DUXTOP 1800-Watt Portable Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner
- Duxtop Induction Cooktop uses 120 volts, 15 amps of electricity - standard in all homes; Lightweight and compact for easy handling and storage
- Digital control panel
- Built-in count-down digital timer with 5 min increments up to 170 minutes; 10 temperature range from 140F to 460F; 10 power levels from 200-1800Watts; 6 ft cord
- Compatible with Duxtop Whole-Clad premium cookware and other induction ready cookware such as cast aluminum enameled iron and steel, stainless steel with a magnetic bottom, or cast iron
- The auto-pan detection will shut the unit automatically after 60 seconds if no cookware is detected; Equipped with diagnostic error message system, Low and high voltage warning system; ETL approved
Amazing! I've never owned an induction cooktop before. What a waste of time my old electric stove top is compared to this. The unit is very sturdy, nice thick power cable and very easy to use. Cleans up easy and comes up to temp almost instantly. Just like gas cooktops, when you shut the power off, you shut the heat off.
FYI...The magnet test doesn't always work. I have a stainless steel pot that a magnet does NOT stick to, but it works on the cooktop. I also have a few pots that the magnet DOES stick to, but they do not work on the cooktop. Know before you buy!
Waring Pro Countertop Portable Burner
- 1300-watt portable single burner provides extra heating options
- Durable cast-iron plate heats up quickly and ensures stable heat retention
- Adjustable thermostat; "on" and "ready" indicator lights
- Brushed stainless-steel housing; non-slip rubber feet; low-silhouette design
- Measures 10-3/4 by 11-1/2 by 4 inches; 1-year limited warranty
I bought this for a friend that recently had a stove that quit working. She needed some thing temporary that could be used as a subsitute but just as good as a stove. This portable double burner was perfect for what my friend needed. Not only does it look really nice but it cooks just as good as a regular stove. I highly recommend this to anyone shopping for a portable burner, it's worth it.
Spt 1300-Watt Induction Cooktop, Silver
- Touch-sensitive led panel with control lock
- Dual functions: cook and warm
- Up to 8 hours timer
- Automatic pan detection
- 7 power settings (100-300-500-700-900-1100-1300-watt) and 13 keep warm settings (100-120-140-160-180-190-210-230-250-280-300-350-390-degree f)
I love this cooktop! Cooks so fast. Clean up is a breeze. Works like a charm. It's now sitting on top of my stove. I haven't used my stove since we bought this so we're saving electricity. (Our stove is electric thus 220V and electricity in Hawaii is quite expensive.) It's everything we hoped it would be and more!
Aroma Hot Plates
- Portable electric hot plate made of durable die-cast metal
- Single burner quickly delivers fast, consistent heat
- Low, warm, medium, and high temperature settings
- Non-skid feet; "on" indicator light for safety; recipes included
- Measures approximately 9-2/5 by 8-1/2 by 3 inches; 1-year limited warranty
We purchased this Hot Plate to use while we are traveling. We have a lot of food allergies and restrictions in our family and this has been the perfect solution to cooking on the go! It warms up nice and evenly and it is small enough take with you. The whole unit does get very hot, so use caution when cooking. Other than that, it's perfect!
Proctor-Silex 34101 Fifth Burner
- Portable single burner with 1000 watts of power
- Easy-to-use temperature-setting knob for low, medium, or high heat
- Provides quick and sustained heat; power indicator light
- 4-feet for stability; chrome drip pan wipes clean; slim space-saving design
- Measures 10 by 3-2/3 by 11 inches; 6-month limited warranty
ok so during hard times i was forced to move from a rather nice home that i was renting space to a travel trailer that i aquired. minus the sob story i was getting tired of using propane to use for cooking so i decided to goto electric. honestly this product works great in comparison to what i was using before(travel trailer stove) although if you have a home with a real stove then your better off but for tough times like mine or for traveling or camping then i recomend this product.
my only pet peeve is that the saftey device clicks on sooner than i would like but it still is more than i expected.
for $21 after shipping no complaints.
Max Burton 6010 8-Inch Induction Interface Disk with Heat-Proof Handle
- Interface disk enables non-induction cookware to be used on induction surfaces
- Designed for use with any portable or built-in induction cooktop
- Durable stainless-steel construction evenly distributes heat
- Heat-proof handle ensures a secure, comfortable grip
- Measures 8 by 15 by 1/2 inches
Without this adapter my stove top will not stay on for my Imusa B120-22069SET 9-Piece Stainless Steel Espresso Set (reviewed separately). This adapter allows me to use the P (Plus) setting for fast heat and stays on for the entire brew cycle. I saw similar results with a coated aluminum pan while we waited for the new cookware to arrive from Samsung's Induction Range rebate offer. This induction adapter plate is great if you have a favorite enamel or thin copper tea kettle that cannot normally be used with induction cook tops.
MaxiMatic ESB-301F Elite Cuisine Single Cast Burner 1000-Watt Hot Plate, White
- 1000 Watts of power for faster cooking
- Adjustable temperature control with Off, Warm, Low, Med, and High settings
- Easy to clean heavy duty cast-iron flat heating plate
- Cool-touch base
- Power indicator light
- Non-skid rubber feet for stable cooking
if you want something simple, fast, functional, this is the product you are looking for! I'm glad to have purchased this one instead any of those fancy electronic ones with glossy top. Only one thing to be aware, try not to get water stain on the plate or it'll rust. Or try to clean the plate regularly if you care how it looks.
Continental Electric 1100-Watt Single Burner
- 1100-watt of power
- Self cleaning elements
- Adjustable temperature control
- Excellent gift for small homes or students
- Durable and stylish
This burner heats up fast and is very powerful bringing things up to temperature in no time. It works much better than my old burner. It does toggle off and on a lot probably for fire safety but I haven't noticed it getting too cold. I mostly use this for lighting up natural hookah coals and it does it very quickly. The silver tray is not removable but its still nice to be able to ash your coals on this as long as you pick up the whole unit to dump the ashes.
Nesco PIC-14 Portable Induction Cooktop, 1500-Watt
- Five power settings
- Area around pan stays cool to the touch
- 84% energy efficient
- Greater heat consistency
- Includes magnet to test cookware
I was very pleased with this cook top and It has exceeded my expectations. I'm sure there are better ones out there but almost certainly not as low a price tag this one has. I bought this to replace an old electric hot plate that I had in my workshop area. I wanted to use an induction cook top for safety reasons and wasn't expecting it to be so much more effective than the one that it replaced. It brings a standard size tea kettle filled to max capacity to a full rolling a little over 5 min whereas the old hot plate took nearly 15 min. Now when I need an extra burner in the kitchen, while making a big meal I bring this in to use along side the stove.
NuWave PIC - Precision Induction Cooktop
- 6 different pre-programmed temperature settings
- Has the flexibility to cook at 52 different temperatures between 100F and 575F
- Equipped with programmable stage cooking functionality with up to 100 hours of program memory and performance
- Versatility to boil, simmer, deep-fry, stir-fry, saute, steam and sear, slow cook, barbecue, melt and grill
- Uses up to 70% less energy
- Lightweight and portable
- State-of-the-art safety features such as automatic shut-off
WI have an induction burner but never used it much because of its shape and controls. When I saw this advertised on TV, I was intrigued, And it works as well as they imply!
The main drawback of induction burners, is the need for the right pans. FInding them, without taking a magnet in my purse, was difficult but found that some companies are listing the usable burners on the cardboard. I have the 2 perfect size skillets now and had a large soup pan already.
This is an investment I am very happy with, but seem to like the Ninja products!