Duxtop LCD 1800-Watt Portable Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner 9600LS
Sometimes you might not have a stove that you need to cook your delicious breakfast with, especially if you are on a picnic. Would it be better to have a stove you can carry around with you as long as you have a power source?
Duxtop Portable Induction Cooktop is the ultimate solution for your needs when you are required to cook outside of your own place. It is lightweight and compact which is easy for you to carry around and store. It uses 120 volts and 15 amps of electricity which is a standard for every home.
So, you can plug it in anywhere you want. If you never heard of an induction cooking before, here is an explanation. Induction cooking is very different from a standard electric cooking stove and all other cooking technologies.
The device itself does not generate any heat, but an electromagnetic field. The way it works is that the device will generate the electromagnetic field that makes the vessel on top of it heats up.
So, the main source of heat is not the device, but the vessel or container above it. However, the vessel has to be metal such as a cast-iron skillet and a stainless-steel pot. If the vessel is not made out of metal, the electromagnetic field cannot generate heat on it. It is very important that you have the right cookware to use with this kind of cooktop.
The Duxtop Portable Induction Cooktop also comes with many features for your benefits. It comes with the auto-pan detection sensor that will shut down the device if there is no cookware on top of it for 60 seconds.
So, you do not have to worry about shutting it off, but it is still a good practice to always remember to shut it down. It also comes with a low and high voltage warning system and diagnostic error message system.
If anything happens to the device, you will know what is wrong with it through these systems. As mentioned earlier, you have to use this device with a vessel that is made out of metal.
Additionally, you can use the device with the induction ready cookware such as cast aluminum enameled iron and steel, stainless steel with a magnetic bottom, and cast iron. Be sure to carefully read the description on your own vessel if it is compatible with an induction cooktop or not.
Our pros and cons reviews :
- New arrival
- Durable and safe
- Specially designed
- Durable and strong material
- Hard to store
- Limited options for colors