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What is Stone Wave Cooker – A ceramic microwave pot with handle and a lid with chimney.

Is the Stone Wave Cooker worth it?

So far consumers have complained about Stone Wave Cooker not being nonstick, takes forever to cook an egg, Website is confusing, misleading infomercial etc. Read all the Stove Wave Cooker reviews here.

Based on the reviews and complaints we have received, we recommend you NOT TO BUY STONE WAVE COOKER online from the official site. Buy this Product from a physical store near you where you can return it if it does not work. Also, don’t get lured by the paid reviews being promoted by the Stone Wave Cooker manufacturer, on this site and elsewhere on the net. Especially with the keyword “Stone Wave Cooker” in the domain name making you believe it is the official review site.

Why Stone Wave Cooker

If you love food you know many of the delicious mouth watering food items come with a lot of calories due to excess requirement of oil and butter in traditional cooking ways. Microwaves can really save you from such a mess since they are replacing the old methods of cooking on a gas which can be a painstaking job to do. But microwaves need special cookware that can endure its high temperature and at the same time cook the food evenly. Plastic and metal cookware are hardly suitable for such a use and do not allow the food to cook evenly most of the times. Now you can take advantage of cooking the perfect meal in a microwave with the new Stone Wave Cooker.

 


How does Stone Wave Cooker claim to Work?

Ceramic Stoneware is the secret
Stone Wave Cooker is made from ceramic which can withstand a high level of temperature without any issue and is one of the best solutions for low fat cooking quickly and swiftly inside a microwave. Unlike other microwave cookware this unique cooker consists of a specifically designed chimney that creates a release point for steam to escape. The heating starts happening across the cooker surface and is kept under even circulation with its dome shape which also helps in restoring and adding more flavor to the food. The handle associated with the cooker stays cool throughout and helps in making handling it easy. The advantage of using the ceramic built cooker is its longer life and capacity to resist higher temperatures. Additionally, it has a non-stick surface that helps in making fat free meals in no time.

Stone Wave Cooker is perfect for preparing gourmet foods in a matter of just 5 minutes without using extra pans and other utensils in the microwave. This saves a lot of time and cleaning, which is a general concern in traditional cooking methods.

What can it cook
From eggs to baked desserts, Stone Wave Cooker has the capacity to handle anything. Stone Wave Cooker comes at a very affordable price and some goodies in form of a 5 minute recipe guide for using it along to make juicy scrumptious meal day after day.

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Stove Wave Cooker FAQs

What is the best way to clean Stone Wave Cooker?
Stone Wave can be cleaned in a dishwasher or rinsed lightly with warm soapy water.

How spacious is the Stone Wave Cooker?
Stone Wave is 6 ½ inches in length and 3 ½ inches in height with 4 ½ inches of inner circle diameter.

How to cook using Stone Wave Cooker?
Stone Wave works only with microwave and shouldn’t be used on stove top or with conventional oven.

 

Stone Wave Features (Claimed in the Ad)

Ceramic Material: Considered to be safe, microwave-safe, non-stick, safe for high temperature, less health risks associated, cooks food evenly, and is easy to clean.

Steam Release Chimney: Allows very little steam to be released, the company claims that this reduces the cooking time.

Non-stick surface - Stone Wave Cooker's base is said to be non-stick, making cleaning easy.

Handle - The microwave cooker's hollow handle is cool to touch, so you need not be worried about getting your hand burned.

 

Where to buy Stone Wave Cooker without getting ripped-off

Amazon.com for $13.97

Harriet Carter for $9.98

BBB for $9.99

 

 

Some Facts about Stone Wave Cooker that might help you:

  • Country Of Origin: China
  • Official distributor: Telebrands (Telebrands.com)
  • Stone Wave Cooker Customer Care: To Order 1-800-709-8168
  • Dimensions: 6-¾" L x 5" diam. x 4" H with lid.
  • Holds 12 ounces of liquid
  • Track your Stone Wave Order here: http://www.GetOrderStatus.com
  • Stone Wave Cooker's Facebook Page - Find all the recipes here.

 

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What do I get?

