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Best Induction Stove below 2700 Rupees

Best Induction Stove in 2500 to 2700 Rupees

Does induction stove save electricity? The answer is YES. It does save electricity. In Chennai city, the electricity rate is 5 Rupees per unit. At this rate, cooking lunch and dinner with morning and evening tea for one person would cost approx. 15 rupees. Thus, the induction cooktop is many times cheaper than the traditional heater and a bit costlier than cooking Gas.

In this piece, we cover best induction cooktops in India market from 2500 to 2700 Rupees price range. Here you read about top induction stoves of well-known brands.

► Induction Stove with Gas Cooktop

I use my induction stove as a supplement to the Gas cooktop. My experience says Induction is not the best solution for cooking delicious food. That is why I use it for boiling related activity in my kitchen. On my Preethi induction stove, I usually make rice, boil milk and water, prepare tea, make Puri (fried in oil) and similar activities.

If there is a senior citizen in your home, then an induction stove is a must. For boiling water, Induction is a far better and faster solution than gas. On an induction stove, you can set a timer for — suppose one-minute run. In the one-minute run, the water will be boiled, and induction machine will be auto off following the timer. After a few minutes, the hot water will become lukewarm, perfect for use. You do not need to stand in the kitchen for boiling water and then wait until the water reaches a usable temperature.

Of late, the demand for safe, efficient, and noiseless cooking appliances has risen. At first, gas cookers were most preferred but then, they required many safety precautions. Electric coil cookers followed suit, but again they consume a lot of power and are also not 100% safe. The discovery of induction heating technology was one of the best things in recent times.

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How does Induction Stove work? Induction cooktops use magnetic induction to heat vessels and are a very safe and efficient means of cooking. No wonder, most shops selling induction cooktops are always running out of stock when it comes to these particular items.

► Havells Insta Cook Induction Cooktop {ET-X}

In 2500 to 2700 Rupees price range, the best induction stove comes from one of the most trusted brands in India, Havells. The Havells Insta Cook induction has a digital notification display, a soft touch control panel for setting it, and automatic functions. With several safety features, fast heating, and multiple cooking modes, this Havells induction cooktop is a perfect supplement to Gas cooktop in every Indian kitchen.

Havells Insta Cook Induction Cooktop

In case of no cooking vessel on the platform, there will be continuous alert the user. If there is no response, after a few seconds, the Induction will automatically stop its run. This machine comes with protection from high temperature. If the user fails to notice over-heating, which will be a usual scenario often, heat sensor will cut the power supply. The child lock feature is also present on this Havells induction stove, withal.

Which is the best induction stove in the market? That mainly rests on the brand reputation. Essentially, the market reputation of a brand defines the quality of its products and services. That is why the price of induction stoves varies although they have more or less same features. Therefore, should you buy this Havells induction cooktop or not, that depends whether you trust the brand Havells or not.

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Price 2600 Rupees
Features Pre-set functions | Timer | LED Display | Auto Pan Detection | Auto Power Off | 8 Cooking modes | Fast Heating | Energy Saving | Child Lock | Pause Cooking | Keep Warm
Power Capacity: 1900W | Power Range: 120 to 1900 | Heat Range: 60 to 240 degree Celsius
Build Soft touch control panel | 1.2-meter power cord
Warranty 12 Months

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