Paragon Smart Cooking System Brings Precise Temperature Control to Any Induction Cookware

Using Paragon’s smart induction cooktop, silicone mat and probe, the smart cooking system brings precise temperature control to any induction cookware. Like the idea? Let’s keep checking.

Paragon Smart Cooking System

Appearance design

The Paragon is an advanced and flexible smart cooking system designed to bring you precise cooking methods for restaurant-quality results. The smart cooking system consists of an induction cooktop, a rechargeable silicone mat and a probe. The glass cooktop measures 12 inches in diameter and it shows off an elegant and minimal design that fits for various kitchen decoration styles.

Function features

The smart cooking system works with any induction cookware using its temperature sensor equipped silicone mat and probe, and the smart cooktop uses electromagnetism to achieve more even heat than gas or electric.

Using built-in Bluetooth technology, the smart cooktop wirelessly connects with your smartphone, and a detachable Bluetooth module works with the mat and the probe, so the cooktop has the ability to continuously communicate with the accessories in order to monitor and maintain temperature.

All you need to do for starting your precision cooking is just place a pan on the cooktop with the mat, or place the probe on the edge of your pot with water and put it on the cooktop, so the smart cooking system supports a variety of cooking methods including sautéing, simmering, searing, sauces, sous vide cooking and more.

Moreover, its custom app lets you set and monitor cooktop temperature, and it delivers entire process guide for perfect sous vide.

Price and shipment date

The Paragon has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $249 to preorder the smart cooking system. It will be shipped in July 2017.

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