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Old 02-15-2015, 05:42 PM   #11
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Except that the OP was quite specific about not wanting induction. He may have several pots that can't be used on one.

I certainly don't care for the idea myself, but I'm a confirmed gas cook. I like that I can still use the top of the range even if the power is out (just have to light the burner with a match). It came in very handy when we lived in the Bahamas, where electrical power is still inconsistent at best.
Oops. Missed that last couple of words - no induction. Sorry about that.

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I just replaced my DACOR dual fuel with a new one. It's 15 years old and never missed a beat. So I bought another DACOR. I looked at induction, but there were a surprising number of use limitations.

I did however, play it safe and purchased an extended warranty. Full coverage for 5 years.

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