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Avalon Bay 1,800W Portable Induction Cooktop

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Original price $119.99
Current price $79.99

Avalon Bay 1,800W Portable Induction Cooktop

The Avalon Bay Induction Cooktop IC100B is a portable, efficient, and smart kitchen appliance. The square-shaped compact induction cooktop occupies very little space on your countertop.
Its lightweight design allows it to be packed and carried anywhere, easily. You could take this countertop hot plate with you on a camping trip or to a hotel room, allowing you to save money on vacation by cooking your own food, rather than eating out at a restaurant.
The IC100B induction cooktop burner from Avalon Bay makes use of a ceramic plate on top of an electromagnetic coil. Once you turn on the device, an electric current will travel through the coil. This process creates a magnetic field that heats up the metal in the pan. Through this method, the generated heat comes from the pan, rather than from the cooktop itself.
The induction cooker completes the cooking process faster, while also making use of less power than other appliances. It simplifies cooking with easy-to-use controls, and a semi-automatic operation. It is an appliance designed for smart and modern kitchens.
You can select from eight different cooking temperatures within the range of 140 degrees to 465 degrees, which ensures you’ll have the cooking results you desire, no matter what type of food you’re preparing. Additionally, you can select from eight power settings ranging from 300W to 1800W.
With the new IC100B portable induction cooker, cooking does not require supervision anymore. A built-in timer allows you to set the cooking duration time. Once the cook time is exhausted, the timer will automatically place the heater into standby mode. You just set the timer and come back to a deliciously cooked meals.


  • HOW IT WORKS: An induction burner consists of a ceramic plate with an electromagnetic coil beneath it. When you turn on the burner, electric current runs through the coil producing a magnetic field which heats the pan’s metal. An induction cooktops heat is coming from the pan and not the burner
  • FEATURES: The Avalon Bay Induction Cook Top features 8 temperature settings ranging from 140°F to 465°F and 8 power settings from 300W to 1800W. The electric cooker also features a digital display, a countdown timer, auto-pan detection, and standby mode.
  • TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: The Avalon Bay Induction Cooktop uses 120 Volts and 15 Amps of electricity, which is standard in all homes. The cooking surface fits pots between 5” and 10” in diameter. All induction cooktops require compatible cookware such as stainless steel, cast iron, enameled iron, or steel.
  • BENEFITS: The electric cooker can boil a pot of water in almost half the time as a standard gas stove. You’re also less likely to have hot spots in your pan, and once you remove the pan, an induction cook-top cools off faster than a conventional burner