  • 2 Stone Wave Cookers
  • 1 Five Minute Recipe Guide

All this for just $12.99 plus $16.98 shipping and handling. Official website StoneWaveCooker.com

 

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75 Responses to “Stone Wave Cooker Reviews and Complaints | Microwave Ceramic Cooker Truth”


  1. Amanda says:

    I purchased the stone wave as Christmas presents from Boscov’s for $1 each. I hope they work but if not for $1, it was worth the try. The Boscov’s deal was spend $20 in store and get up to 2 of each item from section for $1 each. I also got the as seen on tv easy pockets. Like I said $1 each, willing to let my family give it a try.

  2. Greg says:

    I purchased Stone Wave cooker online at the as seen on tv site, but used the phone. Unfortunately, like most companies today, you get an Indian to speak with (if they understand English). I was offered first one extra, then another, and so on. I ended up with two sets of four pots, plus supposedly extra 20 % larger pots and free shipping. The price I was stated was to be $38.99. When I was finally able to check my order on line, I found that I had been charged $57.99. I called and the Indian kept repeating that my order was $57.99. I asked for and was refused the chance to speak with a Supervisor. I then said forget it, and that I would just cancel the order thru my credit card company. Reply to this was that I would be credited $20.00 on my card. When the credit came thru, it was for $15. When I got the pots, and the joke of a recipe booklet, I gave four of them to my brother, and tried a couple of the recipes.

    My first try was the poached egg. I have a 1200 watt microwave. I added a bit of water, as directed, and the egg turned out just fine. Next, I tried a 3 egg Omelet, with nothing extra, but a dash of milk and pepper. I watched these eggs cook, for 2 minutes, and at just about one minute of time, the eggs rise so much they push the top completely off and rise to about double the height of the pot. When finished, you open the door and they quickly shrink back into the pot. They were fully cooked, and only needed a little salt. Now, cleaning theses things is another story. Non-stick, hardly. I had to use a scouring pad to get the eggs off the side and bottom.

    No more eggs in this thing, not worth the scrubbing. Next I tried the Vegetarian chili. The first bowl I made was too salty, but, absolutely delicious. I cut the salt in half for my next try, and was still too salty for me. On my next attempt, I will leave the salt out completely. Other than the salt, I really loved the taste of this chili. I would never have believed I would care for any chili without meat in it, but what a surprise.

    I am a single divorced man, and learning to cook. If I had more recipes, and ideas, I would never have bought these.

    I would not recommend any purchase of these pots at any price, if you want them for eggs, or expect them to be non stick. My only positive has been the chili.

  3. Deborah says:

    I’m surprised by the negative comments. So far I have made egg omelets (with tomatoes, mushrooms, and ham chopped up) and the apple crisp with Panko crumbs on top. They both were delicious. I had to cook the omelets a little longer than they said. Also, had no problems with cleaning it. And, no I don’t work for the company! I bought it at Walgreens for $10.

    • Allen says:

      This thing does not work…stay clear of StoneWave cooker. Beware of such promotional reviews.

    • Abra says:

      I like it too! I got it from Frys for $10. Agree about cooking the eggs longer but it DOES work. Maybe no one else knows how to cook or think outside directions. I wish so badly it would cook on the stove though!

    • karla says:

      I love the stone wave cooker. Eggs do take a little longer then the recipe book calls for but they come out fluffy vs.. rubbery if you used any other microwave process. My favorite is the Eggplant Parm. I bring all the ingredients into work and make it for lunch. comes out perfect.

      I haven’t tried pasta yet. Oatmeal works the same as other ceramic based dishes

  4. Anita says:

    One problem with Stone Wave is that it lacks the size required for cooking a sufficient meal for the whole family. Also the nonstick coating is quite fragile and gets scratched if not handled carefully. Another disadvantage of it is that it is designed for use only with the microwave.

  5. Jacqueline says:

    Purchased Stone Wave 2/2/14…as seen on tv for 10…buy 1 get 1 free…was ask to upgrade to deluxe but was NEVER told that it would not be buy 1 get 1 free…so my total order was $26.97…called CS to inquire about price and the “deluxe” size…was given a bunch of Crap!!! oh yeah and was offered $5…WOW…Will never order from them again…Should have purchased it from Wal-mart…

  6. W. Couch says:

    I’m worried there might be lead in Stonewave Cooker. My 900 watt microwave started having trouble with its coating bubbling up and then peeling off after I started using the stoneware pot. Did it cause it to peel? Don’t know. Will see after I get new microwave and try the pot again. Loved the recipes. Cooks great. Cost $10 at Walmart.

