Roll Up : Foldable Induction Cooktop by Goran Bjelajac

Our traditional cooktops have been designed with induction coils in close proximity to electronic circuits that required good isolation layer between them. The result is compact but thick product. “Roll Up” separates those two components to enable the heating part of the cooktop to be very thin. The induction coils have been designed in smaller form to enable the heating part can be folded. See the hard drive like case here? That is where all the electronic circuits are placed. Those great features enable the portability of Roll Up. Since this cooktop’s heating part is portable, it doesn’t require a lot of space to place it on. It features pressure sensors that can detect where you place a pot on the heating surface, this way, only the induction coils below the pot are activated.

Designer : Goran Bjelajac

Roll Up Portable Induction Cooktop

Roll Up Portable Induction Cooktop

Roll Up Portable Induction Cooktop

Roll Up Portable Induction Cooktop

Roll Up Portable Induction Cooktop

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Rosa says: December 31, 2013

The induction cooktops only induct energy into ferrous metal based pots and pans. If you are currently using cast iron, steel plated or certain types of stainless steel pans, you should be able to continue to use the cookware you already own and easily.

Susan C. Crisp says: April 6, 2015

I love this design! What exactly is the electric circuit that is inside the hard drive? How does it power the mat without being connected to the outlet? Sorry so many questions

Clio says: May 13, 2016

Can it be charged using solar energy?

jithender tatia says: August 3, 2016

where to buy and what is the price, is this heat without vesel, can we make direct chapati,







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