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Anova Precision Oven


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25 minutes ago, Anna N said:

I know that one very well. Wish they would discuss the price. The best I’ve heard is under $1000 which I translate means $999.99 and that’s in American funds. In Canadian funds it’s about equivalent to our GDP. 

 

Yup.

I am their target customer, and I wouldn't go near it unless its less than $400.

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I' m pretty much the same.  I love my CSO, and the half-sheet-pan deal is not a big thing to me, but if and when it goes, I'd go* to an Anova Precision as a next appliance, if it were available. That said, I'm contemplating ordering a CSO backup while I can.

 

*That is, if it's under $400. Otherwise, I'm sticking with the CSO or reluctantly giving up steam and going to a Breville Smart Oven.

 

 

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6 hours ago, kayb said:

I' m pretty much the same.  I love my CSO, and the half-sheet-pan deal is not a big thing to me, but if and when it goes, I'd go* to an Anova Precision as a next appliance, if it were available. That said, I'm contemplating ordering a CSO backup while I can.

 

*That is, if it's under $400. Otherwise, I'm sticking with the CSO or reluctantly giving up steam and going to a Breville Smart Oven.

 

 

 

CSO is currently $409.15 on amazon.

 

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20 hours ago, rotuts said:

@adey73 

 

I was unable to view your vid

 

is there a different ref. ?

 

thanks

 

if you just search "anova precision oven" on youtube it comes up number 2 

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“Do you not find that bacon, sausage, egg, chips, black pudding, beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, fried bread and a cup of tea; is a meal in itself really?” Hovis Presley.

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the recapturing and recycling of the water vapour that's mentioned sounds novel..

 

But this also makes me think it's going to be North of 500quid or bucks.

 

I'd have to wait until Black Friday 2021 to justify such an expensive kettle.

“Do you not find that bacon, sausage, egg, chips, black pudding, beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, fried bread and a cup of tea; is a meal in itself really?” Hovis Presley.

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@adey73 

 

thank you for the tip.

 

I say two vids :

 

Chicken and Bread

 

that's fine

 

since the original Anova Crew

 

did very well on their efforts 

 

and merged w a a very lage For Profit 

 

syndicate 

 

I don't mind  they deserve it

 

Bora Bara   etc

 

but now

 

its a bean counter situation  

 

this that and more for the beancounter

 

I dint mind they count the Beans

 

but more often than not 

 

the BC  miss the long term goals :

 

An Anova  Combi Oven In Every Kitchen

 

and Anova will leave the Chicken 

 

up to you.

 

Id shudder  

 

that these days

 

THe Bean Conters

 

love their Optoins

 

so they might make

 

the new Anova Oven

 

by subscription Only\

 

Look Out For that 

 

cheers

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10 hours ago, adey73 said:

the recapturing and recycling of the water vapour that's mentioned sounds novel..

 

But this also makes me think it's going to be North of 500quid or bucks.

 

I'd have to wait until Black Friday 2021 to justify such an expensive kettle.

 

Don't worry.  I doubt the oven will be for sale before then.  And I grant you anova has the vapor part down pat.

 

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Guys, you have fairly unrealistic expectations of how much a consumer countertop Combi oven is going to cost.  The commercial versions, like Rational, cost $10,000+!  This ain't gonna be in the range of other countertop ovens.

 

Yes, like many of you I have a Cuisinart steam oven, but its limitations are obvious.  It is a much cruder device, and to boot it has quite small capacity.

 

I know the word "game-changing" is overused, but it is true, cooking with precision temperature control AND humidity control is game-changing.  And it will come with a premium, I'm simply happy that it will be uner $1,000.

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17 minutes ago, DaveJes1979 said:

Guys, you have fairly unrealistic expectations of how much a consumer countertop Combi oven is going to cost.  The commercial versions, like Rational, cost $10,000+!  This ain't gonna be in the range of other countertop ovens.

 

Yes, like many of you I have a Cuisinart steam oven, but its limitations are obvious.  It is a much cruder device, and to boot it has quite small capacity.

