to the bath, plugged it in turned it on to let you connect via app to roll a dial to temp and press play. I think she was letting you feel better for having spent more for the wifi app version fella.

jjmaia14 h, 9 m ago

If you can find stock, aldi ones are at 35£



Is that national as they were ~£50 in a store I went to on Thursday. Might have to go back and get it scanned if it is a national price.
Edited by: "thetarget" 23rd Nov 2017

I have this. I asked the wife to lob some chicken into it ('it' being the water bath) , whilst I was away.
She got antsy about it being too technical to operate (it's not), she didn't know what she was doing, etc.
Once she'd lobbed the meat (vacuum sealed) into the bath, and turned it on, I used the app to set the temp and time over wifi. I was about 150 miles from home when I did this.
The meat was cooked perfectly for me arriving home a couple of hours later.
Is the wifi/ BT connection a gimmick? Possibly, but it certainly worked for me.

daskapital28 m ago

but then you won't have bluetooth... to ... er... check the temperatures …but then you won't have bluetooth... to ... er... check the temperatures and stuff while on the couch. lol.


If they have anything similar to this at Aldi then I'll be all over it! I haven't seen any at the two I go to though.
Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker £40 off for Black Friday now £99
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Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Also available the WiFi model @ £119 Pro-level cooking, simplified. Edge-to-edge perfection.Sous vide (pronounced “sue-veed”) is a cooking technique that makes it super … Read more
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Anova is now offering an extra £10 off both Precision Cookers already on sale, just use promo code ANOVALUV

Precision Cooker Bluetooth: was - £139, sale price - £109, price with promo code - £109
Precision Cooker WIFI: was - £189, sale price - £119, price with promo code - £99

Code is BRAND NEW and will be active for a LIMITED TIME.

The Aldi I looked in had the Aldi Sous Vide Wand reduced to £39.99. About 7 left. Quite a few of the boxes had been opened. A couple still had the seal sticker in place. A bit strange the stores are varying the price reduction. Maybe it depends on the manager as to the offered discount?

Lidl stores seem to just do their orange sticker with a standard 30% discount on stuff. The non food discounted items in the Aldi I visited were all different percentage discounts.

Is the Aldi sous vide wand reliable and worth getting?
Edited by: "thetarget" 24th Nov 2017

I would love one of these but can’t afford it at the moment.

I’ve been wanting one for a while but have never had the money to ‘splash’ on it.

Has anyone bought one and have any advice/opinion/whatever?

Bertz991 h, 16 m ago

Conflating isn't exactly the correct term. More reliability and …Conflating isn't exactly the correct term. More reliability and durability of a product (which you did raise) has a direct correlation on the ongoing service costs catered for by the warranty.Does brings me back to the warranty in relation to those, that I did raise, as to why the more expensive product ,you did state would be expected to have greater reliability or durability, would have the inverse of your predicate demonstrated in each products warranty terms? Question to myself though is would I really expect a sensible answer from someone that thinks it is reasonable and not lunacy to compare a 6k car to that of a 250k car as a good analogy between comparing a £50 and £100 sous vide wands - time for me to bob on and leave you too it P.S. others above interested in this item or the cheaper Aldi also consider a vacuum sealer. Some use the water displacement but I personally always find it far easier with a vacuum sealer.


Ah they'll love you on /r/iamverysmart

janaggg1 h, 8 m ago

I never mentioned warranty. Are you conflating warranty with …I never mentioned warranty. Are you conflating warranty with reliability/durability?


Conflating isn't exactly the correct term. More reliability and durability of a product (which you did raise) has a direct correlation on the ongoing service costs catered for by the warranty.

Does brings me back to the warranty in relation to those, that I did raise, as to why the more expensive product ,you did state would be expected to have greater reliability or durability, would have the inverse of your predicate demonstrated in each products warranty terms?

Question to myself though is would I really expect a sensible answer from someone that thinks it is reasonable and not lunacy to compare a 6k car to that of a 250k car as a good analogy between comparing a £50 and £100 sous vide wands - time for me to bob on and leave you too it

P.S. others above interested in this item or the cheaper Aldi also consider a vacuum sealer. Some use the water displacement but I personally always find it far easier with a vacuum sealer.
1st Gen Anova precision cooker. Amazing price at £74 for the Wifi model was £189 @ Anova Culinary
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Yes, they are releasing a 2nd generation one shortly, but I have this model and it's fantastic. Pro-level cooking, simplified. Edge-to-edge perfection.Sous vide (pronounced… Read more
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ro53ben13 m ago

Probably still waiting for it to arrive :O)


It's sous-vide, of course it's slow!

