Anova broadcasts a WiFi sous vide cooker that’ll allow you to set temps remotely
Reasonably priced sous vide cooking has been round for awhile now, what with units just like the Nomiku, the Sansaire and the Anova One. Anova, particularly, lately accomplished a profitable Kickstarter marketing campaign final yr the place they funded the Anova Precision Cooker, a useful wand-formed immersion circulator that added Bluetooth into the combination. At CES 2015, the corporate is taking it one step additional by saying one thing referred to as the Anova Contact, a sous vide cooker with WiFi as nicely.
Although it isn’t the primary sous vide cooker so as to add WiFi, Anova’s co-founder, Michael Tankenoff, says that the Contact will nonetheless be the “greatest sous vide cooker for the house prepare dinner.” Tankenoff confirmed us the Anova app at a Showstoppers occasion at CES, and demonstrated how he might remotely set the temperature of the Anova Precision Cooker by way of Bluetooth. With the WiFi model, Tankenoff hopes to do issues like set a prepare dinner begin and finish time whenever you’re away from house, or maybe regulate the temperature of your sluggish-cooked ribs when you’re in a gathering.
He wasn’t capable of present us a working prototype of the Anova Contact, however he did present us the app with the Precision Cooker, and it seems to work fairly easily. You may both set your personal temperature, or you can go to a pre-set recipe (which Tankenoff says he sourced from renown cooks like Ming Tsai) and easily choose it within the app to have the cooker do all of the timing and temperature-setting for you.
As for when the Anova Contact will come to market? Nicely, Tankenoff would not say — pricing is but to be decided as nicely — however he did say it’s going to possible be a while this yr.