The WiFi Nomiku lacks the sleekness and ease of use that we've seen with similar, less expensive sous vide circulators.
The Nomiku is a great kitchen gadget, but it's the wrong time to buy one. Shop around for a cheaper competitor -- or hold out for Nomiku 2.0.
Nomiku's new Wi-Fi-enabled device brings connectivity and accessibility to sous vide cooking.
The $249 WiFi Nomiku is an immersion circulator that connects wirelessly to an app called Tender. But the sous vide machine doesn't live up to its more streamlined predecessor.
The Wi-Fi Nomiku heats and circulates a water bath so you can cook food via a method called sous vide. But the model, an updated version of a device we first reviewed in 2014, is much clunkier than its predecessor, and the connected app isn't as robust as app from competitors.
Many who preordered the Nomiku Wi-Fi Circulator on Kickstarter keep having to wait longer for either their circulator or their refund.
With cheaper competition and a compelling, less expensive next gen cooker coming soon, think twice before buying this culinary contraption.
This precision cooker promises perfect results every time.
The second-generation Nomiku boasts cloud connectivity, a new app, and a smarter design for those who want an immersion circulator without the bulk.
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.