After testing 13 immersion circulators, and doing research on another two future releases, I’ve collected very single WiFi sous vide device and organized them here on this page for you. I’ll cover the basics of what makes each unit unique, plus the pros and cons of each. Three of the five I’ve purchased and done more extensive reviews on, which will be linked within the mini review on this page. My top recommendation should be obvious, but I do give tips on why you might want to pick something different than would be my preference. Some people say that connecting your kitchen appliances to WiFi is excessive and unnecessary. I disagree. When you have a 2 hour cook time, babysitting food is no fun.
Immersion circulators are meant to “set and forget”, but it’s nice to have a reminder of things like current temperature, time left, or total time passed since you reached your target cook time. WiFi sous vide immersion circulators are great for just checking in to see how things are going rather than worrying about your steak dinner while you’re at the gym or needing to get off the couch to check your chicken breast.