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Elite Portable Induction Cooktop Red EIND-88R $13.99 + fs @newegg.com

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Levels of heating power.
7" cooking surface.
The fastest way to cook-quicker than gas or electric burners.
Cook at a high heat with no open flame, the pan becomes the heating element.
Digital display and push button controls.
Measures 10" diameter x 3" height.
Energy efficient and safe cooking.
800 Watts.
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This is dirt cheap, but spend the extra 25 bucks and get an 1800 watt unit unless you have a specific use for a low power unit.
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gonna try this out for hot pot... lets see how well it works.
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Is 800 watts going to even be able to do much more than warm things up?
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gonna try this out for hot pot... lets see how well it works.
Unless you have a thimble sized hotpot, not going to work real well. 800 watts is low power.
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Unless you have a thimble sized hotpot, not going to work real well. 800 watts is low power.
at 14 bucks what do i really have to lose?
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at 14 bucks what do i really have to lose?
14 bucks.
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14 bucks.
Legit LOL.
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I've a 1500-watt model but always use 1000-watt setting or lower. It boils 3 quarts of water just as quick as my 2000-watt kitchen cooktop. Just ordered one, thanks.
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Looks perfect for a dorm room, travel, anyplace missing a regular stovetop for light occasional cooking , or keeping food warm on a serving table (assuming your serving dish is ferrous)

http://www.magneticcooky.com/maxi...on-cooker/

Agree that if you are going to be using this as a daily part of your cooking or large meals, you probably want something more powerful.


Earlier thread on same for reference
https://slickdeals.net/share/ipad_app/t/10346352
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at 14 bucks what do i really have to lose?
you could burn down your house with this
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you could burn down your house with this
Where is the instruction?
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Where is the instruction?
1. place burner near flammable items like wood cabinets, napkins, etc
2. plug in
3. forget about it until you smell smoke and its too late
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1. place burner near flammable items like wood cabinets, napkins, etc
2. plug in
3. forget about it until you smell smoke and its too late
do you not know how induction cooktops work?
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