Item #: 177IC3500 208/240
This Avantco IC3500 countertop induction range delivers superior usability and performance for all your cooking needs! With innovative technology capable of heating up in as little as 1 minute, this induction burner is perfect for use in cooking applications that require quick heat up times and fast recovery such as buffet tables, banquet halls, and cruise ships. And, since there's no open flame or exposed burner, this induction unit is safer than conventional countertop ranges. For added convenience, a built-in 180 min. timer allows you to keep track of your culinary creations, and you can cook using either a power level / wattage mode (500-3500W), or a temperature mode that ranges from 140 - 460 degrees Fahrenheit. Simply place an induction-ready pan or pot on the cooking surface and turn it on!
- Accepts induction-ready pots or pans with a bottom diameter of 5" to 10 1/4"
- Power level / wattage mode from 500-3500W
- Temperature mode from 140-460 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degree increments)
- Heat generated in the bottom of the cookware for super-fast cooking speeds
- Easy to read digital display
- 180 min. timer (1 min. increments to 20 min.; 5 min. increments over 20 min.)
- Automatically switches to standby mode when cookware is removed from surface
- 208/240V and 3500W
Left to Right: 12"
Front to Back: 15 1/2"
Height: 4 1/4"
We just ordered our second one of these burners! It is lightweight, quick to heat up and we use it daily in our little bakery cafe!
Top of the line induction burner, this thing gets hot super fast. We use for all sorts of things in the bakery, such as bain marie, pastry cream and so much more. It gets hot very quick so when cooking directly on it I use it around 80-120 degrees but hotter when using it as a bain marie or for caramel sauces. Honestly my life would be incomplete with my induction burner, it is super important in my bakery. looking forward to getting another one soon.
I purchased this item to use in my bubble tea shop, specifically to cook boba, which are tapioca balls. I've used it at least 3 times a day for 6 weeks now and I love it. It does exactly what I want it to do. It heats up quickly to a rolling boil and when I turn it down to simmer it goes down as quickly too. I haven't had any issues with this iem and I highly recommend it.
I've had this product for a bit now so I feel comfortable revewing it. I do a lot of homebrewing which is entirely what this is used for. It takes maybe 20 minutes to heat strike water and about 35 minutes to bring the full boil volume to a nice rolling boil on full power. At that point I usually turn it down to medium power. All in all this induction cook top is awesome. I would absolutely recommend it.
We purchase multiple units of the Avantco IC3500 when our primary range went out and we needed to wait 2 weeks for a part. It took us out a jam and we continue to use it on a regular basis. Highly recommend this item.
This range is a 240V and 3500W counter-top induction range and it is very strong. It fires up the food in no time. I like it and I would recommend it. Thank you
This is an excellent product for our cooking needs. We use it in our small food prep area and is very convenient to remove when not being used
Instant heat...takes a bit of learning as it's so fast and quick it catches you off guard...very precise heat, great inexpensive option, I paid over twice the price for our other one
We have a couple of these in booth our kitchens and they are great. We usually get the smaller wattage one but we had great spot with the higher voltage outlet near by, so we upgraded. You have to use magnetic or induction ready cookware on this . we also use cast iron skillets. It boils water super fast, and can maintain a constant temp. On the highest setting it does make a high pitched sound, but you get used to it and with all the other kitchen noise, it isn't that bad. Be careful with handling it and moving it around. We get about a 1.2-2 years out of them before they break.
This induction burner is the perfect space saving solution we have been looking for! We love it! It's shiny! It beeps a lot though. And it's loud.
For homebrewing it's Da Bomb! Brings 4 gallons of 50 degree f water to a rolling boil in 30 minutes and after you add your fermentables is easy to tune the power for the 1 hour boil. Can't comment on long term reliability, but loving it so far.
This induction is fine, and very reasonably priced. It's not very adjustable (goes from pretty low to super hot in just a few clicks), and the heat tends to be focused in the very center of the pans, so you really must stir stir stir in order to keep your food from scorching in one spot. It gets the job done, but I'm saving up to buy a more sophisticated model.
This Avantco 3500W induction burner is fantastic. Priced well below the competition, this burner holds its own in the kitchen. The large glass cooktop is easy to clean and looks great. Stainless body of the burner is well made and sturdy. I use this burner for homebrewing and have had no issue heating up to 8 gallons of wort to rolling boil. I am sure it would boil an even larger amount but have not yet tried. Much cheaper to operate than propane burner. Heats only where the kettle makes contact with the glass so the sides of your kettle do not get scorching hot as they would when using a propane burner. I highly recommend this product.
I bought several of these induction cookers. They work pretty good for the first 6 months but once the time is up the all went down. Luckily they were still under warranty so I was able to get replacements. Overall it's a powerful cooker but don't expect them to last.
I bought the IC3500/ 220watt for homebrewing so I could take my operations from the garage to basement. My 10 gallon brew pot (appx13.3") is larger than the cook-top and as result, it takes a while (45min) to boil from room temp. However, once boiling it keeps 6.75 gallons at a nice gentle boil. Keeping the lid 1/2 on creates a much vigorous boil. Initial review of this unit is satisfactory and great bang for the buck. I do recommend this unit for homebrewing.
I purchased two of these Induction Cooker's for my deli in the past two years. I highly recommend it. My crew in the kitchen swear by this brand. The short time it takes to bring water to boil is essential. We also have limited space, so this fits our needs as well. A++
This is a great unit at a fantastic price. We teach craft beer making and so I didn't have to go out side with a propane burner, we got one of these. It works better than most stove tops at getting up to temp. The rest of the unit stays cool being an induction burner. I would highly recommend this unit.
We've been very happy with this induction burner so far. Strong enough to boil a large pot of water quickly for pasta cooking in the prep kitchen, fast recovery too. Burner is a good size even for our largest rondeau. I wish I had 3 more.
I bought a supposed 2000 watt induction range last year and liked it. It boils water relatively quickly and handles a stir fry well. However, it does not have a setting that gently simmers food. It either boils it rapidly, or it doesn't boil at all. Fortunately 've given that unit away. This 220 volt 3500 watt Avantco induction range is much better. I enjoy cooking and have used this range 8 times since receiving it a few days ago. I've only used heavy enameled cast iron dutch ovens to cook curries and multi-layered Scanpan fry pans to cook omelets. At the 190 deg. setting it gently simmers the pot. I set the timer to 30 minutes and it worked well. Tonight I reheated some food I'd prepared this morning and used the lower temp. settings to start to warm the pot working up a "notch" each couple of minutes. The end result was nice, hot food without any sticking to the pot and nothing burning.
This induction burner works great in our prep kitchen. The sturdy design holds the heavier stock pots & sauce pans. The unit is light and stores away well.
I purchased this range to serve as the main heat source for a basement food processing/brewing/canning etc space that I constructed in my basement. While it will require purchasing some new cookware, I am very impressed thus far, the heat control is instantaneous, the output impressive (brought a 5 gallon volume of wort from ~140 degrees to boiling in 15 minutes and maintained a vigorous boil easily) and the unit is very sturdy in its construction and could probably handle stockpots in excess of 10 gallon. I just hope it lasts--but for the price?