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When it comes to features, the GoWise Air Fryer and Dehydrator takes the top spot as it offers eight functions in one, compared to the NuWave’s seven functions. The GoWise allows you to air fry, roast, bake, broil, grill, dehydrate, keep warm, and preheat. The NuWave doesn’t have the capability to keep food warm, however, unless you’re actually cooking it. Both are designed to be really easy to use with the preset buttons designed to take the guesswork out of finding the right temperature or cooking duration for each type of food you cook in it.
Designed to let you create more than one thing at once, the NuWave Air Fryer has a basket divider which the GoWise is lacking and may make your cooking options more restrictive. However, both machines come with racks that you can use for dehydrating foods or drying herbs.
In terms of safety features, the NuWave Brio has an auto shut-off function that kicks in as soon as you remove the basket drawer from the machine. The air fryer then won’t start back up again until the drawer is properly clicked back into place, the GoWise Air Fryer doesn’t offer this functionality.
So that you can get cooking in no time, the NuWave and the GoWise air fryers have preheat functions, and both also have functions for reheating food too. The GoWise lets you select the preheat function at the same time as the cooking function so that once it’s up to optimum temperature, you simply need to add the food and not worry about anything else. To help you remember to give your food a shake, the GoWise machine has an alarm that tells you it’s time to give your food a move around. You can also silence this alarm if you’d prefer not to use it. The NuWave air fryer in comparison has a timer but no alarm functionality.
If you need all the extra cooking capacity, the GoWise has a 7-quart frying basket. This is ideal for families and it means you’ll be able to cook a whole chicken at once, or four to five burgers. The NuWave Air Fryer isn’t exactly small at 6-quarts (many models are 4-quarts), but at this size, you can expect to fit 2lbs of fries in the air fryer drawer. It makes the NuWave suitable for smaller households.
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Both the NuWave and the GoWise can reach temperatures of 400 degrees Fahrenheit. In terms of easy adjustments, both models let you adjust the temperature in five-degree increments. If you’re using the dehydrating mode on the GoWise air fryer, you can select a temperature between 90 and 170 degrees Fahrenheit and there’s also a timer so you can choose between two and 24 hours for the machine to get to work.
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Both air fryers come with removable racks and air frying baskets that can slide out so that you can tip your food onto a serving plate, and then wash the basket after with ease. The NuWave air fryer does come with a basket divider — something the GoWise is lacking, and the NuWave also has an app that you can download for a whole host of recipes. GoWise’s air fryer comes with a recipe book that has 100 recipes to help you get started on creating tasty dishes.
The good news is that both models have removable air frying baskets so that you can give them a good clean and keep them in top condition. Both are also coated in a non-stick finish so that you won’t need to use lots of oil to prevent your food from getting stuck to the bottom of the basket. Removable parts are suitable for the dishwasher, however, NuWave’s website warns of placing these baskets into a dishwasher because it can damage the non-stick finish.
Both the NuWave and the GoWise air fryers have glossy coatings on the exterior of the machines, these can be difficult to keep clean as they’re not fingerprint-resistant.
When it comes to the warranty, both the NuWave air fryer and the GoWise model offer a one-year warranty.
In terms of features, these two air fryers are pretty much on par. What the NuWave model lacks, however, is a keep warm functionality which would have been a nice addition. Both feature simple displays and preset buttons but the GoWise Air Fryer edges forward slightly because its capacity is one quart larger than the NuWave.
If safety is super high on your agenda, the NuWave’s built-in auto shut-off is a nice addition that the GoWise doesn’t have, and the wattage control is another good feature that the NuWave offers. The GoWise, however, has three dehydrating racks (the NuWave has two) and because it offers slightly more features, it makes it a more versatile option and a great all-rounder.
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