Question: Why is induction so expensive?

Because the heat is generated inside the base of the pan, they use less electricity than conventional electric cooktops, and can heat things quicker. Induction cooktops are also more expensive, because they are more complex than the more common gas type.

Is induction more expensive to run?

While induction cooktops still use electricity to produce the electromagnetic field, they draw much less energy than electric coil or hotplate cooktops, and even ceramic cooktops. So, this means no heat or energy is wasted.

Does induction use less electricity?

Research clearly shows that induction cooktops are more energy efficient: gas cooktops are about 40 percent efficient; electric-coil and standard smooth-top electric cooktops are about 74 percent efficient; and induction cooktops are 84 percent efficient.

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