Portable Induction Cooktop 1800 Watts. 10 Cooking power settings, 7 warming power settings. 90% Energy efficient! Removable, cleanable air filter. Automatic pan sensing, automatic over-temp shut off. Easy to use push button operation. LED display. Requires the use of induction compatible cookware (sold separately). We recommend a 10" pan for best results, but you could use up to 12" pans as long the pan is kept within the glass, and not over the silicone bead around the edge. 1800 Watt 120 Volt 1Ph TUV, ETLs. Connection: 5' Cord, NEMA 5-15P
Induction cooking heats the pan and food, NOT the air. Induction Cooktops Deliver 90-95%
of the Energy Directly to the Pan vs. Gas (only 25-30%) and Electric Ranges (50%). More energy to the
pan means LESS heat
to your kitchen therefore lower utility bills.
Induction cooktops are Safe. No flames or hot coils. Surface remains cool to the touch even when in use
so spills don't burn on top of surface and it's the best way to prevent burns to hands or fingers, great for homes with small children.
Compatible Induction Cookware - Induction cooking requires induction cookware. In order to create the magnetic field and heat the cookware, the bottom of the cookware must have some iron content, for example stainless steel 18-10, 18-8, 18-0, cast-iron ware or porcelain enamel ware. The best cookware for induction cooking is three-layered stainless cookware.
The best way to determine whether a pan will work is with a magnet. If the magnet sticks to the bottom, the cookware will work on an induction cooktop.
Cookware that cannot be used for induction cooking is glass, copper, aluminum, 100% stainless steel or any other non-magnetic surfaces. Also cookware that is less than 4.75" in diameter cannot be used, therefore cookware with curved bottoms are not recommended as the complete bottom should be in contact with the burner. Flat bottom, inductive ready cookware is the best choice to cook in these cooktops.
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