Originally Posted by MerlinBrasil
And why is that? Details, mate
First, let me say I have no personal experience with induction so what I have been told may be total BS. But this is how it was explained to me. If you only ever use one of the hobs, no problem. But if you require both hobs at their higher setting, it can't handle the load so it divides the power.
My son uses induction hob at his business (only to make hot water). He tells me the 220V will bring to temp faster than 110V.
Since you called me out on my statement, I thought I'd do a little research
(something I should have done before). I looked at motorhome groups and most had positive things to say about their 110V units. But it also seemed that finding 220V motorhome or a campsite that provides 220V is a rarity.
When I go lithium and swap out my LP for induction I plan to go 220V induction even when this boat
is all 110V and it will require some changes to power it up. We like to cook on this boat, it is not uncommon to use more than one burner. I don't want that to change.
I'm open to other opinions, this is just mine.