Anova’s Precision Cooker Nano drops to $99 at Amazon

If you want to experiment more in the kitchen, sous vide cooking could be a way to do it. Anova makes a couple of wifi-connected sous vide machines that we like, and our favorite, the Precision Cooker Nano, is back on sale for $99. That’s a 34 percent discount and one of the best prices we’ve seen, making it a good time to snap up the entry-level device.

Buy Precision Cooker Nano at Amazon – $99

You need a few things to try sous vide, but what you probably don’t already have at home is a machine like the Nano. With this cooking method, food is placed in a sealable bag and then cooked in a water bath. Appliances like the Nano constantly circulate this water, keeping it at a precise temperature so your food is perfectly cooked, not overcooked or undercooked.

The Anova Nano Precision Cooker has earned a place on our list of favorite kitchen gadgets because it combines affordability and precision in one compact appliance. The Nano typically retails for $149, weighs just 1.7 pounds, and is small enough to fit in your kitchen’s utensil drawer. It uses 750 watts of power to heat water for up to 3,000 hours before you need to recharge it, allowing you to run a battery of sous vide tests before it needs more juice.

The Nano has built-in controls that allow you to set the temperature and time, or you can connect it to your phone via Bluetooth and do so via the companion mobile app. Unlike pricier Anova machines, the Nano doesn’t connect via WiFi and also has a fixed clamp that attaches to your saucepan rather than an adjustable one. Aside from those features, the biggest differences between the Nano and the standard Anova precision cooker are wattage and size. But we think the Nano is a great option for all home cooks, and sous vide newcomers will find it particularly easy to use.

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