January 10, 2012

Cook Anywhere On This Giant Induction Range

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Induction cooking employs a copper wire running under the clear ceramic surface and a strong AC current to create a magnetic field which transfers electric current to the cookware and makes heating across a pot or pan even. The result is the cooktop is not hot but the pan is and that means you can induct the electricity across the entire cooktop.

The Freedom includes a 6.3-inch display that recognizes the pot's shape and size, and retails for just over $5000 - so this ease of use and cooktop will not come cheap but might be worth a look if you're redoing your kitchen.

At Gizmodo

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 10, 2012 7:43 AM
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