Some kitchen fads are just a lot of hype. But for anyone who’s ever operated an induction stovetop, it’s clear that this is the innovative future of modern cooking. Induction stovetops like NuWave heat twice as fast using less than half the energy. It makes cooking faster, easier, and more precise than ever. Unfortunately, most induction systems cost thousands, and require a full kitchen renovation. That’s why, until NuWave introduced it’s portable precision cooktop, you could only find them in Michelin-star kitchens and Beverly Hills mansions.

The NuWave 2 Precision Induction Cooktop is the common cook’s first chance to try induction cooking in his or her own home without taking out a second mortgage. With all the speed and control of high-end, professional-grade equipment, NuWave delivers results without the investment. And, because induction power comes from magnetic vibration, it stays cool to the touch, making it safer for any family home with pets or children. And it’s better for your whole world too. NuWave Induction Cooktop Saves energy for greener living and lower bills. In fact, induction cooking uses up to 70% less power than traditional cooking.

Lightweight and portable, NuWave gives you the freedom to set up your induction kitchen anywhere. And its powerful, precise heat has a variety of uses. NuWave works as a grill, deep fryer, steamer, slow cooker, fondue maker, and rice cooker. It even comes packaged with a full cookbook, instructional DVD, and $600 worth of compatible cookware. You’ll quickly learn how to make almost any meal and use 52 temperature settings for delectable perfection.

Some culinary fads heat up only to cool off. NuWave Induction Cooktop gives real people a chance to cook like gourmet chefs and change their kitchens forever. Quickly becoming the world’s most popular cooking method, we’re willing to bet induction cooking is here to stay. See for yourself, with NuWave.

Pros

  • Harness the future of cooking without the price tag
  • Heats pots and pans in half the time
  • Magnetic force saves energy and prevents accidents

Cons

  • Extremely popular item can run out of stock
  • Some cookware may not be compatible (check site FAQ)