The new Frigidaire cooktop, available in 36" and 30" widths starting this December, comes with stylish black ceramic glass, nicely accented by stainless steel panels. These induction hybrid cooktops offer 2 induction zones and up to 3 electric elements for the utmost cooking flexibility. The 30" wide cooktop has two left-side 7" electric elements 1.8 kW each, and two right-side induction zones with power boost - 10" front 2.5 / 3.4 kW and 6" rear 1.5 / 1.9 kW. The 36" wide Frigidaire cooktop adds center 6" electric element with 1.2 kW output.
The right-side Pro-Select control knobs with Hot Surface indicator lights provide precise temperature control and are easy to operate, durable and stylish.
Other notable features of these Frigidaire cooktops include Keep Warm zone and flexible SpaceWise bridge element to combine 2 burners into one to fit larger cookware. Expected suggested price is $1,600 for 36" wide FPCC3685KS Frigidaire cooktop, while 30" wide FPCC3085KS hybrid is currently planned at $1,400. Frigidaire.
Posted in Cooktops at October 21, 2009 12:02 PM
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