Good technology brings simpler life. Good cooking brings delightful life. Combine good technology with good cooking and you get a delightful, simpler life. NuWave is one manufacturer that does very well in combining technology into cooking devices. They have great innovations. Their products have made cooking to be much easier and quicker to be done. Recently, they have introduced some new oven models that use infrared heat to cook. The product has been praised for being able to cook all parts of a meal evenly and quickly. However, since such kind of product is not very new anymore, there are several models available on the market right now. This time, we are going to compare the two newest convection oven models from NuWave, the NuWave Oven Pro and the NuWave Oven Pro Plus.
Between the two products, you may have guessed that NuWave Oven Pro Plus is the more expensive one; the “Plus” on its name should mean something, after all. However, the price difference between having the Oven Pro and the Oven Pro Plus is not actually very far. Both of them use the similar mechanism of convection heating which utilizes infrared wave, so the quality of the heating should be pretty much the same. But, NuWave Oven Pro Plus is slightly taller than the Pro only model, so it should be able to manage some more foods.
Also, the Pro model only has a temperature range of 107 degrees Fahrenheit to 342 degrees Fahrenheit, while the Pro Plus model’s temperature range is from 100 to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. The Pro model boasts of having 85% more energy efficiency with 50% faster cooking than common ovens. On the contrary, the Pro Plus claims to save 75% more energy than normal ovens while being able to cook 70% faster. Even though the energy saving rate is slightly lower, the Pro Plus takes a considerably less time to cook, so it makes an efficient usage, too. Even more, the Pro Plus has a few more features, like Delay Timer to automatically begin cooking at an exact time, also Warm and Reheat settings to handle your meals.
NuWave Oven Pro Vs Pro Plus
|NuWave Oven Pro Vs Pro Plus||NuWave Oven Pro Vs Pro Plus|
|Key differences||- Features: Uses conduction heat, like a conventional oven, convection heat, which circulates hot air around the food, and infrared heat, which penetrates food, cooking on the outside and inside simultaneously
- Other: Bake, broil, barbecue, roast, grill, steam, dehydrate, and air-fry all in one convenient appliance
- Controls: Digital controls with 10 convenient power levels that cook between 107 degrees F and 342 degrees F
- Cooking time: 10 hours of maximum cooking time with reheat setting
Power: 1500 watts||- Includes upgraded amber PEI dome, black base and digital panel, 2 cooking racks, porcelain enamel liner pan, and stainless steel extender ring
- Uses conduction, convection, and infrared cooking technology
- Settings for warm, reheat, delay and up to 10 hours of cooking time
- Digital temperature control from 100 to 350 degrees F in 1 degree increments
- 75% less energy & 70% faster cooking|
|Customer Ratings*||4.3 out of 5 stars||4.7 out of 5 stars|
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All in all, NuWave Oven Pro Plus holds much more benefits than the NuWave Oven Pro. Therefore, it should be the wiser way to go, and a little extra expense with the model should be worth the value