|Touch: 2.52"D x 23.23"W x 15.2"H, Knob: 1.9"D x 22.05"W x 12.2"H
|Portable, Scratch-resistant, Waterproof
|Up to 240 Minutes
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The double induction burner is equipped with two separate heating zones and the sensitive touch buttons allow each zone to be set individually. Show off your cooking skills!
|9 Power Levels
You could quickly choose your desired power from 200W to 1800W. This induction cooker meets your various cooking needs: simmer, deep fry, boil, sauté, sear, steam, and roast with ease.
|Safety Child Lock
Press the “+” and “-” keys at the same time, and the machine will enter the locking mode, which protects your children from danger.
|4-Hours Timer Setting (1-240Min)
The long 4-hour timer with a 1 min interval provides high precision operation, making cooking more efficient and hassle-free.
|Fast Heat Dissipation
With two powerful cooling fans, the induction cooktop can be cooled down quickly to protect the appliance from high temperatures.
No, it isn't suitable for all pots; it only works with cast iron, stainless steel, or enameled pots. If a magnet sticks to the bottom of the pot it will work with an induction cooker.
Yes, it's very safe, as it needs to be placed on a flat surface. The fans need proper vent air circulation as they take air from the bottom, which is expelled to the sides.
The fans are just to make sure the coils don't overheat.
Yes, It is. In the US, with standard 120-volt electricity, you can use it with a standard 15 Amp outlet. The default setting is 1400 watts or only 12 amps. You can see what your outlet is by looking at the circuit breaker amp rating at the breaker box.
Induction cooktops cook food faster, adjust to temperature changes better, and cool down quickly compared to electric cooktops. They are also extremely easy to clean, and they are unquestionably safer than gas and electric cooktops.
To clean an induction cooktop, you'll first want to make sure it's turned off and cooled down. Once the cooktop is cool, you can use a homemade cleaning solution or store-bought, all-purpose cleaner with a degreaser on the cooktop. Next, dip a soft sponge or cloth in fresh water, and wipe all the solution away.
You cannot use cast iron cookware on an induction cooktop for two reasons. First, your cookware has to be compatible with the magnets within the cooktop for heat to be applied to your pan.