CookPlat is a concept for a portable Pyrex vitroceramic cooker that uses magnetic induction technology, which reduces the energy loss made by transitional cooker. Thanks to its modularity, this cooker allows a quick and easy setup according to the use required. You can easily attach/detach cooktops based on your needs and the feature also means it can be easily carry around. Moreover, it is fully waterproof, which means you can put in the dishwasher or use it outdoors. How would you like this ultra slim, lightweight, modular, compact and energy-saving cooktop?
1. Cookease [source]
Cookease is a compact integrated cooking system, which contains a heater and 2 bowls. The heater works on magnetic induction and is made from silicone, while the bowls are color coated stainless steel. Much like a compact lunchbox, but be able to easily whip up a decent meal. Pretty cool concept, just wonder how it is powered? Battery? Solar power?