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Duxtop 1800W Portable Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner, Gold 9120MC/BT-M20B
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- PORTABLE INDUCTION BURNER Duxtop induction cooktop uses 120V 15 amp electrical outlet–standard in all North American homes. ETL listed and built to North American electrical standards. Lightweight, portable induction cooktop makes handling and storage easy. Perfect for dorm rooms, home kitchens, backyard cooking, RVs, boats, etc
- HIGH EFFICIENCY Choose from 15 preset power levels (200W to 1800W) and 15 preset temperature level settings (140°F to 460°F). With an 83% energy efficiency rating, induction cooker is more efficient than traditional gas or electric stoves yet provides quick heat-up and faster cooking times
- EASY TO CLEAN & VIEW With no open flame or heating element, food does not burn on the oversized glass cooktop, making the induction burner easy to clean—just wipe with a damp towel. The angle control panel with a large display screen, providing easy viewing, even from a distance
- REQUIRES INDUCTION READY COOKWARE Induction stoves rely on cookware to heat, so it’s essential to choose magnetic bottom cookware with a minimum diameter of 5 inches. The auto-pan detection will shut the unit off automatically after 60 seconds if no cookware, or the incorrect cookware is detected
- 100% SATISFACTION Please allow the induction hot plate to cool down before cleaning. If you have any questions with our product, please feel free to contact our customer service. We will address your concern to the best
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Induction cooktop - 1800-Watt Portable Countertop Burner
• Digital control panel and LED display for easy control and viewing.
• Built-in count-down digital timer up to 170 minutes.
• 15 power levels from 200 to 1800 Watts; 15 temperature settings from 140℉ to 460℉.
• Lightweight and compact for easy handling and storage.
• Safety features include auto-pan detection, over-heat protection w/diagnostic error message system, low and high voltage warning system.
• 120V/60Hz 15 amps - standard in all homes.
• Compatible with Duxtop and other induction ready cookware such as: enameled iron, stainless steel with a magnetic bottom, or cast iron.
Why do you choose Duxtop induction cooktop?
✔Elegant and modern design complements any decor and adds style to any kitchen.
✔Built-in digital timer shuts off automatically compared with gas stoves.
✔With an 83% energy efficiency and 1800 watts, duxtop cooktop are almost 50% more powerful than gas stoves.
✔With no open flame or hot cooking element, spills will not burn or stick to the cooktop surface. Easy to clean.
✔The induction process produces heat only within the cookware, it is more energy-efficient and safer than electric or gas burners.
Tips: The rule of thumb for selecting cookware is, if a magnet sticks to the cookware bottom, the cookware will work on your duxtop induction cooktop. Please ensure your cookware bottom is made of a ferrous magnetic material, otherwise the cooktop may not operate(displays “E0” error code).
SECURA is one of the leading North American small appliance manufacturer. Our products are sold under the SECURA and Duxtop brands. We have sold well over 8,000,000 units in the USA and continue to add our product line at an aggressive pace.
SECURA is proud to bring you high quality products in the kitchen, health and beauty and fitness areas. Our products are focused on ease of use, high quality material, ergonomic design and affordability.
|9100MC/9120MC BT-M20B||8100MC/8120MC BT-180G3||8500ST/E210C2||E200A||9600LS/9610LS BT-200DZ||P961LS/BT-C35-D|
|Output Power||1800 Watts||1800 Watts||1800 Watts||1800 Watts||1800 Watts||1800 Watts|
|Timer||Up to 170 Minutes||Up to 170 Minutes||Up to 170 Minutes||Up to 170 Minutes||Up to 10 Hours||Up to 10 Hours|
|Control Ways||Button Control||Button Control||Sensor Touch||Sensor Touch||Sensor Touch||Sensor Touch|
|Boil & Keep Warm Button||X||X||X||X||✓||✓|
|Dimensions||11.4" X 14" X 2.5"||11.4" X 13" X 2.5"||11" X 14.2" X 2.8"||11.6" X 14.7" X 2.2"||11.4" X 14" X 2.5"||12.9" X 16.5" X 4"|
|Weight||5lbs 12oz||5lbs 12oz||6 lbs||8lbs 128oz||5lbs 12oz||13 lbs 201oz|
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The fan was noisier from the start, but after about two months of normal use, it started making so much noise it was unpleasant to be around. I purchased a replacement fan off that bay site and it is better now, but is still noisier than any other I own. This company doesn't want to be contacted about warranty problems, which is why you can't find contact info for them. Figure that once it is 30 days old, it's your problem unless you have paid extra for additional warranty, which doesn't kick in until it is past the one year nonexistent warranty offered by Secura.
Every one of my Duxtop induction cooktops has suffered fan failure in non-commercial use.
UPDATE: Using my electric stove less and this cooktop more. There have been no problems. I purchased a cheaper induction cooktop, about half the price of this, and although it was a good deal for the money, if I had to do it over, I'd rather spend the extra $ and get this same model because it has more cooking increments, ie: 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4 etc for temps, where as the other is: 2,3,4,5 and not as sensitive. I find the extra control of the half increments very useful, and this is derived from time and experience with both cooktops. Both my Silit and All-Clad cookware continue to perform wonderfully.
Don't feel the need to crank up the heat on this thing, set it at five and let it heat up, which it will do rapidly. Once it is nice and hot, turn down to 2.5-3.5 for general cooking. We cook a lot of onions, potatoes and chicken and the odd bit of beef and bacon.
