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Open Box: Rosewill RHAI-13001. 1800-Watt Induction Cooker Cooktop w/ Stainless Steel Pot for $22.39 AC + Free Shipping

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Open Box: Rosewill RHAI-13001. 1800-Watt Induction Cooker Cooktop w/ Stainless Steel Pot [newegg.com] $22.39
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Works fine, the fan is a bit noisy. I don't have any other induction cooktop to compare.

Stainless steel but the stain isn't easy to remove once you burn the food in it.

Costco also have an induction cooktop too, I always wonder if it's better.
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Newegg has other open box cooktop models on sale too. Just search induction cooktop.
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I had this for a year or two. It works fairly well. The temperature granularity can be a pest as sometimes it won't simmer only boil or just heat. After about a year of pasta water overflowing the front pannel stopped responding. It is great for the price but I would suggest some silicon on the top edge of the control unit if you over boil some times.

We ended up replacing it with this one:. may be worth adding a bit more money if you plan to use regularly. https://m.newegg.com/products/9SIA1JX3T36998
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Costco also have an induction cooktop too, I always wonder if it's better.
People on here mention the Ikea one also
https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalo.../10343776/
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After about a year of pasta water overflowing the front pannel stopped responding.
Try cleaning its connector contacts.
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I just did order this BUT , now I just noticed this on newegg's website:

Open Box : Newegg only guarantees your receipt of the Open Box product with the purchase of this item. Any accessories MAY OR MAY NOT be included. Newegg will NOT send you any missing accessories, even if it is required to use all of the item's functions.Open Box items usually do not come with manufacturer or vendor warranty or technical support. However, warranty support may be available if an item was never registered by a previous owner. Please contact the manufacturer to check.

It sounds like it might not come with stainless steel pot or cord or other things you might need to get it to work.

What do you guys think about this? I would expect all the stuff to be in the package, but box was OPEN, but if things are missing and we don't know for each purchase what is missing, that seems deceptive to me.

Best Buy and Amazon have open box stuff and each states what is missing or if their are dents/scratches ect.

I had to open the orange icon next to where it says OPEN BOX that gives info.

Did I just screw up buying this from Newegg.
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In 4 2. Thanks OP!
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Sold out.
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I just did order this BUT , now I just noticed this on newegg's website:

Open Box : Newegg only guarantees your receipt of the Open Box product with the purchase of this item. Any accessories MAY OR MAY NOT be included. Newegg will NOT send you any missing accessories, even if it is required to use all of the item's functions.Open Box items usually do not come with manufacturer or vendor warranty or technical support. However, warranty support may be available if an item was never registered by a previous owner. Please contact the manufacturer to check.

It sounds like it might not come with stainless steel pot or cord or other things you might need to get it to work.

What do you guys think about this? I would expect all the stuff to be in the package, but box was OPEN, but if things are missing and we don't know for each purchase what is missing, that seems deceptive to me.

Best Buy and Amazon have open box stuff and each states what is missing or if their are dents/scratches ect.

I had to open the orange icon next to where it says OPEN BOX that gives info.

Did I just screw up buying this from Newegg.
It does sound very fishy. I have never receive items that comes missing parts like a power cord. I have ordered a few open box items from newegg including this cooktop. The pot does have stain indicating it has burned food.
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It does sound very fishy. I have never receive items that comes missing parts like a power cord. I have ordered a few open box items from newegg including this cooktop. The pot does have stain indicating it has burned food.
It sounds quite reasonable. You don't need the pot to use the cooker and it's a piece of cake to replace 'missing' power cord if she had her arm growing not from her butt. BTW one can't 'miss' the power cord unless cut since it's one piece with the cooker.
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It sounds quite reasonable. You don't need the pot to use the cooker and it's a piece of cake to replace 'missing' power cord if she had her arm growing not from her butt. BTW one can't 'miss' the power cord unless cut since it's one piece with the cooker.
So the power cord is attached to unit, that is good to know.

Also, a number of people on Amazon were saying the pot is a piece of crap, so, I guess I will get a better pot if the crap one sucks. Smilie
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So the power cord is attached to unit, that is good to know.

Also, a number of people on Amazon were saying the pot is a piece of crap, so, I guess I will get a better pot if the crap one sucks. Smilie
I owned several of them induction cookers, all different brands, makes and models. They all are basically the same, made from the same parts on the same factories. They specs would slightly differ, that's what you need to look at, such as power rating and the number of steps in power regulation.
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I owned several of them induction cookers, all different brands, makes and models. They all are basically the same, made from the same parts on the same factories. They specs would slightly differ, that's what you need to look at, such as power rating and the number of steps in power regulation.
Cool. Since you are knowledgeable about this, is this deal decent?
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Cool. Since you are knowledgeable about this, is this deal decent?
I'd jump on it in a beat had I needed one now.
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