The 5 Best Induction Cooktops Available in Nepal

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The popularity of induction cooktops has skyrocketed in recent days. This has come about as the CEO of Nepal Electricity Authority, Mr. Kulman Ghising has started a new campaign to promote electric cooking in Nepalese households. This campaign has been brought to light in an attempt to transition the nation into energy independence and make use of green energy. This campaign was also promoted by the current prime minister of Nepal, Mr. Sher Bahadur Deuba.

As its popularity soars, many people are looking for the best induction cooktops that are currently available in the market. We understand that our readers might have some difficulties in choosing the best induction cooktops for them as it is a fairly new concept for Nepalese households. But, don’t worry, we have got you covered. Here we present the best induction cooktops currently available in Nepal according to our research.

1. Philips Viva Collection HD4928 01 2100-Watt Induction Cooktop

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Powered by a 2,100-watt motor, Philips HD4928 is based on electromagnetic induction technology. This cooktop delivers high heating efficiency, ensuring that your food is cooked with less energy consumption and at a faster rate. Not only does it come with a feather-touch panel but also has a 0 to 3-hour timer that works well with a wide range of dishes. This Philips induction cooktop is perfect for Nepalese households with 6 preset menus and a high-quality glass panel.

2. Crompton Insta serve 2000 induction cooktop

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Crompton is one of the rising electric appliance brands in the country. The Crompton Insta serve 2000 induction cooktop could be a good choice for your home as it heats up efficiently while consuming less energy. Marked at 2000 watts, this induction cooktop weighs 2 kg 340 g and has a dimension of 30 x 20 x 13 Centimeters. It can be easily found in the market at the approximate price of Rs. 5000.

3. Prestige PIC 16.0+ 1900-Watt Induction Cooktop

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This Prestige induction cooktop is powered by a 1,900-watt motor and comes with an intelligent computer control procedure that automatically manages the power consumption based on the menu selected. It has a feather-touch control panel and supports different local menus. This Prestige induction cooktop is a high-performance and featured-packed option that is a perfect fit for Nepali kitchens.

4. Pigeon by Stovekraft Cruise 1800-Watt Induction Cooktop

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Among all the induction cooktops we have mentioned, this comes as the best budget-friendly induction cooktop. Although the features and efficiency are not as brilliant as the previously mentioned ones, this does the perfect job for decent use for a family kitchen. This Pigeon cooktop comes with an 1800-watt motor and an elegant design. It has dual heat sensors that help in faster cooking. Its feather-touch panel is user-friendly and includes one-touch access to 7 different local menus.

5. Baltra Electric Infrared Induction Cooktop 2000W BIC 121 Sensible

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Baltra Electric Infrared Indiction Cooktop BIC 121 Sensible is powered by a 2000W motor which provides steady heat for easy cooking at home. This induction cooktop is suitable for all metallic and non-metallic cookware. Some of the features that are available in this stove are a digital display, automatic power-off, adjustable power control as per the cooking needs, shockproof body, and feather-touch button operation. Besides this, it is eco-friendly and radiation-free. It also comes with a 1-year warranty and costs around Rs. 4500 in the market.

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Currently a final year student at Islington College, Dipesh Duwal is a passionate and quick learner who wishes to learn something new every day. When not writing, he is busy reviving his life energy through books.

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