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Rosewill 1800W Induction Cooker + 10" 3.5-Qt. Stainless Steel Pot

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Amazon also has Rosewill 1800W Induction Cooker + 10" 3.5-Qt. Stainless Steel Pot for $34.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Update: RHAI-15001 [newegg.com] now available for $29.99 11/11 only

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see post above
Read the thread. I don't believe everyone is going to use this on 12 gauge 20A wiring . My point was that, if you don't want to risk tripping a breaker, make sure you know you have a 20amp breaker and 12 gauge wiring.
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Thanks, OP.
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The original price for this item is $50 not $100.

It's also $35 on Amazon.com
https://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-I...8600&psc=1

Newegg is charging sale tax now :? I will buy from Amazon then.. at least get 3% cash back
How to get 3% cash back on Amazon?
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Not a piece of cake to upgrade if you don't have the proper gauge of wire which a 15A breaker wouldn't. You would have to pull new 12 gauge wire through. Please don't give advice that doesn't meet electrical codes.
Did you know that circuit breakers and wires are two different things actually?!
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chances are you already have 12ga wiring, just upgrade breaker to 20amp. always check first

and if you haven't a clue what you're doing, consult a licensed professional
Bingo Please
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Should I cop now or wait till bf?
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Did you know that circuit breakers and wires are two different things actually?!
I would have to guess that he knows that breakers and wires are not the same. Hence why he said what he said about 15a system not having 20a wires.
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brah... why are you all arguing about power? let the man plug it in and see if it works.... what's the worst case scenario the breaker trips and he has to get it replaced?

Better argument is should we wait for a better deal on Black Friday or cop this now?
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How large is the induction coil in this one where it actually heats?
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Same price on amazon on the non programable model.
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i opted in for the one with 5 programmable settings. 5 extra dollars... the price of being lazy...
https://www.newegg.com/black-rosewill-rhai-15001-1800-watt-induction-cooker-with-stainless-steel-pot... [newegg.com]
Reviews are a whole lot better.
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Anyone know if this works on 220V?
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I bought this a while back and managed to burn the pan, warping it into an irregular shape, only just a couple months in
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Amazon has the same thing and lists the regular price as 49.99. Same price now. Can't trust the deals on here anymore. I wonder if they're using tracking to put specific things on front page after detecting you've looked at them lately? https://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-I...711&sr=8-3
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Amazon has 4 year protection for $7. May be worth it since many fail at the 1 year timeframe.
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