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Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker | WiFi + Bluetooth | 900W (Discontinued)
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- Anova precision cooker Wi-Fi - perfect to cook from anywhere with Wi-Fi. Serves up to 12. Fits on any pot. Adjustable clamp
- Cook like a Pro - the Enova precision cooker allows anyone to cook a restaurant-quality meal at home. Our sous vide Circulator is the perfect kitchen appliance for hands-off cooking of vegetables, meat and much more with consistent control and precision. We're so confident in our product Enova backs it with a 2-year
- Perfect results, every time - Precision cooking enables you to produce results that are impossible to achieve through any other cooking method. No dry edges and no rare centers. Juices and flavors don’t escape. Food comes out perfectly moist and tender. Continuous temperature control provides reliable and consistent results, every time. Perfect for vegetables, meat, fruit, cheese and much more
- Smart device control & cooking notifications - the precision cooker can be controlled remotely with smart devices, allowing you to escape from the kitchen while you cook. Simply download the Enova app to easily monitor, adjust or control the device from your iPhone android or other smart devices. The precision cooker also provides you cooking notifications while you're out of the kitchen so you'll know when your food is ready. The precision cooker's Wi-Fi connection allows you to control the device from anywhere
- Easy to use - simply attach the precision cooker to any pot, add water, drop in desired food in a sealed bag or glass jar. Start cooking with the touch of a button. The sous vide cooker's timer and precise temperature control allow you to step away and relax while your food cooks perfectly. No additional equipment needed
- Get creative with 1, 000+ recipes - choose from sous vide guides and recipes created for home cooks of every skill level by award-winning chefs, With simple directions to walk through each recipe with ease. All available free of charge. Great for beginner and veteran chefs!
- Simple to clean - the precision cooker's detachable stainless steel skirt and disks are dishwasher safe making this kitchen appliance easy to clean and maintain. Temperature range - 0 to 92 degree celsius
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Cooking the perfect meal is easier than ever
Attach the Anova Precision Cooker to any water-filled pot.
Set the time and temperature either manually on the device, or through the Anova Culinary app.
Put food in a ziplock bag, drop the bag into the water and clip it to the side of the pot.
Food is ready to eat out of the bag. Some people like to finish their cook by searing, throwing it on the grill, or by broiling it to give a nice look and a crispy outer layer.
Get results that are impossible to achieve through any other cooking method
See consistent results every time because your food is cooked and held at a precise temperature.
Voice-Controlled Cooking with Alexa
'How would you like it?'
Anova is the only sous vide device that allows you to set and control your foods time and temperature manually on the cooker, through an app, or by voice. Use Amazon Alexa to:
- Ask Anova to cook a steak
- Ask Anova how long my food has been cooking
- Ask Anova to heat the water to 129 degrees
Get out of the kitchen with the Anova app
The Anova app lets you manage your cook remotely, so you can spend less time tied to the kitchen and more time with loved ones. Start your cook through the Anova app, monitor the status of your food, and come back when you're ready to eat.
- Recipe discovery: 1000+ step-by-step recipes from award-winning chefs
- Guided cooking: Choose your preferred level of doneness and press start to cook
- Cook notifications: Stay up-to-date on your cooking status without being in the kitchen
- Recipe Sharing: Share your favorite recipes with friends directly through the app
- Video tutorials: Cook select recipes with video tutorials to guide you from seasoning to searing
- Do not submerge cooker in water above the fill line
- The cooker's detachable stainless steel skirt and disk are dishwasher safe
- To clean the cooker, wipe with a soft, damp cloth
It’s simple, yet powerful, flexible and accurate
Technical Specifications :
- Temp Range: 77°F to 210°F ± 0.01°F / 25°C to 99°C ± 0.01°C
- Pump Speed: 1 - 1.2 GPM 7-8 LPM
- Directional Pump: 360 Degree
- Tank Capacity: 4-5 Gallons / 15-19 Liters
- Timer: 99 Hours
- Safety: Bi-Metal Fuse
- Power Input: 110-120VAC
- Heating Power: 900W
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The ANOVA Precision Cooker makes it easy to achieve professional-level cooking results at home. To use, simply attach the cooker to any water-filled pot, put your food in a sealable bag, and set the time and temperature. The Precision Cooker heats and circulates the water to a precise temperature, cooking food to an exact temperature which creates maximum tenderness and moisture retention (without worry of overcooking). The ANOVA Precision Cooker connects to your phone, so you can cook amazing meals by the touch of a button - spend less time tied to the kitchen by relying on the app to notify you when your food is ready to Eat. Temperature Range: 210°F / 99°C maximum temperature; 32°F / 0°C minimum; 0.1° variance.
Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2017
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When I first purchased this Anova cooker last December, one year ago, I was unable to connect it to our home Wi-Fi network. At the time I decided it was probably due to the older Wi-Fi router I was using, so I gave up and we used the bluetooth connection to control the Anova from our cell phones. It works fine that way and we love it as a cooker - in the past year we've used it many times, and I purchased another Anova unit a few months ago for my brother-in-law.
When I upgraded my home Wi-Fi this month to a new Google Wifi mesh system, I decided to try again to connect the Anova to my Wi-Fi network. After having no success, I contacted Anova customer support, and they were responsive and helpful. Multiple troubleshooting steps finally led to me understanding the problem, which is as follows.
This Anova cooker will only work on a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi connection. Most Wi-Fi routers broadcast on both 5.0 GHz and 2.4 GHz, and as far as I know most Wi-Fi devices connect using whichever frequency is most suitable for them.
Not this Anova, however. Google Wi-Fi creates a single network that uses both 2.4 and 5 GHz bands, and it does not provide the option to set up a separate 2.4 GHz band. The Anova refuses to connect to it. I was finally able to connect the Anova to one of my iPhones when using the phone to set up a private hotspot, which is 2.4 GHz. It connected easily in that way, but I don't consider it to be satisfactory for me to be required to manually activate my cell phone hot spot every time I want to connect the Anova to Wi-Fi. So I'm giving up on the Wi-Fi with this cooker, and using is as we have been, with bluetooth control.
The frustrating thing is that I purchased this particular model - at considerable extra cost instead of the bluetooth only model - because I wanted that Wi-Fi capability. This model also has a slightly higher heating ability (900 watts vs 800 watts for bluetooth only), so that was another reason to select it (and it is why I'm not returning it to exchange with the bluetooth only model).
Bottom line - I advise caution in purchasing the Wi-Fi model if the Wi-Fi ability is important to you. If you check websites that discuss this cooker you will find many comments expressing similar difficulties with Wi-Fi connectivity, and I suspect that many of them come down to the same kind of issue I have encountered. Unless you have a Wi-Fi router that broadcasts a separate 2.4 GHz band that this cooker can connect to, you could have the same issue that I have experienced.
I am not at all sorry we purchased this cooker because we use it frequently and love how it cooks foods. That is what is ultimately most important, but when something is sold with Wi-Fi capability, then I expect it to work that way.
I've reduced my rating to three stars because of this issue (which is specific to the Wi-Fi model).
UPDATE 6/18/17: Since first using this sous vide cooker back in January, it has become a standard part of our cooking routine. I don't think we'll ever go back to steaks cooked any other way, and we enjoy fish and vegetables just as much. The consistency of results with this cooking is just fabulous, as is the ease of cooking - simply put the food into the bag and then into the pot once the water has reached cooking temperature, and then let it cook for the prescribed time. Sear when finished to give a nice surface finish and taste.
I now notice quite a few reviewers complaining about this cooker requiring passwords or for an account to be set up, and that puzzles me because we have not had that experience. We use bluetooth to control the cooker from our iPhones, and have had zero problems. I have not connected it to the home wi-fi setup because our router is an older model that is not compatible with this device, something that took me a while to figure out. It hasn't interfered with our use of the cooker in the slightest, though.
My wife used this cooker when helping a friend cook for a large party a few months ago, cooking several huge slabs of meat with perfect results. They were astounded, having never experienced this style of cooking until then. We just purchased huge steaks from Costco this weekend, and in the past I'd worry about being able to cook them all the way through if we were grilling them. With sous vide that is no longer a concern.
This is really a terrific way to cook. My original full review follows, unchanged from when it was posted in January.
I've been fascinated with the concept of Sous Vide cooking since first hearing about it a several years ago. The cookers available at that time were all large countertop units (for example, this Sous Vide Supreme Demi Water Oven ) and somewhat expensive. Learning that there are now much less expensive cookers available, that can be used with your own pots, this Anova model as well as others that are very similar, I finally decided to give it a try.
