WRITTEN BY Mark Jeldi ON August 24, 2010

Induction Cooktop Uses Magnets To Heat Your Pans So You Don’t Burn Your Hands

Induction Cooktop

Induction Cooktop

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The Induction Cooktop uses magnetic fields that excite your iron & steel pans, causing them to heat up whilst leaving the element cool to prevent fires & burns.

Traditional cooktops with their open flames and glowing red elements are nasty, scalding, fire-starting devices and their built-in design and energy-wasting ways just ain’t in keeping with the times. Fortunately though, this cool portable electric cooker fixes us up some solutions. Called the Induction Cooktop, it uses magnetic fields that excite your iron or steel pans and cause them to heat up – whilst leaving the element cool to the touch to prevent burns, fires and wasted heat transfer from element edges.

Pairing perfectly with the Breville Smart Oven we saw recently to add a steak-searing element to kitchen-less apartments (or simply extra cooking capacity when preparing for guests), the Induction Cooktop is also small enough for you to take wherever you can get 110V power. Tailgate T-bone? Backyard BBQ? You betchar. Just grab yourself a car inverter or extension lead.

Drawing 1800 watts to produce temperatures from 140°F to 450°F, the Induction Cooktop includes an LED display, 10 power levels, a 180 minute timer, an overheat sensor and is available now from ThinkGeek for $99.99.

Where can I buy it?
Store: ThinkGeek
Price: $99.99
Buy Now at ThinkGeek

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