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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.
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If a magnet sticks to the bottom of the pan, it will work on an induction cooktop.
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I paid close to $50 three years ago for this and it's been a workhorse. Just note that the fan is loud and stays on 5 minutes after the burner is turned off (even if you just turn it on and off).
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Rosewill Induction Cooker 1800-Watt, Induction Cooktop, Electric Burner with Stainless Steel Pot 10" 3.5 QT

https://www.newegg.com/black-rose...8058-S1A3A

https://www.newegg.com/black-rose...8058-S1A3A
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I paid close to $50 three years ago for this and it's been a workhorse. Just note that the fan is loud and stays on 5 minutes after the burner is turned off (even if you just turn it on and off).
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I paid close to $50 three years ago for this and it's been a workhorse. Just note that the fan is loud and stays on 5 minutes after the burner is turned off (even if you just turn it on and off).
Same here, about $40-45ish model 16002 1800W.

tempted to get this one too.

if you are interested in getting one of these definitely get a model that is 1800W vs. a model with only say 1300W like that bestbuy insignia that was on sale the other day.

you could call these the poor (wo)mans induction stove top. O.0
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and stays on 5 minutes after the burner is turned off
1 min.
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Same here, about $40-45ish model 16002 1800W.

tempted to get this one too.

if you are interested in getting one of these definitely get a model that is 1800W vs. a model with only say 1300W like that bestbuy insignia that was on sale the other day.

you could call these the poor (wo)mans induction stove top. O.0
Borderline circuit breaker trip on a 15amp circuit with 1800 watts, fyi
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Borderline circuit breaker trip on a 15amp circuit with 1800 watts, fyi
That's why residential small appliance branch circuits are required to be 20A.
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Borderline circuit breaker trip on a 15amp circuit with 1800 watts, fyi
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That's why residential small appliance branch circuits are required to be 20A.
Will have to check on this, but I know the kitchen can take both the fridge and microwave running at the same time.

some houses even have a dedicated outlet for the microwave and/or fridge.
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That's why residential small appliance branch circuits are required to be 20A.
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?
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Borderline circuit breaker trip on a 15amp circuit with 1800 watts, fyi
Kitchen lines are 20A at least.
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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]
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1800w is good
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