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Stone Wave Microwave Cooker Review

Stone Wave Microwave Cooker Review

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On July 2, 2013
Last modified:January 22, 2014

Summary:

It seems like everyone has a microwave, but really, how often do we use them?  I mostly use mine to reheat food and defrost frozen items, but otherwise, it stays silent. I feel badly about it, because I like that it can cook things quickly, but I’ve found that a lot of food that I make in the microwave just doesn’t turn out all that well.

Then one day a friend told me about this amazing piece of microwave cookware that she found. She called it the “Stone Wave” and said that it did an awesome job of preparing fresh dishes in the microwave, such as eggs, French onion soup, and even chocolate souffles. In fact, she told me that she can make dozens of meals in under five minutes with the Stone Wave.

I had a hard time believing her since nothing ever comes out well for me after I cook it in the microwave, but I decided to give it a try anyway. It actually worked pretty well and now my microwave isn’t just sitting around anymore. While it’s not going to completely replace your other methods of preparing foods, it’s nice if you’re in a hurry and just looking to make something quick.

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How the Stone Wave Microwave Cooker Works

The Stone Wave is a ceramic dish with a stay-cool handle and a nonstick interior. When you cook with Stone Wave, steam vents out the top chimney, while the heat circulates and cooks your food inside. No extra butter or oil needed: Your food cooks in its own natural flavors. Plus, because Stone Wave works in the microwave, you’ll be able to cook a hot meal in minutes, saving you a lot of time.

Since these dishes are all individual serving sized, you can actually fit up to 4 of them in the microwave at once. This allows you to cook dishes for the whole family all at one time.

Size specs:

  • 4.5 inches in diameter around the inside
  • 6.5 inches in length
  • 3.5 inches in height

Cleaning your Stone Wave

The Stone Wave cooker is dishwasher safe, but it’s just as easy to wash it with warm soap and water too.

You can check out the commercial below to get more of an idea on how it works and what you can make with it:

 

 

Pros & Cons

Ok, so Stone Wave has its pros and cons, but really now, this is an ingenious little device that is well worth your money.

Pros:

  • Allows you to make more use of your microwave: no more relegating the microwave to defrosting and reheating tasks!
  • Nonstick surface and steam cooking action eliminates the need for grease and oil. Keep calories down while boosting natural flavor.
  • Don’t waste money on expensive frozen meals and desserts: Cook whatever you like in minutes with Stone Wave, and you don’t even have to use multiple dishes or pans.
  • Handle stays cool for safe cooking.
  • Multiple Stone Waves fit in your microwave at the same time.

Cons:

  • Designed only for microwave cooking.
  • You need to be careful not to scratch the nonstick coating.
  • Small size means you need multiple Stone Waves to cook larger quantities of food.

 

Where to Buy

The best place to get your Stone Wave is from the official website. Here’s why: You”ll be eligible for a money back guarantee (in case you don’t like it for any reason), as well as the opportunity to double your order (two Stone Waves for the same price, just pay extra shipping). You will also get a free recipe book…and trust me, you want this recipe book. All of these recipes take 5 minutes or less to cook and are really tasty.

 

Final Recommendation

Make the most of your microwave with the Stone Wave cooker. This is a perfect option for busy people, as well as singles and seniors who don’t have the time or energy to cook elaborate meals. There are a lot of different recipes you can prepare in this thing, so you will never get bored eating the same dish over and over again.

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26 Comments

  1. This is such an amazing product. One of the issues I find with most microwave products is that the handles get really hot and it burns just trying to take them out of the microwave. I was so impressed the first time I used this because my fingers didn’t get burned. My husband gave these to me as a gift and I love them!

    • Yeah it’s nice not having to use potholders to take something out of the microwave. Definitely a nice feature to have on the Stone Wave.

  2. good and useful information i’ll buy it next time

    • Glad you found it helpful.

