Frigidaire FGIC3067MB 30″ Induction Cooktop, Black

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400 Watts Element
Power Assist Function

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Color:Black

30 Inch Induction Cooktop with 4 Heating Elements, 10 Inch – 3,400 Watts Element, Power Assist Function, Hot Surface Indicators and Express-Select Controls.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Still in "honeymoon" phase, but very pleased so far! (update 1 yr. later & still loving it) |

    I thought I would write a little (well, not so little) about MY experience & costs since so few remarks or comments have been found here about this brand and model. I actually have the identical model but WITH two stainless steel bars along the right and left sides - Model FPIC 3095MS. I've had it for about 10 days now. Had to convert to 220 V., of course - that was about $650 cost with my DH helping the electrician feed wires to the panel, through our wall and ceiling from the kitchen, through the garage ceiling and down to the panel outside - about 45 feet (Calif. charges - but really had to negotiate! - got estimates from $1200 to $800). I had a gas cooktop prior. I am an avid and serious cook and research to death anything I'm considering. I was wavering bet. the 30" Bosch and this 30" Frigidaire. Was even debating about finding a hybrid - half gas/half induction, even importing one from Europe. But, fellow cooks convinced me to take the plunge ... and I am DELIGHTED!! In addition, I did find here one other buyer having the same one who was kind enough to allow me to call her about her usage and she was wonderful in answering all my questions! Yes, had to give away about 20 pots and pans but was able to keep a few. The first week was a real learning curve for me (less so now, but still have room to learn more). Every water item I boiled from full tea kettle to 3/4 full pot managed to boil over vociferously and so quickly, I learned to NOT EVER make a run to the ladies room!!! Twice the top shut off when the water spilled all over the controls area - apparently it's quite sensitive (are they all like that?) - the book DOES warn about it. It shouldn't happen again. And it even went into control lock, but not sure if *I* caused that or the spilled water did. Took a few min. before it would release but I think it was due to opr. error. I truly love this top. I picked it due to four main factors: price was $1K less than the Bosch ({I pd. just less than $1K} so, no timers on the burners, which I knew I wouldn't really use) and true, there's no 'official' bridge (but I had confirmed I could still bridge bet. two burners on the Frig. without issues but no heat in between - fine for me - I only bridge two burners when making sauces or gravies, which I'm always stirring and moving around anyway); the depth of this still allowed me to keep my 30" wide utensil drawer directly below it, which was VITAL - (some units are deeper and would have prevented that); the largest - and front - burner is very "forgiving" and will cook with pans most any size (some brands require very precise & exact pan sizes) - I've used from 6" to 10" sized pans on that largest burner without issues; and, its overall look and burner placements. I have no regrets whatsoever. It cooks beautifully and so responsively, from "keep warm" to full-blast power (1500W to 3400W - on high power). I am absolutely loving induction cooking and also will already say I much prefer it over gas and wouldn't want to go back. I kept going to numerous websites and forums to confirm serious cooks' continued love of switching to induction - that was my biggest fear (regretting same). But nope - I am soooo glad I did. Things just in general cook faster and more evenly; I can go from full power to instant low in one second - the full roiling boil stops instantly. This has the up/down arrows with about 17-18 different heat levels, i.e. - 1 then 1.5, 2 then 2.5, etc. - the last three levels 7-8-9 are in whole increments, plus full blast power, of course - only used to bring liquids to a very fast boil - then you reduce your heat. Some cooks mentioned that they only want the sliding bar controls, not the up/down type. But, for me: it's so fast & responsive when I change to a diff. power level that I honestly don't think it's any faster than the slide bar and I like that my cooktop looks less cluttered without having the long sliding bar a few others have. I'd say it takes me 2 or so seconds to change from a very high pwr. to a very low, especially bec. I don't have to count all the way down from, say a 9 power to a 2. If I was at 9 level, I'd then hit the down arrow which instantly brings me to level 1 and then just go up. By holding my finger down on the arrows, it very rapidly (split seconds) raises or lower the levels; it would prob. be just as fast to hold my finger over the down arrow to reach level 2 just as quickly - it's that fast. You can only have TWO burners on full power/burst at one time - it shares the power so that's why - and is quite common, except for a few. But, can't imagine ever needing more than two pots to bring to a full, roiling boil at the same time - unless you're delivering a friend's baby, I guess. (Sorta like "Gone with the Wind" perhaps?) My one observation of a critique: I'm using, as I knew I would, mainly the largest burner on the right in the front - my preference for locale. The leading perimeter edge facing the center of the cooktop seems to be heating at a slightly hotter temp. than the rest of the burner. I notice food gets browner first and slightly more quickly along that far edge. I made Swedish Pancakes today and it was noticeable. I will call for service this coming week - it's modest but I'd like it remedied, though nothing I couldn't live with. FYI - from my research, using the Windex product called "Crystal Rain" (clear lavender in color) cleans the top beautifully - I'm VERY pleased with it. Spray and use a paper towel and the top glistens. I love the smooth, glossy look of this top, no handles, has stainless steel frame on two sides, takes seconds to clean instead of 20-25 min. to clean my former stainless gas top and the counter just looks so "neat and tidy" now. Please don't hesitate to ask me any questions. I'm clearly in my 'honeymoon' phase and will definitely update this down the line if anything crops up worthy of mention. Updated notes: It's now 4 months of usage and I'm still very pleased! I've a mixture of brands of pans that I have bought and I MUST tell you that my VERY favorite brands have been the Ikea ones!! - which are probably the least expensive. There is just something that I really like with those. The two I have are a 2 qt. and maybe a 5 qt. pan that my son gave to me (these are approx. two years old) from his stash. Undoubtedly my favorites. There's just something about their weight and cooking capability that I like very much and the clean-up of these particular pans is just very easy and I don't encounter any sticking of food. They are solid stainless, not non-stick. I HAVE noticed, as I originally mentioned, that upon initial heat-up of a burner, that a certain small section of a burner seems to initially heat up much quicker than the rest of the burner, but within 2-3 min. or so, or less, it has evened out. I.E. - if I'm boiling water, I'll notice that 25%, say, of the burner is producing the bubbles more quickly than the rest of the burner but suddenly there's a perfect circle of bubbles. Also want to add that when using the Windex Crystal Rain, after cleaning the top with it, there IS a bit of a film. But, rubbing the top with a dry section of the paper towel or a tea towel immediately removes that "residue" and it's like shiny, black glass again. Seeing the minute splatter of anything (I'm a bit OCD, can you tell?, lol) across the top when doing ANY cooking just reminds me of how much splatter any cooking produced on my previous, traditional gas cooktop that I didn't even notice before. You have NO idea how dirty your current cooktop or stove top IS until you see what happens when you just fry an egg or some such little thing on this - OY! - had no idea how much food splatters across the top. I so love the easiness of cleaning this. In seconds, I'm DONE!!! Update after 13 mos. of use: Still VERY happy with no complaints. The speed when bringing liquids to a boil, the evenness of the cooking surfaces within the pan, the easier clean-up of pots and pans for some reason and ESPECIALLY the ease of cleaning the "glass" top within seconds is such a pleasure. Love this!
  2. 4 out of 5

