2 Piece Induction Set

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The Fagor 2 Piece Induction Set includes a portable induction cooktop and a 9" induction ready aluminum skillet. Perfect for any college student moving into a dorm, a camper or a studio apartment. This eco-friendly set can be used wherever an outlet is available. Its lightweight construction is also perfect for tabletop cooking, for use as an extra cooking zone in the kitchen or as a buffet warmer for entertaining.

Set Includes:
(1) Portable Induction Cooktop
(1) 9" Cast Aluminum nonstick coating Skillet

Portable Induction Cooktop
The display panel on the induction cooktop features a chart that relates cooking levels to temperature and to standard cooking functions. The crystal glass panel and soft touch controls are durable and easy to clean. Unit will not generate heat and will shut off automatically if no cookware is detected.

  • 10 Power sets ranging from 140°F to 430°F
  • 1600 watts of power
  • Built-in digital timer, up to 150 minutes.
  • ETL approved.
  • Compact size: 11.75" x 14", 5 pounds.

Find more about the 2-Piece Induction Set and other Fagor products in the Fagor America website.


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Return policy

We accept returns for up to 14 days from the date the order was delivered.

Remarkable Induction cooking technology warms only the food and pan - not the cooking surface! There are no open flames or heating elements, so the glass surface remains cool to the touch and is easy to clean.

Considered one the most eco-friendly appliances for its efficiency, induction cooktops use 90% of the energy produced. The energy produced by the cooktop is directly supplied to the cooking vessel by a magnetic field. Self-adjusting burners detect the size of the cookware base and automatically adjust so that very little energy is wasted.

Comment

I often wish I had another burner, but I've never broken down to buy one. Next summer when I am canning, I will think of it again.

I thought induction burners only worked with iron or steel pans.

Eddie Childress 2 years ago