COOKTRON Double Induction Cooktop Burner with Fast Warm-Up Mode

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COOKTRON Double Induction Cooktop Burner with Fast Warm-Up Mode, 1800w 2 Induction Burner with 10 Temperature 9 Power Settings, Portable Dual Induction Cooker Cooktop with Child Safety Lock & Time
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  • 10 REVIEWS EASY TO CLEAN
  • 17 REVIEWS COOKTOP
  • 5 REVIEWS WORKS FINE
  • 5 REVIEWS HEATS UP FAST
  • 3 REVIEWS BETTER THAN EXPECTED
  • 6 REVIEWS BOILS WATER
  • 5 REVIEWS ABLE TO COOK
  • 5 REVIEWS FAR SO GOOD
  • 7 REVIEWS TEMPERATURE SETTING
  • 7 REVIEWS INDUCTION COOKTOP
  • 8 REVIEWS WORKS WELL
  • 6 REVIEWS TEMPERATURE CONTROL
  • 29 REVIEWS COOKING
  • 10 REVIEWS TEMP
  • 21 REVIEWS BURNER
  • 13 REVIEWS STOVE
  • 10 REVIEWS KITCHEN
  • 6 REVIEWS COOKWARE
  • 10 REVIEWS PANS
  • 10 REVIEWS CONTROLS
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Top Positive Review


This insurance is kind of a gimmick, kind of not, depending on context. What I mean is that it starts the moment I purchase the product but only covers damage from power surges for my countertop convection oven until the manufacture’s warranty ends. Once the manufacture’s warranty ends then it covers electrical/mechanical malfunctions like a reasonable warranty policy. For most people this is cash grab especially if you have a two or three year manufacture’s warranty. Fortunately, (glass half-full/half empty paradigm) the product I purchased only has a 60 day warranty. That means, if needed, this extended warranty policy is a major win for me. Now whether I will need this and whether Asurion honours this policy in good faith is yet to be determined.

Top Critical Review


There is no way to link the purchase of this “protection plan” to the purchase it was intended to protect.
And when you ask how to link it to a specific purchase, you get a non-answer (see asked questions).
The plan provider loves this situation because there is a very good chance they will never have to pay out on it because many people will not use it, since it cannot be linked to a specific purchase.
Don’t waste your money.

Customer Questions & Answers


Does the induction cooker make noise when it is used?
Answer: It is relatively quiet. I measured 55 decibels using the ??Decibel X?? app on an iPhone, with the cooker on the counter and my phone held near my ear. For comparison, my microwave was 62 decibels at similar distance. My bathroom sink faucet was 60 dB.

Instruction book says it can’t be used on a metallic surface, but the only space i have for it is on a metal kitchen cart. Has anyone had issues?
Answer: I wouldn’t chance it. Could turn the whole cart into a live wire basically. Should be fine if you put something underneath it that doesn’t conduct electricity. Some type of rubber or plastic mat or a thin piece of wood. The feet under it shouldn’t be conductive but again, I wouldn’t chance it. Safety takes no holiday.

I think you might want to rethink your assertion that cast aluminum will work on an induction stove. What say you?
Answer: If the cast aluminum has a ‘magnetic’ disc on the bottom, I suppose it might work.

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