Anova Bluetooth vs. WiFi

Anova Bluetooth vs WiFi

We’re going to go over the differences between the Anova Bluetooth vs. WiFi, and which is better for you and your home.

While both models are quite similar to each other in terms of functionality, we still feel that Anova Bluetooth + WiFi is the superior model out of the two.

Due to its WiFi compatibility, you have the power to operate your cooker over longer differences, and even use Alexa’s voice control function to control your Anova as well.


The Short Version

Anova Bluetooth = 2.1 – 2.4 GPM 7-8 LPM pump, the maximum temperature of 210°F, the minimum temp. of 77°F, 800W heating power, preheat time of 24 minutes, 110-120VAC power input, BLE 4.0 connectivity, minimum immersion depth of 2.5 in, 360° directional pump, bi-metal fuse, LED display, LED-backlit scroll wheel, can serve up to 7-8 people, sets the timer for up to 99 hours.

Anova Bluetooth + WiFi = 2.1 – 2.4 GPM 7-8 LPM pump, 210°F maximum temp, minimum temp of 77°F, 900W heating power, preheat time of 19 minutes, 110-120VAC power input, BLE 4.0 and 802.11 Wi-Fi connectivity, 2.5 in minimum immersion depth, 360° directional pump, bi-metal fuse, LED display, LED-backlit scroll wheel, sets time for up to 99 hours, can serve up to 10–12 people.

Which one are you getting?

Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker | Bluetooth | 800W (Discontinued)
Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker | WiFi + Bluetooth | 900W (Discontinued)

Last update on 2020-09-19 at 13:24 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

Anova Bluetooth vs. WiFi — Easy Comparison Chart

Anova Bluetooth Anova Bluetooth + WiFi
Can Serve7–8 people10–12 people
Weight2.5 lbs / 1.1 kg2.5 lbs / 1.1 kg
Set Timer for up to 99 HoursYesYes
Pump2.1 – 2.4 GPM 7-8 LPM2.1 – 2.4 GPM 7-8 LPM
Minimum Temperature77°F / 25°C77°F / 25°C
Maximum Temperature 210°F / 99°C210°F / 99°C
LED Backlit Scroll WheelYesYes
LED DisplayYesYes
Bi-Metal FuseYesYes
Heating Power800W900W
Preheat Timefrom 75F to 135F24 minutes19 minutes
Power input110-120VAC (220-240V EU)110-120VAC (220-240V EU)
360° Directional PumpYesYes
Length2.75 in / 6.98 cm2.75 in / 6.98 cm
Minimum Immersion Depth2.5 in / 6.35 cm2.5 in / 6.35 cm
Width2.75 in / 6.98 cm2.75 in / 6.98 cm
Height14.75 in / 36.8 cm14.75 in / 36.8 cm
Max Clamp Opening1.25 in / 3.175 cm1.25 in / 3.175 cm
Immersion Depth7.25 in / 18.415 cm7.25 in / 18.415 cm

Anova Bluetooth vs. WiFi — What’s Different?

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Reviews – When it comes to what the people say, the common issue seems to be Anova Bluetooth + WiFi immersion cooker’s connectivity to WiFi claiming that it’s unreliable and usually they need to switch to a Bluetooth connection instead.

Apart from that, both immersion cookers have generally positive reviews.

Convenience – In terms of convenience, the Anova WiFi option has an edge since you’re not required to be in close proximity while the food is being prepared.

Whereas the Anova Bluetooth cooker requires a smartphone that is connected to it to remain within 33 feet of the cooker in order for it to be effectively operated and controlled.

Anova Culinary App – While both cookers are compatible with the Anova app, with the WiFi model you’ll need to create an Anova account, whereas for Anova Bluetooth option no account is necessary.

Connectivity – The big difference between the two models is the connectivity.

As the name already suggests, Anova Bluetooth uses a Bluetooth connection that requires you to be within 33 feet of the cooker in order to control it, while Anova Bluetooth + WiFi uses both options, offering more flexibility.

Heating Power – There’s also a minor difference when it comes to the healing power of both cookers.

With the WiFi + Bluetooth option having a slight edge with its 900W of power, whereas the Bluetooth option alone has a lesser 800W.

Cost – In terms of cost, Anova Bluetooth + WiFi model is a little more expensive due to its added functionality and WiFi connectivity.

Smart Home Integration – The added benefit of the Anova Bluetooth + WiFi precision cooker is its smart home integration.

Meaning that you can use Alexa’s voice commands for simple controls such as checking the status of your food, or to change the temperature.

While the Bluetooth model offers no smart home compatibility.

Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker | Bluetooth | 800W (Discontinued)
Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker | WiFi + Bluetooth | 900W (Discontinued)

Last update on 2020-09-19 at 13:24 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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