@AlyssaWOAH, thank you for your response.
You mean to say the Nano could end up with more features than your "flagship" product? If anything it should be the other way around! and in fact people would pay money for those extra feature. I donno Alyssa... Interesting decisions being made at Anova! Your product line should have looked like this in my opinion:
APC Nano: compact, basic, low power 700w affordable unit. Set temp / time and that's it. usd 120.
APC BT: more powerful than Nano at 800w. Supports multi-step. usd 180.
APC BT+WiFi: Flagship device. Most powerful at 900w, Supports Multi-cook and Multi-step. usd 240.
Too late now I guess.... you've already committed to offering those "premium features" on your entry level unit leaving nothing unique for a flagship to sell at a premium. I guess you can only imagine how customers who bought the flagship product would feel when they paid double the price of a Nano and ended up with less features. If that happens, I'm out.
On multi cook: I can perhaps understand why it would be difficult to implement multi-cook on the Bluetooth only APCs (connecting to multiple BT devices simultaneously can be tricky), but when it comes to the WiFi models, I can't think of a reason why the app cannot connect to multiple devices found on the network. If the app can talk to one networked device, surely it can talk to many. You shouldn't need me or anyone to convince you why this feature is important. If I can connect to more than one, then I'm more likely to actually buy more than one.... more for you... everyone is happy
Multi-Step: This should be pretty straight forward. I'd be very surprised if the existing hardware couldn't handle memorising a set of temp/time steps.
Good luck you guys. Looking forward to seeing those changes.