While cooking, safety is a should be a main consideration when you are cooking from your home. This is especially true if you have children at home.
Induction cooking utilizes fireless cooking methods to ensure that everyone is kept out of harms way. These cooktops are gaining more popularity due to their safety features and the fact that they are an energy efficient alternative to the flat top range.
By using special induction heating technology, this type of cooker may offer these things as wells as improve your kitchen aesthetics and not have to worry about bulky cabinets to hide away your gas container, coils or heating objects of your old gas-cooker.
Duxtop 8300ST Review
The DUXTOP 8300ST induction cooktop countertop produces energy which is supplied directly by a field that is magnetic to the cooking vessel.
The size of the base of the cookware is detected by the self-adjusting burners and its adjusted automatically so hardly any energy is used up. This induction cooktop is safe to work with, fast and simple to clean.
This cooktop is versatile and perfect for entertaining or using it as an elegant and stylish centerpiece for your table, to cook in your kitchen or outside while throwing parties.
- Uses 15 amps and 120 volts of electricity, is compact and lightweight, easy storage and handling and perfect for all households
- Comes with the child safety locking system and the control panel which is digital sensor touch functioning
- Comes with 10 temps which range from 140 to 464 degrees F, a digital timer that has built-in counting down features of up to 170 min and 10 levels of power ranging from 200 to 1800 watts; also included is a 6 foot cord
- Compatible with the premium Duxtop Whole-Clad cookware as well as other cookware that is induction ready like aluminum enameled steel and iron, cast iron or stainless steel which has a magnetic base
- Comes with auto-pan detector that automatically shuts off unit after 60 sec when there is no detection of cookware; diagnostic error messaging system; high and low voltage warning system and it is ETL approved
Duxtop 8300ST Pros:
- Very precise temperature regulation – If you want to get the perfect temperature every time, the Duxtop 8300ST is perfect for that.
- 10 power levels – You are able to enjoy 10 levels that range from 200 to 1800 watts.
- Very easy to operate – With a click of a button, you can have your water nearly boiled. This induction cook top is very easy to use and quick to learn as well. Comes with a 2 prong plug, you touch the power button, its fan turns on and you can lower or raise its setting with the plus or minus sign buttons.
- So easy to clean – You can easily use a kitchen rag to clean the cooktop after it’s been used.
- Easy to storage – Storing the Duxtop 8300ST is easy because of its size. It’s very compact and highly portable.
- It’s a good looking appliance – This induction cooktop looks elegant because of its smooth glass surface.
- Light weight for easy moving – You don’t have to lift weights to be able to hold the Duxtop 8300ST. It is super light weight.
- Unit turns off and beeps when done – You can trust that even if you forget, the machine will turn itself off.
- Well made – The Duxtop 8300ST is made to last. Many pointed out how durable and reliable it is.
- It cooks like a dream – Many pointed out that they have cooked tons of things. There were people who cooked more than just pasta. It’s built really well and cooking on it is such an enjoyment.
- It includes a timer – If you are cooking something and you need a timer, the Duxtop 8300ST has it covered.
- It is such an energy and time saver and it is also simple to use.
- It’s sensitive touch panel functions wonderful and is really sensitive.
Duxtop 8300ST Cons:
- A bit noisy – At the higher settings the Duxtop 8300ST is a bit loud. The fan is a bit noisy and it will be hard not to notice however it is not unbearable.
- The instructions are minimal and vague – Because this induction cooktop is so easy to use, the instructions are very minimal. No big problem though.
- It doesn’t come with a on or off switch – You have to unplug it from the wall instead.