Furrion RV Electric Induction Cooktop 1800 Watt with Double Burners

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Furrion RV Electric Induction Cooktop 1800 Watt with Double Burners, Touch Sensors, Temperature Control, Pan Detection, Timer, Auto Shut Off, & Child Lock Features (Black) - FIH2ZEA-BG
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  • 7 REVIEWS INDUCTION
  • 4 REVIEWS STOVE
  • 5 REVIEWS COOK
  • 5 REVIEWS HEATS
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INDUCTION COOKTOP: The RV Electric Induction Cooktop is a countertop induction cooker with two top burners for safe and efficient cooking in your RV, Camper or Trailer. It has a black crystal glass top plate that facilitates easy cleaning. Supports both Tabletop mount with 4 rubber feet and flush mount with a cut-out (Instructions included).

Top Positive Review


This is a very sleek looking unit which you can drop-in install or leave it on the top of the counter. Basic but useful features like Child safety lock, timer, temperature and power controls. The price is a little more than other brands with two burners. It heats up the food very fast. I’m happy with it.

Top Critical Review


This is not a 110V, as was indicated by someone who answered another’s question regarding this. I ordered this for use in my RV, based on that answer provided, only to find out when it arrived, that it’s actually 120V. Was very excited to get this, based on the great ratings for it, so I’m sure it’s a good appliance, but, now have to return this, as it won’t work in my RV. So, buyers should be aware that this is a 120V appliance, which unfortunately is not listed in the specs in the Amazon ad for it. However, it’s listed as such in the user’s manual.

Customer Questions & Answers


I know that I can use cast iron on this burner, but can this unit evenly heat a 12″ pan?
Answer: I don??t know about a 12?? pan, but a 10?? works well.

Is this cooktop hard wired or does it have a cord with a 3 prong plug?
Answer: The Furion I purchased had a 3 prong plug. For the power setup, I have AGM Batteries connected to a 2200 Watt Power Inverter and I use the three prong plug outlets on that unite to power the Cooktop using 120V AC. I have used the cooktop a number of times now and it has been working very well.

Special cookware required?
Answer: Yes. Your cookware has to have a flat smooth bottom and it Hass to have a core made of steel not necessarily aluminum. Most cookware will say that it??s good for induction surfaces. If it doesn??t say that don??t use it.

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