Anova has been building sous vide equipment for more than a decade, being one of the first to do so. This means the company has worked out most of the kinks and quirks that come along with sous vide preparation and cooking. One of its newest releases, the Nano, is also its smallest. The 750-watt sous vide immersion circulator is 12.8 inches long and is meant to stow away in drawers, perfect for apartments and those with limited counter space. The application hooks up to WiFi and Bluetooth, giving you access to Anova’s library of recipes and cooking guides, all of which you can program your Nano with.