NuWave PIC Flex & 9-inch Duralon Fry Pan - nuwavehome
NuWave PIC Flex & 9-inch Duralon Fry Pan - nuwavehome
NuWave PIC Flex & 9-inch Duralon Fry Pan - nuwavehome
NuWave PIC Flex & 9-inch Duralon Fry Pan - nuwavehome
NuWave PIC Flex & 9-inch Duralon Fry Pan - nuwavehome
NuWave PIC Flex & 9-inch Duralon Fry Pan - nuwavehome

NuWave PIC Flex & 9-inch Duralon Fry Pan

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What You Get

9-inch Forged Fry Pan

 Recipe Book


Dimensions: 10" (L) x 12.5" (W) x 2.25" (H)

Weight: 9 lbs

Voltage: 120 V

Wattage: 1300 W

Manual & Warranty Information

User Manual (English)


User Manual (Spanish)


Quick Start Guide


Energy Efficient

Unlike stoves that heat the whole area around the cookware, the NuWave PIC Flex generates heat directly in the cookware itself.

Wide Temperature Range

Keep sauces warm at temperatures as low as 100°F, or sear steaks at 500°F all in the same appliance.

NuWave PIC Flex Overview

Precise Temperature Control

When using a traditional gas or electric stove, there’s no way to know at what temperature you’re cooking. You simply have to guess from vague settings like Low, Medium, and High, leading to potentially undercooked, overcooked, or uneven results. With a wide temperature range, adjustable in 10° increments, the NuWave PIC Flex Induction Cooktop can cook as low as 100°F and as high as 500°F.

Safe & Efficient

The PIC Flex Precision Induction Cooktop cooks with no open flames or hot coils. Plus, it automatically shuts off as soon as you remove your cookware from the cooktop, making the NuWave PIC Flex the safer choice. The PIC’s induction reaction generates heat directly in the cookware itself. That means virtually no wasted heat around the cookware, so the area around your cooktop remains cool to the touch, virtually eliminating the risk of accidental burns.

Portable Cooking

Unlike your old gas or electric stoves, you can take your NuWave PIC Flex Precision Induction Cooktop with fry pan with you when you travel. The NuWave PIC Flex Induction Hot Plate even has adjustable wattage to ensure you can cook even when electricity is limited. And because the NuWave PIC Flex is 30% smaller than the NuWave PIC Gold, you can enjoy advanced induction technology even on a crowded countertop or in tight spaces.


How can you clean the NuWave PIC Flex induction cooktop?

When the PIC Flex is cool to the touch, simply wipe the glass top with a damp cloth to remove food. You can even purchase a special glass induction cooktop cleaner that will work with the PIC Flex precision induction cooktop. It’s always important to be sure that the surface is clean before every use, so there is no food buildup as the food cooks on the NuWave PIC Flex.

What functions are featured on the NuWave Flex precision induction cooktop?

The NuWave PIC Flex induction cooktop gives you the ability to cook, fry, steam, sauté, slow cook, fondue, and roast food. You may adjust the cooking temperature anywhere from 100°F to 500°F in 10°F increments. The PIC Flex allows you to set a timer, choose stage cooking functions, and select the ideal wattage for your recipe.

What are the benefits of the NuWave PIC Flex?

The PIC Flex precision induction cooktop is an energy-efficient countertop appliance. The PIC Flex wastes no extra energy heating up the entire surface. Instead, it only heats the cookware. The PIC Flex is small enough to be stored on your kitchen counter, so it’s ready to use for all your meals. When you remove the induction cookware, the NuWave PIC Flex induction hot plate will automatically shut off - also saving energy. You may also select a precise temperature to cook your food.

What are some of the best NuWave PIC Flex recipes to make with the induction cooktop?

When you purchase a NuWave PIC Flex, you will receive an entire cookbook filled with precision induction cooktop recipes. Some of the most popular NuWave PIC Flex recipes include Pan Seared Filet Mignon and Mashed PotatoesChicken SatayMeatball SandwichesSeafood PaellaChocolate Caramel TurtlesBLT SaladSavory Cheesy Grits, and Korean-Style Grilled Flank Steak.

What other precision induction cooktops can you order from NuWave besides the PIC Flex precision induction cooktop?

At NuWave, we offer a wide selection of countertop appliances, including our line of induction cooktops. Besides the PIC Flex precision induction cooktop, we have the PIC GoldPIC Pro Chef, and PIC Double. See our Mosaic precision induction wok as well for an alternative small kitchen appliance.

What type of cookware should you use with the NuWave PIC Flex?

The NuWave PIC Flex induction cooktop pairs perfectly with our lines of non-stick cookware. Both the 9-piece set of stainless steel Pro-Smart Cookware and the Duralon Blue Cookware 12-piece set are excellent for induction cooktops. Each of our induction cookware sets come with a variety of pots, pans, and tempered glass lids.

Customer Reviews

Based on 678 reviews
Tim Layne
Nuwave pic flex

This is a great addition to the kitchen, it boils water faster than my stove top. I’ve also used it camping. Not sure why I waited this long to purchase it.

William DeMattia

still haven't got it

My old PIC is 10 years old

I love cooking on my PIC so much thst I hardly use my gas stove at all. I can't wait for my new one to come.

10 years

I've had my pic gold for almost 10 years, in use everyday and still works great.

Mel Curtiss

Smoke is too dark by the start button and could work better mounted -on the front or ,

Alan Cates
Good & Bad

I like mine. Easy to clean and handy to use.
But temperature control is non-existent. With cast iron, stainless steel, and induction cookware and setting the TEMP to 175F the cookware will spike to 350F or 400F then cool to ~100F and bounce around. I use an infrared thermometer and manually control the temperature.