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Surface de cuisson électrique, encastrée, 31", inox et noir

Article #30005812 Modèle #KICU509XSS Format 30"
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Surface de cuisson électrique, encastrée, 31", inox et noir

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Description

Personnalisez votre expérience de cuisine et préparez de multiples plats sur cette surface de cuisson de 31" de Kitchen Aid. Elle est équipée de 4 éléments de cuisson, dont 2 éléments de 2500 W pouvant être reliés part un pont afin de créer une grande zone de cuisson unique. Les commandes tactiles faciles d'utilisation offrent une sélection de 12 réglages de température différents, ce qui répondra à tous vos besoins en matière de cuisson. De plus, cette plaque de cuisson est dotée d'une technologie de reconnaissance qui lui permet d'identifier la présence d'une batterie de cuisine ainsi que sa taille, s'ajustant en conséquence. Enfin, chaque élément est doté de la fonction Power Boost qui vous offre la possibilité de dépasser le niveau de température maximum pendant 10 minutes pour une ébullition rapide. Garantie limitée d'un (1) an sur les pièces et la main-d'oeuvre.

Caractéristiques

Source d'alimentation
Électrique
Type
Surface de cuisson
Modèle
KICU509XSS
Couleur
Acier inoxydable et noir
Hauteur
3 1/8" (7,94 cm)
Largeur
30 3/4" (78,11 cm)
Profondeur
21 5/16" (54,13 cm)
Voltage
120 V (60 Hz)
Réglage de la température
12 réglages
Brûleur
Radiant
Élément
Droit: 11" - 3700 W/2300 W, centre: 6" - 1800 W/1400 W, avant gauche: 7" - 2500 W/1800 W, arrière gauche: 7" - 2500 W/1800 W
Poids
17,97 kg (39,62 lb)
Garantie sur main-d'oeuvre
Garantie limitée d'un (1) an
Garantie sur pièces
Garantie limitée d'un (1) an
Surface de cuisson
Vitrocéramique
Indicateur de surface chaude (O/N)
Oui
Emplacement des commandes
Dessus
Nombre de brûleurs/éléments
4
Éléments à diamètre variable (O/N)
Oui
Type de surface de cuisson
Induction
Type de commande
Électronique
Famille de couleurs
Acier inoxydable
Energy Star
Oui
Connexion Wi-Fi
Non
Zone de réchaud
Non

