Electric Stoves from trusted brands like Hanabishi, Standard, Philips, and American Home are some of the best cooktops in the Philippines, offered at reasonable prices. Since nothing beats a home-cooked meal, it’s high time to get an electric stove if you don’t have one! It can help you weather any types of emergencies, as you can cook large batches of home-cooked meals that can last a few days. Browse the latest electric cooktops or find out more about electric stoves below.
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Top Electric Stoves Price List 2021
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|Hanabishi HES100 Electric Stove||₱ 1,900.00||Shopee|
|Kyowa KW-3645||₱ 1,500.00||Shopee|
|Pensonic PIC-20||₱ 41,247.00||Lazada|
|Hanabishi HES120FC Electric Stove||₱ 2,415.00||Shopee|
|Hanabishi HCERC100 Ceramic Cooker||₱ 3,199.00||Shopee|
|Hanabishi HCERC300x Ceramic Cooker||₱ 2,243.00||Lazada|
|Tough Mama NTM-IC1||₱ 1,889.00||Shopee|
|Hanabishi HIC 90||₱ 1,500.00||Shopee|
|Philips Daily Collection HD4911||₱ 4,721.25||LazMall by Lazada|
|Astron Single Burner Electric Stove||₱ 439.00||Shopee|
Electric stoves are easier to use and operate. However, they cook food more slowly than gas stoves do. Electric stoves will also use more energy in the form of electricity compared to the energy used by a gas stove.
9 Best Electrical Stoves in the Philippines
- Kyowa KW3642 Induction Stove - This is a great option for those with a small living space. It comes with a sensor touch control that makes it user-friendly.
- Whirlpool Electric Hob - One of the best electric stoves for modern kitchens. It sports four electrical hobs and has a classy design.
- Chefs Classic Induction Stove - This is a bit pricier compared to some electric stoves but it’s reliable and high-quality.
- Astron ES-173 Electric Stove - It boasts a rustic design and a portable design, perfect to bring along for camping trips.
- Hanabishi HES100F Double Hot Plate Electric Stove - This is a bang-for-your-buck electric stove that’s reliable for cooking.
- La Germania Electric Stove and Convection Oven - This is a versatile electric stove that comes with useful features to help you bake, grill, broil, and cook.
- Union UGIDC-188 Induction Cooker - This product boasts a touch sensor panel with several pre-set cooking functions and features that will help you prepare your meals faster.
- Tecnogas Electric Cooking Range - This is perfect for avid bakers who enjoy creating scrumptious desserts. You can also make healthy meal options and baked desserts on it.
- Electric Hotpot With Griddle - You can cook barbeque with this electric stove, as well as hot shabu-shabu broth.
If you have a standard electric stove with coil heating elements on the cooktop, you may occasionally find that the coil burners get soiled with food spills. Left unattended, the food residue can create unpleasant smoke, smells, or may even flame when the stove is operated.
- Cleaning cloth
- Mild dish soap
- Baking Soda
This is not a difficult job. You can finish it in about 20 minutes.
Remove the Completely Cooled Burners
Once the burners have completely cooled, remove them from the cooktop. Most burners have two prongs that simply unplug from socket fittings on the stove, but on others, you may need to squeeze the prongs together or loosen mounting collars in order to pull the coils free. If you have questions about how to remove your heating coils, refer to your manufacturer’s instructions for best practices. Take care when unplugging the coil, because bending the prongs may ruin it.
Begin with Dish Soap and Water
First, use a cleaning cloth and a mixture of mild dish soap and water to try to remove any food residue. Because the heather coils cook off most food that comes into contact with them, a mild wipe-down like this is often all that is needed. Don’t submerge the coils or any electrical portion in water. Water can ruin the electrical connections that allow the coil to heat up.
Remove Stuck-On Food
If mild dish soap and water wouldn’t remove stuck or burnt-on food, try making a baking soda and water paste, and use it to gently scrub residue off of the electric heater coil. Really tough stains may benefit from allowing the baking soda paste to sit on the coil for up to 20 minutes, before scrubbing. Be sure to rinse off the baking soda paste thoroughly when you are finished.
Clean the Drip Pans
If your cooktop has removable drip pans, this is the time to remove and clean those as well. Dump out any charred remnants of food. Wipe the drip pans down, dry them, and replace them on the cooktop before reinstalling the heater coils.
Reinstall the Heater Coils
Carefully plug the prongs on the heater coils back into their socket connections on the stove. Take care not to bend the prongs or damage them in any way.
Maintain the Burners
For regular maintenance of electric stove heater coils, just wipe down the coils at the same time you wipe down the top of the stove during routine kitchen cleaning.