Fagor Digital Portable Induction Burner
Easy-touch controls with six temperature settings. Features timer and control pad lock.
- Efficient: Uses 90% of energy produced.
- Fast: Quick heating response: as precise as gas, with 50% less cooking time
- Precise: Melt chocolate or butter without a double boiler
- Safe: Surface stays cool to the touch with no flames or smoke. Features automatic safety shut-off
- Easy to clean: Spills wipe up easily because they don’t get cooked onto the glass
- Elegant: High-quality, heat-resistant glass with elegant touch controls
- Quick Launch buttons for instant boil or warm settings
- Quick Temp button displays actual cooking temperature
- Model: 670041470
- Warranty: Two-year limited warranty
- Watts: 1800 watts
- Dimensions: 14" x 12" x 2¾"
- Made in China
Care & Usage Show
- Wipe clean
This Fagor is not the highest wattage at 1300. There are a few out there much stronger but they are much more money. I guess it depends on what you want to use it for. I boil big stockpots of water on it to using it on my table top to keep the food warm while people are eating.
It would be great for an RVer needing extra burners. I use mine often and am happy with it
As this is my only heating device other than a microwave- this unit gets daily use, and it's good at doing its job, as long as you use the proper induction cookware (I originally forgot about this and had a bad time).
Heating is quick- it normally will only take a minute or two to boil a medium sized pot of water. I have never cooked by temperature- so I can't speak to the accuracy of the temperature gauge. I've also never used the timer while cooking- but it seems to function. The buttoms are relatively sensitive- and I've occasionally accidentally turned the unit off or on. It makes a beeping noise whenever you've pressed a button, so you're unlikely to not notice. It also has an automatic shut off- the unit will only operate with an induction capable object on it- with about 3-5 seconds of leeway if you pick up the item.
The unit will be hot after use (the display will show ""-H-""), but cools down quickly. To clean simply wipe the surface.
No regrets- I like this unit a lot
I use it at least 3 times a week just to cook dinner instead of using my old gas stove. Who knew induction was SO much faster than gas?!
I used it outside the other day just to cook some food that I knew would stink up my entire house, worked wonderfully. I stayed in a shaded area just in case, you never know.
Lastly (and most impressive) I was able to use it as a buffet server at a family birthday last month. Just placed a pot of mashed potatoes on the cooktop and set it to the lowest level, kept my potatoes warm through the evening and EVERYONE was raving about how clever and convenient the cooktop was.
Thank you Fagor, I can't WAIT to use my cooktop this Thanksgiving and Xmas!!
1. The TEMP function does not show actual temp. Put pot with cold oil on the unit and it will display the setpoint of 360, even though the oil is at room temp. Without a thermometer you don't know when the oil is hot enough to cook.
2. Its inaccurate.
Set it to BOIL -212 and it brings it to a rolling boil.
Set it to medium high 200 - rolling boil
Set it to medium low 180 - rolling boil
If you care about temp control, this is not the one for you. I did find when give time to reach the set point of 360 - the oil actually was fairly clos
Love it because I don't have to worry about things burning - much easier to control than a standard electric stovetop. So things that are delicate (puddings, melting chocolate,) don't require the same close attention that one would have to do on a regular stove top (gas or electric). Splatters and spills - not to worry - It cleans up easy without scrubbing at all. The surface gets a bit hot, but not dangerously hot like with a standard glasstop or a coil burner, and it does have an "H" when the surface is hot. As I live at high altitude, I don't really pay too much attention to the pre-set temp settings (sear, boil and so forth) but I wouldn't on any stove anyway.
The only annoyance I've encountered is the burner will automatically shut off after a couple of hours so if you are doing a slow-cook thing - stews, soups, you do have to mind the burner and listen for its beep that it is shutting down. Just wait a couple of minutes (that's what I do) and just start it back up. It's a safety feature and all the portable induction burners that I've used have this feature. So for us forgetful cooks, it's great.
It's not the most largest burner out there - my 7.25 qt dutch oven is near the maximum size it will accommodate but for our use it is perfect.
Questions & Answers
Why isn't the wattage listed on your site for the Fagor induction burner? Also, there is no description of what controls are on there. I did notice that a complete description was listed for a more expensive induction burner
Easy-touch controls with six temperature settings. Features timer and control pad lock. Wipe clean. 1800 watts. 14" x 12" x 2¾".
Efficient: Uses 90% of energy produced.
Fast: Quick heating response: as precise as gas, with 50% less cooking time.
Precise: Melt chocolate or butter without a double boiler.
Safe: Surface stays cool to the touch with no flames or smoke. Features automatic safety shut-off.
Easy to clean: Spills wipe up easily because they don’t get cooked onto the glass.
Elegant: High-quality, heat-resistant glass with elegant touch controls.
Quick Launch buttons for instant boil or warm settings.
Quick Temp button displays actual cooking temperature
Two-year limited warranty
Made in China.
such as aluminum
So is this cordless?
Do all metal pots and pans work with this product.I want to fry chicken at a constant 375*. Willthis product keep an adjusted temperature