Duxtop LCD 1800-Watt Portable Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner 9600LS

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Digital LCD Sensor-Touch Control Panel; Child Safety Lock system (press and hold the Safety Lock Key for 3 sec to activate), Fast Boil button & Keep Warm button.
Duxtop Induction Cooktop uses 120 volts, 15 amps of electricity – standard in all homes; Lightweight and compact for easy handling and storage.
Built-in count-down digital timer with 1 minute increments up to 10 hours; 20 temperature ranges from 100°F to 460°F; 20 power levels from 100-1800Watts; 5 ft cord.
REQUIRES INDUCTION COMPATIBLE MAGNETIC COOKWARE. Compatible with Duxtop and other induction ready cookware such as cast aluminum enameled iron and steel, stainless steel with a magnetic bottom, or cast iron. The auto-pan detection will shut the unit off automatically after 60 seconds if no cookware, or the incorrect cookware is detected; Equipped with diagnostic error message system, Low and high voltage warning system; ETL approved and built to North American Standards.
Note: In order to use this and any other induction cooktop, you need to have the right kind of cookware. The “rule of thumb” to determine if your cookware is induction ready is; if a magnet sticks to the bottom of the cooking vessel, it is induction ready. Induction itself is a noiseless process; however there may be high pitched sounds from clad cookware, the base of which has multiple layers of metals sandwiched together.

DUXTOP LCD 9600LS Review
Controls

The controls include an ON/OFF button, a MENU button, and a “+/-” button on the right side of the LCD display. To the left of the display are the LOCK button, TIMER button, the BOIL and KEEP WARM buttons. The menu button switches between the power mode and the temperature mode. By selecting either one of the modes, you can change its value by pressing the “+/-” button. The lock button is provided to make the controls child proof. That is, once the lock button is pressed, you cannot change the controls by pressing any other button. The lock button will again have to be pressed for 3 seconds to undo it.

Power

Looks are not the only characteristic that makes the DUXTOP 9600LS worthy. The cooktop has a Wattage of a whopping 1800 Watts. The best part is that there are 20 power levels that start from a 100 Watts to 1800 Watts. This helps to customize your cooking style to warm, boil, saute, or deep fry in the required settings.

Temperature

Like the power mode, the temperature mode is also distributed in 20 levels. Starting from a warm mode of 100 deg F to a deep heating temperature of 460 deg F, you can choose the required temperature by pressing the increment/decrement button. The additional preset temperature touch controls called “Boil” and “Keep Warm” are also provided for easy use. The “Keep Warm” one touch button has an inset temperature of 140 deg F and holds the temperature for 30 minutes.

Timer

The built-in countdown time can be set up for a record breaking 600 minutes!! Though there is now way that any food needs to be cooked that long, the manufacturers must have set a long time to make it unique from other induction cooktops.

DUXTOP LCD 9600LS – Specifications
Model DUXTOP LCD 9600LS
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Dimensions (LxBxH) 17.4 x 17.2 x 4.3 (Inches)
Weight 7.5 Pounds
Shipping Weight 7.5 Pounds
Power Ratings 1800 Watts
Voltage Ratings 120 V/60 Hz AC – 15 Amperes
Color Black Body with White Sides
Display LCD
Timer Mode 10 Hours @ 1 Minute Interval
Temperature Mode 1 to 20 Levels
100 Deg F to 460 Deg F
Power Mode 1 to 20 Power Levels
100W to 1800W
Cookware Base Diameter 5.5″ (min) to 8″ (max)
Cooktop Surface Ceramic Glass (Dark)
Power Cord Length 5 Feet
Warranty 2 Year Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty
Certifications ETL Approved

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Duxtop LCD 1800-Watt Portable Induction Cooktop

Note: In order to use this and any other induction cooktop, you need to have the right kind of cookware. The “rule of thumb” to determine if your cookware is induction ready is; if a magnet sticks to the bottom of the cooking vessel, it is induction ready. Induction itself is a noiseless process; however there may be high pitched sounds from clad cookware, the base of which has multiple layers of metals sandwiched together.

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