On the surface, induction cooktops share a similar look to glass top electric ones, however an induction cooktop uses electromagnetic waves to heat cookware, essentially turning your pots and pans into their own heat source for efficient cooking.
Induction cooktops work by producing an electromagnetic field that creates energy around their glass surface. The energy created heats the base of the cookware that's positioned correctly on the cooktop. Cooking with induction makes mealtime easier with quicker heat, precise control, and easy clean up.
For many years, ‘cooking with gas’ was the only choice for anyone serious about cooking – not anymore. Now with induction a viable option, you have more choice than ever. While we think both are amazing, one technology may suit you more than the other depending on your cooking style and preferences.