There are several things you think about when you enter the kitchen to cook your favourite recipes. You want to make sure your cooking task is done efficiently as you conserve energy, it should be healthy and done safely without taking too much of your precious time as well. If you base your cooking decisions on these considerations too then you can benefit from the revolutionary NuWave Personal Induction Cooktop, which has many brilliant advantages for you. This is a portable cooktop, which ensures that you get the perfect temperature control by a simple click of a button.
NuWave Personal Induction Cooktop
When you start using this cooktop at home, you will not have to worry about boil overs, which can be a complete nightmare because you have to contend with mess all over that has to be cleaned later. What’s more, you don’t have to worry about burnt food too because now you will cook efficiently using this cooktop, which lets you control the temperature precisely. It’s an extremely versatile product and works with an indoor grill, deep fryer, veggie steamer, and can be used to make fondues too. And since it’s portable, you can use it to cook outdoors if you want to and have a nice cook fest with your friends and loved ones.
NuWave Personal Induction Cooktop comes packed with many brilliant features and the fact that it is energy efficient, saves you costs too. Moreover your safety while cooking is ensured because it remains cool to touch and you won’t be burning your fingers handling it. And there are no flames and fire involved, which puts your mind at rest about using this brilliant product for your every day cooking needs.
NuWave Personal Induction Cooktop FAQs
What is Induction cooking all about?
Series of burners known as induction coils working on magnetic principles are at the heart of an induction cooktop. Magnetic fields leading to warming reaction on steel and iron pots are formed by these coils. Thus it’s more energy efficient then regular electric or gas cooktops because heat is produced in the pot itself. There’s no residual heat left behind because there are no flames and since no toxins are emitted, it’s also an eco-friendly way of cooking. Moreover in places where magnetic surface is not activated, NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop will stay cool to touch.
Why is there a need for specific type of cookware?
That’s because induction cooking uses magnetic principles and it’s necessary that the cookware has a ferrous bottom. In some cookwares the bottom is directly magnetic while in others a ferrous layer is a part of the base, which leads to distribution of heat. Superior quality Stainless Steel, Tri-ply and cast iron cookware is ideal for induction cooktops. Medium and heavy gauge pots work well, but glass, copper or aluminium pots will not work for induction cooking.
Do existing pots in the kitchen work with NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop?
To know whether your existing cookware works with NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop you can follow these steps;
- See whether the pot has induction symbol at the bottom.
- Put water in the pot and if it’s induction compatible, water will begin to boil.
- Usually a magnet sticking to the pot shows it is induction compatible. But in some cases the magnetic properties of the cookware might not be strong enough.
Compatible cookware for induction cooking includes All NuWave Precision Cookware, Cast Iron, Enameled iron and steel, and stainless steel that has a magnetic base.
Non-compatible cookware could be copper, aluminium, glass and other pottery type of vessels.
What parts of the system get heated when in use?
The larger red ring contains the heating surface; there will be no flames and where the magnetic surface is not activated, the cooktop will remain cool to touch.
Why does NuWave Precision Cooktop work better than gas and electric cooktops?
It’s because cook times and temperatures can be programmed so that you can cook precisely. It’s portable unlike other cooking ranges and where there is an electric outlet this cooktop can be used. You can use it indoors or when you are boating, camping, in college dorms, buffets etc. It’s fast and easy to clean too.
Is there an indicator that shows that the cooktop is working?
When you press ‘Start’, if the E1 message doesn’t come on then pans will start heating immediately. You can stop the heating process by pressing “Pause/Clear” and it can be continued by pressing ‘Start’ again.
The fan is operational when “Clear” is pressed. Does that mean the system is still on?
When “Pause/Clear” is pressed twice, the fan stays on for about 60 seconds longer after which the system turns itself off.
What are the corresponding temperatures for the six heat settings?
Low: 100°F (37°C) / Warm
Med-Low: 175°F (79°C) / Simmer
Med: 275°F (135°C) / Steam
Med-High: 375°F (191°C) / Stir/Deep Fry
High: 425°F (218°C) / Boil/Saute
Max/Sear: 575°F (302°C) / Sear
Can people with pacemakers use NuWave PIC?
According to scientific tests, NuWave PIC doesn’t cause any health risk however it’s recommended that if you have a pacemaker, you should keep a distance of at least 2 feet from the cooktop. Oxygen users should also maintain safe distance from the cooktop and as a precautionary measure aerosol (spray) products should be avoided.
Induction Cooktops are not recommended for people with above mentioned health conditions but the manufacturer Hearthware Inc. states that its flagship product NuWave Oven Pro doesn’t lead to any health risks to people with pacemakers as anyone can prepare healthy meals from frozen.
Is there specific wattage required to use NuWave PIC?
It requires less energy than gas and electric ranges; 1300 watt is the maximum setting (Sear), while you enjoy benefits of induction cooking. You can plug the cooktop in any electrical outlet. If you are cooking on a boat or RV, 10.83 amps wattage is required.
This information is based on line voltages that register 120V.
What do I get?
You can buy NuWave Personal Induction Cooktop for three easy payments of $33.33 plus P&H of $29.95 at www.m.nuwavepic.com. You can get another NuWave PIC with your offer by paying additional S&P. You also get Precision Recipe Book, Precision Quick Easy Cooking Chart, Precision Instructional DVD, 1-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty and Precision Cooking Club Membership with your offer.
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