The Best Double Induction Cooktops of 2022

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Last updated on March 27, 2022


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Induction cooking is very efficient. With the use of this technology, your food will cook faster, more evenly, and these appliances use less energy.

Induction cooking is most often enjoyed on a cooktop. It also offers easy clean-up and is safer to use than electric or gas stoves.

Buy one to replace your stovetop or for extra cooking space.

Let's take a look what's hot on the market...

The 3 Categories of Double Induction


1) Portable Double Induction Cooktop (110v)

You can cook anywhere with a portable double induction cooktop. It is a handy appliance for a variety of cooking needs.

This includes preparing food in a dorm room or hosting a cookout in your backyard.

Outdoorsmen, like fishermen and campers, will appreciate the convenience of this appliance.


  • Can be plugged into a standard electrical outlet
  • Double burners for cooking entire meals


  • Only 110v so when you are using both burners, they won't operate at their maximum power
  • Can only use with small to medium-sized pans


2) Portable Double Induction Cooktop (220v)

You'll get extra power and cooking ability with a portable double induction cooktop that has 220 voltage.

Higher voltage often means more watts. With more watts, you can cook food faster,


  • Faster cooking
  • More temperature controls


  • Cannot use with a standard electrical outlet
  • More expensive
  • 220v double induction cooktops are hard to find


3) Built-in (drop-in) Double Induction Cooktop (220v)

Build your dream kitchen with a double induction cooktop. It's a good option if you want to cook using induction technology regularly in your home.

Because it is built-in, it won't take up any counter space but becomes part of your kitchen design and can add value to your home.

However, this means that it is not portable.


  • Becomes a permanent part of your kitchen
  • Makes a great second cooktop
  • Great for small kitchen counters
  • Stylish glass or ceramic top


  • Cannot transport
  • Might need hard wiring


Consider Before You Buy


- Portable or Stationary?

A portable double induction cooktop can be taken on-the-go. It is the best choice when you want to regularly take your cooktop along with you.

A stationary cooktop stays in place and makes it easy to cook using induction technology on a daily basis.

- 110V or 220V?

A 110v double induction cooktop will suffice for most. However, if you need to cook more and/or faster, the 220v might be best.

Remember, if you buy the 220v, you might have to have some electrical work done. They are also hard to find and therefore are much more pricey.

- Burner Size?

Most portable double induction cooktops can only hold small to medium pots and pans. However, there are a few that can accommodate oversized pans.

- Safety Auto Power Off?

For safety, most induction cooktops have an auto-shutoff and child safety lock feature. Some also provide overheating protection.

- Other Features?

  • Sensor touches
  • Cooking timer
  • Multiple temperature settings
  • Easy-clean surface

Best Portable Double Induction Cooktops (110V)

1) Duxtop 1800W LCD Portable Double Induction Cooktop (9620LS/BT-350DZ)


This portable double induction cooktop is top on our list because of its ease of use.

It is equipped with an LCD screen for easy viewing and a sensor touch control panel. 

At less than 13 pounds, you can carry it to your campsite with no problem.


Dimensions: 4" x 17.1" x 25"
Burner Sizes: Small/medium
Weight: 12.8 pounds
Watts: 1800


  • LCD screen and sensor touch
  • Glass surface
  • Overheat protection
  • Child safety lock
  • Multiple power and temperature settings


  • Lightweight and easy to store
  • Price
  • Easy to use


  • Has a buzzing sound
  • When trying to use both burners, it doesn't heat up as much
  • Doesn't get hot enough for frying

2) NUWAVE PIC 1800 Watt Portable Double Induction Cooktop


We selected this portable double induction cooktop because of its high-tech design and cooking flexibility.

Unlike other models, when cooking, you can adjust the temperature, up or down, in 5-degree increments.

This lets you sauté, fry or sear with ease.


Dimensions: 12.25" x 12.5" x 2.75"
Burner Sizes: 8-inch cooking surface
Weight: 12 Pounds
Watts: 1800


  • Ceramic cooktop
  • Precise temperature control
  • Automatic shutoff
  • Delay function


  • Capable of high heat
  • Space-saving design
  • Light enough for anyone to carry


  • A learning curve for using
  • Difficulty getting hot enough for frying

3) COOKTRON 1800 Watt Double Induction Cooktop Burner


The COOKTRON 1800 watt double induction cooktop burner was selected because of how fast it cooks.

