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Anova Precision Oven


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the sites crashing on me. 

 

now ok... Uk price is 649 quid.

 

anyone handed over credit card details?

 

..... Can't wait for Black Friday 2021!  (if i am still breathing)

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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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On 1/28/2020 at 2:22 AM, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

CSO is currently $409.15 on amazon.

 

$297.49CDN on Amazon Canada

https://www.amazon.ca/CUISINART-CSO-300N1C-Combo-Convection-Silver/dp/B075V2S1K2/ref=sr_1_2?crid=29S7B1761CG3P&dchild=1&keywords=cuisinart+steam+and+convection+oven&qid=1597770747&sprefix=cuisinart+steam%2Caps%2C185&sr=8-2

 

How do they keep doing that???

 

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APO :    16.9 X 10 x 12.4

 

APO.jpg.935abd5e4fd48df18abe609cccdb5d67.jpg

 

BSO:      15.2 X 13.5 X 9.6 

 

BSO.jpg.ec08302237f3154deb7d879e3d152972.jpg

 

if the last unit is Hight , maybe the APO  is better for bread baking ?

 

all other aspects being equal ?

 

1/4 sheet pan :   13 x 9.5

 

1/3d sheet pan: 15.5 x 10.5

 

so neither oven will fit a 1/3 sheet pan.   approx. 

 

more or less , the APO is $ 100 more.

 

best I could do on ' Opening Shots " of the two ovens .

 

when they ' start @ the drawing board '

 

wonder why no one had a 1/3d sheet pan

 

would have cost nothing really more to accommodate one.

 

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Anova is boasting  5 litre (1.3 Gal) and 24hrs continuous steam.

 

how does that compare to the BSO (i.e. above) ?

 

.......And when are we betting the Anova Precision Oven Pro, will be available? 😁

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42 minutes ago, FauxPas said:

Anova is $799 Cdn. 

 

 

That's 3 CSO's when you find them on sale.  Someone on this forum will surely be buying one and it is going to be interesting to read what they have to say about it.

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my friend mentioned it to me (we've been following it forever) and i literally came here to see what people were thinking.

 

anova, i'm happy to produce all sorts of content. feel free to just comp me one of these puppies anytime. for, you know, the good of the forum. i'll even run as many toast trials as @Kerry Beal requires. 

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11 minutes ago, jimb0 said:

my friend mentioned it to me (we've been following it forever) and i literally came here to see what people were thinking.

 

anova, i'm happy to produce all sorts of content. feel free to just comp me one of these puppies anytime. for, you know, the good of the forum. i'll even run as many toast trials as @Kerry Beal requires. 

Does it say it makes toast?

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but it wont ever be CSO Toast.

 

just saying.

 

and having a spare APO is going to hurt a lot more than having

 

""  A few "" CSO spares .

 

just saying again .

 

I just dont want any Anova WiFi highjinks .

 

WiFi this , WiFi that , WiFi whatever 

 

drives me to

 

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1 hour ago, rotuts said:

and having a spare APO is going to hurt a lot more than having

 

""  A few "" CSO spares .

 

If it's not getting discontinued, why buy a spare? Plus you've already got all those CSOs 🙂

 

1 hour ago, rotuts said:

just saying again .

 

I just dont want any Anova WiFi highjinks .

 

WiFi this , WiFi that , WiFi whatever 

 

 

If the Precision Cookers are any indication, I don't think you'll even need to set up the wifi if you don't want to use it. 

 

For the sous vide, they highlight on this page: "Cook with manual controls or the app: Set the time and temperature in the Anova App or with the Anova Precision Cooker manual interface," and in their FAQ here, "we've designed the Anova Precision Cooker to operate completely without the app. You can use the device to its fullest extent without connecting the app to the device."

Their sous vide is also not dependent on the app at any point -- if the app disconnects after you set it, it still maintains temperature and the timer.

 

As for the oven -- obviously they don't have all the details posted yet, but you can see clearly on the face that there are + / -  buttons to control temperature, time, and steam, each with dedicated readouts. I think those controls on the left determine which heating elements are used.

 

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Whether you can control *every* feature from the faceplate, I don't know — but you at least appear to be able to control as much from the front panel as you can on the CSO or the FBSO.

 

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@dtremit 

 

thanks for the clarification re WiFi.

 

cant remember where I thought it required WiFi and a subacription

 

for the newer Anova circulators.   I guess they just dropped the Bluetooth.

 

I hope the APO and BSO  do better in terms ofd longevity and usefulness

 

in the home kitchen.  maybe the size of the CSO  limited its Universality.

 

Id love to have the " better " of the two newer SO's  , and keep the CSO

 

for smaller cooking amounts .

 

and of course , Toast !