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Surface de cuisson électrique, encastrée, 31", inox et noir est évalué 4.2 de 5 de 163.
Rated 4 de 5 de par Induction is amazing Having always been partial to gas cooktops, I was very skeptical about anything resembling an electric top (in my eyes anyway). As we didn't have gas hook ups in our new place, i was bracing for non-performance. But as i watched a pot of water get to boiling in such a short time, i became a fan. Induction is amazing! Not only did it get to boiling quickly, you could visibly and almost instantly see the water react to any changes to the level controls. I am a bit daunted by the many care instructions. While I intend to care for my cooktop, I hope the warnings are merely extreme precautions and that standard common sense will do well enough for the life span of the cooktop.
Date de publication: 2013-06-27
Rated 5 de 5 de par Glad we bought the cooktop When shopping to replace our failed Jenn air cooktop, we were considering all of the leading brands-- GE, Bosch, Jenn air, and Kenmore. I read the reviews of many models within these brands, and found reviewers complaining of problems for all these brands. The leading problem was cookware compatibility. I went to cookware sites like WS, and read what readers shared regarding compatibility of various brands. I saw the fewest issues with kitchen aid. I was a little leery about buying another kitchen aid appliance, given the bad luck I had with one of their refrigerators. We've had the cooktop for a few months now and are very happy.
Date de publication: 2017-01-04
Rated 1 de 5 de par Second Thoughts Thinking of buying a Whirlpool branded (Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air) induction cooktops – or any Whirlpool appliance for that matter? Before you do, read about our experience with KitchenAid. Our brand new induction cooktop will be out of service for a month. KitchenAid Induction Cooktop Model #KICU509XSS-00; Serial #XP42511052 9/23/14 – Installed. We instantly prefer induction cooking to our old electric cooktop. 10/10/14 – Our new KitchenAid induction cooktop failed on Friday night as pasta was boiling on the 11” burner. Understandably, KitchenAid customer service was not available until Monday morning. 10/13/14 – On Monday morning KitchenAid gave me the names of two warranty service companies in our area. The first company declined to service KitchenAid induction cooktops. The second company, Authorized Appliance, scheduled an appointment. 10/16/14 – Authorized Appliance, disassembled and tested the cooktop, and then called KitchenAid. KitchenAid’s tech support rep, Dave, advised the Authorized Appliance repair person that the main power board was defective. The part was ordered. 10/21/14 – Authorized Appliance returned to install the new main power board. The cooktop did not function after the new power board was installed. Authorized Appliance called KitchenAid tech support to report that the replacement power board did not resolve the problem. KitchenAid techs Bob and Rob advised that the two controller boards would then need to be replaced. The parts were ordered. 10/23/14 – Authorized Appliance called to advise that the two controller boards were not stocked by KitchenAid parts distributors and could take ten days or more to arrive. 10/23/14 – I called KitchenAid and spoke to Tory at Benton Harbor. I explained that our four-week old induction cooktop had already been out of service for two weeks and we faced the prospect of two more weeks without it. Tori looked up the required parts and confirmed that they were non-stock parts and would take 7-10 days to ship. I suggested that it was unreasonable for KitchenAid to expect us to be without a cooktop for a month and that KitchenAid should immediately replace it. Tori was sympathetic with our problem, but was not empowered to help. She transferred me to her supervisor, James Kuhn. Mr. Kuhn advised that replacing the defective cooktop was not an option, despite the unavailability of parts. I inquired whether Mr. Kuhn thought it was reasonable customer service for a brand new cooktop to be out of service for a month. Mr. Kuhn agreed that it was not necessarily reasonable customer service. However, he explained that only the ‘engineers’ could authorize replacement of a cooktop. Mr. Kuhn further explained that the engineers would not authorize a replacement until all repair options were exhausted, regardless of how long the cooktop was out of service. I requested to speak to either Mr. Kuhn’s supervisor or a KitchenAid senior engineer. Mr. Kuhn denied my request, explaining that KitchenAid customers were not allowed to speak to engineers or senior managers!! Now we wait, and wait, and wait.
Date de publication: 2014-10-28
Rated 5 de 5 de par Fast heating and fine heat control We have had the induction cooktop for about 5 months and have been super pleased with it. Easy cleanup - nothing gets cooked onto the surface as with a traditional resistance element. VERY fast to heat the contents of a pan and the heat control is predictable, instant and very fine grained. Easy to use, love the "simmer" feature. Make sure you obtain the glue for mounting the install rails to a solid surface countertop, it isn't included with the cooktop. Fairly easy to install but you need to pay attention to get the height right so the cooktop is supported by the rails underneath and NOT by the glass.
Date de publication: 2014-12-02
Rated 5 de 5 de par Love this Cooktop I have had this cooktop for 1 year. Induction is the way to go! Everyone should have this product.
Date de publication: 2012-11-18
Rated 5 de 5 de par The Most Amazing Cooktop I had never before used an induction cooktop. After reading a review in Consumer Reports I discovered that the most efficient cooktops were "induction." I was going to get a gas cooktop before I read the article. Gas is the most inefficient cook top. We have just moved into a home built in 1962 that had its original appliances, so we had to replace them. I chose Kitchenaid because of its good reputation. This cooktop is amazing. I can heat a pot of tea in only 3 minutes. As soon as I turn the "burner" off the kettle stops singing. Everything cooks faster with induction. Also, I seem to have better control with the heat. You can even heat milk or chocolate without scorching. Amazing! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date de publication: 2019-10-29
Rated 5 de 5 de par A novel cooking experience! This purchase was part of a kitchen re-model which included all new appliances; I am very pleased with this series. Its clean lines, efficiency, and performance complement all the other pieces. Induction cooking is new to me and the learning curve continues but that's because I used traditional electric stoves for over 40 years. The power boost feature is impressive! The cooktop is easy to clean and the temperatures seem to run true, though after two months I'm still working on matching the numbers with the amount of heat that the induction process creates when compared to using a traditional electric stove.
Date de publication: 2014-05-01
Rated 3 de 5 de par BURNER SIZES I BOUGHT THIS MODEL BECAUSE OF THE TWO 7" ELEMENTS BEING ABLE TO BRIDGE. NOT KNOWING YOU CANT FIND A GRIDDLE THAT WILL FIT. THEY ARE EITHER TO LARGE 0R TO SMALL. THE ELEMENT SIZES ALSO ARE NOT SIZED AROUND STANDARD INDUCTION COOKWARE. THE SALES MEN ARE NOT TRAINED TO BE AWARE OF THIS. I THINK THE BETTER OF THE TWO 30" INDUCTION COOK TOPS WOULD HAVE BEEN THE MODEL THAT DOES NOT BRIDGE AND HAS A WIDER RANGE OF ELEMENT SIZES. I AM GOING TO SEE IF KITCHEN AID WILL EXCHANGE MY UNIT. IF NOT I WILL TAKE THE LOSE AND PURCHASE FROM A DIFFERENT COMPANY. BEING A RESTAURANT OWNER I EXPECT PERFECTION IN MY COOKING.
Date de publication: 2016-08-27
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