  7. Jim says:

    I got my stone wave at the as seen on TV store for $10 . I tried. The egg recipe and experienced the exploding whites. But I know that has to do with the power of the microwave. I also tried various other recipes and haven’t had any problems. I also spray some Pam on the inside to make sure nothing sticks. I’ve been using my microwave for a long time and have used all types of cookware. My best results have come from the Stonewave and the Pyrex brands. Good luck and don’t hate.

  8. sandi says:

    does anyone know if the stonewave cooker is made with lead free products?

  9. Jeniffer says:

    It is hard to believe Stone Wave Cooker could make great souffle.

    • Mike says:

      I bought mine at Walgreen’s instead of online. I made the souffle and it was good. I’ve had good luck with this item and am glad I have it. I just wish it was a little bit bigger.

      • maria says:

        I purchased Stone Wave Cooker, as well, at Walgreen’s, for my Son and for myself. My Son has had a bunch of fun, thinking up new things to cook in this “little” cooker. Just the other night, he shared his recipe of making “the best hamburger he ever had in his life”. He has made numerous “little” meals in his cooker, just by experimenting. Even his children (which are picky eaters) have loved the meals that their Father have made. I do agree, that Stone Wave need to be a lttle bigger in size. Maybe this will happen next year??

  10. David P. says:

    I’ve tried making poached eggs three times while following the directions. e.g. 1/4 teaspoon water, microwave 20 sec, wait 20 sec, microwave again 20 sec. Every time there’s a pop and pieces of the egg white are thrown onto the microwave walls. Has anyone else had this problem?

  11. Lou says:

    Is Stone Wave Cooker a Tajine? can it cook fish or meat?

  12. Donna says:

    This cooker is not worth $30.00. You can buy it elsewhere for under $10.00. The top lid does not precisely fit on the cooker. It slides around, so be careful while moving it. Cookbook is just a pamphlet

  13. Soma says:

    The moment I saw the Stone Wave Cooker I realized that it wasn’t worth it. The cooker is too small in size to cook anything bigger than a radish so I returned it without even trying it out.

  14. Chloe says:

    I believe cooking eggs in the microwave can be difficult irrespective of the cookware you use. If the directions aren’t mentioned, you might try adding about a 1/2 teaspoon of water per egg for better results. Other than eggs, have you tried other items like potatoes, onions etc.? I’d like to know if you experienced issues with other items/recipes too. Thanks.

  15. Suzi P says:

    I ordered this Stone Wave Cooker online after seeing it on TV. I was careful not to add anything extra to my order and got 2 “cookers” for $16.99. They arrived in less than 3 weeks, which surprised me, I expected it to take 6-8 weeks. Overall I am pleased with them, the apples, zucchini, onions, potatoes, etc., I have had good luck. Turned out delicious in minutes. The eggs, I wasn’t as successful, I didn’t have the sticking problem others have had but wasn’t happy with the overall cooking, yellows got hard before whites cooked, etc. I will continue to use them and experiment with my own recipes, so I’m happy. I find myself reaching for them more than I thought I would so that’s good!

    • Joyce says:

      Where did you buy from for $16.99? The only “official” online website I tried was $23.99 for 2. Didn’t order as I thought that was a bit excessive.

      • Pat says:

        Stone Wave cookers can be purchased at Walgreen, Wal Mart and Rite Aid for $10.00 each. You can also get them on Amazon for $10.00 and up with free shipping if you purchase $35.00 or more. If you want to buy three or four that might be a good way to go since shipping would be free.

  16. Carl B says:

    DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. It does not do what they claim it does. As others have stated, I bought it for the sole purpose of making breakfast, specifically poached eggs. After following their exact instructions, and then experimenting with cook times, I found out that it will cook the yolks solid before the whites every bit as good as a small glass dish from the dollar store. As for customer service, it is impossible to get a human on a phone to speak to about it, and the shipping /postage to send it back is not worth what you get on a refund. I wish I would have looked online for reviews before purchasing.

  17. Coney says:

    My mother bought Stone Wave Cooker after checking fake comments posted by the Company. After a week of frustration she gave it to me. If you want to cook eggs effortlessly, this pot isn’t for you. The eggs stick to the sides of the pot and taste like rubber. It’s no different than placing an apple in it and treating it the same way. I dropped the idea of giving such an incompetent cooker to my friend.

