There is a reason why induction cooktops are everywhere now. They are safer, more beautifully-designed, and more efficient, than its other counterparts. Yes, they are not powered by gas, and yes, they do consume electricity, but its advantages outweigh the disadvantages by far.
When GE released its Profile Series, we sure waited for the manufacturer’s version of the electric cooktop. Enter the PP912SMSS. What are its features aside from its induction capability?
The 30″ Electric Cooktop has four ribbon elements finished with black surface and stainless steel trim and has a ceramic glass cooktop which means cleanup is quick and easy. It measures 29.8 in x 21.4 in x 3.3 in and has dishwasher safe knobs (making cleaning of these parts safe and easy) and you can lock the appliance’s controls to prevent accidental turning on of the unit.
It has a Melt Option that makes sure temperature will be just enough for melting foods and a Powerboil Element that keeps wattage on ultra high for faster boiling process.
Retailing at just $1049, users found it a fair-priced mid-range induction cooktop.