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How many are using a NuWave oven? I just got my NuWave pro plus oven on Friday and have used it twice (chicken and burgers) it doesn't heat up the kitchen. I love this thing. It is quick food comes out juicy.

After reading some reviews I was a little apprehensive. Ordered the new one with the yellow plastic dome seems the clear one sometimes crack the yellow one has a 3 year warranty and is a different plastic. I can't wait to get back on the road and use it in the RV.

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I've had mine almost two years and use it almost daily. I love it. Between that and my instant pot - I've not used my stove top or convection oven but a couple times/year. Negative.... I can't seem to bake worth a darn in it. But on the bright side.... less sweets in the house.

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I've had mine almost two years and use it almost daily. I love it. Between that and my instant pot - I've not used my stove top or convection oven but a couple times/year. Negative.... I can't seem to bake worth a darn in it. But on the bright side.... less sweets in the house.

 

Instant pot? Not sure what that is....

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I have the nu wave induction cooker. I love that since it doesn't heat up the space and it just does a darn good job. But I was also apprehensive about the oven I saw advertised. I must have read the same reviews, because everyone was complaining about the dome cracking, and that nu-wave wasn't doing anything to recompense. I did not know they have now come out with a different plastic in the dome. Do you know how it does on battery draw? or do you only use it with shore power? THX! Leslie

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Do you know how it does on battery draw? or do you only use it with shore power? THX! Leslie

 

I looked into these once, but I didn't feel it was practical for my setup. It pulls around 40amps on battery. (Not taking into account the inverter overhead). Cooking anything of any size would take too big of a chunk for my taste. I know it goes against all "healthy living" conventions, but I also wasn't too fond of having all the juices and such ending up in the bottom of the oven doing their "air" cooking.

 

There used to be a google docs power consumption chart in Kw, but I can't seem to find it again.

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