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    Serious Eats tests the Anova, Sansaire, and Nomiku Sous-Vide Circulators

    http://www.seriouseats.com/2013/12/s...iku-anova.html

    Verdict = Anova slightly ahead of the Sansaire (beta version only - release version coming in January) and Nomiku trails

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    From what I read of the piece I am happy with my purchase. (sansaire) Also sounded like some problems he found have been taken care of with it.
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    I kind of got that same feeling. I am happy with sticking with the sansaire.

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    I'm also waiting for my sansaire :- )

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    anova just arrived this evening... sadly, i'm just getting home now well after dinner time

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    Jon, Would love to hear your thoughts on the Anova once you've had the opportunity to spend some time with it. As well as other's thoughts on the Sansaire.

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    +1. Nothing super detailed just initial impressions (at least at first).

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    I opened it up last night after getting home and made an egg, because i didnt want to wake up my kid with the vacuum sealer at midnight

    The build quality feels really nice, the controls are pretty straightforward, i like the directional flow of the water, and it works quickly enough for me. In all honesty, i thnink i'm going to like it more than the polyscience creative that i've used at a friends house before. Trying to cook some real food with it soon, but have dinner plans tonight sadly.

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    posted this in another tread too:
    "finally got to use it tonight for a steak (skirt steak... new mexico style)... really happy with speed of heating up, temp consistency, and flow direction control... i set the timer, and i expected it to beep or something, but nothing like that happened... i wonder what that is all about... it just kept going, but the timer stopped. Anyways, steak came out perfectly... temp was spot on. So far, so good."

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