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Old 10-03-2016, 12:21 PM   #1
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Do you have the True Induction Cooktop in your coach?

I'm seeing the "True Induction Cooktop" in more and more motorhomes and I'm curious if you have it in your coach and do you like it?
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Old 10-03-2016, 12:36 PM   #2
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Have an induction cook top in ours, have not used it yet however. Did have to leave most of our pots in the old MH we sold, they were aluminum and will not work with induction cooktops.
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We have it and have no complaints.
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Old 10-03-2016, 12:47 PM   #4
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We have one and like it just fine. Like anything else, there is a learning curve. We are still in that curve.
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Old 10-03-2016, 01:23 PM   #5
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We have the two burner model and love it. Much, much better than propane for many reasons. If I had one request I wish this model had smaller incriments to adjust the heat levels.

Other than that I would highly recommend it. You do need to have pots and pans that have ferris bottoms. You can test with a magnet. If the magnet sticks to the bottom than you are good to go.

As others have stated there is a learning curve. Once you get the hang of it, it is very easy. I do cook a lot on it.
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Old 10-03-2016, 01:26 PM   #6
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We have the induction burners as well. Like it so much we purchased a couple portable units to use outside as our preferred cooking area.
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Thank you one and all. When you say "we purchased a couple portable units to use outside as our preferred cooking area". Do you mean to use in general outdoor cooking? Or do you mean instead of a grill?
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I just took out the LP cooktop and installed a True 2 burner unit. Wife does not like a gas cooktop. We have a full size 240v 4 burner unit in the house too.
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I'm seeing the "True Induction Cooktop" in more and more motorhomes and I'm curious if you have it in your coach and do you like it?

We got ours installed a while back but haven't really had a chance to try it out due to medical issues!

Induction cooktop- INSTALLED!
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We have had a couple of portable units for 3 years now. My DW Loves it and does 90 percent of cooking on them. There was a learning curve for the first couple of weeks, but after that it was smooth sailing. I plan on getting one to replace the cooktop in the motor home. at the present time we are using a portable. we bought a set of special cook ware just for induction cooking. My DW can cook a complete meal using just the portable by stacking. we got a set of non stick induction Bella cook ware. cook eggs with no grease or oil. Steam Veggies with the steamer that came with the portables. We got them on a TV offer called NuWave. One of our better buys.
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I installed a True Induction 2 burner cook top in our MH 3 years ago. Wife likes using it. Have a Induction Range in stick and bricks and a portable unit for cooking outdoors with or without the BBQ grill.
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Thank you one and all. When you say "we purchased a couple portable units to use outside as our preferred cooking area". Do you mean to use in general outdoor cooking? Or do you mean instead of a grill?
We have a grill that we use for grilling and smoking.

The portable unit(s) are set up on the patio table to cook, boil, fry and do any cooking that we would normally do on the stove top. We do cook inside but prefer keeping the cooking smells outside whenever possible/practicable.

When at the S&B we bring one of the portables in for quick use.
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Love it!

We have the True Induction cooktop and love it!
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