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Best Buy via eBay has Insignia 11.4" 1300W Electric Induction Cooktop (NS-IC1ZBK8) on sale for $29.99 (price shown when added cart). Shipping is free. Thanks Dealhunter30

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Prepare meals easily/conveniently w/ this induction cooker. Features 1300 element wattage w/ LED display touchscreen controls & 1-year manufacturer's warranty w/ purchase. Offer valid only for October 21, 2019 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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From the manual on BB site

Use this: Cast iron, iron, steel/stainless steel,enameled iron

Do NOT use this: Glass, ceramic, aluminum, copper, and other
non-magnetic material.

Use this: Cookware between 4.7 in. (12 cm) and
7.9 in. (20 cm) in diameter

Do NOT use this:
Cookware smaller than 4.7 in. (12 cm) and bigger than 7.9 in. (20 cm) in diameter.

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Why not on 15amp circuit? 15amp = 1800W max at 120v.
This is only 1300w so I would think it will work comfortably.

That said, it is too small, I would get 1800W one from Ikea regularly priced at $50.
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Nice price, been wanting an induction cooktop, but instructions say to use pans smaller than 7.9" in diameter.

I don't think I have any pans that small, nor do I want any pans that small. I almost never cook for just myself.
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Price is good. Note power is only 1300 watts.
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I has really good reviews. I've been wanting to try induction cooking. $30 plus a compatible pan is a pretty low entry cost. Thanks!
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Nice price, been wanting an induction cooktop, but instructions say to use pans smaller than 7.9" in diameter.

I don't think I have any pans that small, nor do I want any pans that small. I almost never cook for just myself.
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Do I have to use a special pan with it?
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From the manual on BB site

Use this: Cast iron, iron, steel/stainless steel,enameled iron

Do NOT use this: Glass, ceramic, aluminum, copper, and other
non-magnetic material.

Use this: Cookware between 4.7 in. (12 cm) and
7.9 in. (20 cm) in diameter

Do NOT use this:
Cookware smaller than 4.7 in. (12 cm) and bigger than 7.9 in. (20 cm) in diameter.

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Do I have to use a special pan with it?
Anything that's magnetic will work. Aluminum will not work.
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Do I have to use a special pan with it?
They have to be steel or iron (magnetic). bought one for my RV and was trying to use a Non-stick, Non-magnetic pan and couldn't make it work then read the instructions. Good thing I have cast iron pans and worked perfect 👌 good price!
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Anything that's magnetic will work. Aluminum will not work.
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Do I have to use a special pan with it?
I have a couple cast aluminum pans with a magnetic stainless base in order to be induction ready. Just try to stick a magnet to the bottom of your pan. If it sticks, you're good to go.
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don't use this if you're on a 15 amp circuit. go infrared, more watt efficient.
Why not on 15amp circuit? 15amp = 1800W max at 120v.
This is only 1300w so I would think it will work comfortably.

That said, it is too small, I would get 1800W one from Ikea regularly priced at $50.
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Why not on 15amp circuit? 15amp = 1800W max at 120v.
This is only 1300w so I would think it will work comfortably.

That said, it is too small, I would get 1800W one from Ikea regularly priced at $50.
Yes. Only reason being in my experience if the circuit is being used by other devices it's just too easy to trip the breaker. The 1100W infrared on Amazon does the job, and only time I have to turn it all the way up is to boil water, so not sure why 1300-1800W would even be necessary.
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