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|Cast Iron Grates||No|
|Highest Element Output||4800 Watts|
|Series||Architect Series II|
|Warranty Info||Brand New This product is Brand New with full manufacturer warranty|
|Pan Presence Sensor||Yes|
|Hot Surface Indicator||Yes|
|Middle Back Output||4800|
|Front Left Output||2500|
|Back Left Output||2500|
|Back Right Output||2500|
|Front Right Output||2500|
|Installs Over Oven||Yes|
This is a follow up response to my 2013 review. I am really glad I chose the KitchenAid product. It is very responsive and although it shows fingerprints and I'm constantly wiping it, I would not trade this for any other cook top out there.
I love induction cooking. this is my second cooktop. I preferred the hybrid type, but it was not available. This Kitchenaid has a feature I do not like, I cannot see where the burners are, they are not clearly marked I have to pick up the pots and pans constantly after stirring to see if they are in...
Let me start by saying I've only been using this unit for 10 months. I was a bit concerned about using induction since I had used gas for the last 20 years - I was nervous about switching. I shouldn't have been. The induction is a marvelous, energy efficient and flexible cooktop.
This cooktop will not heat a pan with less than a 5.5 inch surface-which is virtually all saute pots and pans. This is not disclosed anywhere in its literature. I cannot understand why they designed it not to work with standard pot/pan sizes.
Our first induction cooktop so we're getting use to it. It looks wonderful with our black granite countertops and blends right in for a super sleek look. We did discover that our existing Calphalon Cookware isn't compatible with induction, so we'll need to replace our entire set.
This cooktop was very easy to install! It cooks like a charm. It brings a pot of water to a boil in about 30 seconds. It has five burners and the one in the center allows for both a large and smaller pot. The side top and bottom burners bridge. That is they combine to accommodate a larger pot.
I have the 30" KA induction cooktop. Induction itself is wonderful - responsive temp control, easy to clean, fast heating - but KA is extra noisy. As someone else mentioned, it clicks rhythmically at all temps lower than 6 as the magnets cycle on and off.
I absolutely love my induction cooktop. Faster cooking, precise cooking temperatures and easy cleanup. If you like to cook with gas, then this cooktop would be good for you. It cooks like gas but you don't get the heat from around the pots and easy to keep clean.
This is replacing a 25 year old GE Induction cooktop. There have been many improvements since my GE was built but I still wish they made white ones. Black shows every finger print and it is touch controlled. You end up wiping all of the time.
This cooktop replaced a 25 year old GE Induction cooktop. I've always been one to embrace new technology and I've been cooking for over 40 years. I've used gas (yuk) electric and induction. Induction is the only way to go. Fast and much cooler for those of us living in the warmer parts of the U.S.