So far ... awesome! Why didn't I do this sooner?
After struggling with an old, faulty ceramic cooktop, I finally decided to replace it and to go with induction. I did some research on induction cooktops and found I only needed to replace 2 fry pans that didn't pass the magnet test. I also got an electrician to quote me to upgrade my cooktop power to 32amp and install the new cooktop - $350, which I didn't think was too bad.
I chose this Westinghouse product because I didn't want to spend a lot, and I read some great reviews. I chose to not get the model with 'boil protect' function and the ...ability to 'bridge' two of the elements, because I don't need those features, but for a bit extra they'd be a worthwhile option for many cooks. So far I'm a total fan of induction, and the Westinghouse cooktop is doing everything it's supposed to do. I think the elements are well-placed, and the touch controls are really easy. It's very quick to heat and ultra-responsive to temperature increase or decrease. And when the phone rings you can just touch the PAUSE button!
|Number of Cooktop Burners / Zones||4|
|Control Type||Touch Control|
|Wok Burner / Zone||Yes|
|Dimensions||46 x 590 x 520 mm|
|Features||Child Safety Lock and Timer|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)|
|Colour / Finish||Black|
- MPN: WHI643BC
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