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Rosewill 1800 Watt Induction Cooker Cooktop , Included 10" 3.5 Qt 18-8 Stainless Steel Pot, Gold, RHAI-16001

by Rosewill
Price: $51.01 Buy Now

  • Polished A-grade Crystal Plate Surface; LED Large Screen Display, 4 digits; Built-in Digital 3-Hour Timer setting; Touch Control Panel
  • 8 Temperature Settings from 150 to 450 °: 150 °, 200 °, 260 °, 300 °, 350 °, 400 °, 425 °, 450 °
  • 8 Power levels from 300 to 1800 Watts: 300w, 500w, 700w, 1000w, 1200w, 1400w, 1600w, 1800w

Product description

Cook with the power of a magnetic field. If you can stick a magnet to your cookware you can cook with our Induction Cooktop. Induction cooker is an energy Efficient cook top. Your cookware heats up faster thus reduce your cooking time. It saves your time, money and use of energy. It also features a three-hour timer setting, beautiful polished crystal plate surface, 1800W and heat up to 450 °F. With the Induction Cooktop, you can braise, deep frying, stir frying, roast, fry, and even boil water. Try our new design Rosewill elegant induction cooker today!

   Color: Black with Gold Pattern
   8 Power Levels from 300 to 1800 Watts: 300w, 500w, 700w, 1000w, 1200w, 1400, 1600w, 1800w
   Polished Crystal Plate Surface
   LED Large Screen Display, 4 Digitals
   8 Temperature Settings from 150 to 450°F : 150°F, 200°F, 260°F, 300°F, 350°F, 400°F, 425°F, 450°F
   Three-Hour Timer Setting
   Touching Control Panel
   Cookware Suitability Detection
   Stainless Steel Pot Included
   Overheating Protection Function
   Max. Support Weight: 17.6LBS
   Safety Compliance: ETL/FCC
   Stainless Steel Pot
   Pot Opening Size: 10.83"
   Pot Bottom Size: 7.6"
   Pot Depth: 3.54"
   Capacity: 3.5 Quart

Please Note: Not every cookware piece will work with induction cooktop. If a magnet sticks well to the sole of the pan, it will work on an induction cooktop. Please avoid using any cookware made with aluminum, glass or copper.

True Induction TI-2C Cooktop, Double Burner, Energy Efficient

by Sequoia Brands, Inc
Price: $279.99 Buy Now

  • True Induction is the choice cooktop of Winnebago and many other RV manufacturers
  • Requires cookware that is induction compatible. Works with most stainless steel and cast iron cookware. If a magnet sticks to bottom of pan it will work. Optimal cookware has a flat bottom and a diameter of 4.5" - 10" inches
  • The True Induction includes easy to use controls, True Induction's patented power sharing technology as well as numerous safety features including auto pan detect

Product description

True Induction cooktops are like no other in the industry. With simple and intuitive controls and power maximizing technology, you will be cooking with gourmet results with speed previously unattainable. True Induction's smooth ceramic-glass cooking surface is not only the most modern looking dual cooktop on the market, but is also extremely simple to keep clean. True Induction combines form and function in a cooktop with enough power to boil water in less than a minute.

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Pros and cons of induction ranges and cooktops 06/23/15, via

Magnetic cookware, or more accurately, induction-capable, is needed for induction to work. If a magnet strongly sticks to the bottom of the pot, it will work with an induction cooktop. Some stainless-steel cookware is induction-capable, and some isn't.

Create the perfect kitchen for you 07/02/15, via

What makes some kitchens a joy to be in, whether you're the one cooking or a guest perched at the island? And why do other kitchens fall short even when they clearly cost a lot? Every kitchen is unique, but the best ones share certain key elements

How Induction Cooktops Work

Electrical Engineer Bill Kornrumpf describes how it works. AC power is converted to DC by a rectifier, then it is converted into high frequency AC power by an.


Kitchen and Bath Sustainable Design

Kitchen and Bath Sustainable Design

Published by John Wiley & Sons 2015

ISBN 9781118627723,1118627725
240 pages

Kitchen & Bath Sustainable Design is the National Kitchen and Bath Association's complete guide to "greening" these important rooms. The first book to focus exclusively on kitchen and bath sustainability, this full color guide covers every consideration for both remodels and new construction, making it a handy reference for any kitchen and bath professional. Case studies of award-winning projects demonstrate how space, budget, and sustainability can come together to create beautiful, functional, efficient rooms, and illustrations throughout provide visual examples of the techniques discussed. The book includes information on greening one's practice for the client's benefit, plus an appendix of additional resources and instructional materials for classroom use. The biggest elements of...

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Electricity more attractive as gas prices rise - 07/21/15, via News Mail

Add an induction cooktop and there is no economic need to connect gas to ... Tim Forcey is an energy advisor at the University of Melbourne's Melbourne Energy Institute. He also works part-time as a home energy consultant for the Moreland Energy Foundation ...

Cut a pan in half, and it’s easy to see how cool induction cooking is - 07/17/15, via Digital Trends

As Insane Clown Posse once wondered, “magnets, how do they work?” The miracle scientific phenomenon ... but the whites and yolk that spill out onto the cooktop remain raw. This is because induction doesn’t use direct (or radiant) heat to cook ...

Neil Perry Kitchen appliances - 07/14/15, via MSN

The promise of direct involvement in the project was the initial drawcard for Perry and now, three years down the track, he's on the brink of launching his first collection comprising three ovens, two gas stovetops, two rangehoods, an induction cooktop ...


  1. How Induction Cooktops Work - HowStuffWorks If you're looking for a way to modernize your kitchen, you may be considering induction cooktops. Learn about induction cooktops.
  2. How Induction Works - Induction Home Page A clear, simple explanation of how induction cooking works and why it is different from all other forms of cooking.
  3. Induction cooking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Induction cooking heats a cooking vessel by magnetic induction, instead of by thermal conduction from a flame, or an electrical heating element. Because inductive ...
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Isn't it amazing how much better boring veggies tast if you boil them in the water left over from cooking corned beef? I decided to do an experiment to see how well this liquid keeps - here, I'm reducing the liquid down into a reduction that's going to be chilled, fat separated and then frozen. At a later date I'll reconstitute it (probably with a dash of EVOO) and see how well it works. Actually, I'm doing 2 experiments here. Being a messy cook, I'm also seeing how well kraft paper (from a grocery store bag) hold up under a rolling boil on my induction cook-top. I've slow simmered with butcher paper underneath the pots to make cleanup easier, I want to make sure that the paper doesn't disintegrate or catch fire under a heavier thermal load. Worked just fine. (Please don't try this at home unless you have an induction cooktop and are using it in induction mode. The cooktop shown here cannot generate heat and the only heat source the paper sees is via conduction from the...
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