Shoppers who need to replace electric induction cooktops can do so by purchasing a new model from Lowe's, Sears or Best Buy, as of 2015. Each of these major retailers offers both in-store and online sales of cooktops designed to work with modern kitchen equipment.
Lowe's offers many large appliances for the home, and its selection of electric induction cooktops includes many models that fit well with many modern ranges. Lowe's shoppers get free in-store pickup as well as local truck delivery for many cooktop models purchased through the Lowe's retail website, and the company offers extended protection plans on many of its replacement induction cooktop choices.
Shoppers who turn to Sears for a replacement electric induction cooktop can download full owner's manuals and specification sheets to ensure the right match for their personal needs. Sears makes it easy for users to compare items side-by-side by checking boxes on search results pages for the products they offer. Best Buy also carries a wide selection of replacement electric induction cooktops, and many of the options available through the retailer come with free delivery directly to consumers. The Best Buy price-match guarantee allows the company to meet or beat many advertised prices.