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What high quality portable induction hot plates should I consider?

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What high quality portable induction hot plates should I consider?

Sid Post | Oct 28, 2012 10:08 AM

I have a relatively cheap "Max Burton" induction hot plate which sort of works and sort of doesn't. It doesn't have enough cooling to stay on with a medium range heat setting and lacks really useful power adjustments. I have used it enough to realize I really like induction cooking hot plates so, it's time to move on to a higher quality unit.

This one (Vollrath 59500P) looks like a good model but, there really aren't any reviews:
http://www.vollrathco.com/catalog_sku...

At ~$430 delivered, I'm wondering if there are better models or cheaper alternatives that will work as well. From surfing the 'net, it looks like there are a lot of models in Europe that don't offer 120V connections. Does anyone have experience with European models that might have 120V options?

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