They heat quickly
Because induction cooktops directly heat cookware, they are an efficient option. The pan heats quickly, and because the cooktop doesn’t lose as much heat to the surrounding air or surface, it helps the kitchen stay cool and comfortable.
They’re responsive and react quickly to temperature changes
Induction cooktops cut out the step of heating up the element before heating the cookware, so they react quickly to changes in temperature. For example, a precise induction cooker or cooktop will transition more quickly from a roiling boil to a gentle simmer, or vice versa.
They’re easy to clean
While the cookware will still transfer some heat into the cooking surface of the cooktop, they tend to stay relatively cool compared to an electric radiant cooktop. That cooler surface can help to reduce baked on spills or burnt on grease, so your cooktop stays clean. Always allow the cooktop to cool completely before cleaning.