As Seen On TV: ConvecTop Convection Cooking Lid Commercial Review

    The Product: ConvecTop Cooking Re-Invented

    The Promise: “Reduce cooking time up to 50%!”

    The Price: One ConvecTop lid and 9″ ceramic pan for a total of $59.85.



ConvecTop Convection Cooking Lid Commercial Review



The ConvecTop is a really neat product. It essentially allows you to perform convection cooking with any pot or pan that it can fit over which is much more cost effective than buying a convection oven. (If you have ever seen the prices on convection cookers you know what I mean!)

Instead of using a pitchman, the folks behind the ConvecTop wisely decided to let the product speak for itself. They did a great job describing the benefits in a clear and concise manner.

The price of the ConvecTop offer seemed a bit pricey to me at first, but I soon realized that compared to buying a full convection cooker, it would almost be a steal!

My only complaint throughout the ConvecTop TV commercial was the soundtrack that they used. (It reminded me of a fitness infomercial spot!) Otherwise, this spot was top notch.

Overall I was pretty impressed with the ConvecTop commercial and am excited to give it a try when my order comes in.

If you like the idea of convection cooking but don’t want to deal with the price, do yourself a favor and click the big yellow box below to get your ConvecTop today!



What are YOUR thoughts about ConvecTop? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

2 comments

  1. me and xbox gameing

    I don’t care whether its black or not

  2. Shane Trusty

    The #ConvecTop convection cooking lid that lets you turn any pan into a convection cooker! (Now if they had only used a standard #asseenontvsoundtrack instead of the type of music you’d hear in an exercise #infomercial)

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