Sansaire : The greatest advantage the Sansaire has over the Anova and the Nomiku is better drainage at the bottom of the unit. This means you can lift the Sansaire out of the water and within a few seconds, all excess water will drip out, allowing you to rest it on a kitchen towel or drying matt to drip-dry on its own. The downside of the Sansaire? Its all-plastic chassis feels a little fragile. I can imagine the casing cracking with an accidental spill, or perhaps the clips that hold that back panel in place cracking off with normal opening and closing for cleaning. This hasn't happened to me yet, but I can see it happening down the road.
Lastly, the large and digital LCD display really ensured that I was always aware of what was going on. Never have I felt so secure in what I was doing as it was all laid out perfectly in front of me. Not to mention the fact that I didn’t have to try at all to get my readings, no kind of weird head movements or eye protrusions! That was all enabled by the huge fonts used in the display! All in all, although this machine might not be suited for large meals, it has so many positives that the latter fact is easy to ignore. Definitely recommended to anyone looking for a suvee cooking machine!
The food this thing produces is just so damn good. Tender, juicy, perfectly cooked perfection, pretty much every single time. I love how portable it is and how little space it takes up in your kitchen (or backpack). The clamping mechanism feels very solid, and it's wide enough to accommodate a lot of different sized containers. It's truly almost completely silent. The display is very easy to read and the temperature is very easy to set. I also found it maintained temperature extremely well. Once it was up to temp, the most I ever saw it vary was by degrees F, and usually only for a quick moment. Impressive.