This flexible, top-of-the-line induction cooktop is meant for serious cooks. It offers all the benefits the induction technology has: exceptional safety, efficiency, fast heating times and precise controls. On top of that, it has an entire zone just for working with very large cookware.
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Pro Flexible cooking possibilities
The cooktop will allow you to expand your cooking talents with elements ranging from 6" up to a whopping 11". Additionally, two of the rectangular elements can be joined as one.
Pro Has overheating protection
It’s a very safe unit to use. The cooktop itself doesn’t heat up as much as standard electric or gas cooktops. Even if it gets warm during long cooking, the cooktop will warn you about that.
Pro Can be locked
There is a control lock feature that works both when the unit is in use and turned off.
Pro Can detect incompatible cookware
It will shut off if it detects that the cookware you’re using is incompatible with induction elements.
Pro Can detect spills
If the unit detects moisture, it will automatically switch off to prevent accidents and flare-ups.
Pro Suitable for large cookware
The two rectangular elements on the left can be bridged together, turning it into a single large part. This allows you to use large griddles or pans. The combined power of the two elements heats up the cookware very quickly and evenly.
Pro Has multiple timers
You can set the timer for each of the heating elements separately, which is a very rare option in cooktops.
Pro Precise temperature control
There is a total of 17 different heat settings that you can choose for very precise temperature control.
Con Messy workflow
Setting the heat levels is a bit of a hassle, as you need to choose the zone first before you can change the level.
Con Doesn't work with all cookware
With this cooktop, you can only use cookware that is compatible with induction elements.