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Is this induction compatible?

asked on November 6, 2012

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Yes
nicole answered on November 6, 2012
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yes it is
Baby cakes answered on November 7, 2012
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I have a Maytag MER7662W Stainless Steel range, and my pots and pans work wonderfully and in it. An induction cooktop heats the vessel, which in this case is stainless, and then the vessel heats the food evenly. I can't imagine that this cookware would not work with an induction range. It never mentioned not using it w… see more I have a Maytag MER7662W Stainless Steel range, and my pots and pans work wonderfully and in it. An induction cooktop heats the vessel, which in this case is stainless, and then the vessel heats the food evenly. I can't imagine that this cookware would not work with an induction range. It never mentioned not using it with such a range in the instructions. You can heat any of the pans in the oven up to 400 degrees, I believe, and that would go for any oven. As for the cooktop, stainless and cast iron are going to work well on any surface, with any type of heat. Depending on your range, I'd be wary of the cheaper enameled cookware, which I've read can flake off or damage smooth cooktops, but you won't have that problem with these pots and pans. I'm not an expert on induction cooking, but I do love this cookware. My pots and pans still look like new and nothing sticks to them for long. The rubbery handles prevent slippage, and don't burn your hands (at least when used in regular heating on the stove top -- I can't speak for how they'd do fresh from the oven because I always use mitts). I highly recommend them. see less I have a Maytag MER7662W Stainless Steel range, and my pots and pans work wonderfully and in it. An induction cooktop heats the vessel, which in this case is stainless, and then the vessel heats the food evenly. I can't imagine that this cookware would not work with an induction range. It never mentioned not using it with such a range in the instructions. You can heat any of the pans in the oven up to 400 degrees, I believe, and that would go for any oven. As for the cooktop, stainless and cast iron are going to work well on any surface, with any type of heat. Depending on your range, I'd be wary of the cheaper enameled cookware, which I've read can flake off or damage smooth cooktops, but you won't have that problem with these pots and pans. I'm not an expert on induction cooking, but I do love this cookware. My pots and pans still look like new and nothing sticks to them for long. The rubbery handles prevent slippage, and don't burn your hands (at least when used in regular heating on the stove top -- I can't speak for how they'd do fresh from the oven because I always use mitts). I highly recommend them.
A. Logan answered on November 6, 2012
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