While small induction stoves are ideal due to the fact that they are efficient and highly portable, larger models are required in some cases. There are several manufacturers who are constantly working to develop large induction cooktops that can essentially replace a traditional gas range, while also adding various quality of life features that are only possible with electric models.
Even though these appliances are less portable than their one-element counterparts, they are in no way extra large induction cooktops. However, they do offer enough cooking space to prepare food for the entire family without having to only cook one-pan dishes. Furthermore, the prices of these appliances are not larger than those of gas ranges, in spite of their added features.
A dual element induction appliance that is both powerful as well as kid-friendly
NutriChef is known for the extremely useful features that it seeks to constantly integrate into its products, and this dual induction cooktop is no exception. While the design of the appliance is somewhat basic, it comes with several preset programs that make cooking various types of food extremely easy. Also, it comes with a useful safety lock that prevents children from accidentally turning the appliance on.
An elegant, 1,800 Watt induction cooktop that comes with great quality-of-life features
This model offered by Ovente is a great induction cooktop with large coils that can instantly heat pans and pots of almost any size. The appliance can boil water in only a couple of minutes and comes with several safety features that are designed specifically to prevent accidents when cooking using both heating elements at the same time.
These large portable induction cooktops enable the owner to cook larger quantities of food at the same time, without having to swap pans every 30 minutes. Furthermore, unlike gas models, they come with the ability to accurately set the temperature required for different cooking processes, basically taking a lot of the guesswork out of cooking new types of food.
Keep in mind that induction cooktops do not work with non-metallic cookware, so you will be unable to prepare food using glass or ceramic containers. Furthermore, remember that unlike gas cooktops, these heat the pan directly, which means that metallic handles will also get how after a while.