Price: 3 payments of $39.95. + $29.95 S&H (continental US). Upsells: additional ovens at $31.99 + $14.95 S&H. Mixer & Twister, pay $29.5 S&H for the Mixer. Extender ring $11.65 + $9.95 S&H. Pizza Ring $29.95 S&H. Upgrade to black for $10 per payment. Includes: FREE (per NuWave purchased)...NuWave Oven Complete Cookbook, Quick & Easy Cooking Guide, Set of 25 Gourmet Recipe Cards, Instructional DVD, 1-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty, 2-Year Extended Warranty, Custom-made Carrying Case, & a NuWave Cooking Club Membership.
I'm one of those that loves to throw everything I have at something to see if it works. Sort of like the NuWave Oven Pro. It has the ability to cook using conduction, convection & infrared. And then it cooks the food with a clear plastic oven so you can watch the battle happen.
Claims: According to NuWaveOven.com, the product claims the following:
"The NuWave Oven cooks up to 50% faster than conventional ovens while using up to 85% less energy." "Removes up to 250% more fat drippings."
They also quote HGTV hosts Brandon Johnson & Monica Peterson:
"...a countertop oven that will have you cooking at the speed of light."
Does it live up to the billing?
According to the official product site, the BBB gives them a review of A+. That's a good sign.
Also, for a product with as much acclaim as the NuWave Oven Pro, authentic reviews have been positive. The product itself seems to work according to those who are jumping on review sites. Some are having issues with the plastic dome, which reports have indicated that the company will replace for free.
The consumer reporter for the NBC Affiliate had the NuWave Oven Pro tested out to see if everyday people find it worth their time. Check out the YouTube video to the right. The review was positive.
I typically judge that a product is worthwhile if the majority of the complaints are customer service-based. Someone wrote a scroll on Complaints.com about the online ordering process. Some were lobbying on behalf of their parents/grandparents who were confused by the ordering process. They ended up with an extra $100 in items. Their complaints caused me to to run a test order. The god news is that the NuWave Oven Pro prodcts sites have gone away from the standard online direct response site process that typically puts the credit card capture before the upsell stages. Now, they save the credit card step to the end. Refreshing. (Hope they don't change that since I"ve said something).
Tips on How to Order NuWave Oven Pro Online.
Before you order, please take note of the following. It will save you a few headaches:
1) Don't push "Enter" to get through the upsell stage s - Most online direct response sites are defaulted to say "yes," to purchase an upsell item. This one is no different. If you don't want it, click "no," to be safe.
2) Note the S&H (Shipping & Handling) prices on the upsells - Some upsell products' S&H are more than the price itself. Read it first before you click anything.
3) There's a pretty good chance that if you want the upsell, you can say "no" the first time it's offered - What the site will do then is offer it to you again at the reduced downsell price. - Most upsells are online carbon copies of the scripts the telephone operators use when selling the product over the phone. This means some sites have upsells and downsells. This is one of those sites. At the time of this writing, most all the upsells we saw have an upsell at a reduced price. Be patient.
If you follow those steps, you'll have what you want delivered to you before you know it.
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