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Miele KM5773 36 Induction Cooktop 5 Cooking Zones

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Technical Details
Brand NameMiele
Model InfoKM5773+
Item Weight160 pounds
Product Dimensions20.2 x 36.6 x 3.9 inches
Item model numberKM5773+
Part Number KM5773
Burner type induction
Heating Elements 5
ColorBlack
Fuel type electric
  
Additional Information
ASINB001ASSFR6
Best Sellers Rank #14,626 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight160 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 6, 2008
  
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Dimensions 3.94 inches x 20.25 inches x 36.63 inches 3 inches x 20.25 inches x 31.25 inches 8 inches x 25 inches x 41 inches 8 inches x 27 inches x 43 inches
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Product Description

Burner Configuration

5 heating elements

5 cooking zones

(2) single zones of 9"

(2) single zones of 6 5/16"

(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 1-12 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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Customer Reviews

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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Morgan Powell on August 15, 2013
I have a kitchen full of Miele products (induction stove, oven, steam oven and dishwasher)...all great except the induction stove (KM5773). Since installation we have had the issue of the stove shutting off during operation. At first it happened only occasionally (every month or so) and was of course inconvenient when cooking dinner.
However, the frequency of this issue has increased dramatically; happening every few days a few months back and now happening every day. "Resetting the touch controls" as outlined on page 18 of the User Guide usually worked (~70%) with a trip to the basement to flip the breaker usually working the rest of the time, so this was more of a nuisance than anything. And my general thoughts at the time were that it's embarrassing for Miele to have designed such a high end stove top that costs $3000 be prone to a ridiculous DESIGN AND ENGINEERING FLAW.
However, over the past several months we have had instances in which we could not even reset the stove...ruining meals, plans, experiences, etc. The capper was when my wife hired some chefs to come and cook for eight of us for a birthday celebration. A night half ruined when only some of the dishes were already finished.
I'm appalled by the reliability of this unit. From the posts online, I'm of the mind that this is NOT isolated to just me and that Miele should consider a product recall...or at least a solution.
I'm at wit's end with more ruinous experiences when I should be enjoying the not inexpensive equipment.

Note -- Miele has a website with very positive reviews of their products...all suspiciously submitted on either September 5th or 6th of 2012. I've submitted the above review twice to no avail.

You've been warned...
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Rayto on March 7, 2012
In various homes, we have had ceramic, gas and ceramic with halogen. For us, this is the best we've ever had. Going back to non-induction will likely never happen. We've used the Miele for two months now and believe we've seen both the good points and the bad.

Pros:

Excellent burner layout. While this may seem pretty simple for any manufacturer to provide, in our looking at many cooktops, it seems to be the exception rather than the rule. Plenty of room between burners, large pots up front or in the middle where they are simple to handle.

It's not about boiling water quickly, it's about control. Better than gas, much better than ceramic. Low temperature cooking is a breeze. Very quick response both up and down. Can switch burners on the fly with virtually no heat up time, like gas. No waste heat and no smell, unlike gas.

Easy clean up. You can clean as you are cooking. Or lay a paper towel right against the pans if you'e ladling a risotto. No risk of burning or even getting warm.

Can handle pots of widely different sizes.

As a note on pots: Older stainless pots/pans may ring when heating up. Our old Sitrams do, new ones do not. Our cast iron pans are the most induction happy. They make no noise, heat up the fastest, heat all the way up the sides almost simultaneous with the bottom, cool down quickly. After cast iron, our tri-clad pans and titanium Cybernox are excellent. Aluminum with a stainless bottom is not great. Notably slower compared than the other materials. If you need to buy new non-stick pans, go with coated stainless. You will pay more but cooking on them is much better than induction ready aluminum pans. We have both.

Power.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Nicole on January 15, 2012
My husband purchased this cooktop for our recent kitchen remodel, and while we love our other miele products (vacuum cleaner), this product has been a very poor performer. We've used induction cooktops before (Wolf brand) with no trouble. However, the miele cooktop is often times unresponsive - for some unknown reason, the buttons often times won't work when pressed. A service person evaluated the problem, and said that we need to use our thumbs instead of our fingers to use the buttons (??!!). The cooktop also has the very annoying habit of turning off completely if something other than an induction-suitable item is placed on the surface (other induction cooktops might have the same function, I'm not sure). So, for example, if a lid or spoon is on the surface, it will turn off. Then, it's a coin flip as to whether the buttons will work well enough to turn it back on in time, which leads to a somewhat stressful cooking experience. We use the stovetop daily - probably 3-4 times a day, and I would not recommend this product to anyone. Sorry miele! I do love your vacuum cleaners.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By LAG58 on March 6, 2013
I have been using my Miele Induction Cooktop for 4.5 yrs. I was slightly frustrated with it when we got it, but I figured I just needed to learn how to use it. Well, that frustration has only gotten worse over time. My biggest complaint is similar to that of so many others..."finicky" controls. I touch the controls softly........I push hard......I roll my finger......I touch them with the pad of my finger.....with my knuckle.....with different fingers......with my thumb. Sometimes I even sneak in from the side. What I am trying to say is that I have tried to touch the controls in EVERYWAY I can think of, but there are still lots of times certain burners won't turn on. It's maddening! Even scarier is that there are times I have trouble turning them down, or off! I have called Miele, as well as the repair person (several times). And the repair person even called Miele, but the only answer I can get is that "some people's fingers work better than other." Seriously.
So now, not only am I disappointed with the cooktop, I am disappointed with Miele. I will not invest in any more products made by Miele, a company who clearly has such little pride in their product OR their service.
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