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Insignia Single-Zone Induction Cooktop EXPIRED

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Best Buy has Insignia Single-Zone Induction Cooktop (NS-IC1ZBK0) for $29.99. Choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Features:
  • Eight power levels (up to 1800W) make immediate temperature changes for precise control while cooking. A temperature range from 160°-440°F (71°-227°C) directs steady heat to your cookware.
  • Induction-ready cookware is required to use the cooktop. Your cookware is compatible if a magnet (included) sticks to the bottom.

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    • Rating of 4.4 from over 290 Best buy customer reviews.
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College students, when this baby hits 1800 watts, you're gonna see some serious Ramen.
The wattage in the title is helpful to other members. It's a good request.

I don't know why you (not even the OP) would not want this.

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OOS for shipping but still available for ship-to-store. That was quick.
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Up to 1800w.
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Reviews seem mixed...anyone have experience this?Thanks
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Quote from sahastra :
OP. Pls put the wattage in the title
What's considered a good wattage for a single burner induction cooktop?
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What's considered a good wattage for a single burner induction cooktop?
1800w
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1800w
That's what I was thinking since that's about all you can get from a standard U.S. 120VAC wall outlet. Figured I'd ask the question anyway.
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College students, when this baby hits 1800 watts, you're gonna see some serious Ramen.
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This is the same title as previous posts. If you want to know the wattage, click the link

I bought this a few weeks ago and it works great. Planning to buy another.
The wattage in the title is helpful to other members. It's a good request.

I don't know why you (not even the OP) would not want this.
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Deal already dead? Best Buy app is saying "no va" anywhere within 250 miles.
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Reviews seem mixed...anyone have experience this?Thanks
Yeah, the high-pitched noise at certain temperature settings is really annoying for sensitive ears.
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Have induction ready pots and was considering this for fondue. Anyone happen to use one for this purpose? The existing fondue set we have jumps from 'luke warm' to 'boiling cheese' when you move the dial a micrometer and it's a pain to clean because the bottom layer always burns.
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