- Product Dimensions: 28.1 x 35.6 x 6.5 cm ; 2.8 Kg
- Item model number: HD4928/01
- ASIN: B00EDJJ7FS
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 7 August 2013
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1,820 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #77 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
Philips Viva Collection HD4928/01 2100-Watt Induction Cooktop (Black)
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- This product does not require installation. please contact brand customer care for any product related queires. Customer Service Number: 18001022929
- Programmed for Indian cooking
- Touch start for ease of use
- 0 to 3 hours time setting
- Auto-off program cooks food safely
- More comfortable cooking without flame
- Cool-to-touch surface cooks foods safely
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Stylish, Efficient and Quick
The Philips Viva collection HD4928 induction cooktop is a must-have for modern day kitchens. This sleek and trendy cooktop is made of microcrystal plate and occupies very less space on the kitchen table. Switch to a healthy way of cooking with this Philips induction cooktop that retains all the nutrients and essential vitamins in the food unlike conventional mode of cooking. Designed for faster and safer cooking, this elegant cooktop is energy efficient and cooks food faster, while its cool touch surface lets you safely handle the cooktop even during use. A lengthy connecting cord of 1.2 meters allows flexibility to move the cooktop easily.
Auto Programs and Touch Start
Programmed for cooking Indian recipes, this Philips HD4928 Induction Cooktop offers you multiple choices for cooking a variety of dishes within minutes. Its flameless cooking with auto-off program ensures safety and protects the utensils from turning black from excess heat. An easy touch start operation allows you to set different temperatures for different recipes and set the time from 0 to 3 hours. The cooktop requires 220-240 voltage to work and you can increase its power up to 2100 watts. Compatible with stainless steel pots, rice cookers and other vessels including cast iron pots, this Philips black induction cooktop is a great addition to your kitchen.
- Brand: Philips
- Model: Viva Collection HD4928 2100-Watt Induction Cooktop
- Colour: Black
- Power: 2100W
- Operating Voltage: 220-240V
- Touch start and auto-off program
- Durable and easy to clean
Trouble Shooting Steps if product shows Error :
Error Code Description
Error code E1 or E2 Internal Failure - Take appliance to Authorised service center
Error code E3 or E6 Very high internal temperature or over glass top - Switch off Appliance to cool down
Error code E4 Failure - Take Appliance to Authorised service center
Error code E5,E6,E7 The voltage is either too high or too low. Wait for the voltage to stabilize and try again.
Error code E7 The fan has malfunction. ( Hair / Dust stuck-up ) - Take appliance to Authorised service center
Error code E8 Internal Failure - Take appliance to Authorised service center
Error code E9 Internal Failure - Take appliance to Authorised service center
From the Manufacturer
Joyful Effortless Cooking
Electromagnetic induction technology ensures high heating efficiency, cooks food faster than a gas stove. Seals nutrition into the food and prevents vitamin loss.
0 to 3 hours time setting
Programmed for Indian cooking
Touch start for ease of use
upto 2100W for fast cooking
Eco passport - Our environmental product specifications overview
Philips cares about the environment and society at large, and strongly supports eco-design of products.
|Materials of main body||Mirco crystal plate|
|Weight (incl. packaging)||2.8 kg|
|Fast cooking better seals nutrition into food||Yes|
|Auto-off program cooks food safely||Yes|
|More comfortable cooking without flame||Yes|
|Cool-to-touch surface cooks foods safely||Yes|
|Cord length||1.2 m|
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About the product itself: Worked well from the very first second. Works perfectly with steel and induction base utensils. If the size or material (experimented with other dishes) is not right, it does not start up but warns you with a constant beeping, till you take the item off and restart with the correct cookware. Very happy with the product (been using for a day), heats milk in a jiffy (about 2 minutes on 1000 w), made tea using a steel tea vessel and cheese sandwiches using an induction base pan. Doesn't scorch the pan, easy fast cooking, easy to use. Kitchen doesn't heat up the way it does with a gas cooktop and easy on arms since it is faster (the main reasons I intended to try induction). Need to try making normal Indian meals including rotis (need to buy an appropriate tawa for roti and dosa). Saves a lot of time. I will update at a later point after using for a while. However, extremely happy and thrilled with it for now. Wondering why I didn't buy it much earlier (no, actually, I do know: it's cause we were afraid it would use too much electricity and our bill would go sky high through the roof)! Need to see what my electricity bill looks like after a month of use, but from the reviews on amazon and on the internet, induction cooking is supposed to be energy efficient, so hopefully will not be high. I will update on this as well later. Cord is long enough (for my purposes a little too long actually). Very light and portable, easy to move around the kitchen. Had expected it to be heavy, but it's surprisingly not. A little higher than expected from the base of the kitchen slab though due to the small raised knobs/legs, but guess the space is needed for the fan to cool off the cooktop.
Adds a cool tech look to my kitchen too :) Now I feel I have a fully equipped kitchen!
Slight noise from the fan, but that is fine as it actually helps you to know it is on and working.
All in all a great purchase at almost 50% of it's actual price, really worth it.
Update:1 day later, made methi rotis and boiled potatoes for alu raita. The methi rotis came out very well, well cooked through in less time than on gas. First heating of the tawa takes a little time (about 1 roti) to really heat up, but after that you can make them pretty fast, without as as much perspiration as in gas cooktop. What a blessing. I had the kitchen fan on, too (which could not be used with flame as it would waver). I played music and danced (literally) to Coldplay while making rotis (believe me first time ever). Used the roti/dosa button to regulate the temp etc and all was easy.
Potatoes were boiled using my Pigeon induction cooker (at last found one more use for it) :) As others have commented before, the Pressure Cook button seems not to work well (at least for Indian conditions?). After 15 minutes steam was still not coming out of the cooker. So gave up, returned to (by now familiar) Manual button. In 10 minutes my potatoes were ready (after 3 whistles). Cooled them and made delicious, cool alu raita to go with the rotis. Looking forward to making more dishes on this cooktop. I'm only keeping fingers crossed now that it continues to work well for months / years more as some other reviewers pointed out issues at a later stage (sometimes electronic products do get problems). But can still get it repaired or replaced I suppose. Otherwise, well, we buy mobiles and other stuff for quite a few thousands without regrets, why can't we spend less than a quarter of that for kitchen gadgets, which make cooking in an Indian kitchen during the hot summer months especially, a pleasure? Worth the risk. And Philips is a reputed brand, so here's hoping the products do last for years.
1) does not consume a lot of electricity
2) can cook any type of basic dishes, roti, dosa whatever you might want.
3) easy to clean
1) the pre set menu options dont seem very helpful. We mostly cook on manual.
2) it takes a bit long to get stuff heating.
3) if the dish has very thick base that dish can never be used even if it is an induction base style.
Overall it is very useful and worth the money you pay. Just be careful buying the right vessels and take time understanding the controls : how much heat and how long is enough for a certain dish.
Company giving a 40% discount i understand that after get this product two times. why?