  3. I love this thing! I actually saw it on tv and decided that I would buy it, and I think it is great! I never knew that eggs could taste so good in the microwave. It’s great to use when it is hot out, so it does not heat up your kitchen. You will NOT be disappointed if you bought this, it is the real thing! The best thing about it too, is that you do not need to worry about having pot-holders to pull it out, the handle really does stay cold! It’s amazing.

    • Thanks for your review Heather and I’m glad you like it as well. I was also surprised at how good the eggs were out of the microwave. I thought for sure they would have a rubbery texture to them, but they don’t at all.

      • When cooking eggs in microwave, add a little milk to make the eggs stay soft and fluffy. They will not get dry or tough.
        regards

  4. I just have a question… does anyone know what the nonstick surface is made of? any PTFE, PFOA?

    • That’s a good question Laura. I just tried doing a little research and couldn’t find anything on it. I’ll do a little more digging and see if I can find some info for you. If anyone else knows, please share with us.

      Thanks!

      • After I submitted that question I found a description that said the interior was ceramic so I am assuming it is chemical free, not coated with something like teflon. But if anyone knows for sure, I would love to know.

        • Yeah I did see ceramic mentioned as well but I just assumed that was the exterior of the device. That would be great if the interior was ceramic as well though. I suppose that’s probably what it is otherwise they would mention it on the site somewhere if it were teflon or another coating.

  5. I got my stonewave (about a month and a half after ordering it) and had no issues. I was never offered some $80 package either. They work great. Me and my little brother use it for omelets every day. I also made the french onion soup using the recipe guide, which turned out awesome.

  6. This review was very helpful – I will try it out. Thanks.

  7. I really like this product! a friend reffered it to me and it has worked wonders for me! not as quick as a microwave but the quality makes up for it.

  8. Good information about the Stone Wave. I think I’m going to try it out!

    • Definitely give it a shot – you will like it. Let us know what you think if you end up ordering.

  9. This works well cooking many things, but I especially like my morning eggs! Easy and quick when I am low on time.

    • Yeah you can’t beat having eggs ready in under a minute, that I can agree on!

  10. The stone wave is pretty cool and the microwave saves time for people on strict schedules too. I like the shape also. This cooker is one of the most modern things i’ve seen.

    • Yep, definitely a huge time saver for those busy mornings!

  11. The coating question and answer worries me. In the website one of the CONS is: You need to be careful not to scratch the non-stick coating. This implies that the ceramic has a non-stick coating. This is important to me because all of the non-stick cookware that I know of has instructions to discard if the surface is scratched. So, what is the non-stick coating on this cookware??? I don’t know is not an answer.

    • Hi Pat,

      My understanding is that with any pan or cookware, you want to be careful not to scratch the coating regardless of what it’s made of. After doing more research though, I am 99% sure that the surface is only made of non-stick ceramic and does not contain any PTFE or PFOA. I’ve tried looking at not only the official site, but other places that sell it too and all of them only mention ceramic stoneware, not teflon or any other non-stick material.

      I wish I could say I was 100% sure, but right now that’s all I know. I’m just a regular consumer like everyone else, so I don’t have the inside scoop on any of these things and all I can go off of is how the product works for me and the details I see online.

      I’m with you though on wanting to avoid teflon and other toxic non-stick chemicals on my pans.

  12. I got mine for $10 at Hamericks. The only thing I have cooked so far is omlets, and it did a good job. I am single, and cooking for one, so it is a good purchase for someone like me. I would love some recipes that are not included in their book; does anyonoe have some to share? I’m not inventive enough in the kitchen to come up with my own!

    • Nicarol I would also like to have more recipes. Can someone help with this?

  13. Just go mine and have not tried it. The only recipe in the book I would use if the eggs, so I would like more recipes too. I had visions of being able to cook almost anything in it. I am kinda disappointed with the recipes.

  14. I, too, am curious about more recipes. I haven’t used it yet (just got it) but am already looking forward to doing so. If it is as others say, so great, I want to be able to do more with it.

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