@djslack you can always just get an induction element that sits on top of your existing range. Make sure it is at least 1800W though.
And yeah, I figured as much, I just hate when they say “all” but it clearly isn’t all all.
@curtise I have a countertop single induction burner. It’s why I know I would want a whole cooktop. Even a cheap one kicks ass, except, coincidentally, for trying to bring a big stockpot with a large amount of water to a boil. Really, bigger than this. I think it was a 12 quart pot. And I think it’s a 1500w unit.
Obviously if you have water saver toilet adjust accordingly.
Also this only works once I’m sure. But I’ve also only had to wash a cat once and that involved him sneaking into a pantry then getting shut in, climbing shelves, piercing a bottle of oil, and taking a shower in it.
Too bad the lifetime coating warranty from QVC doesn’t apply over here. A nonstick pot you can just get replaced every couple of years would be the best buy in nonstick pots. Of course a stockpot isn’t going to see the same wear as a skillet most of the time, but still a secondary reason this line of cookware isn’t going to stick around. NPI
(The primary reason being the jaunty brim that makes it suitable for formal wear when taking the carriage out to see one of those new talking picture shows.)
@djslack You should read the lifetime warranty paperwork for some of those cheap QVC items. I bet it will tell you that you must send it back along with $15 (not sure of exact handling fee) for handling to get your replacement.
My guess is whatever they charge for handling is the actual cost to manufacture and ship. But once you add in your return shipping costs, it’s probably close to retail.
So now we’re just selling everything that was in the mehrathon but didn’t sell out? I imagine several bluetooth speakers and wireless earbuds will make their way on here over the next few days. If you put those fucking TrackR things on here again, I’ll ship you somewhere using Pitney Bowes. You’ll never be seen again!
@hamjudo@pmarin how large is your attention span? Maybe we could do math if we had… Nope still shouldn’t overfill/overheat. If you alert is when it boils over maybe it delays it slightly which is the opposite of good
@jpr9845@pmarin yea… Apparently. I prefer gas. But I’m already paying for gas and stick to cast iron and stainless steal anyway. Although not the super expensive stuff. If you want a decent enanmeld cast iron.
Used mine quite a bit and had no issues including putting in the oven but it does have a limit in the oven if 400 degrees cause handle. It’s obviously not top-level stuff but we are on meh. If you just want a single induction compatible pot it’s good. I have one just cause the way it holds heat. Good to sear easy to clean. But don’t use metal utensils like you would with stainless steal or raw cast iron.
And it is heavy. If you’re not into cast iron just go stainless steel