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Costway Electric Hot Plate Ceramic Double Infrared Burner 1800W Stainless Steel

Item# SPM15764199124 | Model# EP24891US | Added on February 23, 2021 |
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Costway Electric Hot Plate Ceramic Double Infrared Burner 1800W Stainless Steel
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Take this hot plate home and enjoy the upgraded cooking experience. As a perfect complement to your kitchen, the hot plate is compatible with most cookware, such as frying pan, steak plate, stone pan, etc. You can use this ceramic electric burner to warm food, deep fry and stir fry. It's also worth mentioning that ceramic glass plates with high heat efficiency minimizes heat loss. And the infrared heating technology comes with excellent heat conduction, also making the heating more even for better efficiency. Besides, its stainless steel frame ensures long service life and is easy to clean. To offer a space-saving solution, the countertop burner is ultra compact and portable, thus making it perfect for dorm, RV, camping, etc. Most importantly, overheat protection is available for a safer cooking experience.

Features:
Double 900W burners allow you to cook different dishes simultaneously
Advanced infrared heating reduces heat loss for more efficiency
Adjust the temperature to meet different cooking needs
Compatible with all cookware for maximum convenience
With no radiation during operation, it's totally safe to use
High quality ceramic glass is anti-crack and durable
Stainless steel surface are easy to clean up and maintain
Designed with overheat protection for a safer cooking environment
Features compact and potable size for small space
Perfect for camping, studio, dorm, apartment

Specifications:
Color: Silver
Material: Ceramic Glass, Stainless Steel
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