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Kogan Sous Vide Precision Cooker $53.99 + Delivery ($0 with Kogan First) @ Kogan

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Extra 10% off applied in cart - cheapest so far for this product.

We got a $20 Kogan voucher to use by tomorrow that had a $50 minimum spend, and this seemed like a good way to spend it. May also be good by those cursed blessed with a Kogan credit card with free Kogan First and a need to spend their reward points (which admittedly accumulate fast).

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  • +2 votes

    Ooh a selfie stick!

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP , used my $20 voucher , $49 delivered

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    Would this work just as good as Anova?

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      Can't see why not, it just has to keep the water close to the set temperature, nothing too difficult really.
      Depending on the model Anova's and Joule have either just BlueTooth or Wifi.
      BlueTooth you can use to monitor if you are close, wifi units you can monitor remotely (hand for a 48hour water bath)

      I have an Anova, but don't use Bluetooth\Wifi, I just set the temp manually and timer on my mobile.
      I mainly cook Salmon (45mins) and steak (1-2hours), so that's I don't need to monitor remotely.

      How bad can it be? Cheap way to dip your feet and work out if you like Sous Vide you can always upgrade and get a second unit.
      (ie: Vegetables in one) and meat in the other (different temps)

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    Did anyone buy one of these? Mine arrived yesterday.

    It makes a hell of a lot of noise, just from the motor running the little impeller. Sounds like a nest full of young hungry birds.

    Another negative:
    Can't change any settings after it is turned on, need to turn off and back on to reset temperature and timer.

    On the positive side: It appears to heat the water ok, circulate it ok and the temperature reading is within 0.2 degrees of my Anova.

    Given the amount of noise I don't think it is suitable for long cooks (over night). It might also just be a manufacturing problem, so I'll keep the packaging to be able to easily return it during the warranty period.