- Single burner
- 1800 watts
- 15 preset power levels
This small, great appliance is wonderful for any RV, and packs a punch for its good price and small size. Let’s find out more in this Duxtop 9100MC review.
Construction: This compact induction burner has 15 presets for temperature which range from 140 F to 460 F. It also has 15 preset power levels ranging from 200 watts to 1800 watts and comes with a 120v electrical outlet which is standard in most of North America. The appliance has an angled control panel and the manufacturer boasts of an 83% energy efficiency rating, compared to electric and gas cooktops!
Function: Owing to its 15 temperature presets and power levels, this is an easy-to-use appliance. Its lightweight and portable nature makes it really easy to move around, and hence make it great for RVs. The angled control panel of this cooktop makes it really easy for you to keep an eye on it, even from a bit of a distance. Also, you’ll be able to use a slightly big pan without fearing that you’ll damage the panel itself as the hot bottom will not be touching it at all.
You’ll need induction compatible cookware for this cooktop (e.g. enameled iron, magnetic-bottom stainless steel, or cast-iron), and your pans should have a minimum of 5 inches in terms of diameter. The appliance will display an error message if the cookware is not induction-compatible, and will turn off on its own in a minute due to its auto-pan detection feature if there is no pan, or if the pan you’ve placed on it is not induction-compatible.
Cleaning & maintenance: The groove-free design of this appliance makes clean-up a breeze: just wipe it down with a wet towel and you’re done. It’s that easy.
- Angled control panel
- 15 preset temperatures
- Single burner