 

I know the word "game-changing" is overused, but it is true, cooking with precision temperature control AND humidity control is game-changing.  And it will come with a premium, I'm simply happy that it will be uner $1,000.

sez you

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@DaveJes1979

 

well DJee

 

 what you say , 

 

is more or less

 

@#$OY#RY   and then some  #ORYU#)_RU#+@R

 

its limitations are obvious

 

 a much cruder device

 

quite small capacity

 

humidity control

 

is game-changing

 

such #(rY#_$ty

 

and no , 

 

the CSO has done an outstanding job

 

for so many of us

 

@ home

 

w given humidity control

 

Id wonder who you work for ?

 

just saying 

 

 

 

 

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@rotuts -- I think my CSO is a great product, but I also find myself running into its limitations (mostly due to size) pretty often. It's clear from the featureset that one could do a heck of a lot more with the Anova.

Just being able to bake a big loaf of bread that doesn't get burned by the top element would be a huge improvement for me.

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Anova's instagram feed is sporting 2 new posts of bread baked in the oven.... though they aren't answering any of the moot questions about price and release date.

 

interestingly (well to me), Scott Heimendinger who's been involved with oven, has left Modernist Cuisine to start a venture building something new..... anyone any idea what? .... Also has Dave Arnold mentioned his long touted next product? 

 

......maybe this oven isn't the only toy coming soon-ish

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“Do you not find that bacon, sausage, egg, chips, black pudding, beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, fried bread and a cup of tea; is a meal in itself really?” Hovis Presley.

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""   soon-ish ""

 

hard to measure that.  but my CSO is filling in nicely in the meantime

 

 

""  a huge improvement ""

 

I would love a huge improvement .  well made , and attractively priced

 

at scale  , for that improvement.

 

ditto above

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  • 3 weeks later...

although they are now confessing Brevillites, Chefsteps latest offering on the advantages of smaller countertops made me want to know pricing and delivery of the Anova even more!

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“Do you not find that bacon, sausage, egg, chips, black pudding, beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, fried bread and a cup of tea; is a meal in itself really?” Hovis Presley.

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I noticed anova has more information up since last I looked:

https://anovaculinary.com/anova-precision-oven/

 

No price and availability, of course.  No information on weight either.  But interior is 16.9x10x12.4 inches.  Temperature Range:  86-480F (30-250C) Accuracy: +/- 1.8F (1.0C).  Temperature Range in Sous Vide Mode 75-212F (25-100C) Accuracy: +/- 0.5F (0.3C).

 

 

 

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how does the stated 5L reservoir and 24hr cook, compare with the  BLUMLEIN Steam Convection Oven, that you're all having fun with elsewhere?

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“Do you not find that bacon, sausage, egg, chips, black pudding, beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, fried bread and a cup of tea; is a meal in itself really?” Hovis Presley.

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I wonder about ' required ' connectivity 

 

I may be wrong , but didn't Anova tie their current crop of circulators to

 

WiFi or some such thing ?

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On 7/16/2020 at 7:46 AM, rotuts said:

I wonder about ' required ' connectivity 

 

I may be wrong , but didn't Anova tie their current crop of circulators to

 

WiFi or some such thing ?

 

Not required, just available. It's the Joule that has no buttons.

 

Oven is available for preorder today at $599, ships September 28th:

 

https://www.engadget.com/anova-precision-oven-pre-order-143007732.html

 

I think it's a reasonable price but high enough that I'll wait to see reviews. (Plus Anova products tend to go on sale, eventually.)

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@dtremit 

 

how do the inner dimensions compare to the Blumlein ?

 

i count find the B's inner dimensions 

 

thanks

 

P.S.:   I was under the impression the current crop of Anova circulators required WiFi

 

I was hoping the SteamOven did not.

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699 euros

 

 

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“Do you not find that bacon, sausage, egg, chips, black pudding, beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, fried bread and a cup of tea; is a meal in itself really?” Hovis Presley.

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1 hour ago, rotuts said:

@dtremit 

 

how do the inner dimensions compare to the Blumlein ?

 

i count find the B's inner dimensions 

 

thanks

 

P.S.:   I was under the impression the current crop of Anova circulators required WiFi

 

I was hoping the SteamOven did not.

 

Blumlein - 15.2'' x 13.5'' x 9.6''

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