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Dorm room? Check. In need of an extra cooking aide? Check. Smart-tech? Check. Pretty and versatile? Double check! This amazing Induction Cooker fits the bill at all these levels and then some.

It's sleek, smart and available in fun, exclusive fashion colors and patterns - Savannah Floral or Hen and Chicks, anyone? Brought to you from Paula Deen's wide house of all-things-kitchen, this cooking device delivers evenly distributed heat when cooking with induction-compatible (magnetic) pots and pans. Plus, it heats up faster than traditional cooking modes. That's a lot of heat for something so small!

Induction Cooker Includes:

  • Induction Cooktop
  • Cookware Testing Magnet
  • Instructions

Induction Cooker Features:

  • No open flame, so it's safe to use anywhere
  • Compact, so it's super easy to transport anywhere
  • LOC function allows you to lock in a certain function or temperature; Great for when using as a buffet server!
  • Never-before seen patterns and exclusive colors
  • Ability to set a timer to either turn off the cooktop at the end of the timer, or preset to turn on the cooktop after set amount of time
  • You can use the induction burner just as you would a normal stove top but with better digital temperature control
  • Digital display allows ability to see temperature for the preset functions
  • Induction heats up faster than traditional cooktops
  • Cooktop guidelines (the circle on induction burner) provides the ability to see where the cookware should be placed for great heat distribution

Induction Cooker Color Choices:

  • Black: Solid black top
  • Hen & Chicks Grey: Grey with red and yellow hen and chicks
  • Hen & Chicks Light Red: Salmon pink with white and yellow hen and chicks
  • Lavender: Solid lavender top
  • Orchid Blue: Solid dark teal
  • Peaches: Beige top with green leaf and orange peach design
  • Plaid: Beige top with red/orange, grey and khaki plaid design
  • Red: Solid brick red top
  • Savannah Floral: Silver-tone top with royal blue fountain and tree design (resembles the fountain at Forsyth Park in Savannah Georgia)
  • Time to Eat Y'all: Silver-tone top with floral murall with "Time to Eat Y'All" written inside

Check out Instructions & Care for more information and ideas.

Additional Information

  • Dimensions: 2-1/2"H x 12-1/4"W x 15"D - 2.5 lbs
  • Material: Glass, plastic and copper
  • Power: 1500W / 120V / 60Hz; ETL listed; 50" power cord
  • Warranty: Limited one-year manufacturer's warranty. Please call 866-325-1659.
  • Country of Origin: China

Please Note: Induction cooking devices require the use of either induction-compatible cookware or an induction disk. See the What Is Induction Cooking? tab for care information. Do not submerge Induction Cooker in any liquid.

Care Instructions:

  • Never use abrasive or harsh cleaners.
  • When cleaning, unplug the Induction Cooktop.
  • When not in use, unplug the Induction Cooktop.
  • To clean, wipe with wet cloth or sponge with soapy water. Towel dry.
  • Do not allow your cookware to "boil dry" as this can damage the cookware.
  • Please note there is small compartment located on the bottom of the unit that has no function and may be used as storage.

What Is Induction Cooking?

Induction cooking uses magnetic induction to transfer heat. This is compared to traditional cooking, where a flame (gas stovetops) or electrical current (electric stovetops) provides the heat to a burner.

Why Use Induction Cooking?

Induction cooking transfers heat directly to an induction-ready pot or pan, which is more efficient and produces less wasted heat. It also means you can control the temperature more precisely while cooking.

Can I Use My Own Cookware for Induction Cooking?

If you purchased "induction ready" cookware, then yes! You can look for an "Induction" symbol on the manual included with your cookware, or even on the cookware itself. The symbol looks like a line of "teardrops" or ovals.

Induction cooking requires a magnetic reaction to work - basically, a certain amount of iron has to be present in the material out of which your cookware is made. This means cast iron cookware works with induction cookers, as will magnetic stainless steel cookware. Not all stainless steel cookware has enough iron to produce the magnetic reaction, however, nor does cookware made from copper, glass or aluminum.

Some manufacturers build their copper, aluminum or stainless steel cookware with an induction disk - this means that you'll have the look and cooking qualities of the material, but can still use them with induction cooking.

How Can I Tell If My Cookware Will Work with Induction Cooking?

If a test magnet was included with your induction cooker, you can use that to determine if a particular piece of cookware will work with induction cooking. If the magnet sticks to the bottom of the cookware, there's enough magnetic potential for induction cooking.

What If None of My Cookware Works with Induction Cooking?

You can purchase an induction disk, which you place between your induction cooker and your cookware. The induction disk will have a magnetic reaction with the induction cooker and heat up, similarly to a burner or hotplate. Your cookware will then draw heat from the disk.

Note that using an induction disk allows you to use your induction cooker with cookware that's not induction compatible, but won't transfer heat as quickly, efficiently or precisely as using induction compatible cookware.