KitchenAid Architect Induction Cooktop with 5 Elements - 36-in

Article #30005939 Model #KICU569XBL Format36"
KitchenAid Architect Induction Cooktop with 5 Elements - 36-in
 

Description

This KitchenAid induction cooktop is a versatile kitchen appliance that features 5 elements. Let's start with the 12-inch element that's a perfect fit for large stock pots or sauté pans and ideal for a wide range of tasks from rapid boiling and searing to wok cooking. Then, there are the 4 round bridge elements that even distribute heat to a variety of pan sizes, and can reach a power output of up to 2500 W for everyday use. For your safety and the safety of your family, this appliance has a hot surface indicator that lets you know if the cooking surface is on or still hot. Control lock helps prevent unintended use and makes it easier to clean the control panel without the risk of turning an element on inadvertently. This cooktop is backed by a 1-year limited warranty on parts and labour.

Technical specifications

Control Type :Electronic Touch Weight :19.97 kg (44.03 lb) Energy Star :No Wi-Fi Connection :No Control Location :Front Voltage :240 V (60 Hz) Installation :Built-in Warming Zone :No Element :Left front: 7" - 2500/1800 W bridge element, left rear: 7" - 2500/1800 W bridge element, center: 9"/12" - 2800/4800 W dual-ring element, right front: 7" - 2500/1800 W bridge element, right rear: 7" - 2500/1800 W bridge element Color :Black Expandable Burners (Y/N) :Yes Hot Surface Indicator Light (Y/N) :Yes Cooktop Type :Induction Colour Family :Black Number of Burners/Elements :5 Power Source :Electric Model :KICU569XBL Depth :Actual depth: 21 5/16'' (54.13 cm) Height :Actual height: 3.13-in (7.94 cm) Width :Actual width: 36 5/16'' (92.23 cm) Type :Cooktop Warranty Labour :1-year limited Power System :Induction Warranty Parts :1-year limited

