An induction burner for every kitchen

Though not all kitchens come equipped with induction burners, the All-Clad Induction Burner will let you cook with induction anywhere.

Thursday Bram
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The All-Clad Induction Burner
The All-Clad Induction Burner Sur la table

Over the past few years, induction has come to be considered the best type of cooking surface available. Despite that label, most of us don't have induction cooktops in our kitchens--and may not for some time to come. Unless you're ready to remodel your kitchen right away, the next best thing is the All-Clad Induction Burner. This burner can provide you with the ability to cook with induction, without replacing a major appliance. It is portable and can simply sit on your counter when not in use. It offers an extra-large glass-ceramic surface for cooking, which can be wiped clean and is extremely durable. The burner has a stainless steel exterior, with a die-cast control panel, complete with a timer and control-pad lock. It measures 26 inches by 31 inches.

The All-Clad Induction Burner can cook up to 50 percent faster than gas and electric cooktops, saving you not only time but energy. It can also be significantly safer to use, a key consideration if your family is in and out of the kitchen as you cook. It doesn't hurt that you can move this burner as needed, which can make a tight kitchen easier to work in. The All-Clad Induction Burner is $799.95.