Probably still waiting for it to arrive :O)

Thread bump: how are you all getting on with this, now you've had it for a while?

So how is everyone getting on with it? Been offered another make for £40 and seriously tempted!

ordered on the 14th, despatched on the 15th - it just arrived downstairs in the office, so took 5 days from ordering and 4 days from sending

cant wait to have a play tonight
Anova Precision Cooker £129 Bluetooth model £149 Bluetooth+wifi model, additional £15 off with voucher if you sign up for emails @ Anova Culinary
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Pro-level cooking, simplified. Edge-to-edge perfection.Sous vide (pronounced “sue-veed”) is a cooking technique that makes it super simple to achieve professional-quality resu… Read more

sam_of_london22nd Aug

I have to disagree. Totally unnecessary equipment , can even cause cancer …I have to disagree. Totally unnecessary equipment , can even cause cancer due to plastic carcinogens leached into food. No one is going to tell if there bisphenol or other carcinogens in your plasmic bag. Much safer with steel pressure cooker, food cooks much faster and more delicious than this slow cooking in plastic wrap.

Risks aside. A pressure cooker is nothing to compare by. Pressure cookers are great for some things and I use both. Good luck cooking a perfect edge to edge steak with no colour banding or loss of moisture.... chicken breast 60°c and perfectly juicy..... Pork fillet.... salmon.... etc..etc. I get the plastic thing but you cannot in anyway compare sous vide and a pressure cooker. Don't be such a delicate butterfly, you can find evidence that most things are going to kill us. I've yet to see a death attributed to sous vide and most decent restaurants use this method for a reason. Live a little, take a risk and stop being a HUKD bore/scaremongerer.

Boringgit9 h, 7 m ago

Wow - yet another troll...You haven't and won't try a method favoured by …Wow - yet another troll...You haven't and won't try a method favoured by some of the world's top chefs, yet you feel you are qualified to say that food cooked in a pressure cooker will taste better. They are fundamentally different cooking methods which you would use for completely different cuts of meat.Where is that block button?

Just because I don't agree with you , I am a troll . How convenient. But Cancer is real and be careful of plastic and chemicals in your food . You can never be too careful . If you go to Asia or Africa they do not get Cancer like the modern world due to their primitive cooking methods.

sam_of_london10 h, 28 m ago

I have to disagree. Totally unnecessary equipment , can even cause cancer …I have to disagree. Totally unnecessary equipment , can even cause cancer due to plastic carcinogens leached into food. No one is going to tell if there bisphenol or other carcinogens in your plasmic bag. Much safer with steel pressure cooker, food cooks much faster and more delicious than this slow cooking in plastic wrap.

Wow - yet another troll...

You haven't and won't try a method favoured by some of the world's top chefs, yet you feel you are qualified to say that food cooked in a pressure cooker will taste better.
They are fundamentally different cooking methods which you would use for completely different cuts of meat.

Where is that block button?

Boringgit4 h, 16 m ago

You have to use the right bags - not hard to find, buy a bit of a …You have to use the right bags - not hard to find, buy a bit of a ballache.It's completely different to pressure cooking - arguably less versatile and only really well suited to protein. A great way to cook steak (even cheap steaks turn out great). Brisket can take 48 hors, but worth it - chicken and eggs also worth it.It wouldn't be on anybody's list of essential items in your first kitchen, but I don't regret buying mine for a fair bit more than this price..

I have to disagree. Totally unnecessary equipment , can even cause cancer due to plastic carcinogens leached into food. No one is going to tell if there bisphenol or other carcinogens in your plasmic bag. Much safer with steel pressure cooker, food cooks much faster and more delicious than this slow cooking in plastic wrap.

sam_of_london11 h, 31 m ago

Plastic bags disintegrate when heated and release carcinogens . Much safer …Plastic bags disintegrate when heated and release carcinogens . Much safer and faster to use Pressure Cooker . Also no nutrients lost in pressure cooking compared to this plastic bag cooking technique.

You have to use the right bags - not hard to find, buy a bit of a ballache.

