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Cooking is one of the most fundamental joys of life. Mothers cooking for their children, chefs creating culinary masterpieces and for some people, cooking a hot, piping plate of instant noodles after a long day of work, are comforts that sooth the soul. Food is not just about sustenance, but also creativity, talent and sentimental attachments.

We all have our favourite dishes from childhood that no matter how hard we try, we just can’t bring back the same taste. Such is the power of emotional reactions a good dish can invoke. But what exactly makes a good dish? Is it the recipe? Or the ingredients? Or the art of the cooking maestro?

Well, of course all of those things count a lot into making a dish memorable. But the most and often overlooked element of cooking is the burner or the stovetop. You need to be in absolute control over how much heat you are providing your dish at every step of the way.

Gone are the days when people relied solely on gas-run stoves and had to have a steady connection of LPG to cook. In the past decade or so, induction stoves have made a dominating place when it comes to the culinary market tools. Lastman’s Bad Boy has the widest range of single, double and multi- tops for induction stoves, which are safer, cheaper, faster and easier to use than traditional gas-run stovetops.

But what exactly should you keep in mind while looking for an ideal fit?

Let’s check in.

  1. Number of cook-tops

Plenty of induction stove models come with a single, dual or multiple tops. If you already own a gas stove top, you might not need the multi-stove induction. If you wish to rely solely on electrical cooking, our advice would be to go for our multi-stove variety.

  1. The ease of control

With things going digital, pretty fast, in almost every sphere of living, it might prove to be a little tricky to get the hang of the digital settings and switches. Go for one that isn’t too complicated to use by people of any ages.

  1. The amount of power it uses

Power consumption is one of the things that most of the manufacturers keep in mind while deciding the output of the appliances. Go for low energy-consuming induction stoves as they are lighter on the pocket and are easily available.

  1. The time element

Even though induction stoves take far less time to cook your food than the traditional gas setup, the knobs and timings will take some time to get used to. Factor in the time it would take for you to learn the features and use them properly.

  1. Longevity

Electrical appliances can work for you for years on end, if you know how to take proper care of them. Read up on the maintenance and the warranty period of the induction stove before purchasing it.

Your ideal induction stove has to be your partner in the kitchen, lending its services in elevating your dish’s flavour and aroma, making your cooking experience comfortable and breezy. Our versatile range of induction stoves deliver squarely on that promise!

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