I was previously using a single induction cooktop - this is way better because you can cook two things at once. I did not realize when purchasing it that the small burner only gets to half the heat as the large burner - but that is okay as long as you are only using it to warm things.
My stove top still works but seems to only do barely warm or blazing, nothing in between, regardless of what I set it for. I've neither the money nor inclination to buy a new stove right now, so thought I'd give this double burner a try. It does get the job done, but it's very slow to heat up, takes a good 15-20 minutes on highest setting to come to a boil. I'm still trying to get the hang of how to set the "dial" for med low, medium, medium high, etc. The only actual markings are Min and Max, just got to guess at the in between settings. Also be forewarned that the whole thing gets really hot (once it actually heats up), and the burners themselves stay hot quite a long after it's turned off. Bottom line, while I'm not exactly thrilled with it, I'm just cooking for one, not a big family, so it will do until I figure out how I'll swing the cost of a new stove/cook top.
This is my kitchen: have gone through a lot of different hot plates. This is the best. Hottest temps, good control, steady heat, variety between the two burners. Only problem is the red light that stays on if it's plugged in. I guess good for safety, but annoying at night.
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