Induction Cookers You Can Buy For Less Than P2,000

Prep meals and save on gas!

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If you haven't needed to buy LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) recently, then you probably didn't know that the price of LPG has significantly risen since early March. Good thing there are substitutes to using gas stoves such as using electrical cooking appliances.

For those who want to save up on their precious LPG or totally make the switch to electrical appliances, the choices of electrical appliances can vary from the air fryer, oven, toaster, to, of course, an induction cooker.

READ: What You Need to Remember Before Buying an Induction Stove

Looking for affordable induction cookers? Add these to your cart:

Eureka EIC-WP Induction Cooker

P1,429 on Home Along Lazada, P1,499 on Centro Eureka Lazada, P1,545 on Isetann Shopee

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This Eureka induction cooker has a wattage range of 400 to 2,000 watts. What's great about this item is that it already comes with a pot you can use on the induction cooker!

Tough Mama LZD-NTMIC4 Best Seller Ceramic Induction Cooker

P2,099 on Shopee

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This Tough Mama induction cooker has seven cooking settings, adjustable temperature control, digital display, and can use up to 1,500 watts. You can use steel, cast iron, enameled iron, stainless steel, and flat-bottom pans and pots for this Tough Mama appliance.

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READ: Know The Difference: Gas vs Induction Cooker

BHW Induction Cooker A28

P1,070 (from P3,000) on Shopee

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This BHW induction cooker has eight cooking functions namely: soup, stew, boil, low power, high power, hot pot, steam, and fry. This uses up to 2,200 watts.

Micromatic MIC-21

P1,110 on Shopee


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The Micromatic induction cooker has eight cooking functions and can use a maximum of 1,600 watts. For this induction cooker, do take note that an induction-ready cookware pan is the only cookware you can use.

Electric Stove Infrared Ceramic Cooktop Digital Induction Cooker Inverter

P1,299/gold and P1,199/silver on Shopee


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This induction stove has a microcrystalline touchscreen panel with nine levels of power and can use 200 to 2,200 watts. It claims to be suitable for heat-resistant pans such as wok, frying pans, class pots, glass jugs, casserole, stainless pots, ceramic pots, and bakeware.



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