Integrated into the countertop to create a continuous surface on which to cook and work at the same time.
Invisacook is installed beneath your countertop. Using advanced induction technology, it works through your countertop to effectively heat the cookware that is placed directly above the induction plates that have been mounted below the surface of the top, so your cooking area is completely hidden. The controller can be positioned on the countertop or in a draw.
PLUS the unit can also be operated via a wifi with an app on your mobile phone. DOWNLOAD THE INVISACOOK OR TUYA SMART APP TO CONTROL YOUR INVISACOOK FROM YOUR SMARTPHONE!
Invisacook can be installed below Porcelain, granite, marble and ceramic surfaces. Quartz surface are NOT suitable.
Induction cooking is an efficient and effective cooking method but when mounted underneath the surface of the countertop it now also provides the benefits of having a surface that you can prepare and work on and then cook directly on the same surface.
Using the Invisacook provides extra space on the counter and a beautiful clean workspace with a cooker that is completely hidden.
Additionally, as the Invisacook does not generate direct heat, it remains safe to use as traditional counter space before and after cooking. Because it remains mildly warm to the touch while in use, you’ll feel more confident and assured moving around your kitchen with a reduced risk for heat-related burns.
As there is no cooker /hob on the countertop the aesthetic of the kitchen is enhanced by a clean and clutter free surface.
More versatile. Invisacook can be installed under a a wide variety of different countertop colours , designs and finishes and can be installed in any desired position.
SapienStone, our innovative top quality porcelain countertop is the perfect countertop to be used with INVISACOOK.
Porcelain stoneware is the hardest material among those available on the market; thanks to its natural resistance, it is the ideal choice for a worktop.
Surfaces in porcelain stoneware resist high temperatures, frost and thermal shock. These characteristics are fundamental in a kitchen, as the frequent contact with any hot pots and tools may damage the top. High temperatures and sudden thermal changes do not affect this material in any way due to its high technical performance.
Both the natural and polished surfaces of SapienStone can be used with INVISACOOK. SapienStone offers 32 options with effects ranging from marble, concrete, wood, stone and more!
– Stainless steel
– Full clad Stainless steel
– OR any other material provided the bottom /base is stainless steel and suitable for induction cooking.
– look out for the induction compatible symbol at the bottom of the pots or packaging.
– Cast iron pots should not be used as they become extremely hot and could damage the countertop.