Portable cooktop offers twice the convenience

The Fagor Portable Double Induction Cooktop provides an elegant approach to table-side cooking. The induction cooktop offers convenience and accessibility useful for a variety of situations.

Easy to use wherever you happen to be.
Easy to use wherever you happen to be. Cooking.com

What's better than a portable cooktop that can be used to heat up food anywhere? Why, that would be two portable cooktops that can be used to heat up food anywhere, of course. Or to be more precise, one unit that has two heating elements. About the only thing that could be better than that would be if the double-duty cooktop heated via induction. Well, the Fagor Portable Double Induction Cooktop combines these factors and more.

As a solution to entertaining or table-side cooking, the dual cooktop combines convenience and style. Measuring 23 inches by 13 inches, the smooth glass surface reflects a minimalist appeal, allows usage unhindered by protruding heating elements. The secret is in the induction heating system, which interacts directly with pots and pans, leaving the surface itself cool to the touch.

Complete with an auto-shutdown mode if no cookware is detected after 1 minute, the two-element cooktop offers peace of mind to go along with the other features. The touch controls make it easy to use, and with a digital 150-minute countdown timer, the unit can be pressed into service for a variety of situations anywhere there is a power outlet. About the only way to make it any better would be if there were three heating elements.

About the author

    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.


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