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Rosewill RHAI-13001 1800W Induction Cooker Cooktop with Stainless Steel Pot, Black
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- 8 Temperature Settings from 150 to 450 Degree : 150 Degree, 200 Degree, 260 Degree, 300 Degree, 350 Degree, 400 Degree, 425 Degree, 450 Degree
- Polished Crystal Plate Surface
- LED Large Screen Display, 4 Digitals
- Three-Hour Timer Setting
- Touching Control Panel
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Please Note: Not every cookware piece will work with induction cooktop. If a magnet sticks well to the sole of the pan, it will work on an induction cooktop. Please avoid using any cookware made with aluminum, glass or copper.
- Stainless Steel Pot included
Rosewill RHAI-13001 1800-Watt Induction Cooker with Stainless Steel Pot
Cook with the power of a magnetic field. If you can stick a magnet to your cookware you can cook with our Induction Cooktop. An induction cooker is an energy-efficient cook top. Your cookware heats up faster, thus reducing your cooking time. It saves time, money, and energy. It also features a three-hour timer setting, beautiful polished crystal plate surface, 1800W of power, and heats up to 450°F. With the Induction Cooktop, you can braise, fry, deep fry, stir fry, roast, and even boil water. Try Rosewill's newly designed elegant induction cooker today!
- 8 Power levels - in Watts: 300, 500, 700, 1000, 1200, 1400, 1600, 1800
- Polished crystal plate Surface
- LED Large Screen Display
- 8 Temperature settings from 150 to 450°F : 150°F, 200°F, 260°F, 300°F, 350°F, 400°F, 425°F, 450°F
- Three-Hour Timer setting
Cook with the power of a magnetic field. If you can stick a magnet to your cookware you can cook with our Induction Cooktop. Induction cooker is an energy Efficient cook top. Your cookware heats up faster thus reduce your cooking time. It saves your time, money and use of energy. It also features a three-hour timer setting, beautiful polished crystal plate surface, 1800W and heat up to 450 Degree. With the Induction Cooktop, you can braise, deep frying, stir frying, roast, fry and even boil water. Try our new design Rosewill elegant induction cooker today.
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I have found it to be very accurate temperature wise but you have to get used to how this type of cooking works. Took me a while and quite a bit of experimentation.
My findings were that it works best with temperature with a pan with thin bottom. I and probably most of us have gotten used to thinking that the pans with thick bottoms are the best and the way to go even if more expensive. I think a thin bottom is best for cooking by temperature in that the unit has better capability to measure the temperature in the pot with a thin bottom. My unit is virtually spot on with water in the received pot at 150 F and 200 F degrees. Obviously with water anything above that will just keep power on continuously (water won't get above 212 F).
With a pot with a thick bottom I have done best with simmering by using the power settings which cause the power to cycle on and off for percentage of the time.
I will need to do further checking with things like pressure cookers with thick bottom and the like.
Temperature WILL NOT work with a cast iron plate on it and aluminum pan on the plate as it just cannot sense the temperature of the pan at all that way.
This information is all empirical based on what I have seen and what I guessed from what I have seen.
Anyway... very happy with the purchase.
I have been using for about 2 months at this point.
I am still very happy with my purchase and have become more and more certain that a pot that I would have previously thrown out as cheap and "below my professional level" is the best for use with it. I have not purchased any pots since getting this but I have an extensive pile of pots and have found the following:
1. Case iron works but not as well as I would like. The thickness prevents it from sensing the temperature of what is in the pot.
2. Cast iron plate on the cooker will allow you to use aluminum cookware but you will get frequent errors that electronics is overheating as well as you will not get a true temperature reading.
3. Even with a professional gas cooktop in a residential home this is the only way I have of frying enough falafel to keep ahead of my family. I think that the gas company here in San Antonio does not provide the needed gas flow for a professional gas cooktop to operate optimally.
I would buy this over but will also look for one with a "delay cooking" function and a more granular temperature setting.
Hope this has helped someone.
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.
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