30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: If you're not completely satisfied with your Avalon-Bay Induction Cooktop, simply return it within 30 days of receipt for a full refund
HOW IT WORKS: An induction burner consists of a ceramic plate with an electromagnetic coil beneath it. When you turn on the burner, electric current runs through the coil producing a magnetic field which heats the pan's metal. An induction cooktops heat is coming from the pan and not the burner
FEATURES: The Avalon Bay Induction Cook Top features 8 temperature settings (in Celsius) 8 power settings from 400W to 1800W. The electric cooker also features a digital display, a countdown timer, auto-pan detection, and standby mode.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: The Avalon Bay Induction Cooktop uses 120 Volts and 15 Amps of electricity, which is standard in all homes. The cooking surface fits pots between 5" and 10" in diameter. All induction cooktops require compatible cookware such as stainless steel, cast iron, enameled iron, or steel.
BENEFITS: The electric cooker can boil a pot of water in almost half the time as a standard gas stove. You're also less likely to have hot spots in your pan, and once you remove the pan, an induction cook-top cools off faster than a conventional burner