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Topic # 225874 9-Dec-2017 08:42
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Bought 15th Oct 2017 on a whim, used once, has remainder of 4 year warranty with Harvey Norman, looking for $100 for it, has original packaging and documentation. Prefer pickup Penrose, Auckland or will split the shipping with you.

 


Philips Viva Collection - Induction cooker - Sensor Touch 2100 W

 

Adds life to your meals - fast heating seals in nutrition

 

Nutrition is essential to good health. Philips induction cooker shortens the cooking time by 1/3 and so better seals nutrients into the food. The induction cooker comes with a variety of cooking programs for healthy eating.

 

Induction cooking seals nutrition into food

 

Fast cooking better seals nutrition into food

 

2100W high power for faster cooking

 

Ideal for cooking a variety of healthy dishes

 

Cooking time settings

 

User-friendly 24-hour preset function
Advanced panel design gives intuitive cooking
Sensitive sensor touch operational panel
Easy to read digital display
Full glass panel
Very safe to operate
Extra safe automatic off function
Cooking time settings
1 to 120 mins cooking time settings.
2100W high power
Fast cooking with high power (2100w) to instantly seal nutrition
Easy-to-control
Sensitive sensor touch operational panel
sA diameter of heated surface: Approx. 18cm

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1915593 9-Dec-2017 10:07
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Does this need a higher Amp Power point?

 

 




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  Reply # 1915599 9-Dec-2017 10:24
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networkn:

 

Does this need a higher Amp Power point?

 

 

 

 

 

 

I can't recall sorry, I am asking Philips to confirm, I will also test it for you if you wish?

 

According to some research thus far it looks like it will be fine on a standard plug as long as you don't share the plug with anything else.

 

Technical specifications
• Voltage: 220 V
• Cord length: 1.2 m
• Frequency: 50 Hz
• Power: 2100 W

 

Philips say 9.54Amps so yeah should work on a standard outlet given nothing else is connected.

 

 

 

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