    • Let there be light says:

      A word of advice – if you want to find genuine reviews about any product – avoid the websites having the name of the product in the site, like stonewavereviews.com or stonewavecookerreviews.com – these can be manufacturer promoted websites. Also if they have a link to the main product site where you can buy it, that means they are affiliates/partner sites which are paid for selling these crap products to you. Stay away from such sites. Use keywords like complaints, rip-off, scam, fraud with the product name. E.g stone wave cooker scam, stonewave rip off etc. Hope this helps.

  18. Dee says:

    I knew there might be problems with this product, because it’s one of those things advertised on TV, and previous reviews said that it didn’t work well. I thought I’d take a chance. The idea of something that can be put in the microwave to cook some veggies or an omelet, eat out of it and put straight into the dishwasher sounded great, but it has to be in a certain size range. It has to be small enough to go in the microwave but big enough so that you can actually cook. It doesn’t, so thumbs down from me.

    • Amber ryan says:

      When you see the Stone Wave Cooker on TV, you can’t estimate its size correctly. You may assume that its handle is hand-sized, the bowl accordingly proportionate so that you can cook a three-egg omelet, a bowl of soup, or one or two servings of fish or a vegetable easily in it.

  19. Diana says:

    The Stone wave cooker is not more than four inches in diameter and two inches deep. You can just make a one-egg omelet in it. I wonder why it’s so small and why other reviewers didn’t mention this fact of the cooker.

    • Donna A says:

      Interesting – I made a 2 egg omelet in my Stone Wave Cooker with no problems. I’ve used several of the recipes and have liked them all. Since I live alone, this cooker is exactly the right size to cook single servings.

  20. Susan says:

    LMAO…this thing is so tiny, I saw the ad on the tv, may be they show a bigger size on the tv. Not for my family of 5.

  21. Ryan says:

    If you want to make eggs in a microwave you know how tricky that can be, irrespective of the cookware you use. Adding ½ teaspoon of water per every egg is an option if there are no specific instructions given. But it’s interesting to know whether you can get results with other items like potatoes, onions etc.

    Eggs can be cooked in a glass bowl (that costs $1) in a microwave. The glass heats up so that the bottom cooks nicely. It’s recommended that you don’t add any water for a few minutes till the bowl cools down a bit.

    Adding water in the eggs helps too; paying 15 bucks for a bowl with a lid that has a hole in it seems much.

  22. Tiana says:

    Can some one suggest a better alternative to Stone Wave Cooker? from a reputable company

  23. Anita G says:

    Benefits of Ceramic Cookwares over other Cookwares

    It looks good: Ceramic cookware, often available in enamelled or glazed surface, looks quite attractive. It’s available in cool colours to add that dash of glamour to your kitchen and it’s great to serve your guests in too.

    Heat distribution is even: Since heat is distributed evenly, there is no fear of food staying uncooked in some spots and burning in others. In that sense ceramic cookware is a bit like cast iron pots only that it doesn’t need seasoning before use.

    Can be used safely at high temperatures: The enamel coating is often made out of molten glass powder and has a porcelain glaze, which ensures that it can be used at high temperatures. Hence you can use it to sear meats, which needs high temperatures.

    Cleanup is easy: The enamelled finish means food doesn’t stick and residues can be easily wiped away. If there’s food baked to the surface, scouring powder can be used to get rid of it.

    Long lasting: It’s one of the most durable cookware because the surface is not susceptible to corroding and there’s no polishing required. The coating also makes it resistant to breakage, chips and scratches. But ceramic cookware with clay base can be prone to breakages.

  24. john says:

    Be very very careful when ordering Stone Wave Cooker on-line. They offered me an upgrade to buy for $10 each with no shipping which I accepted. Then they offered me 20% larger pieces at $5 more for each one which I accepted, then without allowing you to review your cart, they’ve charged my card and charged for more things than I ordered and no way to modify it. I AM NOT HAPPY!!

  25. Yvonne says:

    I ordered the Stone Wave cooker on Wednesday afternoon. Thought it was cute and unique. 2 seconds (literally) after I hit the continue button I was on the phone with their (so called) customer service. I ordered 2 of the small cookers, 1 of the 20% larger ones and the recipe book. Entered the billing and shipping information–they were two different addresses. I thought there would be a screen to review my order BEFORE the actual order went through. I hit the CONTINUE button and the order went through. You can’t review your order UNTIL you order it! When looking at the order it was 1 small one, 1 large one and the recipe book. Definitely NOT what I ordered.

