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|03-01-2013 03:04 PM|
yes Induction really is the way to go the safety factor for me is a major selling point I can boil water take the pan off and touch the cook top we also use a towel on top of the cooktop to keep it clean it works really well.
this really is a killer price.
|03-01-2013 02:46 PM|
I highly recommend induction cooking.
If you want to take an inexpensive foray into the induction world, you can try it for about $50 (when on sale, which happens a couple times a year on these units) with a "hotplate" style unit that works fantastically:
You'll never go back! Why? It's the best of both worlds:
1) even more convenient than a smooth top electric (because the top doesn't heat up so food does not get baked on because of the lack of heat).
2) the precise control of gas
|03-01-2013 02:13 PM|
Maytag 30" Induction Freestanding Electric Range - 1376.99+Tax @ Sears
I was shopping for an induction range and found a Maytag Model MIR8890AS at HomeDepot.
$1619 was the best price that showed up on web search.
I thought I'd see if Sears would pricematch but when I added the item to the cart, it showed up as $1376.99.
Add the item to cart to see the sale price.
This is an induction range. Make sure your cookware is compatible before buying.