- Jul 12, 2006
@ $95 I would easily chose that over the Nano, which still isn't released. It has a larger volume capacity for the water vessel, which I would say is more beneficial than the superior temperature sensitivity of the Nano. Yeah, technologically, a resolution of 1/10th of a degree is kinda awesome, but I don't think it really means anything for any reasonable food prep.How does this model compare? It's $95.00 today only via Amazon TT
Certainly, there are those that will eventually be convinced that cooking their steaks at 135.7 is vastly superior to 136 or 135, but these people are idiots, and probably spend $30 grand on speaker cables. EDIT: hmm, it looks like the Wi-Fi model also might allow to set at 1/10th of a degree? I didn't know that was available already-the one I still use is the original, which they no longer sell. I think it still has the largest capacity, though, at just under 6 gallons?
here's a comparison
I bought the Nano(s) only because of the pre-order price of $70 each, which is really just incredible (assuming it ever exists).
And of course...if you don't yet have a souse vide device in your kitchen, then Kaido will never respect you, which I find to be very important.