Cook your favorite dishes the fast, safe, and easy way with the Hanabishi 2100W Induction Cooker. It’s 80% more efficient, so you don’t have to worry about high electricity bills. This Hanabishi induction cooker also has eight cooking functions or modes, which allows you to prepare soups, braise meats, stir fry vegetables, and more. You’re sure to get perfect results, thanks to the exact amount of heat you’ll get per setting.
Features and Specifications
● Slim Design
● 80% More Cooking Efficiency
● LED Display
● 8 Cooking Functions: Soup, Braise, Boil, Slow Fire, Fierce Fire, Hot Pot, Deep Fry, Fry
● Overheat Auto Cut Off
● High-Quality Ceramic Plate
● Manual Cooking Power Level
● Timer Control
● With FREE Stainless Pot
● 2100W, 220-240Va.c., 60Hz
● 1-Year Warranty on Parts and Service
Width: 43.8 cm
Height: 22.7 cm
How does an induction cooker work?
An induction cooker features either a glass or ceramic cooktop which has metal coils inside. When you turn on the induction cooker, electricity flows through the metal coils and produces a magnetic field. The magnetic field penetrates the metal and creates heat inside the pot or pan. This is different from gas or electric stoves, which conduct the heat from outside.
What are the pros and cons of a Hanabishi induction cooker?
The obvious downside of getting an induction cooker is the price. You also have to use the correct kind of cookware. Some of the best ones include cast iron, steel, and magnetic stainless steel. On the plus side, induction cookers are space-saving appliances. They are also much easier to clean and have a long lifespan.With proper care, your Hanabishi induction cooker will last for years. Also, induction cookers are more energy efficient since they cook food faster and in a much safer manner.