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Loved your presentation on this product. The cleaning process looks Incredibly easy. I was sort of afraid to purchase one because I am Inexperienced with its use. You convinced me this would be appropriate for home use in my kitchen.

Sweet – pricey but sweet.

Breville also sells the Joule immersion circulator. WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity as well as a really spectacular app for $200. If you really need the temperature probe, there are several out there – I use a ThermoWorks Smoke with a waterproof probe ($118). These look like nice but the price point is very high.

Depends on what you’re using it for. A Joule is perfect for the home cook who sous vides sometimes. The HydroPro is a huge step up and can be used constantly and in a professional kitchen setting.

Super presentation.
These is a masterpiss tool

I’m impressed by how thoughtfully designed the units are. Thank you for an excellent introduction.

First, Thank you for doing these videos each week. I love that you guys are not perfect. Just honest and real.
Breville bought Chefsteps and Joule a couple years ago. I can see design elements that go back to the Joule. I sure hope Breville keeps Chefsteps around. Between Chefsteps and you guys we don’t have many innovative folks out there. Thank you for what you do.

Sounds cool – but can we get some more details on how the water flow differs from the Joule unit (under the Breville’s ChefSteps label)?

I love this has a touch screen and doesn’t require wifi and that alone is a feature worth having for me.

The HydroPro uses induction technology to heat the water. There is no propeller. It heats much faster than any unit designed for home use.

wow! what a great product! i recently did short rib at 185 and my immersion circulator struggled to get the water to temp (took nearly an hour, so I’m super excited to see a solution that solves that- it’ll be a nice add with our control freak !

Yes this will be so much faster!

William Tuite

February 3, 2021 4:23 pm

What a great new update from Polyscience/Breville. They keep on making great new kitchen equipment and then make them all better. Thanks Kitchen Alchemy for bringing this to my attention

All the best

Bill Tuite

Fantastic! The internet can be inconsistent where I live and I’ve wondered when someone would come out with one that works without it.

Keith Nakakura

February 6, 2021 9:38 am

Awesome advancements! We do a ton of sous vide and will definitely need this for HAACP planning!

I am a huge fan of Breville products and do quite a bit of cooking with the sous vide method. Currently I have a Joule and it works very well. Kicking it up a notch with the Breville Hydro Pro is appealing to me.

Mason Anderson

February 15, 2021 3:59 pm

Who won? Just found this video and I want upgrade from Joule to Hydropro Plus.

Brianna did.

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