Induction Cooktops

Induction cooktops are a type of electric cooktop that use magnetic fields to heat up the cookware directly, instead of heating the surface underneath. This makes them more energy-efficient, safer, faster, and more precise than gas or standard electric cooktops. Induction cooktops require special cookware that is made of magnetic materials, such as cast iron or stainless steel. Induction cooktops come in different sizes and designs, from portable single-burner units to built-in 36-inch models with five elements. Some induction cooktops also have smart features, such as Wi-Fi connectivity, touch controls, and sync burners. Induction cooktops are becoming more popular among home cooks who want to enjoy the benefits of modern technology in their kitchens.

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