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KitchenAid Architect Induction Cooktop with 5 Elements - 36-in is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 328.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the money; features not usable pros: boils water fast cons: This unit does not have pan adjust, so all pans must be larger ones. No cooking small items unless you use a skillet; Melt function useless, as cannot use a small pan to melt chocolate, butter, etc., since must be larger pan. Constantly beeps at you if anything on cook-top - so not good for placing items out of the oven, storage of pans, etc. Old stove was old-fashioned coil electric and much better for cooking, except for boiling water. If you get this type of cook-top, 30 inch is probably fine and get it with pan adjust feature. Do not plan to put it near oven as place to put hot items. I very much regret this purchase.
Date published: 2014-07-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Small pots won't work I've been cooking on this cooktop for about 2 years now. I picked up a fairly inexpensive set of pans when I got it and never had a problem. I recently decided to upgrade my pans to non-stick. I bought the Cuisinart set that came with a 8" skillet and a 1 qt. pot neither of which worked. After going back and forth with Cuisinart and getting nowhere, I bought a set of All-Clad. This set came with a 2 qt. pot that won't work with the cooktop. I have since found several reviews stating the same problem with this cooktop. Sure would be nice if the Kitchen-Aide team could come up with a solution. Yes, I would recommend this cooktop to a friend, but with reservations.
Date published: 2016-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not great, disapointing performance [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] If more than one eye is used it surges between them. I do not like the space between the glass top and the counter. There is a gasket recessed that seals it, but the outer edge leaves a gap. The glass edge (which is beveled thin) chipped on the edge. It does heat up quick. I am not too impressed though because of the limitations of the unit (my wife cans a lot), if I had to do it again, I would have just got a propane stove I will never buy Kitchenaid again. We spent $12,000 on six new Kitchenaid appliances are not happy with any one of them. Each one has serious issue or design flaws, which are not covered by warranty, or failed once the warranty expired.
Date published: 2019-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great cooking [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I purchased the 36-inch induction cooktop as a surprise for my wife. Four cups of water come to rapid boil in 90 seconds. Who says a watched pot doesn't boil? What we like is that cooking is speeded up, and unless you touch the pot/pan you can't get burned. We are confident our grandsons are safer in that respect. We are on a learning curve but love what we have been able to do thus far. The only issue is that the quart pan is to small to be affected by the mechanism behind induction cooking. The element areas are larger in circumference than the quart pan requires.
Date published: 2020-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Sleek, Stylish, Performer We recently did a complete kitchen reno and went with all KitchenAid appliances. We have never had an induction cooktop but we love it. Aside from the sleek and stylish look it presents, it performs extremely well. Boiling water in a minute using the Boost feature. Excellent fried eggs. Incredible heat control. The timer can be set for a single burner to shut off when set. It's extremely easy to clean. The large center element is large enough to handle even our 10 qt. pot. We purchased the Emeril by All-Clad E914SC PRO-CLAD Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Dishwasher Safe PFOA Free 12 piece Cookware Set and it performs very well on this cooktop.
Date published: 2015-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Electric Induction - the way to go When we remodeled our kitchen 10 years ago I bought all GE appliances...except for the cooktop because none of the other brands could be installed over a built in-oven. Kitchenaid could. I really loved the flat cook-top. The touch controls were also part of the cooktop to--no buttons, no anything to collect grease, etc. Even when it was dirty it looked clean!! However...after 10 years a part "blew out"; a part, of course, that is not longer available so I am "forced" to buy a new cooktop. Once again, the only one that I found that goes over a built in oven was a Kitchenaid, but Lowes has a great prices and it will work. Coming from an "older generation" I would hope to get a longer service time for an appliance, but it seems everything is built to wear out in x-number of years so I'm not totally upset.
Date published: 2011-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 star all the way around This cooktop replaced a 25 year old GE Induction cooktop. I've always been one to embrace new technology and I've been cooking for over 40 years. I've used gas (yuk) electric and induction. Induction is the only way to go. Fast and much cooler for those of us living in the warmer parts of the U.S. where we thrive on A/C. This doesn't heat up the kitchen the way conventional cooktops do. I've read so many reviews, most of which aren't kind to induction. These people have not understood, you cannot take cookware you've used on gas or even other electrics and bring them onto an induction cooktop. Gas warps pans and so does coil electrics. If you're using a pan that uses an encapsulated bottom and hand wash these puppies, expect popping noises from them. Water gets in between those surfaces and when it expands, it has to go somewhere and steam will pop. This new Kitchenaid is so much faster than even my old GE. The "slide" feature on the heat selector is one big factor that had me chose Kitchenaid. The Electrolux has this feature too. Let me explain. Some cooktops you select the burner then have to push a + or - to increase or reduce heat. With the "slide" on the Kitchenaid or the "wave" on the Electrolux, you are able to jump to where ever you need to go. My GE had 3 quick settings: L M H. With this slide, after choosing the burner, I can jump to Hi if I want to or touch it in the center to get a medium heat setting of 5. This top has about 19 or so heat settings including a simmer and melt feature. You're able to keep food warm without over cooking. Love this top. It can boil water in seconds not minutes with it's power boost feature. This top also has TWO sets of bridge elements. No other manufacturer has this. These tops are made by Whirlpool corporation and also market under the Jenn Air and Whirlpool nameplate. Try induction, you'll never go back to your old cooktop.
Date published: 2013-05-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love, but our glass just cracked tonight We bought this cooktop in 2017. Converted from gas to electric and have LOVED it. Love everything about it, friends and family love it as well. But tonight we cooked dinner just like every night. Turned off the burner and removed pan from the heat and we heard this pop noise. I quickly asked the kids what they did-in the living room. We were searching around to see what we heard. Then as we went to wipe down the cooktop, like we always do we do, we saw and felt the crack. Kitchenaid what do we do? If it did not crack tonight would have given 5 stars. Will let everyone know what Kitchenaid does.
Date published: 2020-09-04
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