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You can increase the maximum power output for 10 minutes when you begin cooking. This is useful if you need to boil something very quickly and also means you don't have to wait for pans to preheat. Thanks to this option and overall high efficiency, it's ideal for fast cooking. See More
If you’re used to conventional cookers, you’ll have to change your cooking habits, as you don’t need to preheat pans or wait for a long time to boil water. You will also have to avoid picking up the pan to flip food as that may scratch the surface and will switch the cooktop off. See More
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All of the burners can provide a very wide range of temperatures. For example, the left front burner can deliver temperatures as high as 800 degrees Fahrenheit, but it’s also capable of heating at a minimum of 84 degrees for simmering and melting butter. See More
The cooktop allows you to store up to 25 different preset options for recipes of food that you love. Not only can you store the desired temperatures, but also the different time frames. For example, the dish can boil for 15 minutes, simmer for another 20 minutes, and switch off after that. See More
There are two small burners at the back and two large ones in the front with variable size. Almost all typical cookware should fit on this cooktop since there are seven different sizes to choose from throughout the unit. The smaller back burners can be used to keep your food warm or to gently simmer something while you can do the main cooking on the large front ones. See More
This two-burner cooktop is a very effective solution for those that have small kitchens. Not only will it occupy considerably less space than a regular five-burner cooktop, you also can place it in a drawer when you need to free up an extra kitchen surface. See More
The cooktop uses induction technology, meaning that it heats up to cookware itself and not the burners. Not only does it use power more efficiently, it heats up almost instantly, taking only half a minute to heat a pan. Another benefit is that the surface doesn’t get hot, as the energy is transferred directly to the cookware. See More
The TI-2C is a portable cooktop that's great for lodges, caravans or those who don’t want to install a cooktop into their countertop. However, there is also a TI-2B model, which is technically identical but can be built in countertops, and an MD-2B model, which is a smaller version with smaller burners that can be either carried around or installed permanently in your kitchen. See More
Unlike most other induction cooktops, the Empava doesn't really have a 'low setting'. It only throttles the temperature down by powering on and off rather than staying at the lowest level like other inductions cooktops do. Simmering on low heat may be hard with this quirk. See More