It has 9 power levels and 10 temperature settings for cooking all types of foods.


Dimensions: 23.23" X 15.20" X 2.52"
Burner Sizes: Small to medium-size pans
Weight: 12.72 pounds
Watts: 1800


  • Various power levels and temperature settings
  • Overheat protection
  • Child safety lock
  • Sensor touch
  • Cooking timer



  • Only suitable for use with cast iron, enamel and stainless steel pots and pans
  • A little noisy
  • Can't get both burners to get high heat at the same time

Best Portable Induction  Cooktops (220V)

4) Avantco 3100 Watt Drop-In / Countertop Double Induction Range (WILL NOT WORK WITH 110V HOUSEHOLD PLUG SOCKET)


If you like to show off your culinary skills while you're on the road, this is the portable induction cooktop for you.

It is also powerful enough to use as a commercial cooktop for your catering or restaurant business.


Dimensions: Width 11 + 27/64 Inches, Depth 20 + 15/32 Inches, Height 3 + 3/16 Inches
Burner Sizes: Cooking surface diameter 4 3/4"-10 1/4"
Weight: 65 pounds
Watts: 3100


  • Timer
  • Touchscreen controls
  • Overheating protection
  • Black surface


  • Multiple power levels
  • Sleek design
  • Large cooking surface


  • Cannot use a standard electrical outlet. Will have to have electrical work done to accommodate

5) Avantco 3600W Stainless Steel Double Countertop Induction Range / Cooker (IC35DB)((WILL NOT WORK WITH 110V HOUSEHOLD PLUG SOCKET)


Compact and lightweight, this double countertop induction range makes transferring it easy.

It has lots of power and is able to cook a couple of dishes at once. With multiple power levels, you can cook all of your favorite foods on this range.


Dimensions: Width: 29 + 33/64", Depth: 16 + 15/16", Height: 5 + 23/32"
Burner Sizes: Can handle pots from 4 + 3/4" to 10 + 1/4"
Weight: 110 pounds
Watts: 3600


  • Adjustable, digital timer
  • Stainless steel body
  • Automatic shut-off


  • Variety of heating temperatures for simmering to boiling
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Each burner is 1800 watts


  • Will need to have electrical work done as it cannot work with a household plug socket

Best Built-In Double Induction Cooktops (220V)

6) Karinear 3500 Watt 12 Inch Drop in Induction Cooktop 2 Burner Drop In Electric (HARD WIRED, NO PLUG)


The Karinear 3500 Watt 12-inch Drop-In Induction Cooktop has a modern and luxurious look that will enhance your kitchen's decor.

Highly functional, it has several high-tech features that will make food preparation fast, efficient and easy.


Dimensions: Built-in Size(mm) (W*D*H): 270*490mm
Burner Sizes: 12"
Weight: Built-in
Watts: 3500


  • Ceramic Glass
  • Heat warning
  • Child-safety lock
  • Boost function for faster cooking
  • Pause feature


  • Multiple power settings
  • Child-safety lock
  • Lots of cooking space


  • Cannot work with all cookware
  • Needs to be hard-wired

7) Bridge 21" 240V 3500 Watts (combined) Double Induction Cooktop


You will get high heat very quickly with this double induction cooktop. It provides exceptional performance with lots of cooking space.


Dimensions: 2" H x 21" W x 12" D
Burner size: 8"
Weight: 12 pounds
Watts: 3500


  • Hot surface warning light
  • Black glass
  • Auto shut-off


  • Has cooking boost mode
  • Light-touch control
  • Precise temperature control


  • Can't use a regular electrical outlet
  • More expensive

How Does Induction Cooking Work?

In lieu of gas or electricity, induction cooking uses magnetic induction to heat your pot or pan. With this type of heating, the burner gets hot faster and the heat distributes more consistently.


Note that with certain induction cooktops, you'll have to cook with specific types of pans, like cast iron or stainless steel.

Overall, however, you'll find many benefits to cooking using induction technology.

We hope this article was helpful in answering all your questions about double induction cooktops, and that you've found just what you were looking for.

Feel free to reach out with any further questions...we are here to help. 


Founder of Robust Kitchen 

About the author, Michael

Michael spends his days eating, drinking and studying the fascinating world of food. He received his Bachelors Degree in Food Science and Technology at the University of California, Davis and spent much of his time at the school brewery. While school proved to be an invaluable experience, his true passion lies in exposing the hidden crannies of food for the cooking laymen.