My husband got me one of those induction hot plate things that you see advertised on TV. He declined all the extra stuff that they wanted to try to sell us, as we have so much extra cookware stored in the garage from our former RV. His thought, with this purchase, is to tote it and a couple of pans along on a trip, to cook in the motel (instead of an electric fry pan).
I have a set of T-fal Ingenio, with removable handles, in storage. At first glance, they don't seem to follow the rules needed for induction cooking, which seems to be a magnetic bottom for some reason????? I did contact T-fal, to see what they say, but I suspect this particular set is not induction-ready.
I'd hate to buy either another pan or two (!) or even tote my heavier stainless steel from our current kitchen. I'm wondering if we should just send that induction burner back and get our money back.