It's completely different to pressure cooking - arguably less versatile and only really well suited to protein. A great way to cook steak (even cheap steaks turn out great). Brisket can take 48 hors, but worth it - chicken and eggs also worth it.

It wouldn't be on anybody's list of essential items in your first kitchen, but I don't regret buying mine for a fair bit more than this price..
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Anova Precision Cooker - 2nd gen bluetooth - down from £149 to £99 @ Anovaculinary
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This seems to be the best price I have seen for this sous vide cooker. This is the bluetooth version. The Wifi is also available at £149. Bluetooth (UK Plug): Serves 7-8; Connects… Read more
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WIFI version cheaper on Amazon by the way.

Does it vibrate?

Inquisitor

Question (for those who own this) how different is it from one of those … Question (for those who own this) how different is it from one of those tropical fish thermostats..? I don't see why this would need to cost £100+ for a precision heater..


Those poor fish that you want to use an 800 watt precision immersion cooker on. Differences include the precision of this device is at 0.01 of a degree, range of temp the components operate under, embedded circulation and also when you add comms to the fish tank those prices also jump a lot.

Question (for those who own this) how different is it from one of those tropical fish thermostats..? I don't see why this would need to cost £100+ for a precision heater..

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callum84

Will it fit in a pot noodle?


Only the king size ones :-)
Anova Precision Cooker £119 for the the Stake lovers
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Sous vide (pronounced “sue-veed”) is a cooking technique that makes it super simple to achieve professional-quality results at home. The technique utilizes precise temperature cont… Read more
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Dunno how anyone can mess up a steak frying or grilling over charcoal. Pork may benefit but this seems like an excessive amount of tooling around especially if you still have to sear the steak afterwards

Tyranicus66

I am not a hater but I take exception to your "if you have had a great … I am not a hater but I take exception to your "if you have had a great restaurant steak chances are it was cooked sous vide". It's a patently misleading and incorrect statement.


Hmmmmm - whilst you have a point I think you are also a little misleading and incorrect on a few points:
Tyranicus66

Utter rubbish. Any restaurant worth their salts wouldn't go anywhere near … Utter rubbish. Any restaurant worth their salts wouldn't go anywhere near sous vide for steak



The Neptune, The Fat Duck, Comme Chez Soi, The Gore hotel or Restaurant Frantzén just to name a few that their Michelin chef's advertising dishes with examples of steak prepared sous vide (of course they also have other steak dishes cooked by other techniques).

Tyranicus66

the HACCP surrounding it is an absolute nightmare. Enviromental health … the HACCP surrounding it is an absolute nightmare. Enviromental health officers hate them and generally they are only used to prep terrines / pates etc....


As above and below they are not only used to prep terrines and pates.
Also on some produce they are a blessing to HACCP e.g. eggs can have pathogens eliminated before their previously raw use in many dishes. Veg requires a temp higher than any gram positive strain can survive whilst sealed. The incorrect storing, monitoring and management is HACCP biggest issue which whilst this technique has some specific considerations (more applicable to restaurants than home use) it is not a unique issue to sous vide.

Tyranicus66

Good steak restaurants use proper charcoal grills like a "Josper" in … Good steak restaurants use proper charcoal grills like a "Josper" in combination with extremely complicated and expensive combi ovens (Rationale etc..).


Alexander's Steakhouse (Michelin starred) advertises sous vide for the strip steak, lobster, pork belly etc. again not exclusively as other dishes are cooked just as you suggest.

Not voting hot or cold as love mine but got it a bit cheaper before xmas.
However, I have never had better tasting steak, fish as delicate and their flavours intact in my home cooking prior to this device. Carrots are hard to describe other than they are carrots but more so. Egg's are amazing but I still have lots of experiments to go yet albeit read yesterday if wanting to chill drinks (or other things) nothing faster than circulating ice water that this can do.

Edited by: "Bertz99" 21st Mar 2017

I have one, it's great for steak, just saying......

wonkothesane

"Sous vide" is just hipster for boil-in-the-bag.



​You can use the bag after to put over your new tattoo!

davelfc

You can get a similar result with a slow cooker and a Digital LED … You can get a similar result with a slow cooker and a Digital LED Dual-use Temperature Controller Thermostat (about £7), if your slow cooker is the type that has a turn knob then you plug the slow cooker into the thermostat and set the temperature, place the sensor in the water and away you go. Add a sealed bag with whatever meat you are cooking and follow the temperature and time guidelines. My mate gets great results every time and he couldn't boil a kettle before that. I ignore the haters, I know I'm eating the most delicious steaks I could have imagined, at home.



