Cuisinart ICT-60 Exhaust-Free Double Induction Cooktop

Last updated: March 6, 2023


This induction cooktop heats up quickly. It features eight settings on the left burner and five settings on the right burner. The cooktop turns off automatically after 30 seconds when pot is removed.

We looked at the top Induction Cooktops and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Induction Cooktop you should buy.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This induction cooktop offers fast performance.

In our analysis of 36 expert reviews, the Cuisinart ICT-60 Exhaust-Free Double Induction Cooktop placed 5th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Induction technology for fast heat-up and consistent heat throughout cooking. Must use with induction-ready cookware. Dual heat settings: 8 settings on the left burner, 5 settings on the right burner. Dimensions: LWH: 14.25″ x 23.5″ x 2.5″. Individual 150-minute timers and ON/OFF switches for each burner. Heat turns off 30 seconds after pot or pan is removed.UC Cubic Feet: 1.38.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

Individual controls for each burner. Warms or cooks as needed. Includes safety shutoff.
This dual-burner cooktop heats quickly with minimal energy consumption and promises even heating on your pots and pans.
An excellent portable unit by a top brand in kitchen products.
Double burners. Independent heat settings. Attractive design. Simple to use. Easy to clean.
Easy to install and use. Multiple heat settings from low to high and low to moderate. Double burner makes cooking faster and easier.
Burners are a different size. The Control panel is not complicated. The cooktop cools down quickly. The unit turns off when the cooking vessel is removed.

What reviewers didn't like

Takes up more counter space.
It doesn't have as many heat settings as other models.
Expensive, 8 heat settings on one burner, 5 on the other; not as much variation as competing units.
Slower to heat. Plastic encasing is problematic.
It is expensive. It might not be portable enough for some locations.
The highest power is 1200W. No settings lock. Heat readings only show power level.
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