We bought our first one about two years ago and liked it so much we then purchased a second one. In fact, we are so impressed with induction cooking that we turned off the gas to our stove, installed a hard top on it and we now use the two NuWave Pro units all the time.
Last summer we bought our third for use in our camper (RV), but we opted for the smaller (wattage) unit for that. In fact just last week I found a 3500w (not NuWave) unit to use in my beer making and intend to get another NuWave as a side "burner" for that. These do work differently than conventional cooktops and learning how to use them is important as it is with anything new. You must educate yourself.
I'm not sure what all the fuss is about "expensive cookware." We just use our stainless cookware most of the time. I did find a really nice porcelain lined pan that was "induction ready" and bought it, but only because I wanted it, not because I needed it. I've learned to start at a lower setting and work up to my desired cooking temperature for meats and vegetables, but the heat control is steady and curates as far as I can tell.
So anyway, we now have four induction cooktops and see more in the future for us. I was watching Triple "D" on Food TV last week and these are coming into the professional kitchens now due to the fact that they won't overheat your kitchen.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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