NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop Reviews
About NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop
Induction cooking is an efficient and eco-friendly way to make your favorite dishes. One of the products on the market that uses this method to cook food is called The NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop. It’s compact and lightweight design makes it portable and great for cooking in small spaces. Making a variety of homemade, healthy meals while on the go is easy with this cooktop.
Cooking by induction takes less time and is considered energy-efficient because the warming effect is directly in contact with the pan. A stove uses conduction to heat the burner which will then heat the pan and eventually the food will start to cook. Using The NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop is also eco-friendly because there are no flames, no gases, and no toxins released into the air.
On www.NuWavePIC.com, you can buy one and get one for free; each cooktop comes with a Quick Start Cooking Guide, a NuWave PIC Complete Cookbook, and an Instructional Gourmet DVD. In addition, if you order through their website you will also receive a free bonus gift for each cooktop which includes a Stainless Steel Pot w/ Lid, a PerfectGreen Omelet Pan, a Stainless Steel Steamer Basket, a PerfectGreen Fry Pan, and a Deluxe Fondue Kit.
The price for The NuWave Induction Cooktop consists of three $33.33 payments plus the cost of shipping and handling. The first payment will be charged at the time the order is placed. The cost of this first payment is $33.33, $29.95 for shipping and handling plus another $29.95 shipping and handling fee for the second cooktop.
After thirty days another payment will be applied to your account for $33.33, and the final payment for $33.33 will be applied 60 days after your initial order. If you are not satisfied with the product you can return it within ninety days for a full product refund, less shipping and handling charges. It also comes with a one year manufacturer’s warranty.
There are mixed reviews online, while some people love it and cooked on it all the time; others felt it didn’t work and the surface was almost impossible to clean. A more common complaint pertained to the cost of the shipping and handling; since each one is shipped separately; two shipping charges were incurred by unsuspecting customers. The cost of shipping alone ended up costing approximately $60.00. The NuWave Cooktops are also supposed to come with bonus pans and cooking utensils and many customers said they did not receive these additional items.
You can avoid shipping fees if you buy it at local retailer and it is much easier to return it, again, saving on shipping charges. It is important to remember that The NuWave Induction Cooktop will only work with compatible cookware also found at your local retailers. If you can’t find one with the induction symbol, simply look for a pan that has a flat base made of cast iron and steel.