Anova Culinary Anova Culinary: Up to $80.00 Off Anova Precision Sous-Vide Cookers Up to $80 Off Anova Precision Sous-Vide Cookers!

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Try sous-vide cooking and see why so many people love it with this offer from Anova Culinary, because you can take up to $80.00 off an Anova Precision Cooker!

Both the standard cooker and the model with Wi-Fi are on sale and make great gifts for budding chefs or anyone looking to dabble with sous-vide. We've listed both models below.

Sous-vide is a method of cooking that has become very popular in recent years -- unlike conventional cooking, sous-vide cooking involves vacuum-sealing food into a bag and cooking it in a water bath to a precise temperature, allowing it to cook more evenly and retain more flavour. The method can be used with almost all foods, including beef, pork, chicken, seafood, vegetables and more!

Anova cookers are one of the most popular sous-vide cookers and the Bluetooth + Wi-Fi model includes Wi-Fi connectivity, which means you don't need to use Bluetooth or stay within close proximity to monitor your cooking.

This offer is available for a limited time only and all orders are eligible for free shipping.

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    • Been seriously considering trying one of these. Never done sous vide before
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    • RolandCouch wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 5:21 pm
      Been seriously considering trying one of these. Never done sous vide before
      Try and you will never regret...
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    • benfly08 wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 5:57 pm
      Try and you will never regret...
      Do you have this or a similar model? Thanks
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    • I have the Wifi model for almost two years now (purchased mine in October 2015) and it's been working amazingly. It's really just a glorified slow cooker that you can fine tune the cooking temperature. I suggest buying just the bluetooth version without the wifi since I never use the wifi. The wifi only has 2.4GHz so your phone needs to be at 2.4GHz as well during pairing. To be honest I don't use my phone to control it that often. Buy the bluetooth version for $140, plus a 120pk large Ziploc freezer bags from costco and you're good for 6 months to a year.
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    • this thing is amazing, steaks always come out perfect!
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    • Bought the blutooth one, was waiting for a deal, thanks!
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    • Thanks. Always have been sitting on the fence about getting one. And even though I've been waiting for it to go lower in price, decided to grab one anyways. Maybe it'll be cheaper by a little bit in a couple months, but I kinda want to try it out now rather than wait.
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    • This is an "old" gen model. The new gen has already been announced but isn't technically out yet. There was a pre-order period (special price $129) for it that is now closed. The regular price for the new "nano" model is $139.

      https://anovaculinary.com/nano/

      If you can wait, I would just wait to buy the new one for the same price. Or I'm sure there will be even bigger reductions on this 2nd gen model once the 3rd gen is launched and readily available.
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    • Follow-up...I bought one of these 2nd gen models for my dad this past Christmas when the BT model was on sale for $99, limit 1 per customer. Would have bought one for myself too if I could, and I kept waiting for the same sale price but it never happened...
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    • nickchau2000 wrote:
      Aug 2nd, 2017 1:00 am
      This is an "old" gen model. The new gen has already been announced but isn't technically out yet. There was a pre-order period (special price $129) for it that is now closed. The regular price for the new "nano" model is $139.

      https://anovaculinary.com/nano/

      If you can wait, I would just wait to buy the new one for the same price. Or I'm sure there will be even bigger reductions on this 2nd gen model once the 3rd gen is launched and readily available.
      They're not really interchangeable.

      The Nano has a weaker heating element compared to the current bluetooth or WiFi models (Nano has 700w vs Bluetooth 800w vs Wifi 900w). In practice, that means a longer heating time to get the water bath up to temp, and also it will struggle with a bigger bath (which is an issue if you want to heat up a big chunk of meat). The variance is also greater (0.1 degree for the Nano vs 0.01 degree for the current gen precision cookers).

      That might not matter for some people, but the Nano is not strictly better than the "current gen"; there are trade offs.
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    • I love sous-vide, I cook my meat, then i use a gas-torch to give the meat some crisp! so good
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    • Having had the anova wifi for more than a year, I'd have to say if I were going to recommend a sous vide machine to my friend I'd tell him/her to find a highly rated sous vide from Amazon.com I don't see why it would be so difficult to find a machine that can circulate, heat and keep water within 0.1 degrees of the desired temperature, any other features such as bt wifi and smartphone app is a gimmick. I've seen some go for $50usd and would probably be happy with most of them.

      this one looks usable


      or this one
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    • dfer43 wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 8:15 pm
      I have the Wifi model for almost two years now (purchased mine in October 2015) and it's been working amazingly. It's really just a glorified slow cooker that you can fine tune the cooking temperature. I suggest buying just the bluetooth version without the wifi since I never use the wifi. The wifi only has 2.4GHz so your phone needs to be at 2.4GHz as well during pairing. To be honest I don't use my phone to control it that often. Buy the bluetooth version for $140, plus a 120pk large Ziploc freezer bags from costco and you're good for 6 months to a year.

      I have had the wifi unit for over a year. I use the wifi all the time. It works seamlessly.

      Big advantage is you can remote start the unit from your phone. IE if you put a frozen piece of meat in your water bath in the AM, you can remote start it later in the day to be ready when you get home

      I suppose if I had the bluetooth only model, I would just use the bluetooth. I would be curious what others users real-life experience has been.

      Seemed like a good upgrade at the time.
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    • omegadivide wrote:
      Aug 2nd, 2017 3:08 am
      Having had the anova wifi for more than a year, I'd have to say if I were going to recommend a sous vide machine to my friend I'd tell him/her to find a highly rated sous vide from Amazon.com I don't see why it would be so difficult to find a machine that can circulate, heat and keep water within 0.1 degrees of the desired temperature, any other features such as bt wifi and smartphone app is a gimmick. I've seen some go for $50usd and would probably be happy with most of them.

      this one looks usable


      or this one



      this one looks usable

      Not saying that these other machines are no good, just that based on personal experience the build quality, customer service, and reliability of the Anova units is very high.

      I have used my pretty extensively over the last year++ and have had ZERO issues.

      Anova was recently bought by electronics biggie Electrolux for $250MM, so hopefully they dont mess it up.

      my 2 cents
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    • I've been considering this as well. However, how many steaks can it cook at once?

      Not sure how I feel about cooking one steak at a time when I have 4+ people to entertain.
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    • blisterd_nuts wrote:
      Aug 2nd, 2017 9:58 am
      I've been considering this as well. However, how many steaks can it cook at once?

      Not sure how I feel about cooking one steak at a time when I have 4+ people to entertain.
      It can cook as many steaks as you can fit in your water bath container. You can use a small pot for a single steak or a 100L cooler to feed a party or anything inbetween. That is a benefit of sous vide.
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    • RolandCouch wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 7:59 pm
      Do you have this or a similar model? Thanks
      I have a blue tooth edition. Steaks come up perfectly. I also used it to cook chicken breast, tuna and etc. They are all perfect.
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    • Love the idea, just the fact of cooking in plastic is a turn off.
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    • tido88 wrote:
      Aug 2nd, 2017 11:38 am
      Love the idea, just the fact of cooking in plastic is a turn off.
      You aren't cooking at very high temperatures so there isn't really a concern. However, if that is all that is holding you back - you can purchase reusable silicone bags to eliminate the 'plastic'.
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