The AMC Flux is AMC's branded induction cooker. An induction hob uses electro-magnetic energy to transfer heat directly to the cookware in contact with its surface.
This is an entirely different heating process compared to conventional gas and electrical stovetops, where heat is generated on the surface and transferred to the cookware. An induction hob's surface stays cool throughout the cooking process. After cooking, the surface will be hot due to residual heat from the cookware on it, but it won't burn you. However, please do not attempt to touch the surface immediately after cooking.
What are the benefits of induction cooking?
- Faster cooking: Instant heat is transferred directly to the cookware surface, taking less time to heat and reducing your cooking time.
- Safety in your home: Induction cookers have no open flame or heated surface and are therefore far safer in the home, which often contains flammable materials and curious little hands.
- Easy to clean: With only a flat surface to wipe, cleaning is a breeze and can be done quickly.
- Heats your cookware, not your kitchen: Kitchens are notoriously a hot environment when there’s lots of cooking on the go. With induction cooking only your cookware is heated, keeping your kitchen cool.
- Easily transportable: The Flux is light and convenient to take with you when a stovetop is needed outside your home, or use it as a warming tray in the living room or an extra hob in the kitchen when needed.
- The AMC Flux is only compatible with the New Generation of AMC cookware, launched April 2009. All previous ranges of AMC cookware are not induction friendly and are therefore not compatible with the AMC Flux.
The AMC Flux generates up to 2000 watts of power, with a temperature range of 60ºC - 240ºC. The Flux carries a 1 year guarantee.
- Generates up to 2000 Watts of power
- Heat settings range between 60ºC - 240ºC
- Only works with New generation AMC cookware