With the growing popularity of induction cooktops in the kitchen, the various brands linked with the same are producing a variety keeping in mind the needs of users. Below we have incorporated some of the most famous induction cooktops. Hopefully, the reviews below will provide with the necessary information about the product:
DUXTOP 1800-Watt Portable Sensor Touch Induction Cooktop 8300ST Duxtop Induction Cooktop uses 120 volts, 15 amps of electricity , standard in all homes; it is lightweight and compact for easy handling and storageit comes with a digital control panel. It has a built-in count-down digital timer up to 170 minutes; 10 temperature range from 140°F to 460°F; 10 power. The induction cooktop is compatible with Duxtop Whole-Clad premium cookware and other induction ready cookware such as cast aluminum enameled iron and steel, stainless steel with a magnetic bottom, or cast iron. The auto-pan detection shuts the unit automatically after 60 seconds if no cookware is detected. It is also equipped with diagnostic error message system and low and high voltage warning system. It is also approved by ETL. Induction cooktop from AEG-Electrolux AEG-Electrolux Induction cooktops enhance the appearance of any kitchen. Smooth touch controls provide total flexibility in a choice of sizes and styles. The best part about Maxisense is probably that it has no zone restrictions. This means that you can use any pans you have irrespective of the size or number, just make sure that it is in contact with the zone marker. Key features are 4 induction cooking zones with 2 powerful boosters, AEG power management that allows you to combine two cooking zones with a higher energy level, 9 stage digital power level display, electronic timer and minute minder for each cooking zone, acoustic timer signal and child safety control lock. It also has automatic switch-off function, residual heat display and stop-and-go function for short interruptions like answering a phone call or checking latest stock quotes. Price for this sleek design cooktop is £725. Thermador cooktop – hybrid radiant-induction cooktop
The Thermador is a radiant-induction hybrid heating system that eliminates the need for all-magnetic cookware while still delivering the advantages of induction heating. These cooktops offer an easy-to-use touch control that accurately maintains the widest range of power levels – 17 total – available. A special PowerBoostTM function can be utilized to devote power to a specific induction zone to bring a pot of water to rapid boil, making Thermador’s cooktops the fastest in the market. Thermador offers hybrid designs, which combine induction elements with traditional electric elements. The silver-mirrored cooktops cost somewhere around $3,049-$3,599, while black ceramic models are available for $2,449-$3,229. New Induction Cooktops From Miele Miele is a brand ever so famous for its Induction Cooktops and the company keeps bettering its products with the changing times. The latest induction Cooktops are dubbed the EasyControl Plus, DirectControl and DirectControl Plus. These advanced cooktops boast several unique new features, including easy to use timing functions, multiple power boosters, cookware recognition and auto heat programs. Power Boosters reduce cooking times by raising the temperature setting to its maximum for ten minute intervals. With a fast performance, even the cool tap-water instantly heats up with selection of booster function. Each zone has a residual heat indicator, showing if a zone is still hot. The system lock prevents the cooktop being used unintentionally, i.e. by children. Compared to conventional electric cooktops, there is a 15 percent time saving when bringing three liters of water to the boil using induction, and a 13 percent energy saving. This induction cooktop comes with a price tag of $1,420. Electrolux Aurora Illuminated Induction Cooktop The sleek and pure white, illuminated Corian cooktop encases induction technology for cooking which is the latest technology using electromagnetic fields to transfer energy to the cooking pot, which then converts into heat. The heat is generated at the base of the pan, not by a heating element. In effect, this turns the pan itself into a hot plate and removes a significant amount of radiant heat from the cooktop surface resulting in safe, precise and powerful cooking. With 4 separately controlled induction zones, the powerful Aurora delivers safe and precise cooking results. 9 heat settings and booster function for all zones to maximize power provide flexibility and ease of use. Electronic touch controls, cooking timer with acoustic signal, Stop/Go function, child lock and safety cut-out are among key Aurora attributes. It is priced for $10,000. The Heartland Induction Cooktops: Environmentally Friendly and Safe Heartland Appliances Inc has once again expanded its beautiful line of kitchen appliances by introducing a powerful new induction cooktop which is available in a 30 and 36 inch model. It uses sensors beneath the smooth top, sending power only when cookware is present. Heartland induction cooktops provide an incredibly safe cooking environment, use less energy than any other type of cooktop, and can cook your food in a fraction of the time when compared to gas, electric, or halogen cooktops. Touch sensitive controls with 3 quick launch settings give you the utmost in precision. ATAG Induction cooktop comes with side controls The new and the stylish cook-top from ATAG features 4 induction elements on black vitroceramic glass. It also includes powerful 3.7 KW zone and auxiliary 2.2 kW zone. The best part about this cook-top is that it has modern slide controls, so that you have something different from the rest, including automatic programmable cooking options and residual heat indicators for each zone. Main benefits and features include modern slide controls, automatic programmable cooking options, residual heat indicators for each zone, timers, child lock, pot/pan detectors and optional stainless steel trim. Seen in stores for € 1,700. Cooktops by Siemens The new Siemens discControl system lets you control cooktops just like your MP3 player with a slight finger touch to rotate a disk to the desired setting. Once you get there, your finger will feel a slight snap. Each induction or electric cooktop comes with four round black discs, inserted into a wide, silver metal strip on the front of the hob. Each discControl magnetic disc controls a cooking zone. Easy to clean and also very child-proof. Gorenje’s & Karim Rashid’s LED cooktop to spice up your kitchen Karim Rashid’s newest kitchen appliances designs for Gorenje is put in the positive response category. The cooktop breaks the expected squares by featuring amoeba-like curves that dance around the four burners in undulating stripes. The round burners and X-shaped supports also deny the rectangle at every turn. Equipped with an LED surface, the Touch of Light cooktop also provides some added color to your cooking. You can set the color to match your mood—and, if this translates into your cooking, you might end up experiencing emotion with every bite. Induction Cooktop for Visually Impaired Diva induction cooktops are likely some of the best on a marketplace today. Induction cooktops for visually impaired can be used with either raised letters or Braille symbols as well as 3M Bumpons to help indicate the burners. Tactile markings are placed under the controls, which are activated effortlessly when a finger is slid in an upward motion over the control. Available in three models (DDP-2, DDP-4 and DDP-5), Diva Induction cooktops employ electromagnetic energy to heat only the cookware while the cooking surface remains cool, providing the safest cooking surface on the market and eliminating the danger of burns.