A new smart kitchen robot arrives to stand up to the Thermomix. We are talking about Tokit Omni Cook, which has gotten funding on KickStarter and has just been launched globally. We tell you what its characteristics and price are.
The kitchen robot has become one of the most desired household appliances. Today it is far from being a device reserved for people with more purchasing power, since in the market we can find a multitude of models within reach of all budgets. Thanks to this, more and more people have one at home.
If you are looking for a cheaper alternative to the Thermomix, we have good news for you. A new smart kitchen robot has just arrived that boasts advanced features and a more restrained price. Is about Tokit Omni Cook, an appliance that puts premium features at your fingertips at a competitive price.
Tokit Omni Cook has a compact design to take up little space on your kitchen counter. Also, since you offers the functions of up to 21 kitchen appliances and utensils, it is a very well invested space.
This smart kitchen robot is equipped with a 500W high-speed motor and a four-blade cutting head, capable of rotating at a speed of 12,000 rpm to carry out a wide range of tasks. Dispose of adjustable temperature between 35 and 180 ºC and it also has a built-in timer.
Omni Cook de Tokit has more than 11 culinary modes and it can chop, grind, steam, cook at low temperatures or make yogurt, among many other functions. It has a built-in high precision food scale, something that allows you to measure the ingredients for each recipe.
The new alternative to the Thermomix is equipped with a WiFi connection so that you can carry out regular updates. In addition, it gives the robot access to an extensive recipe book that includes more than 100 recipes developed by kitchen and nutrition professionals, which They can be followed step by step through the device screen using the cooking guide.
Tokit Omni Cook can be purchased through KickStarter at a price of 599 euros, 40% cheaper than it will cost when it reaches mainstream stores.