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Westinghouse Sous Vide Cooker Powerful Immersion Circulator - Digital Timer Display
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- Great for meat, poultry, seafood and vegetables
- Durable PTC heating element controls temperature accuracy
- Delayed start and cooking time options for up to 60 hours
- Clamps easily to virtually an container up to 5 gallons
- Thumb wheel control for time/temperature settings. Temperature range of 32-203F/0-95C; Digital display for easy set up and monitoring
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Enjoy an easy to read LED display for temperature setting and reading.
Easily adjust the temperature and time setting with the thumb wheel control. Quickly increase or decrease the temperature in one swift movement.
The Sous Vide Precisions Cooker clamps onto any size container up to 5 gallons and features a rubber grip that will securely stay in place throughout the entire cooking process.
Be part of one of the hottest and healthiest cooking crazes, sous vide. A quick and easy way to prepare meats and vegetables where the juices, and nutrients, stay with food while it cooks.
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Needless to say, but this thing is awesome! I can’t beat his steak with the cooking process, but I did with the sides! It doesn’t have a fancy app, but it’s easy to use. I recommend buying a pot or container big enough for it. Otherwise, follow the instructions or do a quick search for some Sous Vide cooking action.
This one is much quieter, basically a whirring, faint chugging background noise. The larger the container and more water, the quieter it is. Also seems to get quieter the hotter the water gets.
Function is perfect, no complaints. 1200 watt heating element gets 2 gallons of water up to temp in less than 15 minutes and the circulator motor is very powerful and strong, Holds water temperature perfectly to the degree, verified with a professional kitchen thermometer. I use a $1100 Poly Science unit at work that's 800 watts and with a far less powerful circulator and takes a lot longer to heat water.
Easy to use, you long press the power button for a few seconds until it comes on, then use the jog wheel to set the temp. Then hit the Set button to change the two timers. One timer sets the delay before it turns on, the other sets the cook time. Each tap rotates between minutes and hours per display then you change the value with the scroll wheel. You can leave the delay at 00 to start immediately, and leave the cook timer at 00 so it keeps running indefinitely. If you set a cook timer value, the timer starts running once set temp is reached and it beeps. When the temp and timers are set, tap the power button to start it. You can modify the cook timer up or down after it's running but not the start time, since it's already running.
Anyway, the cost to performance ratio here is fantastic. Heavy duty cooker with a powerful circulator. Incredible price.
If you want to cook in a water bath, this is all you need. You don't need bluetooth or any other gimmickry. It heats water, circulates it and maintains temp perfectly.
BTW, this cooker is sold under several different brands here on Amazon at similar price points. I chose Westinghouse because I assume that warranty support might be better from a name brand and this was the best price.
Update, after using this for almost 2 months a lot, water intrusion into the head has become a death blow, on a higher temp cook recently the steam intruded into the electronics and threw the temp readings way off, water temp went down to 80 and unit read 211, put it in a bag with rice and it worked again for a while but the same problem is back to stay it seems, past the return