What should appear on late-nite infomercial TV last night, but a "feature" on the NuWavePIC (Precision Induction Cooker)?
Twice as fast (1300W)! Uses "up to" 90% less electricity! Excites "invisible molecules" to make heat! FIFTY-TWO temperature settings! Far less cholesterol, saturated fat, and TFA than coil or gas stoves! Real tempered glass! Every bit as magic as a Magic Bullet. https://www.nuwavepic.com/
But wait! TWO cookers, two nonstick skillets, a 3.5Q shallow pan, steamer insert, glass lid AND fondue set, all for three easy payments of $33.33 (plus S&H, hehehe). Heck, you can even get a glass dome to put over it to make it an OVEN!
Who will bite and write a review for us?
all for three easy payments of $33.33
If you add in the extra S&H($30 each) for the two sets of "freebies" the total comes to just under $160.
If you want a PIC, there are several under $150 at Amazon, most of which include free shipping. Max Burton has two 1800 watt models under $90. (The NuWave is 1300 watts.) The MB's are both rated 4/5 stars.
If a product is any good it can stand on its own. It shouldn't need the extra junk, the price of which is also factored into the three easy payments.
Saw that infomercial and googled reviews. Shipping is very high and many people are still waiting for their second sets, or were told they were not available. Apparently the domes break readily, too. Consensus was that an induction burner is a cheaper and better investment.