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Induction Cooktops Buyer’s Guide
There’s a lot of technical terms being thrown around in these reviews, so it may benefit you to brush up on some of the features to look for when purchasing the induction cooktop for your needs. Here’s a quick breakdown of some terms you’ll often see, and how they relate to your induction cooktop experience.
Portable Vs. Built-In: Some induction cooktops are made to be built in to your countertop, replacing your gas or electric stove. Others are portable, meant for your RV, office or other temporary space. Look for a lightweight, compact version if you will use it in different places, which plugs into a regular 120 volt outlet.
Magnetic Cookware: Induction cooktops only work with magnetic cookware. Most cookware are made for induction nowadays, but it’s good to check your pots and pans beforehand with a refrigerator magnet, or it can be costly to buy new ones.
Eyes: These are a key component of any induction cooktop, as these are the surfaces that heat up your food product. The size and placement of these will affect how thoroughly the desired food is cooked.
Keep these terms in mind when comparing prices and features to find the Best Induction Cooktop!