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Thermador Induction Cooktop Question

Posted by buildingsoon (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 27, 13 at 23:52

I'm currently shopping for kitchen appliances for the new home we're building. A local appliance store has an older model 36" Thermador induction cooktop that has been a floor model in their showroom for a little over 4 years (I think it's even been sitting in a back room in the store for quite some time). They want to get rid of it because they said nobody buys induction in our area and it hasn't received much interest. It doesn't have a scratch on it & looks brand new. They offered to sell it to me with full warranty for $800. The model number is CIT365DS. I would love to hear opinions about whether this would be a good or bad idea for our new home. Thanks!

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RE: Thermador Induction Cooktop Question

Tell me where you are and I'll go look at it...;-)

RE: Thermador Induction Cooktop Question

Sounds like a deal to me....

RE: Thermador Induction Cooktop Question

That is an awesome deal, especially w/ warranty (but what does the warranty cover)?
I thought I got a steal w/ my Miele 36" induction.
Go for it, you'll love it!

RE: Thermador Induction Cooktop Question

You might get more model specific info on the Appliance Forum, but I just installed a Bosch (cheap sister to Thermador, I think) and oh, gosh, do we love it. Love it, love it, love it. I would grab that $800 deal and run.

Why do appliance dealers not understand and promote these cooktops more aggressively?? Aren't we all supposed to be saving energy? For me, tho, it was the safety issue.

Okay, off my induction soapbox. Good luck!

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