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    • CommentAuthorqzz10011
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2017

    After putting in more than 40 hours on research and testing, we’re confident that the Duxtop 8100MC Induction Cooktop is the best for most people. This reasonably priced induction burner boils water quickly and cooks rice faster than the competition. Its easy-to-use interface allows you to choose between a power mode (for general cooking) and a temperature mode (for specific tasks like frying).

    The Duxtop burner also comes with a number of safety features to prevent overheating or to alert you if improper cookware is used. Unlike some of the other models we tested, the smooth, ceramic-glass cooktop allows for a breezy cleanup every time. If you don’t have access to a gas or electric stove, or simply want an extra burner to have in the kitchen, you could benefit from an induction burner. Unlike conventional cooktops, which transfer heat to the bottom of a vessel, these burners use a magnetic coil to generate heat through certain kinds of metal pots.

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