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USMCTIGER1970
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Anova Sous Vide
Anyone have this brand? Amazon reviews are good $87 new. They also have Joule for $209 but dont wanna spend that for just the name. Suggestion are welcome. TIA


rowbear1922
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I have an Anova and love it. I use it at least once a month if not more.


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Aubie Spr96
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I have one. Gave it to my son. He uses it a lot with great success.


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Uncle JackD
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I’ve had my Anova for 3 years and it’s great. Zero issues


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choupic
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Member since Nov 2009
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I have one and love it. I’ve cooked Brisket,Steak,Pork, Ribs, and other things without issues. My longest cook has been 48hrs with no issues.


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xXLSUXx
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New Orleans, LA
Member since Oct 2010
8961 posts

re: Anova Sous Vide
Also have it. Think it's likely the most common brand.


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Saskwatch
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Member since Feb 2016
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re: Anova Sous Vide
quote:

Anova Sous Vide


This is what I have. Also has a good app to use for recipes/guides and Blue tooth temp. control


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jmon
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Mandeville, LA
Member since Oct 2010
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I have the Anova, wifi an bluetooth version that I bought when it first came out. Solid kitchen tool.


BallsEleven
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re: Anova Sous Vide
What about the Anova vacuum sealer you can get paired with it?


KamaCausey_LSU
Member since Apr 2013
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re: Anova Sous Vide
That's the small one that's cheaper. But based on the reviews it should function perfectly fine for a home kitchen.

quote:

The lower wattage is directly related to the smaller water bath max capacity. The nano supports a max of 5 gallons vs 8 gallons on the 900w version. This would be a function of both ability to circulate and ability to maintain heat in a larger bath without overusing the heating element.


If you need more than a 5 gallon water bath you might as well buy multiple circulators.


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jmon
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Member since Oct 2010
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I have a food saver sealer, so no need for that.


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tigersmanager
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I have both anova products they work really good


NOLAGT
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re: Anova Sous Vide
Have and like


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mmmmmbeeer
Georgia Fan
Dallas, GA
Member since Nov 2014
3948 posts

re: Anova Sous Vide
It's a steal at $87. Unless my memory is way off, I want to say I spent like $130 on mine a couple years back for the bluetooth version. No complaints. It may take a few more minutes to warm up the bath than some of the higher-powered, higher-priced options, but it's a minor inconvenience, at worst.


SeafoodPlatter
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Member since Jul 2012
374 posts

re: Anova Sous Vide
I have the nano and like it. Only thing missing is wifi connectivity but even that is a marginal negative.


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Twenty 49
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Shreveport
Member since Jun 2014
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I have an Anova that is a few years old. Still kicking. Solid product. Keeps very even temps.

The Joule is supposed to be very nice, but I don’t care about Bluetooth for my sous vide. The Joule fits in more sizes of pots, but my Anova clamps in the one of mine I use for sous vide, so I’m good.

If I was starting new, I might go Joule because I tend to spend whatever on the best product of my newest interest or hobby. But I can’t really imagine the Joule is any significantly better than the Anova.


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TH03
Iowa State Fan
Dallas
Member since Dec 2008
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I got an anova 4 years ago when best buy had a sale for like $99. It's the Bluetooth one and it works great.


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DoctorTechnical
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Birmingham
Member since Jul 2009
2220 posts

re: Anova Sous Vide
Got mine some 4(?) years ago when the good folks on this board first made me aware of sous vide & Anova. Bluetooth model, which is a feature I've never used. Clearly it's the high-watt version, as I could see the lights flicker in my old Southdowns house when it would run.

Would buy it again in a heartbeat.





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GusMcRae
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I've had one a couple of years. I use it quite frequently. I have a Food Saver, but honestly just use ziplock 90% of the time.


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John McClane
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Apr 2010
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re: Anova Sous Vide
I just got one as well. Looking forward to using it this weekend.

What’s a great protein to cook for a first timer?


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