NuWave is tapping into continuing consumer interest in air fryer and multi-functional kitchen appliances, spotlighting a range of new units with enhanced features and benefits.
Keith Hamden, svp/sales, NuWave, said, “Consumer demand continues to be high for air fryers and multi-functional units, and we are responding with a range of value-added features.”
According to Hamden, one attribute that consumers are clamoring for is size, and the NuWave Brio is addressing this demand.
“The 14-quart Brio is NuWave’s largest air fryer yet,” he said. “It features an integrated digital temperature probe to ensure your foods are always cooked just right. The reheat, warm and delay functions add to the Brio’s ease of use while the preheat, sear and stage functions can help virtually anyone cook like a pro. And with 100 pre-programmed recipes, as well as the capability to save 100 of your own recipes, the Brio can truly do it all.”
The Brio offers a temperature range from 60°F to 400°F in five degree increments, three wattage settings (900 watts, 1,500 watts and 1,800 watts) and includes two cooking racks, a rotisserie kit and fry pan basket. Suggested retail price is $199.99.
Also new is the NuWave Duet pressure cooker/air fryer combo (shown below). The Duet combines a 6-quart pressure cooker and 3.5-quart air fryer and features digital touch pad controls with LED display; the easy-to-use control dial provides complete temperature control. Suggested retail is $199.99.
“For the first time ever, NuWave is proud to offer a digital pressure cooker and air fryer in one powerful, easy-to-use device,” Hamden noted, adding that the unit saves both “counter space and hassle when pressure cooking and air frying your meals in one cooker for moist, crispy results. The intuitive control dial as well as warm and sear functions help even novice home cooks cook like a professional chef. This smart cooker even has 300 pre-programmed recipes built right into the unit— you can cook a different meal every night for almost an entire year without any repeats.”