Greystone RV Stoves and Cooktops - Cooktop - 324-000127 Review

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Review of Greystone RV Kitchen 324-000127


Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at a Greystone double burner induction cooktop. Now, induction uses electromagnetic energy to directly heat pots and pans. In comparison, gas and electric cooktops heat indirectly using either a burner or heating element to heat cookware from underneath. Induction cooktops don't use burners or heating elements underneath the pan. Instead, they use a series of magnets that engage the iron atoms in a pan to generate heat.If you're concerned with what types of pots or pans will work with this unit, in the instructions, it does have a nice page that details that information out. Basically, if you're unsure about the usability of your cookware, you can simply take a magnet, such as one on your refrigerator, and hold it under the bottom of your pot or pan.

If the magnet sticks, the cookware can be used on an induction cooktop.Now, induction is very efficient. It's able to deliver roughly 80 to 90% of its electromagnetic energy to the food in the pan, which is drastically more when compared to electric or gas. These cooktops not only heat up much faster, but the temperature controls are far more precise.Now, this one is a double burner cooktop. It can be used with the included feet or you can cut a hold in the countertop for a drop-in installation. So, it does offer countertop use or drop-in installation.

If you are doing a drop-in installation, you need to make sure that your cutout measures at least minimum 13-3/8" front to back, 19-3/8" side to side. Maximum measurements would be 13-3/4" front to back, 19-11/16" side to side. It does have a nice seal that goes around the perimeter of the underside.Overall, it's a really nice unit. The surface is ceramic glass and the body is metal. You do have two cook zones, so you have left and right.

You also have two control panels, so you can control independently.You'll notice here that it has a lock button. I say button but it's basically just touch sensitive, so it's like a touchscreen. You do have a lock feature right here, so it features a child safety lock, which prevents activation of the sensor keys to keep your children safe while you're using the cooktop. It will activate automatically if any key is not pressed within five minutes.The right zone has six power level settings and the left zone offers eight settings. The power levels range from 300 watts to 1,800 watts.

It can also be switched to temperature mode by pushing the function button. That ranges from 120 degrees Fahrenheit to 460 degrees Fahrenheit.It also features a timer button right here or timer sensor. That has a range from 1 minute to 2 hours and 59 minutes. Then you have your minus and plus button, which allows you to adjust your cook settings or power settings or temperature settings.Now, after using the cooking zones, the cooktop will remain hot for a short period of time. The display on each zone will show the letter H to warn the user that the surface is hot. You'll want to wait until the H is no longer displayed to clean and touch the unit.Overall, side to side, the unit measured 20-1/2", front to back, measured 14-1/8". Voltage is 120 volts, 60 hertz. The minimum circuit breaker amperage is 20 amps. Again, it does have the power cord with the standard three-prong connector.That's going to do it for today's look at the Greystone double burner induction cooktop.


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