Its huge. But it lives in the basement.
You need one of them to have a SVS.
But I feel the same about the Instant Pot. Too big to live on the counter, it sleeps in the cellar, soon to be given to my daughter.
I have an ancient sous vide supreme. It was the first home unit available. Just a big water bath with tight temp control and no circulator.
It does fine. Gets to temp quickly and holds it within a few tenths of a degree.
To me, Dukes is eggy and a bit loose. I dont get it.
Of course there's the scarcity issue ...like Coors in the 70s. But I don't see the Jerry Reed hauling a semi full of bootlegged mayo to NYC any time soon.