Induction Cooking: Your safer alternative to your household kitchen

Induction cooking is one of the growing trends in kitchen appliances. And with any trends, we now try to see the pros of changing your cooking tops. Induction cookers are characterized to be efficient, with its fast cooking time, precise temperature settings, easy to clean surface, and its compact size. With its innovative design, Induction cookers also lessen the risks of gas burns and gas leaks. This trend is proving itself useful, doesn’t it?

But before you go ahead and throw all your old gas tops, let me help you choose your next kitchen best friend! I would give you the best induction cookware in the market right now, into low to high tier price range.

Under $50 Price Range

Gourmia GIC-100 44.99 USD

This induction cooker features an ultra-precise cooking with eight power levels from 200-1800 watts and 8 temperature controls which range from 140-460℉ with temperature knob and a digital display. You could also set cooking time up to 180 minutes, with auto shut down features making you feel at ease with leaving your soup to boil. It also has an overheat sensor. The cooker is also energy efficient saving up to 90% compared to traditional gas or electric stove. It also has a feature where the induction cooker does not turn on without the induction pot or pan on top, avoiding accidental burns.

the best induction cookware

Rosewill RHAI-13001 49.99 USD

Another cheap but efficient induction cooker is the Rosewill RHAI 13001, it also features eight temperature setting ranging from 150 to 450℉; 150℉, 200℉, 260℉, 300℉, 350℉, 400℉, 425℉ and 450℉. The product also features a sleek design with its LED large screen display and touch-controlled panel. This induction cooker can also be set up to 180 minutes of cooking.

Under $100 Price Range

Aroma AID-509 84.98 USD

Let’s start our mid-tier list with Aroma AID 509. This induction cooker only offers 6 easy to-to-use digital controlled temperature settings and a warm setting good for maintaining your food hot. It also offers up to 70% more efficiency compared to the traditional stoves and electric cookers. It also a ceramic cooktop design. Like the first two in the list, it also offers up to 180 minutes of a programmable timer with auto shut-off.

Duxtop 9100MC 69.99 USD

Next on our list is the newest induction from Duxtop, the 9100MC, this offers 15 power levels from 200-1800 watts, and 15 temperature settings ranging from 140℉ to 460℉. It also offers a sleek design with its digital control panel. It also has a digital timer with one-minute increments up to 170 minutes. Together with that, the cooker also has an auto-pan detection, and diagnostic error message system to help with your troubleshooting. It is compatible to any Duxtop and other induction cookware such as cast aluminum, enameled iron, and steel, stainless steel with a magnetic bottom or a cast iron.

Above 100 Price Range

NuWave PIC Flex Precision 102.50 USD

To start with our 100$ list is the NuWave PIC Flex Precision Induction cooker which offers 6 different pre-programmed temperature settings, but has the flexibility to cook at 52 different temperatures between 100°F and 575°F, adjustable in 10-degree increments. It is also is equipped with programmable stage cooking functionality with up to 100 hours of program memory and performance. This also uses up to 70% less energy than conventional gas or electric ranges, lightweight and portable. And with its versatility to boil, simmer, deep-fry, stir-fry, sauté, steam and sear, slow cook, barbecue, melt, and grill, it surely is an addition to your kitchen. Magnetic cookware, or more accurately, induction-capable, is needed for induction to work. If a magnet sticks to the bottom of the pot, it will work with an induction cooktop. Please make sure you have the proper cookware for it to function properly. It also boasts state-of-the-art safety features such as automatic shut-off when an induction-ready pan is removed from the cooktop.

Max Burton 6400 107.96 USD

Our last product boasts its one touch simmer and boils button, which one of the most common uses of induction cookers. It also offers a lock to hold setting so you won’t worry that somebody might touch your cooker when go and catch up on the new episode of Game of Thrones. It also has temperature adjustment with 25℉ increments starting from 100℉ to 450℉, fine-tuning from keeping warm to instantly boiling. With its small design its portable and easy to bring anywhere, even to dorms and office potlucks.