Originally Posted by Robo410
Lots of folks like the disc bottom. I prefer the thick sides of bimetal or triply, but that is much more expensive. I'm not sure those disc bottoms will work with induction, you need magnetic metal, and much stainless is not magnetic, aluminum certainly isn't. Check with the manufacturer, and also check with a magnet!
As far as cooktops go, many with induction think they are the greatest. I'm getting pro style dual fuel in a few weeks, but I will also pick up a single induction plate for the odd use about the kitchen.
According to the manufacturer (box) it is supposed to work with Induction stoves. Right now it is a toss up between gas and induction. The up front cost is about the same, maybe a little more for the gas stove because I have to have the gas line install also.
Cleaning the Induction top is going to be easier
Gas is more well known (less to break)
Induction might be safer in a home environment ???
Glass top can/will scratch
Gas is not limited to certain cookware
We are furnishing our kitchen so we can avoid stuff that does not with Induction.
So you can see the delema :)