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KitchenAid 30" Induction Ceramic Cooktop

Model No: KICU509XSS


82 Reviews

  • 4 Induction Elements
  • 2- 7", 6", 11" Induction Elements
  • Touch Activated Controls
  • 12 Heat Level Settings
  • Performance Boost Function
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Stainless Steel





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This 30-inch induction cooktop uses electromagnetic energy to generate instant heat directly to your cookware without spreading the heat across the entire cooking surface. 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.

Appearance Ceramic Glass Cooktop Surface
Stainless Trim
Dimensions 3 1/8" H x 21 5/16" D x 30 3/4" W
Manufacturers Warranty 1 Year Limited Parts and Labor
5 Year Limited-Electric Elements, Ceramic Cooktop
5 Year Limited-Touch Control System Parts
Controls Control Lockout
Hot Surface Indicators
Minute Timer
Touch Activated Controls
Cooktop Features "Melt & Hold" Capability on Each Element
1-11" 3700/2300w Induction Element
1-6" 1800/1400w Induction Element
12 Heat Level Settings
2-7" 2500/1800w Induction Elements
4 Induction Elements
Bridge Element - Combines Two 7" Elements
Pan Size Detection
Performance Boost Function
Simmer Function
Energy/power Electric Cooktop
Style: Electric Induction Cooktops
Height: 3 1/8 Inches
Width: 30 3/4 Inches
Depth: 21 5/16 Inches
Number Of Elements:4
Power Source:Electric
Dimensions Guide Click here to download
Installation Guide Click here to download
Owner's Manual Click here to download
Warranty Information Click here to download
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Average Rating

out of 5 (82 Reviews)

0-5 of 82 Reviews |

Mostly Love It!

by: Aprild

Location: Sherman, TX

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.


Submitted: 04-13-2017

I've had the cooktop for 2 weeks now. My only complaint is that the buttons are linear and the cooking rings are not and I get confused on which burner I'm trying to turn on and then it won't come on and I get frustrated.

Beautiful and Efficient

by: Updated at Last

Location: Clifton, Texas

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.


Submitted: 03-27-2017

I have waited a long time to update my kitchen appliances. After researching, I chose the 30 inch - 4 element induction cooktop. I have not been disappointed in my choice! Although induction cooking is new to me, the cooktop is user friendly and it has not taken me long to learn how to use it.

30 inch

by: Dave

Location: Texas

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.


Submitted: 03-27-2017

This is the best cooktop that we have ever had, including natural gas models. Works perfectly and easily.

Love it!

by: Debbie

Location: Denver, CO

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.


Submitted: 03-25-2017

I'm still learning but I already love it! It boils so quickly you can leave the kitchen to go do a quick chore. I love the game instant response time. May I never cook on an electric cooktop again!

Don't waste your money on this false "Bridge Mode" cook top

by: JerryJ

Location: Utah

No, I would not recommend this to a friend.


Submitted: 03-17-2017

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.
0-5 of 82 Reviews |

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