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KitchenAid Architect Series II 30-inch Smooth Surface Induction Cooktop in Black with 4 Elements including Bridge Element

Model # KICU509XBL|Store SKU # 1000836066

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Model # KICU509XBL Store SKU # 1000836066

This 30-inch KitchenAid Architect Series II 4 element induction cooktop combines precision and speed. Electromagnetic induction technology directly heats the pan while keeping the cooktop surface cool to the touch. Twelve power levels give you the power to rapidly bring water to a boil and sear scallops to perfection. A bridge function lets you combine the power of two elements into one large cooking zone for specialty cookware such as a griddle or oval pan.

  1. Cooktop features two 7-inch 2500W elements with a bridge, one 11-inch 3700W element and one 6-inch 1800W element. Each element has Simmer, Melt, Keep Warm and Performance Boost for optimal cooking results
  1. Touch-activated controls integrate seamlessly into the surface and include a slider for heat-level selection
  1. Performance Boost allows you to exceed the maximum heat-level setting for up to 10 minutes--perfect for rapid boiling
  1. Bridge function provides the flexibility to convert two cooking zones into one large cooking zone for even cooking when using specialty cookware or a griddle
  1. Smooth ceramic-glass surface allows for effortless cleanup
  1. Control Lock helps prevent unintended use
  1. Hot Surface indicator. An "H" will appear in the surface cooking area display as long as any surface cooking area is too hot to touch, even after the surface cooking area(s) is turned off
  1. Simmer Function automatically selects a low power level to help maintain a constant simmer without boiling over
  1. 12 heat level settings to handle everything from searing to sauting
  1. Melt and Hold uses low power levels for melting delicate ingredients or keeping cooked food warm without scorching
  1. Use the cooking timer to set times up to 90 minutes. The timer is independent of any other control settings and can be used only on one cooking zone at a time

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
21.31
Assembled Height (in inches)
3.13
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
39.68
Assembled Width (in inches)
30.75
Packaged Depth (in inches)
34.5
Packaged Height (in inches)
7.75
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
51
Packaged Width (in inches)
25.5

Details

Certified
Yes
Colour Family
Black
Control Location
Front Panel
Cooktop Size
30
Cooktop Surface Type
Induction
Country of Origin
IT-Italy
Number of Elements
4

Warranty / Certifications

1 Year Limited parts & labour. 5 Years Limited on certain component parts only
Architect Series II 30-inch Smooth Surface Induction Cooktop in Black with 4 Elements including Bridge ElementPhoto of productThis 30-inch KitchenAid Architect Series II 4 element induction cooktop combines precision and speed. Electromagnetic induction technology directly heats the pan while keeping the cooktop surface cool to the touch. Twelve power levels give you the power to rapidly bring water to a boil and sear scallops to perfection. A bridge function lets you combine the power of two elements into one large cooking zone for specialty cookware such as a griddle or oval pan.
KitchenAid
1000836066
CAD2195
The Home Depot Canada
Architect Series II 30-inch Smooth Surface Induction Cooktop in Black with 4 Elements including Bridge Element is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 4.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works wonders... love it. Fast heating! Works wonders... love it. Fast heating!
Date published: 2019-10-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This expensive cooktop lasted less than 3 years in light use. As noted by others, if you use the... This expensive cooktop lasted less than 3 years in light use. As noted by others, if you use the "boost" function, it will likely fail. After three repair attempts by the local authorized Kitchaid dealer/repair facility, I gave up on this unit. Each repair lasted only a few weeks (even if we avoided the boost function). Although Kitchenaid provided free parts support, they would not replace this lemon unit. Our previous GE Monogram induction cooktop (bought in 1990) worked for 25 years without a hiccup, so the basic technology is not at fault, just poor implementation by Kitchenaid on this unit.
Date published: 2019-04-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I would like to love this cooktop because it works well and is easy to clean. However, if you use... I would like to love this cooktop because it works well and is easy to clean. However, if you use the largest burner in boot mode; it trips the breaker and results in F47 error. It happened already two times and KitchenAid customer service is one of the worse: they don't keep track of the repairs done and you have to wait for about 10 days before a technician can come - you're left with either half of the cooktop working or nothing. What is going on? Why is KitchenAid not acknowledging this is a known problem? For this price range, I expect a solid and reliable cooktop and a customer service on part with the price which is clearly not the case. I'm not going to recommend this cooktop to anyone.
Date published: 2019-01-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought the Kitchenaid Induction cook top thinking it was going to be amazing, and with a normal... I bought the Kitchenaid Induction cook top thinking it was going to be amazing, and with a normal round pan that fits in the space of the burners, it is. Unfortunately for me, I specifically bought a model with the "Bridge Mode" for the burners, and quickly found out that Kitchenaid doesn't feel that people really plan to use this feature. The "Bridge Zone" doesn't actually have any way of heating the pan, so now I have an overpriced cook top that doesn't work as advertised. When I try to use the bridge mode with my griddle, the two round spots where the burners are heat just fine, but the space over the "Bridge Zone" is 200 degrees cooler than the burner zones making it completely worthless. I called Kitchenaid, and the representative I spoke with said it should work fine and scheduled a service call. When the service technician came out, he called their technical department and was told this is normal. If you are looking for a cook top without a Bridge Mode, get a cheaper model, because this isn't worth the extra money.
Date published: 2017-03-17
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