The Anova Precision Cooker boasts a refined build and Bluetooth, to boot.
We loved the original Anova, and this one cooks just as well for less cash. Underwhelming smarts aside, it's a great sous vide starting point.
Better (and cheaper) than the original, the second-gen Anova dials in on sous vide supremacy.
This $200 device wants to help you cook like a top chef.
The makers of the popular sous vide circulator have a smart upgrade planned for this summer.
Due this summer, the new Anova Touch immersion circulator will boast Wi-Fi cooking smarts and a full color capacitive touchscreen.
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This classy gadget wants to bring the secret weapon of high end restaurants straight to your countertop.
For its price, this dependable sous vide cooker is a perfectly reasonable kitchen upgrade, but consider waiting for the feature-rich next generation, with options that'll cost a little less.
The SousVant is the best self-contained water bath we've tested. Anova and Nomiku still make better places to start with sous vide, but the SousVant is a fine option if you're ready to dive in.
The Anova Sous Vide Immersion Circulator is an easy to use device that both beginners and pros will enjoy. The device clamps on to an existing pot and circulates water as it heats.