As Seen On TV: Magic Steamwave Review


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    The Product: Magic Steamwave

    The Promise: “Turn Your Microwave Into A Food Rehydration Machine!”

    The Total Price: One Magic Steamwave with bonus Steamwave caddy for a grand total of $21.98.

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Magic Steamwave Review


What Is The Magic Steamwave?

The Magic Steamwave is a specially designed dome lid with a place on top to add water. This creates a convection oven like environment that will quickly cook, reheat, and rehydrate your food in the microwave.


What Makes The Magic Steamwave A Good Buy?

Although you can create a similar cooking environment by covering a large dish and adding water, the Magic Steamwave really is handy as you simply fill it and throw it on whatever plate your cooking in the microwave oven with.


Does The Magic Steamwave Have A Special Offer?

Bonus Steamwave Caddy with purchase of the Magic Steamwave.


Magic Steamwave Total Price Breakdown

1 Magic Steamwave for $10 + $5.99 shipping and handling + 1 bonus Steamwave Caddy for an additional $5.99 shipping and handling for a minimum purchase price of $21.98 before tax.


Magic Steamwave Lowest Price

The lowest price to get this Magic Steamwave offer is from the Magic Steamwave website.

(Alternatively, you can see if you can find it cheaper at walmart.com by searching in the box below:)




Where To Buy The Magic Steamwave?

The Magic Steamwave is currently not available in stores. You can only get this specific offer by clicking any of the big yellow boxes on this page to visit the official Magic Steamwave website.


Does The Magic Steamwave Have A Warranty or Guarantee?

The Magic Steamwave comes with a full 30 day money back guarantee minus the costs of shipping and handling.


Magic Steamwave Customer Service Information

Telephone: 844-260-1488

Email: magicsteamwavecs@worldpackusa.com


Does The Magic Steamwave Really Work?

We are happy to report that the Magic Steamwave really does work as advertised. It did an excellent job cooking a whole chicken for us but where we felt it really shined was how nicely it rehydrated leftovers. (Specifically rice, stuffing, and potatoes!)



Magic Steamwave Review: Our Conclusion

Wrapping up, the Magic Steamwave proved to us that it can do what it was advertised it could do. We liked how it cooks new food food like a convection oven but love how well it heated up and rehydrated our leftovers.

We definitely recommend this for anyone who does a lot of reheating in the microwave that wants moist, delicious leftovers that taste like a fresh meal. (So if that happens to be you, be sure to do yourself a favor and click that big yellow box below to get YOUR Magic Steamwave now!)


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Magic Steamwave As Seen On TV Commercial Screenshots


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

Posted in As Seen On TV Reviews, Commercials, Frontpage
14 comments on “As Seen On TV: Magic Steamwave Review
  1. Luke Borrego says:

    Fiiirrrsssttt!!!Like if you cruy evriteme.

  2. InfiniteCreeper says:

    Why not cover it with a bowl

  3. TheUltimateRacer2 says:

    0:10-0:12 LOL!

  4. Sam McArthur says:

    Why don’t you just use a big bowel

  5. nishihs says:

    or…put….any plastic lid over your food…

  6. Ella ellyie says:

    My god, WHY THE HELL BOT JUST PUT A PLASTIC BOWL OVER THE DAMN FOOD?? BOM! U dont need to pay for any dumb ideas xD

  7. Jon C says:

    I don’t think a regular lid or bowls keeps the food moist? from my experience it still dries out…. i’m excited for the product personally

  8. William T says:

    The tabs appear to keep it raised off the floor of the microwave? This means steam escapes unless used with the caddy. But who wants to snap all of those pieces together just to re-heat a plate of food? Overly complicated. I think the new Steam Dome by Telebrands is a better product, simpler design, has handles incorporated into the dome and appears easier to break down for cleaning. Steam Dome’s condensation channel is also a great addition. There is a definite need for this; a simple bowl or wet paper towel will not deliver the same results.

  9. Isha Dewitt says:

    You could simply put a lid on the container

  10. Mckayla Moskal says:

    0:34 lie! She didn’t even cook it!

  11. Kenneth Liu says:

    Why would anyone microwave food with paper towel?

  12. lslavychecker says:

    THAT IS GREAT FOR MICROWAVE OVEN-HAS OPENING FOR THE STEAM TO ESCAPE IF NEEDED ….AND CAN ADD THE WATER FOR EXTRA STEAM..

  13. Michael Setyawan says:

    Good idea! But this video is questionable…

  14. sweetiepea13 says:

    0:44 What the hell was that?

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