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  1. Viking - 3-Series Induction Cooktop - Black ceramic glass

    Model: RVIC3306BBG
    SKU: 6571570

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    Your price for this item is $2,999.00
  2. Dacor - Contemporary 36" Electric Induction Cooktop - Black Glass

    Model: DTI36M977BB
    SKU: 5869426
    Your price for this item is $4,199.00
  3. Bosch - 500 Series 36" Built-In Electric Induction Cooktop with 5 elements - Black

    Model: NIT5660UC
    SKU: 6496116
    Your price for this item is $2,349.99
  4. Dacor - 36" Induction Cooktop - Transitional - Black

    Model: DTI36P876BB/DA
    SKU: 6431949
    Your price for this item is $2,899.00
  5. New!LG - 30" Built-In Electric Induction Cooktop with 4 Elements and UltraHeat 5.0kW Element - Black Ceramic

    Model: CBIH3017BE
    SKU: 6574262

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    Your price for this item is $1,699.99
    The previous price was $2,199.99
  6. Thermador - Freedom Series 36" Built-In Electric Induction Cooktop with 56-element Freedom Cooking Surface and Wifi - Dark Gray

    Your price for this item is $6,099.00
  7. JennAir - 30" Built-In Electric Induction Cooktop - Black

    Model: JIC4730HS
    SKU: 6342123
    Your price for this item is $3,549.00
  8. Bosch - 800 Series 36" Built-In Electric Induction Cooktop with 5 elements and Wifi - Black

    Model: NIT8660SUC
    SKU: 6496103
    Your price for this item is $2,799.99
  9. New!LG - 36" Built-In Electric Induction Cooktop with 5 Elements and UltraHeat 5.0kW Element - Black Ceramic

    Model: CBIH3617BE
    SKU: 6574614

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    Your price for this item is $1,999.99
    The previous price was $2,499.00
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  11. Fisher & Paykel - 15" Primary Modular Electric Cooktop, 2 Burners - Black

    Model: CI152DTTB1
    SKU: 6572129

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    Your price for this item is $2,299.00
  12. ZLINE - 36 in. Induction Cooktop with 5 burners (RCIND-36) - Black

    Your price for this item is $1,019.99
    The previous price was $1,199.99
  13. Samsung - 36" Built-In Electric Induction Cooktop with 5 Burners and Wi-Fi - Black

    Model: NZ36C3060UK/AA
    SKU: 6551739
    Your price for this item is $1,199.99
    The previous price was $1,349.99
  14. GE Profile - 36" Electric Built In Cooktop - Black

    Model: PHP9036DTBB
    SKU: 6527501
    Your price for this item is $2,198.99
    The previous price was $2,399.99
  15. GE Profile - 30" Electric Built In Cooktop - Black

    Model: PHP7030DTBB
    SKU: 6527496
    Your price for this item is $1,799.99
    The previous price was $1,999.99
  16. Café - 36" Electric Built In Cooktop, Customizable - Stainless Steel

    Model: CHP90362TSS
    SKU: 6527328
    Your price for this item is $2,699.99
    The previous price was $2,799.99
  17. Bertazzoni - Professional Series 36" Electric Induction Cooktop - Black

    Model: P365IAE
    SKU: 5890373

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    Your price for this item is $2,199.00
  18. Dacor - 30" Induction Cooktop - Transitional - Black

    Model: DTI30P876BB/DA
    SKU: 6431943
    Your price for this item is $2,499.00
  19. GE Profile - 30" Electric Built In Cooktop - Black

    Model: PHP9030DTBB
    SKU: 6527500
    Your price for this item is $1,998.90
    The previous price was $2,199.99

Buying an induction cooktop.

Benefits of an induction stovetop.

First, it’s useful to clear up the common question about the difference between a cooktop and a range. A cooktop refers just to the area where you’ll place your pots and pans on burners whereas a range (also called a stove) combines the cooktop with an oven or ovens.

You might be wondering why an induction cooktop could be a better choice for you than a traditional gas or electric stovetop. One reason is efficiency. Instead of having to heat up a burner and then heat up a pot, induction cooktops heat up the pot or pan directly, cutting down the time and energy it takes to cook. In fact, induction burners will boil water 2 to 4 minutes more quickly than gas or conventional electric burners do.

Additionally, unlike gas stovetops, induction cooktops do not introduce harmful chemicals into the air inside your house. And while induction stovetops can get hot due to the heat transferred from hot pots and pans, they cool off quickly because they are not actively generating their own heat. If you want to take extra precautions, you can find induction cooktops with hot surface indicator lights to warn you of warm or hot glass.

Finding the best induction cooktop for you.

You might be choosing an induction cooktop in order to minimize your carbon footprint or simply because cutting-edge induction technology cooks faster and responds more precisely to temperature controls. Either way, you’ll want to consider what your kitchen can accommodate. Do you want to place your induction cooktop in the counter? If so, you will need to pair it with a wall oven, and you should consider professional appliance installation. Alternatively, you can opt for an all-in-one induction range.

If you’re cooking in a smaller space or need an option that’s transportable, the best induction cooktop for you will be a plug-in countertop induction burner. You can find these portable induction cooktops with one- or two-burner designs to meet your needs.

Remember: you must use your induction stovetop with induction-friendly cookware. Fortunately, many popular kinds of cookware, such as cast iron skillets, are induction safe. If you are new to induction cooking, you should also keep in mind that pots and pans will heat up more quickly with induction. For materials like cast iron, it is best to start at a low temperature when preheating the pan and increase gradually to maintain the integrity of the material.