NuWave delivers quality induction cooktops which are affordable and have developed a line of with varying features and wattage. The NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop is a popular, energy efficient and economical choice. This unit has flexible temperature settings with 6 pre-programmed settings, a wide range of cooking temperatures (100-575 °F) and temperature adjustments available in 10 degree increments. This allows for 52 different temperature settings. The display panel is simple to use and the controls are conveniently located. In addition, it is compact, lightweight, and reasonably priced. It also offers the safety feature of automatically shutting off when a compatible pot or pan is removed from the burner. This unit uses the least number of watts (1300) of the cooktops we have reviewed.
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- Has six different preset temperature settings
- Can cook at 52 varying temperatures between 100° and 575°Fahrenheit
- Cab be adjusted in 10-degree increments
- Built with programmable stage cooking feature
- Lightweight and compact
- Can steam, sear, slow cook, melt, barbecue, grill, boil, simmer, deep-fry, and sauté
- Has safety features such as auto-shutoff
One excellent attribute of the NuWave Precision induction cooker is that it is a good entry-level unit for beginners.
It performs well in terms of temperature control—you can pick from 100 to 575 degrees Fahrenheit, and can be adjusted in 10-degree increments. This will provide you with a lot of settings, 52 in all. In addition, one can preset up to six different settings, which makes cooking food easier and more convenient.
The controls are in push button form partnered with a LED display situated right at the front. Unlike other single-burner cooktops we have reviewed, NuWave has chosen a circular design for this particular model. This practical design is a nice feature since the cooktop does not use up lots of additional space. It can also serve as a hot plate to keep your dishes warm, so it is perfect for for large or small events.
This is a safe unit to use as well. Safety is always a priority, especially in the kitchen, and this is actually another great benefit of this NuWave cooktop. As soon as a pot or pan is taken away from a burner, the cooker will shut off. There is also a delay function that allows one to cook at a schedule of their choosing. As soon as a program is completed, the burner will switch itself off immediately.
Induction cooking devices are designed to be energy efficient since the heat generated will not go to waste. This is due to the fact that heat is not released into the atmosphere or to other parts of the device. Only the pots or pans on the burner are heated.
The NuWave Precision induction cooktop has excellent features, but there may be some consumers who will find the automatic shut-off a nuisance. This model shuts itself off whenever it perceives a lack of a pot or pan, but for cooking techniques like flipping, the unit will have to be turned on manually after lifting the pan or skillet every time.
While the unit’s circular design provides benefits for space, it may not fit all of your induction compatible cookware. For example, square pans will not fit on this NuWave cooktop. For the most part, though, this specific model has garnered lots of positive ratings from customers, so it seems like a good buy overall.
The NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop is an excellent way to give induction cooking a spin. It has a large number of settings plus safety features, and is quite affordable. Even though some people are not enamored with the circular design, others enjoy that feature because it takes up less counter space. This cooktop will fit the needs of beginners and is a quality product and for its price, a good value.