Setup and first use:
- although the cooker can be used without controlling it from a smart phone via app (I think), the instructions direct you to install the app and connect to the cooker as a first step towards using it.
- installing the app in my iPhone was easy as was connecting to the Anova cooker via bluetooth. However, so far I've not been able to get the unit to connect to my home wi-fi network. I gave up after multiple attempts and will need to do some troubleshooting to see if I can finally get it to connect. The bluetooth still provides full functionality for use at home so it's not really an issue, yet.
- our first cooking effort was to cook a single filet mignon steak:
--- per instructions, the setting for medium-rare was 131.5 ℉ with a cooking time of 45 minutes once the water had reached the cooking temperature
--- steak was brushed with olive oil, salt, pepper and spices, vacuum sealed into a FoodSaver bag, and then lowered into the water
--- we clipped the side of the bag to the lip of the pot so it would not get drawn into the cooker from the circulation of the water and to ensure it was exposed to the heated water on all sides
--- when complete, we removed the steak from the pot of water and then cut open the bag and patted the steak dry
--- to finish the steak it was seared it on the stove for a minute or so on each side
--- thus prepared, the steak was PERFECTLY cooked, uniformly throughout, and incredibly tender and tasty. It was exactly what I had hoped for after watching numerous videos demonstrating Sous Vide cooking.
- since the Anova cooker can be used with a suitably sized pot, it has a great deal of flexibility
- the cooker is not so large that it will take up too much space when storing between used
- positioning the food within the pot requires that the bags be clipped to the side of the pot. This is one aspect where I think that the self-contained cookers have a real advantage, since they include a rack to hold the food and provide for water circulation
- unlike self-contained sous vide cookers, this does seem to require or at least work best when a smart phone or tablet is used control and monitor the cooking
- the Anova wi-fi model is quite a bit more expensive than the bluetooth only model and I'm having mixed feelings about whether or not it was worth the higher cost. If we eventually get it to sync with our wi-fi network and then find that we use the remote abilities to monitor the cooking, then it will be worthwhile, but that remains to be seen. (It is also slightly higher power - 900 watts vs 800 watts for the bluetooth model).
- the power cord is very short and it's necessary to put the cooker on a countertop essentially right next to an outlet.
- the app has limited recipes built in and they are mostly for meats. A more comprehensive recipe listing would avoid the need to separately research online or buy a cookbook to determine how to cook basic vegetables.
- the challenge of cooking a full meal using sous vide is one we've not yet mastered. Meats require much lower temperatures and longer times than vegetables, and its not possible to use a single cooker or pot of water for both simultaneously.
I'm satisfied that the Sous Vide concept is an excellent one, and that the results are superior to traditional cooking. The challenge will be adapting our cooking to this style and learning how to cook a full meal where different times and temperatures are required. The Anova cooker is easy to use although the wi-fi connection has been troublesome and the built-in recipes are limited. We'll continue to use this and try different foods, and I'll update this review from time to time if we have notable experiences to share here.
After getting the new one, and JUST trying it out on my italian sausages I had in the freezer, it worked perfectly. Took less than 3 minutes to reach 140F from room temperature water, finished them off in the pan, bit into them, and they were perfect, most of the juice stayed in, which usually when you pan cook them, the skin bursts and the juice leaks out. The app was a little confusing to use, too many options but none of them were just "Italian" Sausage, unless that's in a different section in the app, and not in "pork". But I used the default "sausage" settings and it seemed to work.
-Set-up was easy enough. You can use it stand-alone or using the app. Which is nice. Though, in standalone couldn't intuitively figure out how to set the timer.
-Great for single people, since I can cook ONE item at a time, but we'll get back to this later.
-Heated up nice and quick and maintained the temperature (But again that could be because I bought all the "extras" to ensure it does.
-It feels like quality, There isn't anything cheap about it.
-Setting up the wifi is a tad tricky, since you have to know your SSID (router name). This could have been better by populating a list of detected routers and connecting that way. So, for older people this might be a bit of an obtuse step, especially if you're using say your cable provider's router which for instance mine is (not exactly) ATT-1SV23U or something like that.
-For $200, it should come with an extension cord or a longer cable Especially on something that's going to be near water, 3-4ft isn't enough. THOUGH, I don't hate the idea of including another 3ft cord or something.
