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Anova Precision® Cooker Pro $314.50 (50% off) Delivered @ Anova


50% off Anova Precision Cooker Pro - RRP $629

Tech Specs
Power: 1800 Watts / 220 Volts

Flow Rate: 12 Liters/min

Max Cook Size: 100 Liters (26 Gal)

Stainless steel and Teflon-coated aluminum

IPX7 water and splash resistant

Temperature Accuracy: +/- 0.05˚ C (0.09˚ F)

Temperature Range: 0˚ – 92˚ C (32˚ – 197˚ F)

Manual time and temperature controls

134.6cm (53″) power cord length

Capacitive touch screen

High fidelity speaker tones

Adjustable & Detachable clamp

Removable skirt

88mm D x 60mm W x 350mm H

3.46″ D x 2.6″ W x 13.78″ H

1.29 kg (2.85 lbs)

Container Size
Min Water Level: 62 mm (2.4″)

Max Water Level: 170mm (6.7″)

WiFi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4 GHz

iOS and Android app

ETL Certified Commercial Electric Cooking Appliance

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    When are we going to get the nano for $99 again :(

    • +7 votes

      Just get the Inkbird instead. Better and cheaper.

      • +2 votes

        I got inkbird few months ago and very happy so far

      • +3 votes

        Very happy with my Inkbird as well


      Another InkBird customer here.

      My only complaint is the app, which works fine but the menu in it is pretty bad. Functionally, the app is fine.

  • +1 vote

    Where do I get a good container to go with this?

    • +2 votes

      Try food containers that Nisbets sell

      • +1 vote

        Yep, Nisbetts. I got a container and two lids (in case I screwed the first one up) for less than $40, IIRC.

    • +1 vote

      I got one of these, with a matching blue lid, which I then crudely cut out a spot in the lid for the anova with coping saw. It works perfectly.


        OzB for the win! Thanks everyone
        I’ve been looking at the actual Anova containers and they are well over $100!
        I was considering finding something cheaper and cutting a hole. You’ve solved my problem. :-)


        Yup, I did similar. I wrap it in a large wooden scarf to keep in the heat.


    This is a cooker? What? How?


      Sous vide


    What advantages does this have over the $70 inkbird one that I’ve been enjoying recently?


      Not much that I can see from the specs. My ANOVA has a few more watts but that's about it. Is there an app associated with it? What's it like? I was thinking about getting a second anova but now I know about the inkbird I might have to get one of them instead.


        There is an app.

        It has a section for recommended cook times shrug

        It’s very clear about temperature and time, and you can adjust these and switch it on and off remotely, so I’m not sure what else you’d want.

        Maybe a push notification to say it’s done, but that’s it.


          Sweet, that's all I want, I reckon you've sold me.


    For anyone who is interested Costco has this at the moment. In store this is $330.



      This is not the pro model


        No it isn’t but how many people, actually, need the pro model.




          Pro model= more watts and it costs less than the "standard" model.
          Why would you pay more and get less?


            @GregFiona: The version I’m showing here may not be the Pro model but it does include the container. The container is, currently, $140 at Anova.

            For roughly the price of the Sous Vide unit you can get the container as well. So if people want to get a unit, that isn’t the Pro one, then they can have the container as well.

            They can pick this up from a store, today. Also, because this is Costco, people could try it out to see if it suits them and return it if it doesn’t.

            I’m just pointing this out to people as an option.


              @try2bhelpful: I understand you are trying to help, I just had to point our that there is a >$300 price difference between the 2 models. Also, you can get a $20-30 container as per the comments above and have a better setup for almost the same money. I have got the 1 Gen Wifi Anova, but if I had to buy one now, I would probably go with the Inkbird one


                @GregFiona: No probs. I went with the container and drilled the hole in the lid as well. Just putting all the options out there.


                  @try2bhelpful: What are you doing to necesssitate a kid?

                  Steak cooks at 53 degrees, so there’s no evaporation?


                    @Manny Calavera: I wrap my container in scarfs and then put towels over the top to contain the heat. The lid is part of the heat containment process and stops the towels getting wet.

                  • +1 vote

                    @Manny Calavera: You absolutely lose water over a longer cook.


    Is there a code for this? Clicking the deal link it’s still $629…


      Due to it being six weeks ago…


        Wasn’t marked as expired, that’s why I was asking…