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New Generation in Cooking™
Flavorwave Oven® Turbo uses Halogen Heat, Infrared Waves, and Convection Cooking
New Generation in CookingTM
Converts electrical energy into intense heat
Seals juices and enhances natural flavor. Twice the flavor in half the time
Moves air around speeding up cooking time and cooks food evenly from all sides.




The Flavorwave Oven® miracle is a breakthrough that turbo cooks all your favorite foods up to three times faster, with no added fat or your money back.

You can even cook frozen solid foods right out of the freezer! Cook mouth watering turkey in 20 minutes rather than 90 minutes, cook Lasagna in 15 minutes instead of an hour, and you can even bake delicious cinnamon buns in just minutes. Whether your food is fresh or frozen, you can bake, broil, roast, toast, sear, brown, barbecue, steam, reheat, and more, faster than ever before.

The Flavorwave Oven® secret is the combined use of halogen heat, infrared waves, and convection cooking, so food is cooked faster and juicier. Fats and oils are removed and food is always cooked to perfection. With Flavorwave Oven® cooking, you could lose weight while enjoying all your favorite foods.

Best of all, Flavorwave Oven® clean up is a breeze - Add warm water, a bit of detergent and set it to self-clean or simply place in the dish washer. Either way your job is done.

Set it to cook and your off the hook! Juicy vegetables, mouth-watering steaks, savory chicken and grilled seafood have never been easier and tastier. Plus it’s perfect for Christmas time when you need the extra oven space just take it your friends or relatives!

 

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Flavorwave Oven® Platinum

NOTE:Order your Flavorwave Oven® Turbo, then choose to upgrade during the check out process.

Platinum Upgrade

The most advanced Flavorwave Oven® Turbo on the market. It performs with the same exceptional qualities of the Flavorwave Oven® Turbo but comes with:


  • Digital Control panel
  • Fan speed control button (Low Med High)
  • Integrated oven top with arm extension device
  • Detachable power cord
  • Sleek design
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REVIEWS
Posted on Aug 7, 2012, 1:11 pm by D

Point me to digital Flavorwave
We have a new gas cooker used for boiling water our Flavorwave does everything else

Posted on Feb 11, 2012, 7:52 am by Brian

Fantistic bit of kit I wish I'd took advantage of ordering extra accesories but unfortunately I can't get a replacement bowl for my flavourwave platinum as a child knocked off the oven smashing the bowl I just hope I can find a replacement quick as I'm missing the fantastic healthy cooking!

THANE DIRECT response: Look under the accessories tab on our main page and select the Flavorwave product.

Posted on Mar 24, 2010, 4:53 am by Denis

Do you sell receipe books for this turbo oven,Apart from the one I received with my oven?

Thane Says... You can purchase a spare Receipe Guide on the accessories section of the website. Please see the following link http://www.thanedirect.co.uk/accessories.php?idp=11543.

Posted on Oct 10, 2009, 7:10 am by Relu

Hey there!

We got the Flavourwave about two weeks ago and we've been using it non- stop since we got it. We are so, so, so pleased with it. It's one of the best things to have in your kitchen! For all the people that are reading the comments, not sure if they should get it, I say: GET IT!! It'll make cooking food so much easier and healthier aswell.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009, 8:32 am by Christinamay

Can you please tell me the capacity of the bowl and overall dimensions?
Thank you.
Regards, Christina

Thane says...the capacity is 11 litres, the diameter is 12 inches (305mm) & depth 6.6 inches (167mm) - Big enough for even the hungriest family!

Posted on Jul 3, 2009, 3:26 am by Larry

I'd like to order but may I know how many days delivery to the Isle of Man? supposed to be a Birthday gift but I don't know if it would make it.

Thane says: I'm afraid we don't deliver to the Isle of Man

Posted on Jun 24, 2009, 2:15 am by Tony

Is the flavorwave extender ring made of glass or is it of metal?

Thane says... the extender ring is metal and will greatly increase the capacity of your Flavorwave Turbo

Posted on Jun 1, 2009, 5:32 am by Lain

Hi there,

The halogen light switches on and off at regular few second intervals. Why does it do this and is there anyway to keep it on?

Thane says...this is completely normal, it's part of the design.

