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Best Portable Induction Cookers to Buy (2021)

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Induction cookers have been around for a while now but with a shift in technology, it has become a thing of interest. They are cheap, and high performing compared to the regular gas cooker. They are preferred by many who value speed, precision and easy cleanup in their kitchens. The elements in an induction cooker turn your pans into heat vessels that respond to precise temperature changes during the cooking process.

The induction cookers are a major improvement compared to coil cooktops and with the temperature control, it is far more accurate than cooking over a gas flame. They are also extremely safe to use. You can’t forget the gas is on or burn your hands. The cooktop only heats when the pans are placed on top. Once the pan is used, the heating stops and they cool down almost immediately.

Here’s is the list of our top picks for Portable Induction Cooktops

Ramtons Induction Cooker

Ramtons Induction Cooker

  • Power: 200/400/800/1000/1200/1600/1800/2000 watts
  • Temperature: 60/90/120/150/180/200/220/240°C
  • 24 hour preset function
  • Touch sensor switch
  • Anti-magnetic leakage technology
  • Over-heat protection
  • Black crystal glass panels
  • 3 hours timer function

Price: KES 6,400

Xiaomi Mijia Mi Induction Cooker

  • Display: LED
  • Power: 2100W
  • Dimensions: 144,55×69,2×7,25mm
  • Input Voltage: 220V
  • External temperature sensor
  • Precise temperature control 99 heat settings
  • Low temperature cooking More than 100 cooking modes
  • Remote control via app

Price: KES 7,999

Innovia Induction Cooker

  • Sensor touch control
  • 4 digit LED display
  • 240 minute cooking timer and 24 hours preset timer
  • Shows voltage and power consumption
  • Flexible temperature adjustments
  • 5 cooking functions

Price: KES  7,999

DYRABREST Induction Cooker

  • Dual Induction Burner
  • 8 Gear Firepower
  • Touch Control
  • Portable
  • Easy to operate
  • Power: 1200W

Price: KES 21,198




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