Top 5 Induction Cookers

The Best and Recommended Induction Cooktop List

Which each new model that is manufactured we read about new breakthroughs and features with induction cooktops from respected manufacturers, but time and again some of these advances turn out to be little more than marketing gimmicks. When we fail to do good research, buying a new cooktop can lead to disappointment, despite what the manufacturers claim their induction hobs can do.

We all have features we want when to comes to cooking which makes it more difficult to decide which cooktop will work best for your situation. Despite this, there are some cooktops that will give you a cooking experience that’s a step above the rest. These units have repeatedly and consistently proven to be an ideal choice not just for the Induction Wave Team but for hundreds of thousands of people who like to cook with induction technology.

2016 Top Rated Induction Cooktops

Rosewill 1800 Watt Induction Cooker

Rosewill Induction Cooktop

Rosewill Induction Cooktop

The Rosewill Induction Cooker comes with plenty of temperature and power settings that you can use for precision cooking control. The touch control panel and LED screen make using the settings easy and these can be used in combination to control the heat output. The unit also includes a stainless steel pot which can be used for light cooking, or if you are new to induction cooking to try it out without having to invest in new cookware.

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$99.99

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NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop

Nuwave Induction Cooktop

NuWave Induction Cooktop

The NuWave Precision Induction Cooktop is one of the most popular induction cooktops sold online. It is very easy to use, comes with a multitude of temperature settings and is portable which is great to use in a motorhome, boat, camping or as an extra cooking source at home. The NuWave will boil water in 90 seconds and the cooktop is safe to touch.

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$169.99

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Max Burton 6200 Deluxe Induction Cooktop

Max Burton 6200

Max Burton 6200

The Max Burton 6200 Induction Cooktop boasts 1800 watts of power, which makes it one of the most powerful of the single cooktops listed here. This means you can cook faster with more control. This unit includes a LED display, 10 power and temperature levels, auto shut-off and timer. Like most induction cookers it will also automatically detect whether you are using suitable cookware. It includes a 1 year warranty.

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$127.00

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Waring ICT400 Double Induction Cooktop

Waring Pro ICT400

Waring ICT400

The Waring ICT400 Double Cooktop is a twin burner unit with 8 power settings up to 1200w on the left burner and 5 power settings and up to 600w on the right burner. Power will be turned off automatically 30 seconds after the cookware is removed. As with all induction cooktops, they are very efficient with up to 90% efficiency. The Waring comes with a 5 year warranty.

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$475.00

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DUXTOP 1800-Watt Portable Induction Cooktop

DUXTOP Portable Induction Cooktop

DUXTOP 1800

The DUXTOP portable cooktop is another popular choice for users looking for a reliable induction option. The unit outputs 1800 watts and includes 10 temperature settings and 10 power settings. The cooktop incorporates a magnetic pan sensor which will turn off the unit if no pan is detected within 60 seconds. It also has a diagnostic function. This is a highly rated cooker that can be purchased at a reasonable price.

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$99.00

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