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Issue 16 · Gwyneth Paltrow's Easter Table · April 20, 2011

Electrolux Induction Cooktop and Range

Issue 16 · Gwyneth Paltrow's Easter Table · April 20, 2011

In honor of Earth Month, Electrolux is highlighting the energy-saving qualities of its appliances, including the company's Induction Ranges and Cooktops. Induction cooking is 70 percent more efficient than gas and 20 percent more efficient than electric. In addition, induction surfaces offer exceptional temperature control and responsiveness, allowing you to instantly adjust the heat to a delicate simmer or a quick boil (from zero to boiling in 90 seconds). And with induction cooking, since heat is transferred directly to the cookware, the cooktop stays cooler to the touch, making it easier to clean. To see the full line of Electrolux induction cooking options (which includes full induction ranges, induction hybrid cooktops, and full induction cooktops), go to Electrolux.

During the month of April, Electrolux is hosting appliance giveaways on Facebook and at Kelly Confidential (currently up for grabs: a washer/dryer duo).

Above: The built-in Electrolux Induction Range with Wave-Touch Controls.



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