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Miele : KM5753 30 Touch Control Induction Cooktop - Black

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Technical Details
Brand NameMiele
Model InfoKM5753+
Item Weight140 pounds
Product Dimensions20.2 x 31.2 x 3 inches
Item model numberKM5753+
Part Number KM5753
Heating Elements 4
Fuel type electric
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Best Sellers Rank #10,661 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight140 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 6, 2008
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Product Description

Burner Configuration

4 heating elements

4 cooking zones

(2) single zones of 8"

(1) single zone of 7"

(1) single zone of 11"

Standard features

Induction heating

Automatic cookware recognition

Booster function

Auto Heat-up function

Center control panel with ComfortControl Plus sensor controls

Power levels 1-9 with digital display

Timer settings, freely-assignable for all cooking zones

Stop and Go function

Child safety lock

Safety cut-out feature

Overheating protection

Residual Heat Indicator

Optional accessories not included

Demeyere cookware set

Miele Ceramic and Stainless Steel Cleaner

Razor blade glass scraper

Design options

Black Ceran glass with stainless steel frame

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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By SteveAtAmazon on December 7, 2010
This is a truly outstanding cooktop. I have cooked with electric, gas, and now magnetic induction, and magnetic induction has been the most enjoyable experience by far. It's really not even close. Prior to hooking this cooktop up I timed how long it took my (previous) gas oven to cook 96 ounces of water in an uncovered pot: 11 minutes and 30 seconds. When I hooked up this cooktop and tried the same amount of water in the same pot, it took 4 minutes and 45 seconds to bring it to a rolling boil. It is amazing how fast this thing cooks. I can boil water in a small saucepan in under 2 minutes.

And not only does it heat things up amazingly fast, but it also allows one to bring the temperature way down to do things like delicately melting chocolate.

Another huge plus about this cooktop is that the hobs ("hobs" is a more official word for "burner") are diagonal instead of the typical way they are laid out in strips of two each. This was the main reason I narrowed down to this particular induction cooktop (other than it being made by Miele, a company that makes ultra-superb products). By placing the hobs diagonally it opens up a lot more space for placing cookware. I've had all four hobs used up by relatively large cookware, without any of the pieces bumping into each other. This was also the reason I went with the 30-inch model instead of the 36-inch (well, that and the fact I would've had to do some cabinet rearranging to get the 36-inch model into place). Simply put, with the diagonal layout I didn't feel the need for a fifth hob.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Karen E. Lindenberg on February 6, 2012
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Once I decided I wanted an induction cooktop, I looked at all the options on the US market, including those that cost twice as much as the Miele and decided this was the one I wanted. Reasons why: Miele was highly rated on several websites. The cooktop was a brilliant solution to two problems I was concerned about: "rimless" cooktops had the tempered glass surface sitting on top of the countertop, and I was concerned that it could sustain a chip or even a crack if whacked too hard by some countertop sideways accident. However, when I looked at the induction cooktops with stainless steel rims at my local appliance store, where NO cooking takes place, I saw that the rims, which could be as much as an inch wide, were scratched. Miele has a tiny vertical stainless steel rim with no horizontal surface to scratch. I love that feature. I also like the placement of the burners, with the biggest and most powerful in the front and the smallest (perfect for my tea kettle or for melting butter) in the back center. And finally.....using an induction cooktop provides instant gratification. Water boils quickly, and at the lowest setting I can finally leave a thick soup to keep warm without any worry about burning at the bottom of the soup pot. I went from a strong advocate of gas cooktops for their versatility and fairly instant heat control to finally having a cooktop that really gave me instant control. Finally, if you get distracted by a phone ringing or the doorbell, just take your cookware off the "burner" and the latter shuts off automatically. You don't have to fumble around getting a burner turned off. Just lift the pot and GO!!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By coleen on April 20, 2011
If you've been thinking about induction...stop it and just take the leap! I went from a coil burner (I have used gas in the past) to this cooktop. There's no turning back now! This is the most amazing way to cook! Responsive and quick doesn't begin to describe it. The first meal I did with it and my new CIA cookware, I quickly realized that this was a whole new cooking experience. The biggest 'problem' now is, relearning timing of prep/pre-heat...it's too fast, I can't keep up! I now wonder why I had spent so much time and energy agonizing over the decision to go induction...you can even keep your gas, this is so much better!

Clean up is easy! My second dinner, I had some boil over, so I lifted the pan, took a rag and wiped it up, put the pan back down and continued cooking.

I agree with the other reviewer...get a good set of pans! I hesitated to even get an induction because of having to replace my pans, that I really liked, but ohhhhh, I'm so glad I did! I chose CIA. Yes, the CIA does make some noises, but even Miele says there may be some noises. I found the CIA to be much superior to other cookware I had test drove...but, I didn't get to try the Demeyere as they were out of my budget, so I can't talk to their quality or the response.

I chose the 30" because I didn't see the need of a 5th burner and my old cooktop was 36" and I welcomed the 6" extra counter space.

The reason we went with Miele, specifically, is that the one of the sales people told us that Miele is using 4th generation technology...where as, even Wolf is still using 3rd generation. Which has to do with the configuration of the inner workings of the 'hobs'. After his explanation, we wouldn't consider anything else.

After only one week, I'm extremely happy with my decision to get an induction and a Miele. Now, if you'll excuse me I have some cooking to do!
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