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Cooktop, Single Induction, 1600-Watt/120-Volt

by Eurodib
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  • Single burner
  • Glass cooktop
  • Ten power levels
  • Soft-Touch Controls
  • Integrated timer
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Product Description

Induction cooking produces heat through the production of magnetic fields. This is an extremely energy efficient cooking method using approximately 90 percent of the energy produced. When used with magnetic cookware the electrical energy utilized by the induction cooker is transmitted directly to the pan surface. It is the pan not the burner that heats up. In addition to being efficient, this allows for very responsive temperature adjustments. Induction is also an extremely safe method of cooking. Once the pan is removed from the cooker, the energy transfer stops and the cook plate is soon cool to the touch. This single burner, portable induction cook top is designed for domestic use. It features a high quality glass cooktop with a hard plastic frame. Only use induction compatible cookware.

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  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 15 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Item model number: P3D
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,431 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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71 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Walter Ovenstone on June 30, 2012
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I arrived home one day 9 years ago, just as the plastic handle on a melting aluminum Saucepan on the Gas Stove was bursting into flames! (A horrible acrid, pungent odor). My 84 year old Mom had fallen asleep while boiling water for some instant coffee. I have since purchased 3 Induction Cooktops for elderly widows. There is no flame, The Cooktop by itself, does not provide any means to cause a fire. They have a timer for automatic shutoff, and most, like the Eurodib, have an overtemp sensor that shuts itself off. That means that when the water is all boiled away from the pan you are cooking Hard-Boiled eggs in, and the egg shells just start to brown from the heat of the pan, the Cooktop will turn itself off BEFORE the eggs explode all over the walls and ceiling.
We've been cooking with Induction ever since. You can bring a cooktop outdoors to fry fish on the patio, the afternoon breeze does not blow the flame around like the gas burner on the side of the Barbecue. It doesn't heat up the Kitchen on a hot day. They are way more efficient than gas or electric which makes Induction the greenest form of cooking. They cook faster, and consume notably less electricity than Electric Stovetops I have owned several Cooktops from 1300 Watts to 240 Volt 3500 Watt Comercial Hobs. We currently have a 30" 4 burner drop-in which brings a teapot of water to boil in less than two minutes. Inevitably, when someone buys an Induction Cooktop they have a drag-race with their Gas or Electric Stove. ALL Induction Models excel at this. The High setting is great for bringing water up to a furious boil that spits water out onto the cooking surface and beyond. They all also excel at getting a Carbon Steel Wok really hot for stir-fry. The real trick is...
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Loren Amelang on October 18, 2012
Eurodib P3D:

(This review includes notes about use with an off-grid Trace SW-4024 sinewave inverter, as well as with utility power. Items in square brackets [] apply to the inverter power.)
Measurements are from a Kill-A-Watt P4400 meter [and other tools].
Look for my comparable review of the Sunpentown SR-964TB...

There is a spark on connection to AC power, and an instant draw of 41 VA, but only 1 W of real power. This reactive current continues even with the cooker completely off. Since residential users are only billed for "real power", there is no disadvantage when using utility power.

[On my Trace inverter, the apparent power varies between 40 and 113 VA, staying constant within 2 VA for minutes and then making a step change. Perhaps due to the changing waveform of the Trace inverter? The real power consumed at the input to my inverter is much lower, but if your inverter does not include a hundred-pound iron transformer to reflect the reactive spikes, you may see the full consumption, even when the cooker is "off"! Since this keeps the inverter constantly awake, a switched power outlet is advised!]

The unit turns on in "Heat" power mode at setting 5 which is 850 W. The available power levels are:
Setting Power [Inverter]
10 1550 [1550]
9 1370 [1350]
8 1250 [1250]
7 1080 [1050]
6 980 [975]
5 900 [850]
4 820 [780]
3 700 [680]
2 680 [680], 50% duty
1 650 [680], ~30% duty

The power factor always reads 0.99, with "VA" identical to Watts! Readings are much more stable than the Sunpentown cooker.

"Temp" settings 210 and below always use power 6, 980 W [975 W]. Temp 240 and above use power 10, 1550 W.
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- I got this model form a local store. It cost $100.

- This unit looks beautiful and reliable. It's not like other cheap models.

- It works like magic. The first excellent thing is it cooks everything VERY FAST, much faster than electrical range. I have done stir-fry, meat cooking, and water boiling with it. This is a feature of induction cooktops. However, expensive models usually cook faster than cheap ones because they consume more watts.

- The second excellent thing is it just HEATS the POT. The air and the cook-top area around the pot are COOL not hot. For the first time in my life, I'm not spending my energy money to heat my kitchen while cooking. Also, this is much safer for the cook by preventing accidental burning. After using it for 80 minutes, the whole unit is still cool to my touch except the area below the pot. Amazing! This is a feature of induction cooktops.

- The third excellent thing is it does NOT create any SOOT on the pot's bottom. That means I don't have to spend time scraping soot off the bottoms of my pots. Consequently, I spend less time cleaning the cookware and the cooktop. It's a blessing that I have been praying for. This is a feature of induction burners.

- The fourth excellent thing is the TIMER. Using this feature, I just SET IT and FORGET IT. And the food is never burnt. For example, to steam vegetables, I put more than enough water in the steamer. Then I set the time at 20 minutes, the temparatue at 240F. Then I go away and do something else. One or two hours later, I come back and the cooktop has been turned off automatically. The vegetables were cooked and warm. Perfect. This is what multi-tasking means.

- It can accommodate large pots that have bottoms with diameters up to 10 inch or 25.5 cm.
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