The Black & Decker InfraWave claims to cook up to 50% faster with no pre-heating. It uses infrared radiation to cook the food, allowing for faster cooking times more similar to microwaves than ovens. It has a capacity of 0.7 cu. ft, a digital touch pad, a digital display and a slide out crumb tray. The especially unique aspects of the InfraWave are its ability to 'know' how to cook your food based on the settings you choose.
Input what you're cooking (potatoes, lasagna, chicken, etc.) and the InfraWave oven sets the cook time and temperature. You can even set the oven to alert you at different cook times, depending on style you want. For instance, you can choose 'regular' and 'crispy' and then the oven will alert you when the cook time is done for regular and alert you again when the cook time is done for crispy. There are a variety of preset options available as well so you're not clamoring for the ideal choice.
The InfraWave works by using infrared technology and changes wavelengths depending on what you're cooking. The oven is not a microwave since it uses the higher-energy infrared radiation rather than microwave radiation. The use of infrared makes it a closer cousin to the conventional convection oven.
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