Generic Induction Cooktop Slide Touch

Editor rating

/5 on May 6, 2016

User's rating


  • Portable and versatile, it can be used at any location with power access
  • Can be used for any kind of cooking functions
  • Includes a child lock
  • Includes overheating protection
  • Polished enameled surface makes maintenance easy
  • CONS

  • Can only be used with specific cooking utensils of the required diameter

    The Generic Induction Cooktop Slide Touch with its many functions is a very useful device. Plug it into a power source and you can use it for any kind of cooking purposes. You can easily carry it to any location so it makes a good device to have with you on vacations. Every home must have one in case there are issues with the gas connection.


    Powered by electricity, this Generic Induction Cooktop Slide Touch is a smart-looking gadget and makes a great retirement gift. This cooktop works more efficiently as compared to the traditional electric or gas stovetops by heating up more quickly. Easy to use and store, it comes with 10 power settings ranging from 200 to 2,000 Watts. You can use it in any location and that makes it portable and very versatile. And, if you can use cookware like enameled iron, cast iron or stainless steel iron, you’ll be pleased with its fast cooking results. You can perform any kind of cooking functions on it such as roast frying, stir frying, deep frying, and braising. Remove the cooking vessel and the device shuts off automatically.

    The Generic Induction Cooktop Slide Touch has a digital control panel with LED display that gives you the temperature and cooking time. Set it to the desired temperature and it will maintain it by way of thermostat controls. In this way, you can be assured that it will never overheat. It also allows you to set a child lock on the device. The Induction cooktop will warn you of any kind of errors by displaying the appropriate message. It has a crystal polished surface that makes cleaning and maintenance very convenient. Take care, though, that utensils made of copper, glass or aluminum cannot be used on the induction cooker.

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