    Not sure if there's an issue with the stove or ... |

    Not sure if there's an issue with the stove or if the large element does not have the power of the smaller ones. We already had a service tech out to look at it and are thinking of calling him out again.
  3. 4 out of 5

    Love Induction Cooking |

    So far, really good! This is replacing a 50/50 electric/induction cooktop I bought around 10 years ago when I wasn't sure about induction but liked the idea. I liked it so much that in all those years, I used the regular electric side only a handful of times. When one of the induction burners went out, even though the electric was perfect and barely used, I opted to go all induction. This is really a great cooktop. Love it, will never go back!
  4. 4 out of 5

    Frigidaire FGIC3067MB 30" Induction Cooktop |

    I absolutely love it! The top works as expected, and is easy to install. What else is there?
  5. 4 out of 5

    Priced right, performs well |

    Replaced an Electrolux that fell victim to a power surge. Great cooktop at a good price.
  6. 4 out of 5

    #NAME? |

    Pro: - Good wattage. - Good price for performance. Cons: Compared to previous ones (other brands) I've owned: -Too sensitive to the weight of the pot or pan. If it's too light it wont detect it. If it stops detecting the pot for a short time it'll stop retrying and stop working. It's sometimes frustrating. - I think circular markings are better to position the pots. -The glass is grease friendly. - Controls are not easier than others.
  7. 4 out of 5

    Easy to clean |

    This cooktop gets hot fast, really fast. Easy to clean. I'm sold on induction cooking.
  8. 4 out of 5

    Installation was a breeze and it works perfectly Couldn't be happier. |

    Outstanding product. Phenomenal price. Installation was a breeze and it works perfectly Couldn't be happier.
  9. 4 out of 5

    Good unit at a good price |

    It cooks very quickly with good heat control. It looks good and is easy to clean. I am a believer in induction cooking.
  10. 4 out of 5

    Incredible!! |

    This cooktop has blown me away! I have always been a fan of gas cooking over electric, as I like the exact control of an actual flame.
  11. 4 out of 5

    Beautiful!. |

    Slick! Hot! Beautiful! ...But you need to know how to wire it properly. Don't be confused by 120V/240V code and the instructions that say you can use 3 or 4...
  12. 4 out of 5

    Maintenance issue after only 18 months |

    We purchased this product on January 2, 2016. Today, June 29, 2017, the touch pad has malfunctioned and we will have to get it repaired. The touch pad shouldn't fail in 18 months.
  13. 4 out of 5

    Prepare to call an electrician, too. (If you have a standard 10 gauge 30A power setup) |

    Installation: Just got the unit, and realized that the current electric wiring in my house won't support it.
  14. 4 out of 5

    I love induction cooking |

    Frigidaire has a design flaw with this model. I love induction cooking. During installation you must be VERY careful with the drop in since the cook top itself is supported by...
  15. 4 out of 5

    Good cooktop, though controls are less than ideal |

    Compared to the previous cooktop this thing is amazing. Heats everything up VERY quickly and temperature changes are reflected very fast.
  16. 4 out of 5

    I like it very much |

    I've been using this for just over 4 months, and i thought i'd give my opinion on it. I like it very much. I see now the listed price is about 25% below what i paid for it, damn.
  17. 4 out of 5

    This item is perfect. Can make noise if the magnetic waves sync ... |

    We had an electric glass top before this.... I will never have one of those again! This item is perfect.