Sous Vide Cooking

Video of the Swid by Addélice – Immersion circulator dedicated to Sous Vide

by on Oct.28, 2009, under Equipments & Accessories

I am sorry not being able to answer to all your questions about the Swid but I am very busy at the moment. The best way to illustrate the precision, size and power of the pump is to watch the video I just made.
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I didn’t have time to translate my comments in English but I am sure you’ll understand.
So far I am very satisfied of this appliance which is the most competitive immersion circulator of the market: EUR 449 incl. VAT and shipping costs.
Here is a comparision table of immersion circulators dedicated to sous vide.


Addélice confirmed the swid will be available this week.


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6 Comments for this entry

  • Fanny

    Thanks for the video and the picture.
    This imersion circulator seems to be very compact and easy to use. Did you have to tune it or is it a plug and play device?


  • jean-francois


    The swid is indeed very small (you can see I have put it in one of my kitchen drawer).
    I didn’t have to tune the swid. I just plugged it, switched it on, set the température and the timer…and here you go! It is a very easy to use machine.


  • Gabor

    Jean-Francois I would like to inform you that we have begun selling an on/off type sous vide temperature controller for rice cookers and slow cookers. The units are assembled in Australia but are suitable for use around the world. The units come with a no questions asked 30 day money back guarantee. Please have a look at our web site: and let me know if you have any questions. Given the popularity of your blog and its up to date nature I would appreciate you mentioning this fact to the sous vide community that frequent your site. Thanks for your time.


  • Jean-François


    Sure, I am right now implementing your product on the supplier’s list.


  • brian

    nice…does it come in 110 volt model?? for the u.s.??

  • Jean-François

    Hi Brian,

    The swid I have is a 220 V. I know Addélice works on a 110V version but have no idea when it will be launched.


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