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Promoted 09-19-2016 by Discombobulated at 02:38 AM View Original Post
Best Buy.com has 4-Piece Insignia Induction Cooktop Set (Black NS-IC87BK6) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks steadyvg

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.

Includes
  • 2-Quart Sauce Pan w/ Lid
  • 4-Piece Induction Cooktop Set
  • 8" Fry Pan
  • Magnet (use to make sure that your cookware is induction ready)
  • Manual

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This induction set features a 1300W element, glass cooktop w/ LED display with digital slide controls. Offer valid only for September 19, 2016 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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Edited September 19, 2016 at 05:25 AM by wuzzy
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Free 2 day shipping. The cookware seems a little small when you realize that is a single egg in the pan in the product photos. Even then this is a hot deal for a mere $50!
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Anyone compare this to the Newegg one? Rosewell. Mine has worked for years but was thinking of getting another one.
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1300w is a little underpowered. 1800w induction cooktop is a lot faster for boiling water.
Duxtop , Max Burton and now Nu wave are the best 1800w induction cooktops available.
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Rosewell is the same price and no tax plus bullet proof so far.
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Get the 1800w Rosewill one instead.
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Minimum safe distance to keep metal away from the stove
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eggs included??
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Quote from billcsho View Post :
Get the 1800w Rosewill one instead.
I don't know if you are right about getting the Rosewill instead of this one.

It is true both are 49 dollars and your Rosewill is 1800w vs 1300w.

But did you read the Reviews on newegg about the Rosewill? I don't think so.

Then read the reviews of the best-buy unit.

Night and Day difference.

Not that it matters, but in your Rosewill unit has many people complaining it stops working after a few uses. And that it comes with cheap pot , and everybody agrees on that point.

Then read best buy 98 percent positive reviews 5-4 stars.

With best buy one, most say the pot and frying pan that it comes with are quality items.

Maybe the Rosewill is good product , but I couldn't tell that from the user reviews.

Maybe others can chime in between getting this unit and one of the other ones. I'm open, since I never owned this type product before. But I am looking for product with mostly good user reviews.
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I got this last time it was deal of the day and it is fantastic. Heats up very quickly. Build quality is very good. Included pans are very nice as well. Cannot comment on the Rosewill
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eggs included??
Yes.. also included is a sammich maker aka wife.
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i explored getting an induction cooktop 6 months ago, and arrived at the conclusion that natural gas is now cheaper than ever before, so if you already have a gas oven, it's worth paying the minimum monthly charge over getting induction, potentially paying for an electrician to supply it, and then paying for electricity per kwh. carbon footprint wise your electric generation plant is probably using the same cheap natural gas you'd use cooking.

the only truly energy efficient way to cook is using pressure.
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i explored getting an induction cooktop 6 months ago, and arrived at the conclusion that natural gas is now cheaper than ever before, so if you already have a gas oven, it's worth paying the minimum monthly charge over getting induction, potentially paying for an electrician to supply it, and then paying for electricity per kwh. carbon footprint wise your electric generation plant is probably using the same cheap natural gas you'd use cooking.

the only truly energy efficient way to cook is using pressure.
I bought this for portable, emergency, office use.
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Quote from PetSpy View Post :
i explored getting an induction cooktop 6 months ago, and arrived at the conclusion that natural gas is now cheaper than ever before, so if you already have a gas oven, it's worth paying the minimum monthly charge over getting induction, potentially paying for an electrician to supply it, and then paying for electricity per kwh. carbon footprint wise your electric generation plant is probably using the same cheap natural gas you'd use cooking.

the only truly energy efficient way to cook is using pressure.
I was thinking same along the line. Additionally, in my case i will have to replace half of my current pans and pots.

Haven't said that I am thinking about getting this for my grand parents, on several occasion they have tripped the smoker alarms by not remembering to turn off the electrical cooktop.


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