SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Anova, the leader in smart kitchen appliances, today announced that the Anova Precision Cooker WI-FI, has received the "2016 Best of Year Award" by USA TODAY's Reviewed.com. Each year, Reviewed.com's experts spend thousands of hours comprehensively lab testing more than 700 products to provide its expansive audience with unbiased, trustworthy reviews. Recognized as Reviewed.com's best immersion circulator, the Anova Precision Cooker WI-FI has now been selected by the organization's team of experts as "Best Cooking Gadget of the Year."
"It's an honor to receive this distinguished award from such a highly regarded organization," said Stephen Svajian, CEO and co-founder of Anova. "We focus on providing accessible, quality devices at an affordable price point, so this award is incredible validation. We're truly grateful for our customers as well. They have played an integral role in developing cooking technology that's approachable and easy to use."
Best Cooking Gadget of the Year: Anova Precision Cooker WI-FI The award-winning Anova Precision Cooker WI-FI is a connected sous vide cooking device that enables the home cook to achieve restaurant-quality results with the touch of a button. The Anova Precision Cooker WI-FI connects to a user's smartphone to make it easy to cook sous vide, a cooking technique once reserved for high-end restaurants and chefs around the world. Sous vide involves bringing food to a precisely controlled temperature to deliver tender, flavor-packed results from edge to edge, every time.
"The Anova Precision Cooker WI-FI boasts everything we could want from an immersion circulator," said Staff Writer Kori Perten of Reviewed.com. "Anova isn't just our top performer; it's also the best value you'll find."
For more information on the "2016 Best of Year Awards" and Anova's award-winning cooking device, please visit Reviewed.com and anovaculinary.com, respectively.
About Anova Founded in 2013, Anova is the world's leading provider of smart kitchen appliances. Anova is changing the way people cook through its hardware devices and software platform, enabling the home cook to easily create restaurant-like experiences everyday. For more news and information on Anova and its products, please visit anovaculinary.com.
About Reviewed.com Reviewed.com's product experts use lab testing to rate and review the latest consumer electronics and home appliances, helping guide consumers purchases. Reviewed.com editors select the best performing and best value products for the company's Editors' Choice and Best of Year Award programs. Founded in 1998, the company was acquired by USA TODAY in January 2011 and powers technology coverage in USA TODAY and Gannett media properties. Reviewed.com and the USA TODAY Network reaches more than 110 million monthly U.S. uniques.