Posted on May 27, 2009, 6:30 am by Curtis

I have an original Flavor Wave oven with a plastic cooking dome. I do not have the luxury of a dish washing machine. Can you suggest a plastic cleaner that will dissolve the food scum from the inner surface of the plastic cooking dome. Or ... better yet, do you provide a glass dome as a replacement?

Thane says...we'd suggest the following method for loosening baked on food and oil from the inside of the plastic dome:
half fill an oven proof dish with water add a sliced lemon then cook on full power. The steam and acid in the lemon will help loosen the grim for easier cleaning. The lemon will also help the eradicate any lingering food smells. As always take care to protect yourself from the steam when removing the dome. Unfortunately we no longer stock this version of the Flavorwave oven so are unable to provide spare parts.

Posted on Apr 21, 2009, 2:22 pm by Loys

I live in Spain/Costa del sol. Do you deliver here, and do you have a cookery book? Looking forward to your reply. If not i will have to buy in the uk and transport by air. Thank you

Thane Says: Great News! That has tied up an exclusive deal with ARKWRIGHTS on the Costa Del Sol to bring your favourite Thane Direct products to the Ex-Pat community without you having to worry about paying to ship the items to Spain! Go to http://www.arkwrights-groceries.com/ for more details or call them to find out what great new items are in stock this week.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009, 3:05 pm by Mrs

I am looking for a replacment bowl for my halogen oven, do you sell
them on there own.

Thane Says: Please follow this link http://www.thanedirect.co.uk/accessories.php?idp=11543 in order for you to place your order for the bowl.

Posted on Apr 16, 2009, 12:56 pm by I

How does the Flavorwave bake on the bottom, ie., cookies, pizzas?

Thane says...It's safe to use conventional bakeware in the Flavourwave for baking cookies. Pizzas can be placed directly onto the rack as you would in a conventional oven.

Posted on Apr 16, 2009, 10:57 am by Sophia

With this machine, can you reheat things like burgers?

Thane says...The Flavorwave Turbo is great great for reheating food including burgers! It can even cook food from frozen! The ultimate in convenience!

Posted on Apr 16, 2009, 7:45 am by Great

I have already bought my flavorwave since one year and i do need a recipe book - How do I do - I live in Mauriitus - Indian Ocean - Waiting for your reply. Thanks and Regards

Thane Says: Please visit www.thaneinc.com for further information on how to purchase this item in your country.

Posted on Apr 14, 2009, 1:13 pm by Miss

Please could i order this Flavorwave by cheque book, as i do not have a credit card. This product is fantastic. I have seen this on tv, and i am trying to get my mother to order one as it is oil free. Thank you. Jemima.

Thane Says: We only accept payment via credit or debit cards only.

Posted on Apr 6, 2009, 5:12 pm by Jacqui

Could you please inform me if it cooks microwave dishes from frozen and how long does this take. I am looking to replace my microwave and am looking for this to do all what your advert says it does plus all that a microwave can do.

Thane says... the Flavourwave can cook food from frozen and is also great for reheating. It uses halogen, infrared and convection to cook food rather than microwaves. This means it works more like a conventional oven...just quicker!

Posted on Apr 6, 2009, 5:01 am by Zilka

Hello There,
I was wondering if one can bake a cake in the FWT with metal oven-proof dish. Thank you for your answer!

Thane says...yes you certainly can bake a cake in the Flavorwave Turbo and because it doesn't use microwaves it's perfectly safe to use metal bakeware, tin foil etc!

Posted on Mar 21, 2009, 10:49 am by Tracey

how do you know how long to cook things and what temp as your receipe book doesnt cover basics like sponges. cheese on toast. microwave meals. so not sure what temp they need and how long to cook them for. do you follow oven temp and time on back of packets.

Thane says...Many basic foods & recipes are included in your user guide and in your recipes book. The general rule of thumb for adapting you own recipes, as detailed in your user guide is that the temperature will remain the same as for a conventional oven but that cooking time is less. You can check the progress of your cooking by looking through the glass bowl or by checking as would with a conventional oven. You'll become familiar with your Flavorwave in no time and wonder how you ever managed without it!

Posted on Mar 20, 2009, 6:22 am by Tina

How much water can you put in the bowl.

Thane says... the capacity of the Flavorwave is an amazing 11 litres!

