Litz wire is commonly employed as the heating coil of induction cookers. In order to realize further low cost and profile, the solid wire with simple construction and high space factor is required. However, the solid wire is may suffer from the large copper loss increased by the skin and proximity effect. Then, the previous study proposed the novel coil structure, which can suppress these effects, only by the FEM simulation. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to verify this structure experimentally in comparison with the Litz wire coil. The result revealed that the proposed structure can have similar AC resistance and the similar height with the same surface area and the same number of turns. Moreover, the experimental result showed a possibility to further height reduction by optimization of the magnetic and winding isolation design. Consequently, the experiment supported practical effectiveness of the proposed structure for induction heating.