    The phone number on the web site said to call 800-777-4043. I called the number and it seemed to go to India. I know a lot of companies do this. I told them the Stone Wave order was wrong. Not only did they get the quantity wrong but they had the wrong shipping address. The customer service representative said they changed the order for me and changed the shipping address. I was also instructed to call back in 24-48 hours to confirm the new order. The original order number had 9 digits. He gave me a confirmation number that contained 2 alpha characters and 5 numbers. He said just give whoever you call in 24-48 hours that number and they will be able to look it up. Well, the number he gave me didn’t mean diddley squat to Telebrands. Oh … the original number I called on Wednesday didn’t work on Thursday. I had to call back on Friday to another number that was on one of the web sites and go through to the New Jersey office.

    I talked to a representative in New Jersey and she said the information was in the notes area and she would change it now and gave me a new order number. The number she gave me was 7 digits long. I told her if I went in now it would show the correct information of my order? She said yet. We hung up on the phone and I went online to check the order. The order number she gave me went to someone else’s order. Then I looked up the order by my phone number and my order came up. Wrong shipping address and the order was different than the one she gave me. I called back and got the same customer service representative in New Jersey and she said the address will change over night. When I pointed out the order number she gave me was different and that it went to someone else’s order, she insisted it was the correct number. When I checked the order through my phone number I took down that number. Evidently they just can’t get it together and all have the right information.

    Oh, I might point out she said it would be September 18 before my Stone Wave Cooker was shipped. I complained about that and she said she moved me up on the list and it should be shipped sooner. Somehow I’m not so sure but we’ll see.

    Not happy with Stone Wave Cooker customer service. Hope the microwave cooker turns out to be better.

  26. JR Hayes says:

    Everyone notice that NOWHERE do they say where this Stone Wave Cooker is made? Three guesses..probably China or some other country (that has displaced American jobs) with no regulations on the safety of products! Yeah, it’s cheap..and you get what you pay for! Buy American products..the more people who do, the faster we’ll see those prices come down! Used to be “Made in USA” meant the product was primo in quality and workmanship! Leave this toxic garbage to the folks in cheap-China and Mumble-bai to deal with!

    • CDR says:

      If you read carefully, it says on the box ‘made in China’. Don’t know how much plainer it can be!!

      • Earl says:

        I was given two Stone Wave Cookers as gifts. I will not use them because the glaze doesn’t look good and China has a reputation of glazed stoneware containing lead. I’ll stick with corningware. Stone wave microwave cooker, in my opinion, isn’t worth the possible dangers connected with it.

  27. William DeLashmutt says:

    I was unable to review, amend or remove items on my Stone Wave Cooker order. I called to amend it and the customer service rep told me it was not possible yet it won’t ship for 3-6 weeks. I asked to speak with the CSR’s manager and was refused access. I asked where he was located and he said, “the company is based in New Jersey.” I recognized his accent and told him, “You are NOT in New Jersey. Where am I calling to?” He said, “India.” I knew it.

    Anytime you deal with giving your credit card in advance and can’t review, amend or remove items on AS SEEN ON TV it’s always a pain to get it straightened out.

    I have alerted my VISA card CSR and they totally understood what happened.

    DON’T BE AFRAID TO FIGHT BACK!

  28. CDR says:

    I bought mine at Bed Bath Beyond for $10, & w/their 20% off coupon it came out to be $8. I would never buy anything off TV b/c I know they charge horrendous s&h fees. Mine works fantastic-great pouched eggs & apple crisp. Easy clean up too. Plus it’s attractive sitting on the counter too. And no, I don’t work for the company.

  29. dian says:

    Corningware is truly inert and safe in microwave. If you do not know where stoneware is made, do not cook in it. The risk of lead and other metals is real and can be dangerous especially for children.

  30. Richard Allred says:

    First of all I have not tried the Stone Wave Cooker. I ordered the thing and as others have mentioned (Free shipping was mentioned) however, also as mention at the final window with no pre inspection before order there was a shipping charge and tax added to the $10.00. Tax I expect but after all the free #$%^$@ they add $6.99 shipping.

    About I minute after I hit the order button and then read the receipt, I was on the phone with customer service and (you have to be patient with the East Indian talks with you) you will get a cancellation number. They say YOU have to call back after 48hrs to verify that it has been cancelled.

