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The Anova Precision Cooker with Bluetooth + Wi-Fi is available for $199 (converts roughly to £130 in the UK, AU$275 in Australia). The device allows users to use the sous vide method to cook food.

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The Anova Wi-Fi is 14.75 inches long and fits onto pots or other containers.

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The Anova Wi-Fi is suspended in water. The device heats and circulates water to the temperature at which you want to cook your food.

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You can set the temperature to which you want the Anova Wi-Fi to heat your water using the LED-backlit scroll wheel.

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The Anova Wi-Fi clamps onto pots of varying thickness with its adjustable attachment.

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The LCD display on the Anova Wi-Fi shows the current water temperature on the top and the set temperature at the bottom.

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The newest Anova Precision Cooker with Bluetooth + Wi-Fi (left) is nearly identical to the previous Bluetooth-only version (right).

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