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“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”

A.C. Clark’s Third Law.

Induction top stoves, at any point in human history, would probably have seemed like pure magic.

I mean, using electromagnetism in your home, to heat a pot—without heating a cooking surface—seems like science fiction even as you watch it being done. Imagine being able to rest your cheek on the same surface that was presently producing boiling water.

The mind reels and even balks at that kind of conflicting data. Nonetheless, it’s possible, it’s here, it’s efficient, and in many ways, it’s safer and more reliable. With induction you don’t have to worry about a little one putting their hand on a hot burner—I mean me. I am the little one. That hurts a lot and takes far too long to heal.

With those old range top coils, your cooking is subjected to an uneven distribution of heat. With induction, you get the same results every time.

And since the surface isn’t hot, you can clean up any spill or mess immediately, before it has time to set—or worse, bake—into the cooking surface.

Since electromagnetic induction tops require cookware made from or containing ferrous metals. Cast iron, steel, etc. If a magnet sticks to your pan, it will likely work. But the wrong surfaces can mar your induction top.

If you’re looking for the best set for your new induction cook surface than the Duxtop Whole-clad tri-ply stainless steel induction ready premium cookware 10-pc set has you and your needs covered like a lid on a pot.

Pros of Induction Cooking

  • The cooking surface stays cool. Making this the safest cooktop for anyone, especially those with small children in the house.
  • It’s more energy-efficient than both gas and electric stovetops.
  • Foods heat more quickly, water boils in ~4 minutes!
  • An induction cooktop is much more responsive to changes in temperature control. Great for gourmet recipes or any sort of delicate dish.

Why Stainless Steel?

Stainless steel is light enough not to damage your delicate glass top stove. Also, it’s durable, easy to clean, and food safe.

Stainless steel is suitable for all cooktops, however, not all stainless steel will work on induction. This is because not all stainless steel is created equal. Some are blends, and if the steel has a higher nickel content it will block the magnetic field of your induction stove.

The Duxtop’s whole-clad tri-ply blend sandwiches a thick aluminum core between two layers of magnetic stainless steel. Making it induction-ready, with perfectly flat bottoms that will make flawless contact with your cooktop and heat food evenly.

What all is included in this cookware set?

  • One 10-inch frying pan
  • One 8-inch frying pan
  • One 3-quart saute pan with lid and handle helper
  • One 1.6-quart covered saucepan
  • One 3-quart covered saucepan
  • One 6.5-quart saucepot with cover

Tying It All Together

The high polished stainless steel finish leaves you with nearly limitless options as far as style goes. It fits flawlessly in any modern, minimalist, or futurist kitchen. And if your style and warmth are more eclectic, the mirror finish will just reflect all of your love right back at you.

Built like a tank this set is perfect for novices or kitchen titans, and everyone in between. Rated for up to 550 degrees Fahrenheit, and also for deep-freeze food storage, Duxtop wasn’t just playing around when they provided a lifetime warranty. They’re committed to making high-quality products and this cookware set is no exception.

It’s a great set that works on any stovetop, so whether you have an induction cooktop now, or intend to get one later, the Duxtop Whole-Clad set will work great for you.

If you’d like to consider other options, click here .