Philips HD 4938 Induction Cooktop Review
Built: The Philips HD 4938 Induction Cooktop is a black colour cooktop that uses micro crystal plate and worktop is made up of glass.
The height, width, and depth of this cooktop is 37 cm x 34.8 cm x 10.5 cm respectively and the weight is 5 kg.
Performance: This induction cooktop uses electromagnetic Induction technology with full touch panel control.
It facilitates the user to preset 24 hours advance cooking timer (for delayed cooking) and 0-3 hour’s timer for cooking any dish. There are 10 pre-set cooking menus available.
Power Consumption: The temperature range for this appliance is 100 – 240-degree centigrade, power consumption of 2100 W and power input between 220-240 V. The cord of 1.2 m in length is provided with this cooktop.
Additional Features: A 1-year manufacturing warranty is given on parts and labor. The cool touch body prevents hands from getting burned; also the child-lock facility ensures safety when there are children in the house. When not in use for some time this cooktop will automatically shut down to conserve power.
Philips HD 4938 Induction Cooktop Pros and Cons
- The automatic temperature sensor prevents the device from getting overheated and saves power.
- Full glass panel and full touch control with a bigger size.
- The quality of materials used is very good.
- This induction cooktop lacks in after-sales support.
- Little noisy while heating than other variants in the market.
- The appliance Vibrates while cooking.
Philips HD 4938 Induction Cooktop Verdict
The Philips HD 4938 Induction Cooktop is attractive, stylish and sleek in looks with all new technology updates like a sensitive touch panel, child safety, and automatic temperature control. The pre-set menu timer in accordance with the Philips standards not on trial and error basis. Check out Philips HD4938 User Manual.