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These cooktops have the power to boil water faster than electric radiant or gas cooktops. Testing done using water. Total energy delivered to water, divided by total energy delivered to the cooktop, using 6 qts. water.
This 3700-watt induction element is our most powerful element available.
Multiple power levels ensure precise temperature control for exceptional results.
Element shuts off if no pan is detected, giving you additional peace of mind.
Digital buttons are precise and easy-to-use for great results.
Cooktop lights let you know when the surface is hot.
The bottom of the pan must have some iron content. If a magnet sticks to the bottom, the pan will work on an induction cooktop.
Easy-to-read graphics and one-touch control makes everyday cooking easy as ever.
Protects the electronics from high temperature.
Provides low heat capability for foods, making meal coordination simple.
Know exactly how much time you have left before enjoying delicious foods.
Installs nearly flush with countertop for a seamless appearance.
SS - Stainless Steel
BB - Black
Frame / Material Color
BB - Frameless
WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS
Consult installation instructions for complete details.
Cutout Dimensions (Width x Depth) (In.)
28-1/2 x 19-5/8
POWER / RATINGS
See written warranty for complete details.
GE Profile 30" Electric Induction Cooktop
(based on 327 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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Saves time and money
By Idaho Pat
from Meridian, Idaho
Comments about GE Profile 29.75" Electric Cooktop - Stainless Steel:
Had the Induction Cooktop placed in our new home, can't believe how fast we can cook meals now. Burning food is almost nonexistent due to the heat dissipating almost instantly. A great safety feature with grandkids running around is the way the burners cool off as soon as they're turned off. Great product!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Princeton, WV, United States
I purchased this cooktop last month and it has met my expectations great product made in the USA
from Maryland, United States
This is my second GE induction cooktop I've owned. My home is all electric, so I like the quick cooking response that you get which is similar to gas.
from Newburgh, NY, United States
So far so good with the cooktop. Had to buy special cookware for it but worth every penny. Boils water almost instantly, cooks evenly and quickly. Very satisfied.
Great looking and does a fantastic job
from Stillwater, OK, United States
Bought this several months ago and really love induction cooking
from Boynton Beach, FL, United States
Bought this product about 3 months ago, so having used it a while I am comfortable sharing my views now. So far it has worked very well to quickly heat food and liquids.I love the smooth gleaming surface, uninterrupted by knobs or other protrusions. I love that from a safety perspective, the bare surface is not warm to the touch when it's on. My criticisms are that it is easy to accidentally touch the controls to activate the cooktop, and although there is a "lock" button to prevent this, I don't always remember to set it when I am finished cooking. Fortunately, heat is only produced within the cooking pot/pan when someone is likely to be paying attention. The other minor concern -- I needed to buy a new set of cookware that could be used here, as my aluminum products will not work. An extra expense, yes -- but the cost of this product would suggest that the consumer is less price sensitive to such an extra expense. My final concern is that it seems this cooking technology is fairly "new" as far as how long it's been in existence compared to traditional gas and electric cooktops, so I would have felt much more comfortable making this purchase if the product came with a manufacturers original warranty beyond the typical 1-year period. Of course I realize that extended warranty's are available, but a longer original warranty would provide a stronger endorsement by the manufacturer that this technology is durable. If you believe in the longevity of your new technology, you should provide a tangible showing that you will stand behind it for more than a year.
Happy we did research on this product. Its a grea
from Laguna Woods, CA, United States
All I can say is, this is a great stove. Happy we decided to go with GE induction stove
from Pineville, LA, United States
i have had this in my total kitchen remodel for three weeks now. it looks very good but I still am not comfortable with it. I wish I knew the perfect cookware to use with it and if there was a spray cleaner to everyday dust/shine it.
Equal to (if not better than) Gas!
By TJ Schultz
from Rochester, MN, United States
My wife and I have been using this cooktop for a little over a month at this point. We love how quickly it heats (especially boils water) and how quickly the pots react to a change in the heat setting (up or down). It's like cooking with gas. Occasionally we have to use some lodge cast iron pans and put a piece of parchment paper between the stove and the pan so as not to risk scratching the surface. Try doing that with any other stove/cooktop without having the paper burst into flames. Also, cleaning the cooktop, even while cooking, is a breeze as the cooktop doesn't get hot. I can wipe up shredded cheese that misses the pan while the "burners" are in use and they wipe up easily - the surface of the cooktop (beyond the pan/pot) just doesn't get hot. As long as your pots are magnetic, they'll work with this cooktop. If you've been using electric (radiant heat) stoves/cooktops you won't believe the difference. If you've been using gas stoves/cooktops what you'll notice is that the kitchen doesn't get as warm as the stove doesn't generate any heat - only the pan/pot on the element gets hot. We would by induction again.
I'll never look back!
Love the GE induction stovetop. Perfect layout of different size elements. Of course magnetic pans are a must, but are more common that you may think. Does not 'buzz' like some cheap versions of induction burners
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