NuWave comes up with NuWave PIC Titanium as a replacement model of the older NuWave PIC Pro. These two products are both considered as the beauty and the beast; they both look elegant with their design, yet they both are equipped with the highest power compared to other NuWave’s induction cooktop appliances. So, what are the differences between NuWave PIC Pro and NuWave PIC Titanium?
Well, as the updated version, NuWave PIC Titanium boast a newer design. It comes with beautiful strokes of white circles and lines, while the older model NuWave PIC Pro has a combination of red and white in colors on top of the black surface. The layout of the buttons, however, does not experience any real change, and they both still use a digital display. About the system and features, NuWave PIC Titanium is much-less still the same as the NuWave PIC Pro. They both work with 1800 Watts power, the highest one between NuWave’s lineup of induction cooktops. NuWave PIC Titanium has larger heating surface than the other models, 9.5 inches, so its total cooking surface is quite wider with 12 inches. It is better in accommodating bigger pots and pans. Also, it has a new delayed shutoff feature that would be very handy when cooking various meals; once you remove a cookware from the cooktop, you are able to replace it immediately with another pan within 10 seconds and continue cooking without having to restart the device.
NuWave PIC Pro Vs Titanium
|NuWave PIC Pro||NuWave Titanium|
|Key differences||- PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR COOKWARE WILL WORK WITH THIS UNIT. IF MAGNET STICKS TO BOTTOM OF COOKWARE IT WILL WORK. 1800 watts of power - can boil water in less than 1 minute
- Larger heating surface 9 1/2 inch; original PIC is 9 inch
94 temperature settings
- 5-degree temperature increments - even more temperature control; original PIC can adjust only in 10 degree
- 2 year warranty||- Extremely precise 5-degree temperature increments - even more temperature control; original PIC can only adjust in 10 degree increments. 1800 watts (highest of all cooktops)
- NuWave engineer's the unit to meet an average lifespan of 13 to 15 years.
- Uses induction ready cookware.
- This unit replaces the PIC PRO with a new name and a sleeker look with a few engineering updates|
|Customer Ratings*||4.6 out of 5 stars||4.0 out of 5 stars|
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Though NuWave PIC Pro and NuWave PIC Titanium are very similar to each other, it is generally better to choose the newer model due to the updated design and services. So, NuWave PIC Titanium should be your way to go.