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22 hours ago, rotuts said:

 

I hope the APO and BSO  do better in terms ofd longevity and usefulness

 

in the home kitchen.  maybe the size of the CSO  limited its Universality.

 

Id love to have the " better " of the two newer SO's  , and keep the CSO

 

for smaller cooking amounts .

 

and of course , Toast !

 

I'm hoping that the fact that Electrolux now owns Anova will help with the longevity aspect. 

By contrast, Cuisinart is owned by Conair...the blow dryer people.

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3 hours ago, dtremit said:

 

I'm hoping that the fact that Electrolux now owns Anova will help with the longevity aspect. 

By contrast, Cuisinart is owned by Conair...the blow dryer people.

 

In my experience nothing was wrong with longevity pre-Electrolux.  My old anova has been going strong.  The power cord of mine wore out a few years ago, however the power cord is modular.

 

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it would make toast-ish

 

but Id be

 

based on the volume of each of these new nice items

 

no where near as deeply delicious , and Sooo good as the 

 

as the CSO.

 

volume and stream

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

In my experience nothing was wrong with longevity pre-Electrolux.  My old anova has been going strong.  The power cord of mine wore out a few years ago, however the power cord is modular.

 

 

Sorry, I should have been clearer -- I meant that it was more likely to stay on the market for a while.

The disappearance of the CSO and of smart appliance companies like Nomiku (not to mention the recent nonsense with Mellow) have made me a little apprehensive I guess.

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On ‎8‎/‎18‎/‎2020 at 1:51 PM, rotuts said:

APO :    16.9 X 10 x 12.4

 

APO.jpg.935abd5e4fd48df18abe609cccdb5d67.jpg

 

BSO:      15.2 X 13.5 X 9.6 

 

BSO.jpg.ec08302237f3154deb7d879e3d152972.jpg

 

if the last unit is Hight , maybe the APO  is better for bread baking ?

 

all other aspects being equal ?

 

1/4 sheet pan :   13 x 9.5

 

1/3d sheet pan: 15.5 x 10.5

 

so neither oven will fit a 1/3 sheet pan.   approx. 

 

more or less , the APO is $ 100 more.

 

best I could do on ' Opening Shots " of the two ovens .

 

when they ' start @ the drawing board '

 

wonder why no one had a 1/3d sheet pan

 

would have cost nothing really more to accommodate one.

 

 

 

I verified with Anova, the interior height is 12.4 inches and the depth is 10 inches.  Interesting that there are almost 8 inches of otherwise unaccounted stuff between the interior and exterior depth.  Of course the handle with the controls and indicators is probably some of that.

 

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3 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

I verified with Anova, the interior height is 12.4 inches and the depth is 10 inches.  Interesting that there are almost 8 inches of otherwise unaccounted stuff between the interior and exterior depth.  Of course the handle with the controls and indicators is probably some of that.

 


Suspect some of that is also the convection fan -- it's clearly at the back. CSO and Breville both have side-mounted fans, but the tank design on the Anova (and the F.Blumlein) would seem to preclude that.

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On 8/18/2020 at 1:51 PM, rotuts said:

1/4 sheet pan :   13 x 9.5

 

1/3d sheet pan: 15.5 x 10.5

 

I'm just realizing, I've never seen a 1/3 sheet pan.

 

1/4, 1/2, 1 -- constantly. 1/8, 2/3, 3/4 -- occasionally. But a 1/3? Never.

 

As for the oven, I suspect some of it is the US using different "standard" pans from everyone else. Once when I was daydreaming about a Miele XXL I was annoyed to realize that the pans it uses *look* like standard steam table pans, but they're sized to international "gastronorm" pans. Which are, of course, almost impossible to get affordably in the US.

 

The Anova is a custom design, but I bet you it's *based* on an existing oven design, and steam ovens are much more popular outside the US.

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On 8/18/2020 at 11:51 AM, rotuts said:

APO :    16.9 X 10 x 12.4

 

APO.jpg.935abd5e4fd48df18abe609cccdb5d67.jpg

 

BSO:      15.2 X 13.5 X 9.6 

 

BSO.jpg.ec08302237f3154deb7d879e3d152972.jpg

 

if the last unit is Hight , maybe the APO  is better for bread baking ?

 

all other aspects being equal ?

 

1/4 sheet pan :   13 x 9.5

 

1/3d sheet pan: 15.5 x 10.5

 

so neither oven will fit a 1/3 sheet pan.   approx. 

 

more or less , the APO is $ 100 more.

 

best I could do on ' Opening Shots " of the two ovens .

 

when they ' start @ the drawing board '

 

wonder why no one had a 1/3d sheet pan

 

would have cost nothing really more to accommodate one.

 

 

Excuse my ignorance, but what is the BSO? I keep reading that as Breville Smart Oven, but those controls look different. Is it a steam oven? 

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