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Duxtop LCD 1800-Watt Portable Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner 9600LS $74.99

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I havent bought one of these because IKEA has them for $45 and I just gotta get there lol
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I've been following this on a price check site since last Fall and was hoping for $80. It's one of the higher level versions of an induction unit, usually costs $100, and it has pretty good reviews.

For those unaware, induction is a method to make atoms move faster, i.e. heat up, and is more direct and efficient (read: quick) than electric or gas based methods.

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I havent bought one of these because IKEA has them for $45 and I just gotta get there lol
It appears the ikea one is also 1800w.
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Will this work for pork chops?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jB4tJgzcVJE
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These are both 1800w also.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...UTF8&psc=1 this for $63 after %10 cupon clipped
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...UTF8&psc=1 and this one for $45 after %10 cupon clipped

I dont know anything about any of these but I'd like to know what makes this one better than the others or if anyone can recommend one brand over the others
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Can somebody verify that the unit can pull the 1800w as stated? How thick is the power cord?
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These are both 1800w also.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...UTF8&psc=1 this for $63 after %10 cupon clipped
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...UTF8&psc=1 and this one for $45 after %10 cupon clipped

I dont know anything about any of these but I'd like to know what makes this one better than the others or if anyone can recommend one brand over the others
The 9600 has a bigger temperature range, between 100-460F and has a 10 hour timer. The 8100 and 9100 both have a range of 140-460F and a 170 minute timer, The 8100 only has 10 power levels while the 9100 has 15.
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For those unaware, induction is a method to make atoms move faster
That would make a nuclear explosion! Kudos to the Physics (oops, sorry, just 'Science') school teachers and students of the best nation in the world!
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Can somebody verify that the unit can pull the 1800w as stated? How thick is the power cord?
Yeah, I have this as a 8100MC model, which is much more cost-effective. Hardware-wise all these Duxtops are the same, just programmed with different firmware versions to claim more granularity for the same power.
It does boil faster then my previous 1500W cooktop. The cord is thicker than usual but still less then of a microwave oven, good enough for max 15 Amps.
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Yeah, I have this as a 8100MC model, which is much more cost-effective. Hardware-wise all these Duxtops are the same, just programmed with different firmware versions to claim more granularity for the same power.
It does boil faster then my previous 1500W cooktop. The cord is thicker than usual but still less then of a microwave oven, good enough for max 15 Amps.
I have this as well. Got it last Black Friday I think for $50.
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Here is the ikea one https://m.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/.../10343776/
The main difference is the number of power levels (9 for Ikea, 20 for the 9600). Unless all you're doing is boiling small amounts of water, a lower wattage with more power levels gives much greater control over the heat.

For example, I have a 1300watt model with 10 power levels, and a 1800watt model with 9 power levels. The setting of 5 in the former is equivalent to the setting of 2 on my 1800watt model for maintaining a minimum boil. It makes cooking chili or tomato sauce annoying on the latter, while the former struggles more with deep frying or maintaining searing temps. I don't have the Duxtop, but it is possible that the 20 settings cover a wider range of situations better. It may be worthwhile to pay a little extra for this Duxtop, but it is also quite possible the Ikea model will cover all your needs at a slightly lower cost depending on the type of cooking you do.

I also prefer thick bottom disc based cookware on induction cooktops, but that is personal preference.
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guys why bought these?gas is so cheaper, electricity fee is expensive
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I have this as well. Got it last Black Friday I think for $50.
I got mine on 11/28/17 from Amazon for $25 when they had their 50%off deal.
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