    I have to say that my wife got me to order this. I normally won’t order and AS SEEN ON TV stuff. I have bought the stuff in stores when it shows up, and have been disappointed even when I get to look before I buy.

    Lessons learned. They sell it on TV to fools. I am one.

    PS am calling my credit card co. to make sure it is cancelled. PLEASE DON’T USE A DEBT CARD FOR ANY ONLINE PURCHASE.

  31. H Wells says:

    Does Stone Wave Cooker contain lead? I read somewhere stoneware has lead in it.

  32. Tanya B says:

    Tried the Stone Wave Cooker, cooked an egg and when I bit into egg it exploded in my face!!!! I now have blisters in my nose and upper lip!!!! Don’t buy this!!!

  33. Not worth it says:

    You spend a fair bit of money on Stone Wave Cooker and eggs come out tasting rubbery. Yes, it helps you cook apples but then you can get the same results by putting it in a microwave dish and cooking. You don’t have to spend this kind of money on it.

  34. Henna says:

    Cooking an egg in Stone Wave Cooker can leave a stubborn layer that you have to take a lot of effort to clean up. In fact you might even need to use a scouring sponge to get rid of it and that’s a self-defeating exercise when it comes to a non stick surface. Cleaning overall is quite a nightmare in this case and makes you not want to use Stone Wave in a hurry.

    • Anne Davis says:

      I cook one whipped egg for 1 minute on high, in a small open glass bowl or porcelain cereal bowl. To avoid the clean-up problem, grease the bowl very lightly before use. The wider the bowl, the dryer the egg gets. For a moister egg, use a smaller bowl with straight sides and cook a few seconds longer. NICE QUICK SANDWICH. Just experiment a little till you get it the way you like it – without spending a lot of money.

  35. Lou says:

    Doesn’t work as expected. You follow the instructions to the T and take all the time in the world when you want to make eggs with it. You even let it sit for more than 30 seconds to ensure that the uncooked egg at the bottom finishes cooking. But in the end the egg cooks up like a tough, solid mass and you can’t even cut into it. That’s quite disappointing to say the least.

  36. Gustov says:

    Just got mine & haven’t tried it yet. After reading the recipe book I have come to the conclusion that the author does not have an adequate command of the English language. Author seems to think that “put on the lid” and “put the lid on” are synonymous. Of course, the former has you balancing the bottom part on top of the lid while the latter has you placing the lid on the bottom part. Also, very limited number of recipes. I’ll be searching the internet for more.

  37. JW says:

    I have not tried this yet. Saw the Stone Wave Cooker ad on TV. Thought it looked interesting. Price was right. However, website is somewhat confusing. Free shipping orders keep coming up. Thought I was just upping the quantity to 4 cookers. When I finally came to the end, there was no window to examine exactly what was ordered. Order was submitted with no way to change. I found I am getting 6 of these things. This is the last time I order things like this online!

    • DRD says:

      I had the same experience as JW. By the time I got thru all the free shipping offers, I had no idea what I had ordered. They offer a larger size Stone Wave Cooker, which I thought might be useful. So, what I wanted was 2 small and 1 large cookers, but as far as I could tell, I was going to get 6 small cookers. The first Totals” page I saw was for like $27….made no sense for all that product. I hit back button, had another totals page for $16. Still not making sense. No button for checking total order in 1 spot, nothing available to contact a customer service dept. Went back to the beginning, got the phone number, called and got someone very difficult to understand, very heavy probably India accent. I explained all, he said he would cancel order, but I wouldn’t be able to check on it for 24 to 48 hours. He gave a confirmation #…..I am now going to check it. Lana, below, got 3 for $30 including shipping…..good deal, as the best I could see was 2 @ $10 each, shipping $16.98, for a $36.98 total. A Rite Aid drugstore near us stocks these TV products, so I could probably, if they get these, get 2 for $20 plus tax, no shipping, ,may not get recipe book or larger size. I may just wait and check there.

  38. Lana says:

    Shipping was quick. Just got mine a few days ago. Love it !! I got 3 for $30 including shipping. Good deal. Cooks great. Made the apple crisp the day I got it. Was delicious & fast. Easy to clean, too.

  39. Dawm says:

    Seems to me you could do the same darn thing with a ceramic bowl and a piece of plastic wrap over it with a small hole in the middle. I could be wrong but I intend to try some of the ideas (like the onion) with my own ceramic bowl and wrap tomorrow.

