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Best induction stoves for lightning-fast cooking

The phrase “a watched pot never boils” has clearly never met an induction stove before.

Induction stove fast cooking

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While the easiest answer to “what’s the most eco-friendly appliance?” is always “the one you already have,” it’s good to know what to look for the next time you need to upgrade your range or stove. 

It’s pretty clear that induction ranges are the way to go — they send up to 90% of their energy directly to your food, versus 70% from electric stoves and only 38% from gas! Faster cooking times means less energy used, lower utility bills, and a happier planet. Pair that with a company committed to reducing waste and improving manufacturing processes, and you’ve got a kitchen that looks great and uses less. 

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NuWave Double Precision Induction Cooktop Burner

Why It’s Cool
If you’re in a rental or need a kitchen upgrade on a budget, this compact countertop induction cooker is a great option. It’s super efficient, comes with a range of smart options, and can even be carted off to your next cookout with the help of an extension cord!

$199.99

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NuWave Double Precision Induction Cooktop Burner
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Samsung Slide-In Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Oven

Why It’s Cool
Upgrading to induction isn’t cheap, but this Samsung model provides a lower point of entry for those looking to make the switch. It promises a hyper-efficient cook. 

$1,298

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Samsung Slide-In Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Oven
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GE Profile 30” Induction and Convection Range

Why It’s Cool
One way to reduce a product’s impact is to buy items made closer to home, so we love that this GE model is made with up to 90% U.S. materials. As an added bonus, it has an app so you can make sure you’re cooking efficiently from anywhere in the house.

$2,159.99

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GE Profile 30” Induction and Convection Range
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Miele KM 6320 Induction Cooktop

Why It’s Cool
Meant to be integrated into a worktop, the Miele induction cooktop is sleek and powerful. Beyond its good looks, Miele is working toward 100% carbon-neutral products as well as a closed loop system, so most of its appliances are designed to be nearly 100% recyclable at the end of their life.

$2,499

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Miele KM 6320 Cooktop
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Smeg SPR30UIMX Induction Cooktop and Convection Oven

Why It’s Cool
Aside from producing Pinterest-worthy appliances, Smeg places a heavy emphasis on responsible design by choosing easily recycled materials and avoiding hazardous chemicals in its manufacturing processes.

$4,399

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Smeg SPR30UIMX Convection Oven

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