Things to Keep in mind, this isn't a cheap "method":
-Anova = $200
-Sous vide 12quart container (Unless you're planning on doing a whole chicken, this is a very decent size, you can easily get a decent amount of steaks in here vertically using the rack, not T-BONES, but most cuts) = $20
-Sous vide rack (like the weights can ensure food doesn't float to the surface and spaces them out for even cooking) = $27
-Sous vide weights (to hold food down and ensure it cooks in the time the app says it should) = $35
- Sous vide kit (balls to prevent evaporation) and clips (to hold bags down) =$30
- 12 quart koozie, to prevent heat escaping = $20
- Foodsaver to vacuum seal your food for sous viding = $60 - $220 (mine was $200) not including bags ($20-ish)
-12 quart ANOVA lid =$10
TOTAL = $462 (if you buy the middle of the road foodsaver sealer system)
*Things you can leave out: Racks don't necessarily need the weights, I would choose them over the weights due to the spacing they offer to ensure all sides of the food gets cooked evenly. -Also, if you go lid over balls, you'd be fine, that should save you some money. Though I wouldn't forego the 12qt koozie/sleeve, you could use a towel but then you're having to rig something up and that gets annoying.
So, yeah, rare instance of where you get what you pay for and not less. I have bought things that are expensive due to name alone and are terrible in reality, like an iPad Pro. So glad to see this earn its $200. It's a well known brand one of the top brands out there, and it shows. Sure the first was a dud, but the second one from ANOVA proper wasn't and it works very well. I don't think it's over priced, and the minor complaints are just that, minor complaints. Definitely recommend. Though they did lose a star for their whole, third party seller almost not honoring their warranty, even though the product was less than a month old when it broke on me. I bet a lot of companies pull that nonsense when you buy stuff on Amazon to avoid having to honor their warranty.
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- Easy to use. Put it in a plastic bag, set the temp + time and away you go. Perfect meat every time.
- App for the most part is easy to use. Comes with recipes that you can browse for the most popular meats and dishes.
- Great for meal prep, cooking while you're aware from the house. You can control everything remotely.
- Plastic baggies usage - if you don't like putting your food in plastic because of concerns around plastic leeching into the food, this probably isn't for you. There are workarounds with silicon baggies, glass containers etc., but the plastic bags still seem to work best. Easier, less maintenance, and doesn't smell after a while. With glass containers, you most likely have to fill it up with oil and I don't like the idea of soaking my steak or other foods in oil.
- App can be improved upon. Recipes are still relatively scarce. You'll find better recipes on youtube and online on how to maximize usage of your sous vide cooker.
- WIFI/ pairing only works with 1 device at a time. You cannot pair your phone and tablet to the sous vide at the same time. This is a BIG bummer for me and I hope they fix it with a software update. Not being able to start the sous vide on my phone and then monitor on my ipad is inconvenient. I often use both devices interchangeably. Unpairing it is also hard. You need to forget the device, and set the other one up all over again. Very annoying.
- WIFI not easy to set up. It took me a good 30 minutes to set up the WIFI. I had to get really close to the router, then keeping trying over and over again before it paired. Still don't know why the device sometimes pics up the signal and sometimes doesn't. Once it's paired though, it works fine. Unless you encounter the above issue of switching devices.
Despite a few minor gripes with the machine, I still love it. It's convenient and I love love love the steaks it's able to produce with minimal effort. I treated my family to some dinner this weekend and they all agreed the steak I cooked was better than any restaurant steak they've ever had. And I was cooking frozen steak! Imagine what a fresh piece of steak could taste like...YUM!
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on November 10, 2018
A la par del Anova hay que comprar la máquina para empacar al vacío, al principio intenté hacerlo con el método de inmersión en agua, pero no es igual, queda mucho aire en interior de la bolsa, lo que hace que flote en el contenedor.
La conexión WIFI no he logrado hacer que funcione a pesar de haber seguido todos los pasos del instructivo, en lo personal no es algo que me afecte, pero si es molesto que no funcione.
It cooks food beautifully.
-Boarder line impossible to keep it connected to your phone. Unplugging it, plugging it back in, restarting my phone, using a different phone.... Nothing works.
-The app is terrible, it crashes on multiple devices and disconnects from the machine when you turn your back to it!
- it only takes.... 5.8 hours to heat the water....
- to cook anything you need Atleast 1 hour of time... Oh cook some eggs 45 minutes... Minimum
Other than the few negatives it's nifty, but not something I would use daily