NuWave PIC2 w/ Ultimate Package Including Free Flavor-Lockers
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- The PIC2 has 6 different pre-programmed temperature settings, but has the flexibility to cook at 52 different temperatures between 100°F and 575°F, adjustable in 10-degree increments.
- The PIC2 is equipped with programmable stage cooking functionality with up to 100 hours of program memory and performance.
- Versatility to boil, simmer, deep-fry, stir-fry, saute, steam and sear, slow cook, barbecue, melt and grill.
- The PIC Ultimate Package includes 1 3.5-quart Stainless Steel Pot with premium vented tempered glass lid, 1 Stainless Steel Steamer Basket, 1 9-piece Fondue Kit, and 1 10.5-inch PerfectGreen Fry Pan, which can be used with the glass lid too.
- The Flavor-Lockers package includes 1 .7-quart container, 1 1.4-quart container, 2 vacuum seal bags, 2 bottle lockers and 1 handheld pump for sealing in freshness.
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The NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop 2 (PIC2) offers precise temperature control, adjustable in 10-degree increments. With a minimum temperature setting of 100°F and an upper limit of 575°F (Sear), the PIC2 offers a wider temperature range than competitor models. This permits the appliance to act as more than just a cooktop.
The NuWave PIC2 does the thinking for you. It offers state-of-the art programming technology with 100 hours of memory that allow you to prepare complex recipes with ease.. A "Delay" function allows you to initiate cooking when it's most convenient for you, including an automatic shutoff function when cooking time is completed.
The NuWave PIC2 was engineered with a circular design scheme, doing away with excess space that serves no cooking function. The PIC2's round design also echoes the traditional feel of an intimate gathering place like the kitchen or dining room table. Mealtime is about community and the PIC2 was designed with that idea in mind.
Despite its portability and compact size, the NuWave PIC2 offers a large cooking area, measuring 9 inches in diameter. In this case, bigger is better, with the PIC2 allowing for greater diversity in cooking vessels and portion sizes. The product also comes with unrivaled customer support and free value-added resources such as lifetime membership to the online Precision Cooking Club. This invaluable tool features recipes, tips and tricks from the NuWave Culinary Team, designed to help you make the most of the PIC2 cooking experience!
*When purchasing the NuWave PIC2, verify that the seller is an authorized distributer. Houseware Connection is an authorized seller of the NuWave PIC2 and all NuWave products.
Top Customer Reviews
Basic difference: PIC 1300W, 10 sec increment; PIC2 1500W; 10sec, PIC Pro, 1800W, 5 sec timer increment.
I have tried 2 other brands, brought a set (or pieces) of stainless steel, carbon steel, Teflon coated, cast iron, and enameled cast iron.
Review: NONE of the PICs I've used (or seen tested) cooks completely uniformly....with any of the aforementioned pans. There ARE hot spots in all of them. Cook 2-3 chops, chicken breasts, hamburgers, fried eggs or even a pancake to see if it is just me.
NuWave is the only one that has precise control of temp, programmer and range down to 100 deg.
Cold foods will significantly reduce the pan/pot temp. Should be 'near' room temp and above the desired temp when starting...especially for deep frying. Saw someone on TV 'nuke' his chicken before dropping in Deep Fat. BTW, keeping oil at 350-375 helps and better than regular stove top; but, the crumbs/bits of food items that fall off will continue to 'COOK' and will burn eventually. Maybe for Deep Fried I'll try partially cooking in my Induction Ovens 1st. Also, unless your cooking like KFC or Captain D's you won't be able to re-use the oil. Heating isn't the only thing that'll break down your oil.
A lot of homes still use 15amp circuits and 110-115V and even when using a 20amp circuit they'll use a 15amp socket. Also, things like Lights, Refrig, etc are on same circuit. And further as a resident, we'll plug into a 15amp circuit breaker.
I've left my NuWave PIC at the 100 deg mark for 2 hours...and the food had gotten cold. Conversely I've left my DuxTop on 140 deg (it's lowest setting) and the food was starting to stick and dry out after 40min.
The NuWave PIC gets the edge for the temp range, though below 245 ALL were not accurate. But the programmer really can't be used from start of cooking say for rice or stews because the time to get to that 'Turn-Down' to simmer cannot be accurately guessed.
Does anyone know of someone using the 'regular' $2k+ induction cooktops??
Overall, I love my PICs
CAUTION: Timing depends on pot and quantity of course and I previously tested what would work.
The stainless pans that came with them are high quality every bit as good as much more expensive ones.
Would be lost without my NuWave PIC2. No longer use the stove in my Texas kitchen - much much cooler AND SAFER.