Can heat from 32 to 197 degrees and provides .1-degree accuracy. Offers Bluetooth connectivity that allows you to control the cooker via your smartphone even if you're up to 30 feet away. Includes a two-year warranty.
The best immersion circulator for home cooks. It’s the smallest, most affordable model from a company that’s consistently made some of the best-performing cookers we’ve tested. And its precise temperature control and quick heating are on a par with that of much more expensive machines. The cooker also has controls on it though, meaning you don’t need to use your phone if you’d prefer not to.
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A great design, intuitive and helpful app, and a low price makes the Anova Precision Cooker Nano the best sous vide machine. The all-black Nano looks sleeker than the original Anova, too. For one, the clamp used to secure it to a pot or container is smaller and integrated into the unit; on the original, the entire clamp was removable. The effect is that the body of the Nano is an uninterrupted cylinder.
Solid, affordable option for home cooks news to sous vide. Well-constructed of heat-resistant plastic. On-screen controls mean you don't have to touch your smartphone while elbow deep in dinner prep. The thing that sets the Nano apart is cost: it's just $99. That's a bargain compared to almost all of its competitors.
Even the packaging is attractive. Once removing the sleeve on the outside of the box, you’ll find a nice-looking black box that contains the Nano, a user guide, and a fridge magnet with a temperature chart. Constructed of heat-resistant plastic, the Nano doesn’t look or feel cheap despite the low price tag.
Using Bluetooth, the Anova Precision Nano can connect to your iPhone to make using the device even easier. Say you are cooking dinner. In the Anova Culinary app, just choose the chicken breast and the app will let you know what the target temp should be and how long that will take. Choosing one of the recipes, it also walks you through the entire process of making that dish, including integrating your Bluetooth sous-vide along the way.
If it’s a more compact sous vide circulator that you’re looking for, it’s definitely worth giving the Anova Precision Cooker Nano a try. This device is quiet and lab-grade, combining precision, convenience, and style into a neat little package. Speaking of precision, Anova’s Nano is capable of cooking your meals with an incredible 0.1° accuracy, so every recipe will cook up exactly as it should for the best flavor and texture.
A great introduction for sous vide. Anova Nano first launched June 2018 with uses 10+ years sous vide experience and updated technology. Anova Nano is the smaller and best quieter. It is also connected lab-grade sous vide precision cooker. If you are new to sous vide or looking for additional cooker, then Anova pro is perfect for cooking sous vide. Anova nano performance is amazing for home cooking. Every cooking gives a perfect result.
The Anova has been made widely available, and for less than $100, widely accessible, too. In all seriousness, that's probably less than half the amount you'd need to pay for a meal at a restaurant utilizing sous vide techniques. This new size not only makes it a bit easier to handle once it's in the pot, but also makes for easier storage.
It's cheaper than comparable products, which could make the immersion circulator more appealing to folks who want to give sous vide a try without throwing down a lot of cash.
Very straightforward to use. It has the same intuitive touchscreen control panel and app compatibility, but this older model is smaller and more sleek. The manual was also the nicest to browse, with clear drawings and a thorough cooking guide.
The cooker is made of first-class durable plastic, ensuring that it will give you service for a long time to come. Measuring just 12.8 inches tall and 2.2 inches in diameter, this gadget has a compact size for easy use and storage in the kitchen.
I am appreciative of the Nano’s more economic size. This is especially important since, like many, I find my kitchen drawers increasingly crowded. It’s quiet. Real quiet. And as far as speed to heat, it heated the water as fast as my Anova Wi-Fi, Joule or Nomiku circulators.