Cinder is a countertop grill that cooks foods perfectly. No overcooking. No stress.
Your food is held within 1° of the target temperature. Overcooking is impossible; food stays perfectly hot inside Cinder for hours.
Unlike sous-vide units, Cinder pulls double-duty as a 450° professional searer. No oil necessary, so no smoky stovetop mess.
No vacuum-sealing, boiling water, or cleaning up pots and pans. When you’re done with Cinder, just wipe the grill down with paper towel.
Cinder tells you how many minutes are left. And it holds food at its ideal temperature for hours.
Cinder is perfect for steaks, scallops, vegetables, pancakes, sandwiches, omelettes, and even chocolate strawberries!
Cinder's CTO worked at Lockheed Martin, and programmed Cinder to use the same heating algorithms that ensure satellites don't go adrift from minor atmospheric changes. One of Cinder's thermodynamic innovations is using a similar technique to ensure its cooking plates don't get too hot and overcook your food. This precise temperature control is made possible through Cinder's array of tiny heating nodes built into its grill plates plus clever algorithmic temperature prediction.
Unlike traditional pans and stovetops that have wound heating coils (which produce uneven heat dispersion), our heating nodes are like a tiny array of lightbulbs continuously turning on and off. The result is temperature control on par with sous-vide cooking but without the hassle of water baths and vacuum sealing. Plus we can reach a much broader temperature range for searing.
Pair the Cinder with our free mobile app to have it auto-calculate how long your food will cook for and what the target temperature should be.
Place your food as-is inside Cinder, close the lid, and tap the button on your phone. (P.S. Cooking from frozen works too!)
Once the food’s target temperature has been reached (the Cinder app will alert you), you have two great options:
After you're done eating, wipe down the grill plates with a paper towel, and empty the drip tray. And you’re done. That's automatic cooking.