Product Review: NuWave PIC Titanium Induction Cooktop
Price Range: $150 – $200
Who Would Buy This: Those shopping for a highly-versatile, powerful induction cooktop for safe, energy efficient induction cooking.
The NuWave Pic Titanium 2015 has been designed to be very compact with high portability in mind, taking cooking convenience to a whole other level. The sleek unit measures a mere 14.3 inches wide, 16.2 inches in depth with a 3.6 inch thickness.
With an estimated lifespan of 13-15 years, the NuWave is built using highly durable components, so you can enjoy many years of cooking pleasure without forking out for replacement models in the near future.
True Cooking Versatility
With so many cooking possibilities, the Titanium eliminates the need of having lots of cooking appliances taking up precious counter-top space in your kitchen. Here are seven of the wide range of cooking tasks you can use it for.
Large Heating Surface
The heating surface on this model is 9 1/2 inches, which is 1/2 inch larger than it’s predecessor. This allows you to use even larger cookware than was previously possible.
Finding compatible cookware to use is a cinch. Just check if a magnet can stick to your pot or pan, if it can then you can use it.
To help you make the most out of your new induction cooktop, the following guides and accessories are included in the box.
Guarantee: 1-year warranty.
The NuWave PIC Titanium Induction Cooktop sets a new standard for induction cooking with this new and improved 2015 model which focused on enhancing the aesthetics and increasing the temperature precision for even better cooking results.
This incorporates a highly engineered design in a small, portable unit which packs in the versatility to take care of nearly all your cooking needs from steaming vegetables to frying eggs.
If you’re looking for a cleaner, safer, and more energy efficient way of cooking, the Titanium comes strongly recommended.