Available in Landscape and Portrait orientations, Kenyon's Lite-Touch Q® Series with PUPS keep your pots safe and secure while you cook on the go. You can enjoy the same design features as our 2-Burner Lite-Touch Q® cooktop but with the additional benefits of our innovative, patented Pop Up Potholder System. Simply press the soft bumper down, then release and a post "pops" up (.60") to hold your pot sturdy in place. When you have finished cooking, just press the PUPS once more to lock in down position.
What's in the Box...
- Your cooktop
- Mounting Brackets
- Screw Fastner Kit
- User's Manual
- 2.5oz Sample of Ceramabrite cleaner
- Cleaning pad
- Subtly textured black glass
- Beveled-edge glass can be mounted flush or proud
- Stylish muted graphics will enhance any kitchen décor
- Durable ceramic glass is easy to clean
- Lock Mode allows you to lock the entire cooktop at any time
- Heat-limiting cooking surface protects for safety
- Auto shut-off
- "On" & "Hot" burner indicator lights
- Digital touch control which 8 different heat settings
- Simply touch the ON/OFF circle and then raise or lower the heat setting by pressing the + or -
- Patented Pop Up Potholder System keeps pots safe and secure while underway
- Press the soft bumper down, then release and a post "pops" up .60" to hold your pot securely in place
- When you have finished cooking, just depress the PUPS and it will lock in the down position
- PUPS bumper made from high temp silicone will seal the hole when in the down position
- Gain valuable countertop space and reduce the cost of installation and materials
- Should you experience a liquid spillover while cooking, simply unscrew the PUPS and rinse them in warm soapy water
- Meets ABYC requirements for pot retention
- 3-Year product replacement warranty
||2 - 6.5"
|Estimated Shipping Weight
||21" x 12" x 4 1/8"
|Pot Holder System
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