$129 for Bluetooth version, 800W. Regular $199.
$159 for Bluetooth + WiFi version, 900W. Regular $259.
The benefits of the extra 100W are debatable.
Both include free shipping.
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no idea, but anova is known to be one of the leaders of this technology. Everyone i know who has a sous vide has this brand and loves it.Gweedz, any thoughts on how it compares to the Instant Pot Accu SV800? Aside from the addition of Bluetooth/wifi, that is!
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Sorry I don't know that. I read quite a few comparisons and rarely came across the SV800.
Nov 28th, 2017 12:46 pm
I figured there was, but when I searched I got an error with RFD asking me to rate on facebook.beeoop wrote: ↑Nov 28th, 2017 12:42 pmRepost:
[Anova Culinary] Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker - BLACK FRIDAY Sale $129 (70 off) for BT, $159 (100 off) for wifi - Free Shipping
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Also picked one up but haven't used it yet! Thanks for the review, I'm excited to try it now.Twism wrote: ↑Dec 7th, 2017 10:58 amJust picked up my black friday order of the $49USD monoprice strata sous vide knockoff of Anova and the $41usd food saver fm2100 and the border guard didn't duty me. Cooked one of the best steaks last night I have ever made and dont regret not getting the anova. Cheap way to get started in the sous vide world.
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