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Tatung Induction Cooker with Stainless Steel Pot - 1500 Watts(BLACK)

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  • Heating power can heat up to 430F
  • 2-Hour timer
  • Over-heat auto shut-off protection
  • Voltage abnormality protection
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Product Description

Power-1500 watts

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 7 x 13 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003J4DYB6
  • Item model number: TICT-1500W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #136,072 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

Stop working after several uses.
Min Duan
Induction cooking is the most efficient way to cook, so with "eco" cottages, I love the technology and fully intend to use it.
HealthyLaff
It heats very quickly, is easy to clean and looks nice.
Michael Nettles

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 4, 2010
This cooktop is a great way to try induction cooking. It is very fast. The heat control is precise and responsive like gas; maybe better. The pan is a nice bonus. Warning, it may not work with all of your pans, especially if they are all aluminum or copper-clad stainless.

It's portable and lightweight. It will be excellent for home canning. It will also provide an additional side burner for holiday meals.

The fan makes a little noise, like a small microwave. Some pans make a slight whirring sound as current is induced through them. I think this is cool but some may find the sound disconcerting. Both of these attributes are typical of these units.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Neil from WA on April 23, 2013
Just got this tatung cooker to try out induction cooking for the first time. So far I'd say I'm happy but there will be a learning curve to master...

Pros:

Does indeed start heating very quickly
Responsive to power level changes - water will start/stop boiling within seconds of a change
Seems to work with my existing pans (including the T-Fal stainless steel with copper in their bases - I have an old set which looks a bit different from what you can currently buy)
Large surface copes with my biggest pots

Cons:

Noise - this is probably typical for most of these devices but there is a high pitch whine while the pan is on the cooker, what's a little more disconcerting are the lower power levels where there is a click-click-click as the coil turns on and off
Although per above the power control is responsive, the lowest two power levels turn the coil on and off every few seconds (like a microwave on low power) rather than reduce the power going to the coil - this means getting a precise simmer is a little tricky
Supplied pan is ok, though not very thick metal

In summary, it seems fine for high heat applications (like boiling) but will need some getting used to for lighter cooking.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By M Tran on March 1, 2011
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Works with my basic stainless steel pots I bought from Macy's years back. It's a bit noisy - there's high pitch sound at low heat settings. Quiet down at higher settings though. It heats things up very fast, and very easy to clean afterward.
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30 of 37 people found the following review helpful By HealthyLaff on December 12, 2010
I'm building some ECO cottages with kitchenettes; therefore, my interest exceeds even that of the typical homeowner. Induction cooking is the most efficient way to cook, so with "eco" cottages, I love the technology and fully intend to use it.

Built-in nduction cooktops cost a mint, so I wanted to try this, plus if you're doing something in the kitchen that doesn't require its use, you can put it aside in the corner of the countertop or even store it in the cupboard. Alternately, you can pull the spare from the cabinet and have two running, no problem.

These are very common in Europe but just catching on here. In 10 years, I predict these will dominate U.S. cooking. Why? Simple, the direct control of gas with the ease of care associated with a smooth electric cooktop. Induction is actually superior in easy care because the cooking surface doesn't get hot, so the overflow from your pot will not create a baked-on mess on the cooktop surface.

I've been testing the Tatung TICT-1500W (which I very happy with--responsive and heats well--but the fan noise is a little more than I'd like), so I'll grab one of the Rosewills from NewEgg and definitely report back.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Nettles on June 20, 2013
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A decent product for a decent price. It is not as precisely temperature controlled or time controlled as some other models are, but I didn't want to spend an arm and a leg for what amounts to a hot plate either. It heats very quickly, is easy to clean and looks nice. After you use the pan the first time or two you have to clean it by heating vinegar in it because the pan gets these funny induction swirls in it. Just follow the directions and it will work out fine. The low setting is a little too low. Its OK as a warmer but its not enough to simmer. Overall I'm pleased.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Wilbur Harder on March 25, 2013
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You must experiment to find out that only the inner circle on the cooker is really hot so the pan should be shaped to get all the heat from the center. It says that pans up to 10 inches will work but with a flat 10 inch pan, only the center really cooks. The pot that comes with it works well but a 10 inch flying pan did not cook on the edges.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By all on January 5, 2012
My husband bought this cooker over two years ago, I believe I do have more experience to say something about this cooker. Actually we love it, I designed to use it in backyard cooking because no smoke and not afraid of wind blowing all the flames,and it has been true all the time. My mom use it cooking outside a lot and doing some yardwork in the same time. it is very durable, reliable, we leave it at outside all year around, it still works on matter rain, hot or cold weather. it has controller for power adjustment.

Sometime we carry it to camping side as long as it has electricity.

The only drawback of this cooker is you do need a steel pot to react with the induction, alumina or others does not work. maybe most of non-sticker pot are not made from steel, just be ware of that. I did buy one non-stick pot made from steel especially for this cooker.

hopeful can do some help.
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