    • GG says:

      Let us know how it goes

    • Poly says:

      Yeah…Americans are the most gullible people on the face of earth. They fall for anything…no wonder Americans buy from TV. They live longer but miserable.

    • celeste says:

      Plastic wrap has toxins, any plastic products can have toxins. I use no plastic in microwave. I just thought I would let you know. Have a great day.

  40. Naima says:

    This is a fraud

    • a says:

      Could you elaborate, please? Just saying “this is a fraud” doesn’t tell us why. Was there a flaw in the product itself, or were the directions too difficult, or what?

    • Darren says:

      Do you have any clue if this product works? Have you tried it? don’t post a review if you haven’t. You are misleading others by calling it a fraud. You are a big looser.

      • Witty says:

        Well….I need not try this microwave cooker to know it is a scam. Anything that comes from As Seen On TV/Telebrands is scam…most of the times. Also as mentioned by someone above you can use a ceramic cookware and a lid.

    • Carol says:

      I bought the Stone Wave Cooker at Bed, Bath & Beyond and excitedly tried it as soon as I got home. I prepared the onion recipe using Swanson Flavor Boost. The onions turned out to be fabulous However, it didn’t cook omelet that well the next day. I used finely chopped peppers, onions and mushroom with three eggs. They turned out somewhat rubbery but were thankfully edible. I soaked the dishes overnight so I needed 10 minutes to scrub the eggs off the sides and bottoms. This Stone Wave microwave cookware isn’t non-stick as I had expected. It looked much bigger on TV but I was disappointed to see it’s so small. I should’ve opened the package at the store to check the size before purchasing. I may try a couple of recipes more before taking a decision about returning it. As for making eggs again, I have decided to use some other cookware.

  41. John says:

    Great stone ware to have in the kitchen.

  42. Product Questions says:

    Does the Stone wave Cooker really work?

    Is it safe to use in microwave?

    Does it contain lead or metal?

    Are there any health risks of using Stone Wave Cooker?

    Is it truly non-stick?

    Where is the Stone Wave Cooker made?

    • Melissa says:

      No where on the site do they mention where the Stone Wave Cooker is manufactured. I won’t buy it for that reason.

    • KK says:

      Does it cook rice?

    • Paul says:

      I am very skeptical of infomercial products and I don’t buy the reviews they put on sites. I have noticed this – if I search for “stone wave cooker reviews” google shows me all the manufacturer and and their affiliate promoted sites. Most of the sites don’t even have REAL customer reviews. Never fall for such reviews. Go to Amazon.com and read all the 1 and 2 star reviews (complaints rather). Those are the real ones. You have to go through couple of such sites, like this one to actually read the real reviews. I am not buying this product – not because I know it does not work, but because the company is employing unethical means to promote their product and as others mentioned above – follows bad business practices.

    • Stone Wave Cooker Review says:

      I purchased Stone Wave Microwave Cooker as I thought I could cook eggs quickly in it in mornings and clean it up easily too. Fortunately when I used it for the first time I was not in a hurry to leave. I followed the directions carefully, whipped up the egg perfectly and cooked it for the exact time mentioned. However, I saw that the egg was undercooked. I had to let the egg sit in the pot for about 30 more seconds to ensure it was cooked properly. But I found that the egg was hardened and was rather tough to cut and eat.

      The most disappointing part of the cooker was the clean up. I had to use a scouring sponge actually meant for non-stick cookware. I also had to spend more time to scrub the layer off the sides of the pot, which was really stubborn. I won’t be using this cooker for eggs again any time soon. Maybe it’s better for an apple…

    • Sophie G says:

      I tried the Stone Wave Cooker to prepare poached eggs. I followed all the instructions accurately but the results were disappointing. The egg wasn’t cooked properly at all. It was unexpected and put me off. I realized I’ll have to either cook for more time or have a partially raw egg. I decided to cook the egg more, but imagine my surprise when I found it overcooked! I had to cook two more eggs to get one that was not overcooked nor too runny. However, please note that even that egg wasn’t cooked perfectly.

      To add to my woes, cleaning the pot was another dampener. The cooker isn’t non-stick as claimed. The eggs stuck to the bottom and sides as well. Right now it’s soaking in the sink. I thought of trying cooking some other items in the pan but the cook book carries limited recipes.

      Honestly, I’m not happy with this cooker so far. I also feel cheated as I paid $56, which is too much for six pots and their add-on specials.

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