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[-] brisk@aussie.zone 6 points 4 weeks ago* (last edited 4 weeks ago)

I'm looking to replace my freestanding gas stove/oven right now, and my options seem to be $800 for coil electric and $3000 for induction.

I'm probably going to end up with the induction anyway but damn.

[-] Atelopus-zeteki@kbin.run 6 points 4 weeks ago* (last edited 4 weeks ago)

I want to switch to induction. And so first I wanted to see how it cooks. I bought a single induction hob, a DrinkPod 1300W, which worked passably well. About $60. So I decided to up the ante, and spend $120 on a double, a Nutrichef 1800W each, but it turned defective. Boiling water on the 140F setting, wtf? And turning itself off when it pleased, as well. So I returned that. Check the reviews, but also test out the unit you get, thoroughly while you can still return it. I also learned that they have cooling fans, which make a fair amount of noise, alas. The full on induction stove/ convection oven sounds great, but yeah, that price tag.

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