Electrolux Induction Cooktop.

Appliances, Food, Home and Life, Useful Things by Chris Coyier

Back in my college years, the dining hall always had this little stir-fry station. There were big metal wok-shaped frying pans that you could load up with meats and fresh(ish) vegetables to cook. When you were ready, you placed the pan on this small flat black surface and almost instantly you would hear the sizzle of the oil. Amazing. This device is going to do for stir-fry what the microwave did for popcorn.

Now the magic of induction cooking can be brought to your stovetop at home with the Electrolux Induction Cooktop. Only when one of the five cooking surfaces detects a pan does it create heat, which is a nice safety feature. The surface can detect the exact size of the pan and adjusts itself accordingly. Perhaps most appealing of all is when you turn off the surface and remove the pan, the surface is instantly cool and safe to touch. Amazing indeed.


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2 replies on “Electrolux Induction Cooktop.”

whoops….I keep forgeting theres more than just Richard writing for the site now. I thought he was taling about the cafeteria near our dorm.

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