There is a new cooking system you will want to get your hands on, if you can afford it.

Created right here in Torrance, Breville and Polyscience announced today the release of the Control Freak, which is the world’s first controlled-induction cooking system to accurately measure, set and hold every cooking temperature up to 484 degrees Fahrenheit.

It offers chefs and food service industry professionals exceptional temperature control. The sensor features a temperature probe with a pot clip that communicates and controls the precise temperature of water and fat-based liquids, such as chocolate.

The system has options to keep your pot or pan warm at a certain temperature and holding a temperature indefinitely for 72 hours with a timer. It can even record recipe temperature programs for future use and comes with a custom USB stick.

The retail value of the system is nearly $2,000, and it comes with a two-year product warranty.

The Control Freak will go on sale next month.