Heats up lightning fast and offers more control. One minute or less and you're up to 350°F from a cold pan.
More energy efficient than gas or electric.
Lighter than you'd think, making portability easy.
Cools down quicker.
Not all cookware works with induction. Don't trust material indicated, look for "induction ready" or the induction symbol on the pan.
Ventilation fan is a bit loud and continues to cool the unit after you've finished cooking. Typically this is 2-3 minutes.
Temperature control only works with food in the pan. If the pan is dry, or only has oil in it, it will get much hotter than you want it to.
The second cooking option is temp. Temp allows cooking from 140 degrees up to 460. I seared a pork tenderloin at 400, lowered the temp and continued to cook it for another 12-15 minutes. Took it off the burner, tented with foil to rest and you would never have known it wasn't done on a grill or in a hot.
Clean up is easy. The cooktop may flash hot but because it's induction it isn't!. I like not having coils to worry about. Nothing to catch on fire.
As someone who truly enjoys cooking this was a great find. You will not be disappointed.
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For first-time induction users (like me), here's what I found in the way of performance. Time to boil 10 fl.oz. (1 cup+) of water using a stainless steel stove-top whistling kettle takes 4 minutes at setting 5, 3 minutes at setting 7 and 2-1/2 minutes at setting 10. The kettle was separated from the cooktop by a single sheet of paper towel to avoid scratching its new surface. This compares favourably to a conventional pancake style 1500W electric kettle which took 2-1/2 minutes to boil the cup of water. Technically, measuring the power draw with a clamp-on ammeter in line with the power cord, the induction unit drew 7.2A at setting 5 (864W), 8.7A at setting 7 (1044W) and 10.6A at setting 10 (1272W). The electric kettle drew 13.5 A (1620W). Looking at these numbers you can see the induction setup is about 15% more efficient than an electric kettle for energy consumed at an optimal heat setting of "7". Why does the induction unit draw less than it's rated power of 1800W at setting 10? Most likely because the kettle was separated from the cooktop by the paper towel thus possibly being less efficient in coupling to the magnetic field radiated by the cooker, and stainless steel being a less effective load than cast iron. The good news seems that the unit doesn't waste energy if the kettle or fry pan can't soak up all the available power. As a final test I put a 10 inch cast iron skillet directly on the cooktop (no paper towel) and it drew 14.2A (1704W) at setting 10, which confirms the ammeter calibration being reasonably close for an 1800W rating.
In summary, the unit appears to meet the manufacturer's claims for performance and is more efficient than resistance type electric heating. Looking forward to lots of bacon & eggs!
EDIT - Feb 25, 2017. It's been over a year and the cooktop is still working as well as it did the first time. I haven't used my resistance element cooktop more than a handful of times since getting the Duxtop. At first, I was putting a paper towel between the cooktop and pots/pans to avoid scratching but all I got was an imprint of the towel on the cooker surface that was tough to get rid of. I've given up on the paper towel separator and have put pots/pans directly on the surface ever since. The surface is very tough - no scratching at all, so don't do what I did with the paper towels. Spills & mess clean quickly with your favourite blue W-indow cleaner. Actually, since having the Duxtop, I'm thinking of dumping my 4-burner resistance element built-in cooktop and getting an induction unit to replace it. If there's ANY downside to induction cooking it's temperature control at low settings. The Duxtop provides power continuously down to setting 3.5; at setting 3 and below, it cycles the magnetic field on and off which isn't good if you want really low heat for long term simmering, e.g. making chili or stews. This is an issue with most induction cookers. The only way I can think of dealing with this is to make a 10in mild steel circular plate that's thick enough to average out the heat cycling (maybe 1/4in or so). Having a "buffer" plate like this would also allow using non-magnetic cookware although the heating efficiency would be worse. Worth a try, though.
- The induction works well and is immediate on pans that are 26cm and lower. 12" pans are a bit big for this thing, but my 14" flat bottom carbon steel wok loves it. My debuyer 9.5 and 11 inchers are in heaven on this thing.
- All carbon steel skillets, woks and pans were very responsive. The lodge 10.5" cast-irons work well but not so the 12" which seems to overwhelm this thing.
- The sloped front panel is much more natural and ergonomic than the flat-top controls others use.
- The fan is incredibly loud on this thing. Surely in this day and age of silent computers we can put in a quieter fan. The user interface is clunky, since the lights and fan are always on, there is little user feed back when you turn off or on, so you can easily turn it on/off accidentaly in a rush.
- Temperature control does NOT work, and was waaay over heating things. The direct-power method is much better.
- The fan annoyingly stalls and stutters on every key press, as if there wasn't enough power.
- On some pans, especially small bottomed (<6") there is insufficient coupling.
- On higher powers,8-10, it makes a surprisingly loud screech around 8khz. This only happens on certain pans. No real pattern. Doesn't happen on the deBuyers, but some of the honeycomb bottomed non-sticks have this badly.
Something that I was pleased with: I was concerned because it looked like there was a seam between the glass cooktop and the plastic housing, but it's not a problem. The glass is very slightly above the plastic, so no contact would be made even if the pot hung over. And it's well sealed with rubber/silicone so it'll be easy to clean.
Just to add, there's an auto-off safety feature - the max time you can cook for is 170 minutes. This is a bit inconvenient if you want to do a very long simmer/slow cook, as you'll have to turn it back on.