The SousVide Supreme isn't a stand-outThe SousVide Supreme is a fine cooker, but its high price and minimal features make it hard to recommend.
Hey folks, Megan Melrten here with a review of ease appliance technologies Sous Vide Supreme. So this water bath style cooker is similar to the Caso Sous Vide center we just reviewed. It costs $429, which is less than the Caso but kind of am. Same range. Although it is relatively close in price, this thing doesn't have a built-in vacuum sealer, or a hose that helps you drain the water so you'll have to carry this thing over to the sink, and dump it out, which is kind of a struggle. [NOISE] So this thing has a 2.6 gallon of max water capacity. You can set it up to 99 hours for cooking, so several days. And it has a temperature range from 86 to 210 degrees farenheit. This model also doesn't have a built in water circulator so in theory it wouldn't be as uniform a temperature. But it actually was quite uniform and it did a better job of stay closer to the target temperature than the [UNKNOWN] but while the performance in this model was better, it's missing a lot of those features that I loved about the castle food center. And that brings me to another point. If you are interested in getting started with Suvede, I would suggest a $200 Nova one. It's a handheld device, it's easier to use, it's. Obviously cheaper and it's actually more accurate than the two water bath models I've tested. So you'd still be paying $429 for something that performs pretty well, but still not great and will take up a ton of space in your house. This is really only going to suit a small portion of. People. Thank you for watching this review of Eades Appliance Technology's SousVide Supreme. Be sure to check out the rest of our sous vide coverage on CNET.com. I'm Megan Wollerton for CNET Appliances. [MUSIC]