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Spt 1300-Watt Induction Cooktop, Silver

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  • Touch-sensitive led panel with control lock
  • Dual functions: cook and warm
  • Up to 8 hours timer
  • Automatic pan detection
  • 7 power settings (100-300-500-700-900-1100-1300-watt) and 13 keep warm settings (100-120-140-160-180-190-210-230-250-280-300-350-390-degree f)
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Product Information

Color Name: Silver
Technical Details
Part Number SR-964TS
Item Weight4.5 pounds
Product Dimensions11.8 x 14.2 x 2.5 inches
Item model numberSR-964TS
Installation MethodFree Standing
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 year parts and labor
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Best Sellers Rank #36,729 in Kitchen & Dining (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableNovember 17, 2010
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Product Description

Color: Silver

Micro-Induction Cooktop provides the best in cooktop performance, safety and efficiency. Induction heats as electricity flows through a coil to produce a magnetic field under the ceramic plate. When a ferromagnetic cookware is placed on the ceramic surface, currents are induced in the cookware and instant heat is generated due to the resistance of the pan. Heat is generated to the pan only and no heat is lost. As there are no open flames, inductions are safer to use than conventional burners. Once cookware is removed, all molecular activity ceases and heating is stopped immediately. Before turning ON the cooktop, place a induction compatible cookware with food on the cooktop. To turn ON, press LOCK (LED now displays “- - - -“). Press ON/OFF button within 30 seconds. If ON/OFF is not pressed within 30 seconds, unit will return to locked mode (on Page 4 in the User Manual).

* The 2 lowest power settings cannot be actually achieved, but are "simulated":
100W = 500W intermittently heat for 2 seconds and stop for 8 seconds.
300W = 500W intermittently heat for 6 seconds and stop for 4 seconds.

Input voltage: 120V / 60Hz
Power consumption: 1300W
Dimension (W x D x H): 11.81 x 14.17 x 2.48 in.
Net weight: 4.5lbs
Gross weight: 5lbs

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Customer Reviews

It's very efficient and works really well.
I got two different small cookers to learn the technology before replacing my hated electric coil cooker with a really good induction top.
David G Carter
It locks every time you turn the power off.
Ran Prieur

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Davilyn Eversz on July 31, 2011
Color Name: Silver
I have had the older models now for six years. Haven't missed a beat. I live in a small cabin and this is the only stove I have. I use it for everything - I cook all my food from scratch. My Kuhn-Rikon pressure cooker works on it and the Zojirushi thermal pot cooker works also.

Don't shy away just because you don't want to buy All-Clad. Mine works with cast iron too.

Plus the Supentown website has some pans quite reasonable.

This induction cooker has some features that even high dollar stoves don't. I can cook "precisely" at a given temperature. No more scorching and it simmers like a dream. Although you might not think so at first - the timer is a dream come true. Need to walk away for a little bit and something is almost through cooking? Set the timer -it'll turn off and if you need to - you can finish when you come back.

Cleanup is wonderful. Just wipe it off with a washcloth and your done.

Plus if you live in a small place like mine it just takes up a square foot or so; or you like to cook outside in the summer - unplug and take it outside.

Even if I could I would never buy a ponderous stove and oven again (I cook with a solar oven, my Nu-Wave or crock pots as ovens) - this is super energy efficient and doesn't warm the house up - need more cooking space once in awhile - just buy another one. I like that when I am cooking a big meal for a Holiday than I can spread them out over the kitchen and don't have everything overlapping (or that big tamale steamer taking up two spaces) like on a big stove. Set the timers and nothing ever burns while cooking big family or Holiday meals.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Lynetta Anne on December 16, 2010
Color Name: Silver
I LOVE it. I hardly ever use my (electric) range. Anticipating that I'd be moving off the natural gas grid I bought this 2.5 yrs ago to see what life with Induction would be like. It's fabulous. Fast, responsive, accurate. I'm looking forward to remodeling my kitchen next year and adding a 30 inch all induction cooktop. I like a 36" cooktop, but with a portable like this one tucked away I can haul it out when I need the extra burner, and will be able to use my space more efficiently.

If you're curious about Induction, try one of the portables first. At worst, you've got a great extra station for a hot appetizer when you throw your next party.

Check out the Henkels Induction-ready cookware. One reason I balked at moving to Induction was that the cost of buying All-Clad adds a lot to the picture. But the Henkels is GREAT, well priced, comfortable to use, heavy. I hate giving up my clay pots that I use on the stove top, but - all around, Induction is the best alternative to gas. At least I'll be able to keep using them in the oven.
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54 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Ran Prieur on October 4, 2011
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
I love induction burners. If you're using a cast iron pan, they're faster, more responsive, and more efficient than regular electric burners. So I bought this one and two others to compare them. This model works fine, and 1300 watts is more than enough for every cooking job except boiling water, in which it's still adequate.

But this model has a weird "lock" feature. The idea is, if you hit the lock button, none of the settings can be changed without hitting the lock button again. I can't think of any practical use for this. As with any other burner, you can easily keep the settings the same by just not changing them! If you have unruly kids, or big cats walking across the countertop, they can unlock it as easily as you can.

This would be fine if you could just opt out of the lock feature and ignore it. But you can't! It locks every time you turn the power off. That means, every time you want to heat something up, you have to first hit the lock button on the left side of the panel, and then hit the on/off button on the right side of the panel. Maybe some people wouldn't mind this, but I find it unacceptable. I was tempted to open the thing up and try to disable the button or wire around it, but that would void the warranty, so I ate the shipping cost and sent it back to Amazon for a refund.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By SueSews on January 9, 2012
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
Firstly, I received what is obviously an open box return or a refurb. The box was ripped almost in half, the plastic around unit ripped, it had fingerprints and grease marks on it as well as chips of the silver paint on the side and one chip in the cooking surface (but outside of the cooking area itself). Shame shame, Amazon. I didn't pay for a second.

I tried it out right away and it seemed to work OK. Fan is no louder than my previous. Although it is 1300 watts like my old one the cord is much thicker and therefore more inflexible. I don't have the great big "Induction" in the center of the circle thankfully! It is nice looking except for the chipped paint and all features I tried out so far seem to work. I did both temp and heat. Haven't tried timer yet. Agree the lock thing is a bit annoying as it doesn't work like you would expect but I can live with it. Plenty powerful for me. Again, it is the same wattage as my older unit but did seem more powerful, perhaps my old one has been slipping in its old age.

It has a lot of features for a small price and I think it will be okay though I am holding onto box (such that it is) and going to give it a thorough workout. I have had good luck on a few refurbs/open boxes in my time but I always knew what I was getting into at those times.

One bit of curiosity or hilarity depending on your point of view I wonder why I hadn't seen it mentioned in any other reviews. Mine comes complete with a "moth ball compartment" and according to the sticker it is recommending to keep a few moth balls in there to discourage vermin. Uh huh. LOL

Speaking of sticker, even the serial/model number sticker on bottom has been replaced all cock-eyed. Thinking refurb.
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