With LED display on a touch control panel with a seamless polished crystal finish, this induction cooktop is truly an attractive and classy looking piece that is perfect for any kitchen in any home.
- 8 temperature settings
- Polished crystal plate surface
- Large LED screen display
- 3 hours timer setting
- Touch control panel
- Stainless steel pot included
With the Rosewill Induction Cooker Cooktop, you have eight options when it comes to temperature settings. You can either choose from 150, 200, 260, 300, 350, 400, 425, and 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
Having all these options allows you to control just how hot you want your topan to be –so whether you are searing, boiling, broiling, searing, or steaming, you have easy access to a wide range of temperature options that will make sure that you get optimal results when it comes to the foods you cook.
A polished crystal surface finishes the cooktop so that you can be assured of a smooth and seamless countertop that is super easy to clean.
Also, since the induction cooktop itself doesn’t get too hot so as to burn the food that sticks to it, this can assure you that it will be fairly easy to just wipe off any remaining food on the cooktop, especially since the top is a seamless polished crystal material that is smooth and solid.
This is in contrast to gas ranges that are notorious for their little nooks and crannies and the little metal parts that definitely get hot enough to stick and burn any spilled food. The crystal surface also makes for a chic and classy look for your kitchen.
Whether you are striving for a modern minimalist vibe to your kitchen, or you simply want that classic cozy kitchen vibe, this cooktop will fit right in.
So as to make things clearer for you, the Rosewill Induction Cooker Cooktop comes with a large LED display that clearly displays the current settings that your cooktop is in.
This way, you can cook even in low light because of the LED display, and you can adjust accordingly and with precision the right temperature settings that you need to cook your food with without having to squint to be able to see the figures. This unit displays the information bright and clear for you.
The timer settings on the unit can go as long as three hours, so if you are tenderizing meat or doing some slow cooking, this induction cooker is just right for you. The countdown timer also ensures that you do not burn your food down to cinders just in case you leave it on and forget about it.
With the timer, you can simply set the timer along with the right temperature and then go about your day doing other things which may otherwise distract you from achieving a perfect meal if you are cooking with a cooktop that is without a timer.
With this feature, you can rest assured that whatever you left on the stove is in safe hands and cooked with just the right amount of heat with just the right amount of time.
To give you a more modernistic vibe, the Rosewill Induction Cooker Cooktop is equipped with touch controls that can definitely match your fast-paced modern techy lifestyle.
Many handheld devices nowadays are already touch enabled, and many people have adjusted to dealing with touch controls, so it only makes perfect sense to build a cooking unit that is touch ready and compatible with any modern cook.
This also eliminates the process of having to worry about buttons and how to properly care for them if food accidentally spills on them since buttons usually have crevices that make perfect potholes for leaked fluid to enter into your device, making them more prone to moisture and damage.
To get you better started, this unit comes with its very own steel pot so that you can try it out the instant you unbox it. The steel pot could also give you an idea of just what type of pan or pot could go well with the unit.
It could be pots and pans that are already in your cupboard, or if not, you could go find them at your local home store and ask for specifications that match the existing pan that is included with the unit.
You should mind that this unit is only able to adjust its temperature settings by 50 degrees at a time. This may not be enough control for cooks that are particular with their temperatures down to the dot. You may end up with a cooking vessel that is either too hot or not hot enough.
Also, there have been a few reports of increasing error indications if the unit is being constantly used over time. This may cause some to doubt the dependability of the unit, especially since they are dealing with heating elements.
The tough controls and the modernistic look are the greatest appeals to the Rosewill Induction Cooker Cooktop. If you can deal with the larger temperature adjustment increments, it could possibly pass.