Indoors or outdoors, induction cooking is the way to go
A completely different way to cook, an induction cooking surface transforms your cooking pot into a self-generator of the heat needed to cook its contents. Instead of the cooktop heating and transferring that heat to the pot, an electromagnetic field causes the pot itself to heat.
A Duxtop 8100MC Portable Induction Cooktop review shows just how quickly you’ll come to love this highly versatile cooktop. Whether you’re hosting an elegant outdoor party or engaging in a mega cooking spree and need an extra burner, it works for you big time. And, cooking, heating or reheating a one-pot meal? No need to turn on the stove – just plug in your Duxtop portable cooktop. Please feel free to checkout more at inductionpros
Fast and easy to use
Lightweight and compact your DuxTop Induction Cooktop is easy to handle and easy to store. It operates from a standard 120 volt/15 amp household outlet, making it easy to move to wherever you need it. Any induction cookware can be used – aluminum, steel, cast iron, and even stainless steel providing it has a magnetic base. If you’re not sure, just take a magnet and ensure that it sticks fast to the bottom of the pot. The greatest benefit of induction is its power and precision. It cooks faster than a conventional burner and wastes less heat in doing so.
Other convenient features are:
- 140 to 460ºF temperature range
- Warning system for high or low voltage
- 10 power levels 200W to1800W
- Digital touch control panel
- Digital timer for up to 170 minutes in increments of five
- Diagnostic error message feature
- Automatic shut-off feature for when no pot or pan is detected
Safe and energy efficient
ETL approved Duxtop 8100MC Portable Induction Cooktop uses a whopping 80% to 90% of the energy it draws. This is because the energy it produces is directly transferred to the cooking pot. Unlike the heat generated by a conventional burner, there is no wastage. The pot is automatically detected and the induction element adjusts to its size. Two white circles on the black surface indicate where to place your pot, and the automatic shut-off prevents the cooktop being left on by mistake. The simple, clean design of the control panel makes the cooktop very easy to use and the error message feature will prevent any non-induction cookware from being used.
Stylishly elegant for entertaining
Your Duxtop portable cooktop adds a dignified air to an outdoor party and sophisticated panache to a formal or informal buffet supper. It’s highly stable, won’t tip and is attractively designed. Learn how induction cooking works and it can be a great conversation piece, too!
Induction cooking 101
The element on your induction cooker is, in fact, a high-frequency electromagnet. Under the ceramic surface, a magnetic field is being electronically generated. Placed in the magnetic field, the magnetic metal of the cooking pot attracts the energy and heats up. The strength of the electromagnetic field is controlled so that exactly the desired amount of heat is created.
Conveniently easy to clean
Cleaning is absolutely no problem for your Duxtop portable cooktop. It’s simply a matter of allowing it to cool once you’ve finished cooking, then wiping it with a clean, wet cloth.
You’ll find cooking with your 8100 MC Duxtop Induction Cooktop really cool! That is the stovetop stays cool, the kitchen stays cool and you stay cool. It’s economically priced and has a 1-year warranty. Fast, safe and economic, induction cooking is definitely the way to go.