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Avanti Induction Hotplate with Skillet  Model:IHP1501

Dimensions

  • Height: 2 1/2"
  • Width: 12 3/4"
  • Depth: 14 1/2"
  • Avanti Induction Hotplate with Skillet
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    The Avanti Induction Hotplate With Skillet (model: IHP1501) is the perfect solution for all your cooking needs. Compact enough to fit unobtrusively on your kitchen countertop, the IHP1501 is the perfect option for when large stove cooking just isn't convenient. With its dual function (warm and cook), there is zero time waiting, as the heat transfers automatically to cookware. Additionally, this Avanti Induction Hotplate has an automatic sensor to let you know if your cookware is compatible, thus saving you from an unpleasant cooking experience.

    Moreover, this cooktop is energy efficient, using 25% less energy than standard electric hotplates. The IHP1501 also comes with a skillet, enhancing the range of use for this quality Avanti hotplate.

    The Avanti Induction Hotplate With Skillet (model: IHP1501) also features a 90 minute timer with cancel option, 6 temperature options ranging from 160 to 440 degrees, automatic overheat protection, and electronic display for temperature and power settings.

    Specifications & Manuals

    • Model: IHP1501
    • Brand: Avanti
    • Portable, Safe, and Convenient
    • Fast and Easy Operation - No Waiting Time, Heat is Instantly Transferred to the Cookware
    • Dual Function Programs: Warm/Cook
    • 1 - 99 Minute Timer with Cancel Option
    • Full Range Temperature Control (160º - 440ºF)
    • 6 Temperature Settings (Warm - 440ºF)
    • Automatic Cookware Compatibility Detection
    • Power: 110V / 60Hz
    • 1 Year Warranty, 30 days for glass parts
  • Avanti Induction Hotplate w/ skillet
  • 2 Power Settings (1300 & 1500 Watts)
  • Electronic Display for Timer & Temperature / Power Settings
  • Ceramic Glass Cooktop
  • Energy Efficient (Uses 25% less Energy than Standard Electric Hotplates)
  • Easy Clean Up
  • Automatic Shut-Off / Overheat Protection Function
  • Includes a Free 10½" Diameter Induction Compatible Skillet w/Glass Lid
  • Electrical: 500-1000W / 115V / 15A
  • Weight: 7 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 2.50"h x 12.75"w x 14.5"d
  • Customer Reviews

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    Avanti Induction Hotplate with Skillet 4.8 5 4 4
    Worth Every Penny!!! I've had my eye on this cooktop for some time and I'm happy to say it's worth every-single-penny. Works exactly as described and is so much more aesthetically appealing than typical counter top burners. The only thing I'd suggest is that you make sure you pick up a decent set of stainless steel cookware (and I mean decent; the expensive stainless doesn't work with this unit), as the pan that comes with the set really isn't of very good quality. January 10, 2011
    Video Introduction to theAvanti Induction Hotplate Check out this video of the Avanti induction cooktop: July 8, 2010
    Fast Cooking with Iron or Steel Cookware Pros (1.) Heats up fast. After putting some vegetable oil in the pan, I saw bubbles in seconds. The meat browned quickly. (2.) Cooks evenly. Meat also browned evenly and was ready to be flipped at the same time. I wonder how this would work for melting chocolate chips. (3.) Uses less energy. I wasn't able to prove this during product testing, but if it is true, I'm for it. The amount of time it took to cook meat and boil water proved induction to be more efficient than a regular electric stove. (4.) Cooktop stays cool to the touch. Frederique was able to remove surface stickers while the unit was on. This will be good for cleaning up inevitable spills and boil-overs. (5.) Timer function. When I get to the point of knowing exactly how long it takes to cook certain food, I'll be able to program a timer can be programmed to turn off the cooktop. Less chance of burning and liquid evaporation when steaming veggies. (6.) Almost no assembly. The cooktop was ready to use out of the box. The only assembly required attaching the handle to the skillet. Cons (1.) Only compatible with iron or steel cookware. I would have preferred a medium sized saucepan rather than a skillet to be included. A saucepan would have been more versatile, and easier to cook soups and other products with liquid. The included skillet seemed to be cheap quality. Buying new iron or steel cookware to use with the induction cooker is going to expensive. A magnet has to be able to stick to the bottom for the cookware to be usable on the induction heating element. (2.) Controls are confusing. There's a button for mode 1 and another for mode 2. You have to consult the owner's manual to find out what 1 and 2 are. FYI 2 is for frying and 1 is for everything else. Why didn't they just call mode 1 cook mode and 2 frying mode? (3.) Contrary to rumors, it takes more than 3 minutes to boil water actually takes 6.5 minutes for water to boil. That's still pretty fast. September 21, 2009
    Could use another My only problem is the pan burning where the heat is highest. Tried stirring more often, adjusting heat, just has a tendency to do so. February 7, 2009
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