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TOKIT Omni Cook - Xiaomi's answer to the Themomix!

Xiaomi, TOKIT and Chunmi?

With the many different names that come up in connection with the TOKIT Omni Cook, it is easy to lose track of things. To get some clarity, let's first take a look back.

At the end of 2020, Xiaomi's crowdfunding platform “Youpin” will have the multifunction kitchen appliance “Ocooker” (Link) published. Many of the products that appear on Youpin come from Xiaomi-related companies that are directly connected to the vast Xiaomi ecosystem.

TOKIT Omni Cook Display and Recipe Cloud

The company behind the ocooker is Chunmi Technology Co., Ltd (Link), a company that has been in existence since 2013 and specializes in smart kitchen appliances. Xiaomi is only one of the top-level investors who support Chunmi Technology technologically and financially. TOKIT (Link) is the brand name under which Chunmi sells the smart kitchen appliances.

The Ocooker is only available on the Chinese market and has not yet made it beyond the country's borders due to the language barrier. In China, however, the Thermomix alternative is so successful that one now wants to compete on the global market. Adapted for the global market, the “Xiaomi Thermomix” will soon be available from us as TOKIT Omni Cook.

Technical data and comparison

First, let's take a quick look at the technical properties of the TOKIT Omni Cook and compare them with the Thermomix TM6 and the Monsieur Cuisine Connect from LIDL. 

 Name   TOKIT Omni Cook   Thermomix TM6   Mr. Connect Kitchen 
 heizen  1.000 Watt 1.000 Watt 1.000 Watt
 temperature  35 - 180 ° C 35 - 120 ° C 37 - 130 ° C
 Volume  2,2 liter 2,2 liter 3,0 liter
 Engine  500 Watt 500 Watt 800 Watt
 number of revolutions  40 - 12.000 rpm 40 - 10.700 rpm 120 - 5.200 rpm
 Libra  + -1 gram + -1 gram + -1 gram
 Display  7 inch touch 7 inch touch 7 inch touch
 Wifi  Ja Ja Ja
 Cloud recipes  Free of charge Subscription model Free of charge
 Price  699 Euros 1.359 Euros 399 Euros

21 functions in one device

In a nutshell, the TOKIT Onmi Cook is a multifunction kitchen machine with 21 functions.

TOKIT Omni Cook Thermomix alternative

In addition to conventional functions such as mixing, stirring, mixing or kneading, frying, boiling, stewing and fermenting are also part of the long list of different areas of application. The power for mixing is 500 watts and for cooking 1000 watts. From starters to desserts, pretty much anything can be prepared with the all-in-one food processor. This makes the Omni Cook a real all-rounder for everyday kitchen use!

7 inch display and free recipes

A large selection of recipes is already pre-installed on the device. In addition, creative recipe ideas can be downloaded free of charge from the TOKIT cloud. The WiFi interface makes it possible.

The automatic Cooking Guide guides you through the individual preparation steps in text, video and voice. To the right of the saucepan (2,2 liters) is a 7-inch touch display, which you can use to keep an eye on the cooking instructions and list of ingredients. As a rule, the recipes are designed for 3-4 servings.

At the market launch, the recipes will only be available in English. Other languages ​​(German, French and Spanish) are to follow later. How often new recipes are entered into the cloud is not yet known at this point in time.

Price and availability

 Get early birds on Kickstarter (Link) the TOKIT Onmi Cook at the introductory price of 699 euros until the beginning of August. After that, the price should rise to 899 euros. Spare parts and accessories, such as the steamer (79 euros) or the slow cooking attachment (49 euros), will be available separately after the Kickstarter campaign. The dispatch should take place from August.

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Heiko

    9. July 2021 at 11: 33

    Thank you for the informative article! How sure is it that the shipment will also take place in August?

    • Sibille E.

      11. July 2021 at 17: 39

      I've been cooking with the Thermomix for several years now. The device here sounds interesting, but you shouldn't forget that there is a service behind the Thermomix that I cannot imagine with a China device. If something breaks, I call Thermomix and get spare parts. How this will work out here cannot really be seen yet.

      I will still follow the whole thing and I am looking forward to a test.

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