Inducto A79 Professional Portable Induction Cooktop Counter Top Burner

May 19, 2015 - Comment

Induction cooking is the most eco-friendly way to prepare meals because the method releases no toxins into the environment and emits no flame so less residual heat is produced in your kitchen. The Inducto Cooktop remains cool to the touch where the magnetic surface is not activated. The Inducto Cooktops uses much less energy than

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Induction cooking is the most eco-friendly way to prepare meals because the method releases no toxins into the environment and emits no flame so less residual heat is produced in your kitchen. The Inducto Cooktop remains cool to the touch where the magnetic surface is not activated. The Inducto Cooktops uses much less energy than conventional gas or electric range. 1500 watts at the highest temperature setting (Sear) is all you need to enjoy portable, precise induction cooking. The cooktop may be plugged into any standard electrical outlet. For those cooking on the road or open water, operation of the Inducto requires 12.5 amps when used on an RV or boat.

Temperature Setting – Watt Setting

Low(100F~170F) – 600W

Med-Low(175F~270F) – 600W

Med(275F~370F) – 800W

Med-High(375F~420F) – 1000W

High(425F~560F) – 1200W

Sear – 1500W

Other Product Features & Specs:

• 1500 watts, Voltage: 120V, Frequency: 60Hz

• Auto shut-off when nothing is on the surface.

• 8 Stage power settings

• 4 hours timer and 24 hours preset, overheat protection

• 7 Different cooking modes

• Touch sensitive control with 4 digit display

• ETL Certified

• Product Dim: 12-1/4″W x 15″D x 2-1/2″H Weight: 5.8 lbs

To check if your cookware are compatible:

An induction symbol will be printed on the cookware.

If a magnet sticks to the bottom of the cookware, this typically means the pot or pan is compatible.

Specific Examples of compatible cookware: Enameled iron and steel, Stainless steel with a magnetic base, Cast iron, Standard pots and pans that are designed with an induction bottom

Examples of Non-induction compatible cookware: Copper, Glass, Aluminum, Pottery type vessels

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