I am not a hater but I take exception to your "if you have had a great restaurant steak chances are it was cooked sous vide". It's a patently misleading and incorrect statement.
£70 off Anova Sous Vide £99.95 @ Anova culinary
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This has been £169.95 for ages, excellent reviews and never seen it this cheap! Just ordered one myself and thought a great deal to post my first ever deal.

now they are charging 170 quid for it - absurd! (this is for the standard bluetooth version)

Ordered mine on 30/11 and it still hasn't been sent! No response to emails and their customer service number just goes to voicemail (left a message and still no response!)

Ordered mine last week and recieved today and already using it!

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Mine's been shipped!

Just beware that they're selling way beyond capacity right now and there's a month lead time for shipping.
Anova Precision Cooker Sous Vide cooking @ Anova £50.00 off both models.
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Please add + VAT on both orders. End of Summer sale at Anova Sous Vide Wi-Fi Version is only £10.00 more, which is what I ordered. Bluetooth is £89.00 Comes with app for cook… Read more

Had a look on Amazon for the Ziploc bags, great reviews, looks like I'll have to stock up on them.

Charging the VAT now unfortunately - looked like they weren't going to, but the receipt left no doubt...

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Been watching youtube all day at work, could not believe you can leave a steak in it all day at a certain temp, and it will always stay rare or medium depending on temp. The girlfriend thinks im nuts, but hey, wifi and food.. YUM!!
Going to use a steel soup type pot for now, want to get a cheap cooler in the future, it seems to handle larger portions, and retains heat a lot better. But it only seems it uses about 9p of electric every hour, so another bargain, better than slow cooking, garlic butter serloin here I come.
And remember you dont need a vacuum sealer as you can use ziploc bags (But they have to be ZIPLOC brand) as the others use PTFE which is no good for heat.

dereklogan7

You've talked me into it. It's a great price compared to everywhere else. … You've talked me into it. It's a great price compared to everywhere else. I've ordered the wifi one.I've got a freezer full of Muscle Food steaks and some brisket's, so I'll soon be an expert at Sous Vide cooking. Thanks canada.



​Fantastic bit of kit. Absolutely love mine! Perfect steak/chicken etc every time. Best buy this year!

You've talked me into it. It's a great price compared to everywhere else. I've ordered the wifi one.
I've got a freezer full of Muscle Food steaks and some brisket's, so I'll soon be an expert at Sous Vide cooking. Thanks canada.
Anova Precision Cooker for sous vide now £40 off £109.95 @ Anova culinary
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Anova Precision Cooker is now £40 off. Bluetooth version is £109.95 and the Bluetooth+Wi-Fi is £129.95. This is a fantastic sous vide cooker that's significantly cheaper than othe… Read more
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Code is still working. Good deal! Great for homebrew use.

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donslibi

What a faff, just use the hob!



Why bother with that even? Just eat everything raw.

What a faff, just use the hob!

It's a sous vide device or also know as a water bath but instead of a large water bath which can be difficult to store this just fits into pans you have at home. Google it, they do work if your that way inclined or you can continue pricking the plastic packaging before lobbing into a microwave.
Anova Precision Cooker for sous vide cooking £109.95
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£40 off UK sale at Anova Culinary. Bluetooth Price: £109.95 (usually £149.95) Bluetooth + WI-FI Price: £129.95 (usually £169.95) Prices include shipping and VAT. The Anova is a … Read more

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Last day today (31/05/2016) if you were thinking about getting one.

Another item good for sous vide potential is the more advanced 7 in 1 instantpot (& soon to be here wi-fi version).

..& a sterilised (milton) hotel ice bucket with an anova can cook up some great grub if you are in one place for a long stint, ..& if you dare

arch68

looking forward to this reaching 52 degrees for two hours. (_;)




Touche! ..very "on subject" humour X)

I have two as I was a Kickstarter donor. Work great for me. Better than the tanks as much easier to store away. And you can choose your pot/tank to suit your food size. Think I paid £240 for two so prices now are almost as good as early backers :-)

thanks for posting, just ordered. Been after one for a while!