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I've got their 1800W and its been great when I needed it. Used it after I got my place that had a radiant one, and used it until I got an Induction stove a month later.
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Use a credit card that has +1-2 year warranty on it for free. Chase Freedom and Costco ones are good examples, with 1 and 2 years respectively
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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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Mine are not 20A. House grandfathered in, so not up to code. Frown

Anyone has practical experience with those? Do they really draw enough power to trip circuits, or is just that they are rated to be able to do so?
Mine trips the circuit breaker if the microwave runs at the same time...too much load even for a 20A feed.
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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
Thanks, this is what I was wondering. We like to make Hotpot and we burned the bottom of a pot that turned out to be too thin. Looking for something more heavy duty.
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Bought this 1800 watt one yesterday for $30. Added a 3 year warranty for $3. Still $30 right now. Going to use it during PGE outages with the inverter generator.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Avalon-Bay-Portable-Ceramic-Deluxe-Countertop-Induction-Cooktop-Burner-Bl... [walmart.com]
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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
The heat created with these is not distributed like typical electric coil cook top.
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Borderline circuit breaker trip on a 15amp circuit with 1800 watts, fyi
All three induction cookers I've used default to 50% power, which seems fine for most cooking. I I only do higher power when bringing large pots of water to a boil. Consider that if you're concerned with breaker tripping.
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Bought this 1800 watt one yesterday for $30. Added a 3 year warranty for $3. Still $30 right now. Going to use it during PGE outages with the inverter generator.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Avalon-Bay-Portable-Ceramic-Deluxe-Countertop-Induction-Cooktop-Burner-Bl... [walmart.com]
How do You know 1800w'? I can't find anywhere in description.
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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?
Undersized wire on a 20amp breaker = fire. And tripping a breaker doesn't require replacement, a blown fuse does.
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Kitchen lines are 20A at least.
In NEW construction. Lot of us have 100 year-old houses and electrical system that were installed before the 1980's, meaning plenty of 15-amp circuits. YMMV
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Mine trips the circuit breaker if the microwave runs at the same time...too much load even for a 20A feed.
You have a fridge and microwave that pull a combined 20+ watts? That seems high, and I wonder what the breakdown is. Most fridges are well under 10 amps, from my understanding, and plug-in microwaves for standard kitchen circuits top out around 1100 watts, right? I'd figure the total would be close but always under 20 amps.
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How do You know 1800w'? I can't find anywhere in description.
Search the part number: Avalon Bay IC100B or IC100B-BL-RB
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Bought this 1800 watt one yesterday for $30. Added a 3 year warranty for $3. Still $30 right now. Going to use it during PGE outages with the inverter generator.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Avalon-Bay-Portable-Ceramic-Deluxe-Countertop-Induction-Cooktop-Burner-Bl... [walmart.com]
Reviewers comments start with OMG, is that really a good induction?
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You have a fridge and microwave that pull a combined 20+ watts? That seems high, and I wonder what the breakdown is. Most fridges are well under 10 amps, from my understanding, and plug-in microwaves for standard kitchen circuits top out around 1100 watts, right? I'd figure the total would be close but always under 20 amps.
fyi - not all appliances are created equal.

Fridges have a surge rating much higher then the spec'd rating. Search LRA for compressor. LRA is worse case but the surge power required at startup is higher then rated watts. My Whirlpool is rated at 6.5 amp but surge/LRA is 2200 watts. The required power surge is very short but should be considered.

My microwave is rated at 1500 amps. Dedicated circuits are required.
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