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Sous vide cooker recommendations

Cj7851

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Since I joined the forum I have seen alot about sous vide and am considering getting a cooker. Just looking for recommendations on a good one without breaking the bank.
 

pineywoods

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Personally I have an Anova and it works well
 

sawhorseray

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Anova is the most popular. I have a Cisno 1000watt, was $89 from amazon, but it doesn't have any of the Bluetooth or Wi-Fi stuff that I'd never know how to use anyhow. Works great for a couple of years now tho I think they are sold under a different name these days. For $89 the one with Emril's name on it looks good. RAY
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pushok2018

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I have Anova for sometime already and very happy with this device. Recently I bought Inkbird SV circulator as a spare one.... If my Anova ever goes down - I'll get another (newer model) Anova for sure!
 

Braz

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Happy with my Anova but Inkbird also gets good reviews and seems like a good company to deal with based on their Forum participation.
 

oldsmokerdude

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Sort of like asking folks what is the best brand of car to buy. I personally have an Anova and would recommend it, but there are lots of quality units out there.
 

dr k

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I like the 1,000 watt inkbird. I have used the wifi and it's great at my parents for the holidays etc. but I don't have wifi with unlimited cell data so I just set it manually at home.
 

Danno44

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i also have the Inkbird and have zero complaints. WiFi works well, unit is extremely quiet, don’t even know it’s on except for water movement and the green light.
 

Cj7851

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Thanks everyone I appreciatethe input. I was between an Anova and an Inkbird seems like now all I have to do is pick one.
 

S-met

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I have the anova and the inkbird.

Both are quality units. My anova is BT, 750w
inkbird is wifi 1000w.

If using without the app, my anova is more user friendly.

I prefer the size of the anova, but like everything else about the inkbird. Any specific questions or need pics, let me know.
 

fullborebbq

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i bought this unit as an entry level deal. Works great so far. Only about 10 hours on it and no WiFi frills.
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