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  • Temperature setting range is from 140 degrees F to 430 degrees F and has 1800 watts of power
  • 7 power levels settings that are related to various cooking functions: melt, warm, med. low, med. high, boil, sear, stir fry; ETL approved.
  • Durable, easy to clean with a high quality schott ceran glass surface; includes a child safety lock
  • Includes 2 Quick Launch buttons, "boil" and "warm", which take the unit directly to either desired power level; Safe to use
  • Includes quick operational guide and instruction manual with recipes.
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  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 14 x 2.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B005LGUXLO
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  • Item model number: 670041470
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,496 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Fagor is the worldwide pioneer in induction technology and the leading pressure cooker brand in the United States. It is our mission to provide small electric appliances that are energy efficient, innovative, safe and dependable. The Fagor small electrics collection offers counterop convenience and energy efficiency all at your fingertips. They are designed with precision and constructed of the finest materials all while being enviromentally conscious .Fagor's pioneer leadership in induction technology sets our updated and more user friendly Portable Induction Cooktop apart from the rest. The Induction Cooktop provides the fastest, safest, most efficient cooking experience. It uses 90% of energy porduced while providing precise and instant heat. It also cooks up to 50% faster than gas and electric which saves energy and money. New features include: 7 power settings relating to various cooking functions, 2 Quick Launch buttons that immediately take you to your desired level and a "Quick Temperature Check" that displays the actual temperature.

Customer Reviews

They should not be selling this junk product.
S. Campbell
It boiled a cup of water faster than a microwave.
Terry
With this thing, I have no control over the heat.
D M Farb

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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Isabel Smith on May 19, 2012
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Wow! I just cooked up some chicken the way I've dreamed of making it: small bite size pieces fried/steamed/ and crustied in a mix of oils: I used coconut, sesame and olive; and then a little bit of honey; and the juice of one lime.... This mixture never would fly in my electric fry pan - because of the many different heat levels I use.

I put the chicken in the oils and cook until it turns white and I put the lid on the pan so it steams through.

Then I add the honey and lime and throw in the lime skins for extra flavor, but then I turn up the heat really high to brown it; and then, here's the trick: I turn the heat off so it doesn't burn.

With the way induction heating goes, its really instant. Press the button and the heat goes up and down that quickly and it doesn't stay on the burner, just in the pan the food its being cooked in.

No more chopping and preparing while the meal is cooking--this is a quick way of cooking and everything needs to be ready to go, go, go!

I thought the cooktop would be intimidating. But I just turn it on, go to power and click the plus and minus thing. I haven't had a need to use the timer yet. I noticed when I click -- actually its just a very light touch -- like on a smart phone -- I noticed the temperature scrolled through the various settings from warm to stir fry.

It cooks quick or slow, depending on what number you put it on. This morning I fried eggs. I like the centers firm and no wiggly white stuff. I put them on a high heat to get them going, and a lower heat to cook it the way I like... and they were perfect.

This is the best cooking investment I have made. I'm going to get a ''magnetic'' saucepan and possibly retired the microwave, if I find a sauce pan with a pour spout. With all the fuss going on today about microwave food, I think its about time.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Rahul Sood on June 25, 2012
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We bought this induction cooktop a month ago for our new house. We have electric stove in the house as well - We have always worked on gas and therefore did not like electric. My sister in law highly recommended induction cooking to us - she is a leading endocrinologist and an expert in nutrition. I was a bit apprehensive in the beginning but before spending $3000 on a Bosch or a Miele, I decided to try with a single cooktop. But wow what a machine. It cooks in 1/3rd the time of electric or gas. My mom has been using gas stove for years and she was blown away by how quickly she can cook anything on induction. I clean the kitchen, and what a relief this machine is. Since the surface (Ceram Schott glass surface) does not get hot (induction cooking is based on magnetic base and only heats the base), you can just wipe off the spills. I use CeramBryte to keep the Ceram Schott surface looking like new and it takes no more than 27 seconds (yes I times it!).

Now onto this machine - Fagor 1800 Watt Induction cooktop. This amazing little machine is brilliant with one flaw. it has easy temperature control, timer (90 minutes max), and surface lock. It cooks really really well. So much so, that my mom is now getting one too. We cook twice a day so you can imagine. Flaw - it is loud. The fan is quite loud. For the life of me I cannot figure out why this induction cooktop has a loud fan.

I am sold!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. E on December 9, 2012
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It's a nice looking product that does what it is designed to do. The interface is easy to use and allows you to quickly control the temperature. The buttons are a little touchy, but the loud beeps will alert you when buttons are pressed. I thought this would be an annoying feature, but it's actually pretty nice that the unit turns itself off when the cookware is removed from the plate for a number of seconds. If you want to avoid the beeping though, it's just as easy to tap the power button when finished cooking. The power cord is really my only complaint. It's a very thick cord and hard to manage. I find myself having to rearrange things on the counter just to allow for the cooktop to be plugged in. Otherwise, induction cooking is turning into a personal preference thanks to this cooktop.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Marjorie Goebel on December 30, 2012
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We were very happy with the 1,300 watt unit. My wife had it on the stove top and melted the base. No parts available. Now we ordered the 1,800 watt unit and it works well just that the glass does not have bleeding edge like the 1,30o watt unit and when a hot pan touches the trim it melts....

Not a deal breaker but not a good design for something rated to make temperatures of 450 degrees F

There are no caution signs on the unit about the plastic trim so be careful if you like things to stay looking nice

We bought two and are seriously considering them as this is a deal breaker sooner or later
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By GeneDC on December 29, 2012
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A Christmas present we opened 4 days ago but so far:
-Very attractive design
-Arrived quickly and in good condition (I ordered it a few weeks before but opened on Xmas)
-Gets to heat level/temperature very, very quickly (water boils about 2x faster)
-The 1800 watts allows it to create a lot of heat on "high" -plenty to get a good sear.
-Responds very quickly when you change heat level/temperature -even more control than our Thermador gas stove. (example: made eggs over-easy, lowered temp during cooking so wouldn't overcook -instant response -eggs were perfect)
-Holds temperature very well (a simmer for example)
-Doesn't add heat to the room when you're cooking. This is probably my favorite feature. You don't feel the heat as you're standing in front of it as you're cooking. Unlike every gas & electric stove I've used, there's no wasted heat. One thing we've cooked on it was a big pot of stew; with the lid on you couldn't feel the heat (the pot gets hot of course but you don't).
-Clean up is easy. Because it's a glass top any spills wipe-up easily.
-It's light so easy to move around, store
-the only negative is that it makes a little noise but less than our built-in microwave, The microwave cabinet absorbs some of the noise and even so the induction cooktop is quieter.
-This isn't a negative but it takes a little getting used to because it's so responsive.
I think the next kitchen will have a full induction cooktop instead of gas.
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