As Seen on TV NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop
About this item
About this item
Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.
For portable cooking with precise temperature control, the NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop is a smart choice. It features a lightweight design and uses less energy than other similar products. The NuWave induction cooktop stays cool to the touch, and it can boil water in 90 seconds.
NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop:
- All-in-1 kitchen solution
- Cool to the touch
- Lightweight and portable
- Easy to clean
- Uses up to 70 percent less energy
- Exact temperature control
- NuWave Precision Cooktop boils water in 90 seconds
|Multi Pack Indicator:||No|
|Battery Type:||Does Not Contain a Battery|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||8.8|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||15.9 x 14.4 x 6.1|
Ask a question
If you would like to share feedback with us about pricing, delivery or other customer service issues, please contact customer service directly.
Walmart does not sponsor, recommend or endorse any third party product or service, or any customer ideas or advice.
Questions will be checked against our question guidelines and posted within five to seven business days.
Q. does this have automatic cutoff if there is no metallic pan on top? Also, does it have an internal cooling fan? Is it FCC/ETL approved?
- Yes, yes and yes. The fan is underneath and in the unit.by Jadzea10/19/2015Was this answer helpful? (12) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes to all questions.by Jadzea7/16/2015Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I can say that if the pan is the wrong kind, it won't even turn on and warm up. The pan has to be on it for it to turn on. If you lift the pan up, it will beep for so many seconds and then turn off. I'm not sure about the fan but believe it to be FCC approved. When you set up the temperature you want, it won't turn on till you press the power spot.by Jadzea10/31/2015Was this answer helpful? (8) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- If there is no metallic pan the cutoff safety is still engaged, so yes. Also it does have an internal cooling fan? It also is FFC and ETC approved.by Dave202010/2/2015Was this answer helpful? (6) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes it does have an auto cut off It shuts off after 1 hour of cooking unless you set the timer. Also if you lift the pan off the unit it will shut off and give an "E1" error code in the display. And it does have an internal fan that you can feel running when the unit is on.by ChuckBaker6/29/2015Was this answer helpful? (8) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, it will display E1 and cur off if you remove the pan or try to turn it on without a MAGNETIC pan on it. The FCC id# is on the box and in the manual. It is suggested not to place it beside things it ciuld interfere with.by AAinGA9/11/2015Was this answer helpful? (6) (1)Was this answer helpful?
Q. a reviewer stated it doesnt get hot enough to fry. i wanted this to fry fish on my covered balcony so i dont stickup my apt
- It heats it to between 425F and 575F. I think that is enough to fry fish.by wb5twk10/19/2015Was this answer helpful? (20) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- yes in fact I fried chicken with itby jfisher10/19/2015Was this answer helpful? (17) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I was able to cook a 10oz ribeye steak medium well with a little olive oil and it came out good.by MikeeyB10/1/2015Was this answer helpful? (9) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- It will get hot enough to cook fish, I've cooked several times at 375 degrees with no problem, and it will go above 500 degrees. If you use the enclosed cookware the cooking temperature is accurate. The inductive plate will work with cookware displaying the induction cooking logo.by Gary2610/1/2015Was this answer helpful? (10) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I've used my pic to fry veal cutlet paddy's worked grate in a frying pan.by loneer7010/1/2015Was this answer helpful? (6) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- It should. Mine on high is over 400 degrees and there is a quick sear level above the high temps. I fry stuff all the time.by Jadzea10/19/2015Was this answer helpful? (12) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- If you mean any old pay, NO. The pan has to be magnetic. Check your pans with a magnet. If the bottom of the pan sticks to a magnet (and sticks well) it will work. The run of the mill aluminum pans will not work nor will the stainless steel ones. They are not magnetic.by wb5twk11/7/2015Was this answer helpful? (32) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Any pan that a magnet will stick to will workby MikeeyB11/4/2015Was this answer helpful? (15) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- A good way to check is to see if a magnet will stick to your cookware, if it doesn't, it won't.by Jadzea7/16/2015Was this answer helpful? (7) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, as long as they have flat bottoms and a magnet sticks to the bottom of the pan. I didn't have to buy any new ones. But I do have to get a pressure cooker because mine is aluminum.by jakeranch7/16/2015Was this answer helpful? (6) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- yes, but only if a magnet will stick to the bottom... And the pan needs to set down flat on the machine to work, if your pan has a raised edge around the bottom it will not work.by dilynsev10/26/2015Was this answer helpful? (11) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The best way to answer this question with out me seeing your cookware is, go purchase a magnet and if the magnet stick to the pan then yes it is compatible. It heat your food through induction or in Laymans terms magnetism, hence the magnet test. Hope this helps.by Dave202011/4/2015Was this answer helpful? (13) (0)Was this answer helpful?