Posted on Mar 19, 2009, 4:58 pm by Mr.parmar

i would like to know that can you use the extender ring with the platinum oven.because in the photo it looks like the oven has a fixed lid

Thane Says: Yes, the extender ring can be used with both the turbo and platinum.

Posted on Mar 17, 2009, 12:05 pm by Vicky

please can u give me the diameter of the glass dome?

Thane Says: The glass bowl is 6.6 inches in depth and 12 inches in diameter

Posted on Mar 15, 2009, 9:48 am by Tim

I want to replace my micowave oven but was wondering if the Flavorwave could be used for heating TV dinners and if ok to put plastic, styrofoam, cardboard plates or bowls inside the unit.

Thane Says...any ready meal that can be heated in a conventional oven can be heated in the Flavourwave. While the flavourwave decreases cooking time like a microwave it uses a diffenrt cooking method to microwave. You can therefore use tin foil in the Flavourwave but we wouldn't advise using the kinds of plastics, styrofoam or paper that you'd avoid putting in a conventional oven. Please follw the link to the user guide to see full details http://www.thanedirect.co.uk/manuals/FlavorWaveTurbo.pdf

Posted on Mar 13, 2009, 5:22 am by Hassan

Can I know the weight of the oven please?

Thane Says: the Flavorwave Turbo unit weighs 7.3 Kg

Posted on Mar 12, 2009, 10:27 am by Anthony

The glass bowl is OK to clean in the dishwasher, but are you able to remove the glass part of the lid to clean that in say a dishwasher? I know the entire lid cannot go in dishwasher, but can you remove the glass part of the lid in some way to clean that? Also, what are the temp displayed as on the controls, the ad on TV talks in 'F where I prefer the Euro 'C

Thane says:
We would not advise you dismantling your Flavorwave lid as this invalidates your warranty. The Flavorwave have F and C temp markings.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009, 2:27 pm by Carole

Very impressed with the fast delivery the Flavorwave Turbo, on looking at the leafet enclosed it states you can purchase a spare Glass Bowl and also the Roasting rack but cannot see the link for it on your site, can you help please....

Thane says:
When we have stock, the items are here:
https://www.thanedirect.co.uk/accessories.php?idp=11543

Posted on Mar 11, 2009, 7:14 am by J

Does the platinum oven have the same carry to table handles? It looks as if the hood is connected, does the bowl lift out?

Thane says:
No, the Platinum Oven does not have the carry handles, but the bowl can be removed.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009, 12:47 pm by Susie

Can you tell me the height of the turbowave without the lid and if you can invert the lid during storage?

Thane says:
Approximately 20cm.

Posted on Mar 9, 2009, 1:40 pm by Winston

hi just wanted to know if you could use this as a rice cooker i.e using like 5 cups of rice 6 water nd butter would it be as affective as a rice cooker. thanks also wt if the differance between this and the nu wave oven

Thane says...one of the many differnces between the two ovens is that The Flavorwave allows you to cook casseroles, stews, curries etc. directly into the glass dish which can also be lifted out and brought directly to the table as a serving dish. Good question about rice cooking! We've never tried, our customers are also emailing with new and exciting ways to use the Flavorwave, so if any one has successfully cooked rice in it, let us know! Don't forget it come complete with a 30 day money back guarantee so why not give it a try!

Posted on Mar 8, 2009, 6:38 pm by Evan

Hi - I've got the platinum version - the lights (I guess it's the infra red) goes on and off while cooking - Is this normal?

Thane says...yes, absolutely, this is completely normal.

Posted on Mar 3, 2009, 9:51 am by Eva

Is it ok to use kitchen foil in this oven? Some of my recipes require the fish to be wrapped up in the foil. Thanks!

Thane Says: It is perfectly safe for you to use foil in your flavour wave.

Posted on Feb 21, 2009, 1:42 am by Jennifer

Have just purchased a Flavor Wave Turbo Oven. Can stews or casseroles go directly into the glass bowl, or must I use an oven-proof dish inside the bowl?

Thane Says: You can cook you stews and casseroles directly in the bowl.

Posted on Feb 18, 2009, 7:01 am by Halima

I would like to know if my Flavourwave Turbo can bake cakes and if yes, how?

Thane Says: It certainly can, please follow instructions according to your flip recipe book.

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