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Rosewill Induction Cooker 1800 Watt, 5 Pre-Programmed Induction Cooktop, Electric Burner with Stainless Steel Pot 10" 3.5 QT 18-8, RHAI-15001
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- 5 Pre-Programmed Settings: Warm Milk, Soup, Stir Fry, Fry, Hot Pot
- Polished A-grade Crystal Plate Surface
- LED Large Screen Display, 4 digits
- 8 Temperature settings from 150 to 450 Degree : 150 Degree, 200 Degree, 250 Degree, 300 Degree, 350 Degree, 400 Degree, 425 Degree, 450 Degree
- Safety Compliance: ETL/FCC
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Rosewill 1800-watt 5 Pre-Programmed Settings Induction Cooker Cooktop with Stainless Steel Pot
Rosewill Induction Cooktop
Cook with the power of a magnetic field. If a magnet clings to your cookware you can cook with our Induction Cooktop. An induction cooker is an energy efficient cook top. With its magnetic property, your cookware heats up faster, thus saving you time, energy and money. It also features a beautiful polished crystal plate surface, 1800 Watts of power, and heats up to 450°F. with the Induction Cooktop, you can braise, fry, deep fry, stir fry, roast, and yes, even boil water. Try Rosewill's new, elegantly design induction cooker today!
Polished, A-Grade Crystal Plate Surface
Large, 4-Digit LED Screen Display
24-Hour Timer Setting
Touch Sensor Control Panel
Cookware Suitability Detection
Stainless Steel Pot included
Please Note: Not all cookware will work with an induction cooktop. If a pan is magnetic, it will work on an induction cooktop. Please avoid using any cookware made with aluminum, glass or copper.
Cook with the power of a magnetic field. If a magnet clings to your cookware you can cook with our Induction Cooktop. An induction cooker is an energy efficient cooktop. With its magnetic property, your cookware heats up faster, thus saving you time, energy and money. It also features a beautiful polished crystal plate surface, 1800 Watts of power and heats up to 450 Degree. With the Induction Cooktop, you can braise, fry, deep fry, stir fry, roast and yes, even boil water. Try Rosewill's new, elegantly design induction cooker today.
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I think the cooktop itself is really good, so far I'm pleased with that. But the first time I used it, the pot it stained terribly; tonight I used it for the second time and things burned and stuck to the stains even though I'd scrubbed it well. In other words the pot is unusable after just two uses. It's just so thin and flimsy. What a shame because the pot is the perfect shape and size for the type of cooking I do. Now I have to spend more money to buy a decent pot and of course Black Friday sales are over.
So word to the wise, the cooktop seems to be really good so far, but if getting a pot with it would sway your choice of models, forget about it and just choose it or don't choose it based on how good the cooktop is and consider the pot to be a one use thing. It would probably be ok for boiling water but not for any actual cooking.
The pan that came with this, and hence part of the product for review purposes, fails miserably. On the very first use of the pan, it burned a scorch mark with a loud popping sound. Under the circumstances, I would consider this thing relatively dangerous. With a setting of 150 degree's (the lowest setting) I attempted to melt t tsps of butter. Within less than 10 seconds of starting this process a burn mark appeared and multiple loud pops could be heard from the pan. It is extremely thin, and buckled and scorched under the heat of the lowest setting? Room temperature at the time would be 74 degrees (the pan temperature somewhere close to that).
Rosewill would do well to remove the pan or provide a better pan in it's stead in future. The Induction cooker worked extremely well with another product I purchased on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00VGXM1DY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
worked so much so, that I would wholeheartedly recommend this "smallish" pan to everyone.
Not the included Rosewill pan. I actually consider it dangerous. If I had anything in the pan other than a pat of butter, I expect it would have been ejected from the pan as it burned and expanded! All of this damage..... and the butter did not even have time to melt. 8 seconds? Ridiculous.
UPDATE: Contacted Rosewill support website (email sent/ failed after filling out their form). Finally received an email about "hardware drivers" after attempting support requests for a few days. Apparently one of my emails that "failed" did make it to the support team. The problem I had was that downloading software drivers for my cooking pot would probably not work (at least not without the proper firmware and tftp login credentials). :( --maybe some of you will get that jab at Rosewill..... ????
After a few days without meaningful dialog and support from the manufacturer... I sent it back for replacement ( I know...should have done a refund) with Amazon. Of course... that was flawless. Thank you Amazon. At least someone cares about the customer.
Note: WILL ONLY WORK WITH POTS that can be MAGNETIZED. They give you a magnet to check your pots. Only 1 pot out of all my pots will work on this induction cooker.
No Aluminum, ceramic or copper bottom pots and pans.
When I've turned it on, it went immediately to 1400°, I touched the stirfry icon, and it stayed at 1400°. I lowered the temperature, but I wasn't fast enough to save the pan from burning. I've tried again and at stirfry and fry the temperature goes right to 1400°.
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This unit cannot take the heat. The frying pan we use (and have used for two years) has melted the front of the unit.
The pot you get with this cooktop is garbage burns everything. Save your money and purchase a better quality unit
It heats up very, very quickly. Even liquids heat and boil much faster than on our stovetop.
I also like that you can see the actual temperature of your burner instead of just numbers 1-10 like on a stovetop.
Great for making hot-pot because you can plug it in and use it pretty much anywhere.
Same problem as the replacement we just received.
So far though, would recommend this if you're looking for a cheap induction cooktop.