Nomiku Sous Vide 1,100-Watt Immersion Circulator
Nomiku Sous Vide 1,100-Watt Immersion Circulator
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Sous vide cooking is a technique that literally means “under vacuum” in French—and it’s quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to get restaurant-quality results at home. It works by cooking food in water at low temperatures for consistent doneness and tenderness Read More

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Anjunafan
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Dec 28, 2017
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skip this and get an anova or a joule. Our original broke and says "please add more water" when the container is full.
Dec 28, 2017
Ryanl2425
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Dec 28, 2017
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I own two of these and they are great haven't had any problems with them. I learned about them from a friend and they are definitely worth the money. Could not say better things about these cookers.
Dec 28, 2017
LukasM
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Dec 26, 2017
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Hey everyone,
Thanks to those of you who brought it to our attention that a lower price was available from another vendor, we always strive to get members the best possible price and have lowered our price as a result.
Dec 26, 2017
chris_b
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Dec 26, 2017
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First comment here, trying to be constructive. About that price being offered here, I picked up two direct from their web site last week @ $99.99 each, free shipping/no tax. $13 more got that cookbook added to one of the two orders.
Solid units, already prefer them to my Anova wi-fi unit (which shipped with a out-of-alignment impeller shaft - their "fix" posted on Anova's web support site is a joke, to "bend" it into alignment). Anova wouldn't refund my money or replace the unit, which led me to Nomiku's web site in the first place.
Dec 26, 2017
The_Skynacho
5
Dec 27, 2017
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Looks like that was a sale... because they are currently 149.99 on the Nomiku website.
Dec 27, 2017
LeCheffre
42
Dec 26, 2017
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I own one, which is collecting dust since I got a Joule. I had one of the original models as well, but I gave it to a friend.
My unit had trouble pairing to my phone, and despite not being plugged in for months, I occasionally get messages about it's temperature. I'm reasonably sure the messaging has been messed up and I'm getting alerts on someone else's unit.
The main reason I have shelved it is that it spontaneously turned off in the middle of the day on a long cook.
I love sous vide, I have great admiration for Abe and Lisa Futterman, and I think they're book is pretty good. But I would never buy anything from them again. Their hearts are in the right place, but their execution, delivery and product are not up to par with their competitors. Anova and ChefSteps make better units.
Dec 26, 2017
Your_HIGHness
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Nov 24, 2017
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I have one of the original first generation models and its still going strong... https://www.massdrop.com/buy/1510. This model seems like a step back. The original was 1150 Watts. It was also tall enough to cook in a large plastic tub like in a restaurant kitchen. I cook many large items with mine and it works great. This one seems like its geared more towards using a pot on a stove. And i still don’t know why would you need WiFi in a cooking device. Unnecessary use of electronics imo.
Nov 24, 2017
Am90
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Oct 19, 2017
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Realy!?, you don't you ship this outside the us ? ... I mean, I can get plutonium shiped here these days.
Oct 19, 2017
deejayoh63
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Oct 18, 2017
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I have one of these. Bought as kickstarter. It works great, but I have to say it is quite a bit bulkier than others that have been released after. The wattage of the heater is great, but not sure how much it matters when you are cooking leg of lamb for 9 hours at 135 degrees (which is fantastic, BTW). Do you need quick heating, or just even temps? And btw, you don't need a vacuum sealer. at all. Zip lock works just fine.
Oct 18, 2017
spott
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Oct 18, 2017
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Can anyone compare this to the Anova Wifi?
Oct 18, 2017
Cloaca
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Nov 22, 2017
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Japan is 100 volt, 60 or 50 Hz, depending on the region.
With a lot of appliances it just doesn't matter. For instance Macintoshes work everywhere with no adapters other than the plug shape.
Nov 22, 2017
LeCheffre
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Dec 26, 2017
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I use the wifi on my SV units to monitor cooks while I'm at work. I like the recipes, and with apologies to J. Kenji Lopez-Alt, have better resources for SV cooking than him (a general complaint about Kenji is that he tends to either jump his temperature in overly large increments while experimenting and doesn't let low temp items go long enough).
While both the Nom and the Anova have stories of reliability issues, Anova has better customer service. Nom folks are B- customer service on their good days. Both of their Kickstarters were hugely funded and both were delivered over a year late, with some rewards from the first kickstarter never delivered. Abe and Lisa are nice people who got on this early. Anova is a big company with more than one product, who can support their product better.
Dec 26, 2017
g.todd
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Oct 17, 2017
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I live in Thailand. When will a 220v 50hz version be available?
Oct 17, 2017
KrystalP
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Nomiku
Oct 19, 2017
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Nomiku does make 220 and 240 but in much smaller volume. You can email Nomiku directly if you need information international products.
Oct 19, 2017
WhydoIneed2usernames
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Oct 17, 2017
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Is the only way to control this with your smart phone?
Gigantic turn off and red flag if so. Every WiFi controlled device I've owned has failed because of a cheap overheated antenna.
Oct 17, 2017
KrystalP
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Nomiku
Oct 17, 2017
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It can be controlled on the device itself as well as by smart phone app. We also have the most powerful heating element in the immersion circulator space.
Oct 17, 2017
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