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Hot surface indicator cooktops are a must-have for any modern kitchen. They provide a visual cue that let you know when the cooktop is still hot, preventing accidental burns. In this head-to-head review, we’ll be looking at two of the best hot surface indicator cooktops on the market, the Duxtop 8100MC and the NuWave PIC.
Both the Duxtop 8100MC and the NuWave PIC are full-sized cooktops that can be used with any type of cookware. They both have a smooth, ceramic glass surface that is easy to clean. The Duxtop 8100MC has a slightly larger cooking surface, measuring 20 inches by 12 inches. The NuWave PIC has a cooking surface that is 18 inches by 12 inches.
Both cooktops have a built-in hot surface indicator light that will stay on as long as the cooktop is hot. This is a valuable safety feature that can prevent accidental burns. The Duxtop 8100MC also has a child safety lock that can be used to prevent children from turning on the cooktop.
The Duxtop 8100MC has 10 temperature settings that range from 140 degrees Fahrenheit to 460 degrees Fahrenheit. The NuWave PIC has 9 temperature settings that range from 100 degrees Fahrenheit to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Both cooktops can be used with induction-compatible cookware.
The Duxtop 8100MC is priced at $79.99 and the NuWave PIC is priced at $69.95.
-Both cooktops have a smooth, ceramic glass surface that is easy to clean.
-The Duxtop 8100MC has a slightly larger cooking surface.
-The Duxtop 8100MC has a child safety lock.
-The Duxtop 8100MC has 10 temperature settings.
-The NuWave PIC is less expensive.
-The NuWave PIC has a smaller cooking surface.
-The NuWave PIC has fewer temperature settings.
The Duxtop 8100MC is the better cooktop of the two. It has a larger cooking surface, a child safety lock, and more temperature settings. It is also only slightly more expensive than the NuWave PIC.
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