Induction hobs are great kitchen solutions when you want a contemporary-looking oven which is easy to clean and often safer than traditional gas-powered models.
While there are many reasons why these can be advantageous, reasons often revolve around the energy-efficiency of these models, combined with their quick use and excellent safety features.
The first thing you should consider when buying an induction hob is how large you want the unit to be. While most induction hobs come with four stove-panels, it’s possible to purchase larger and smaller versions. These may be preferable depending on the size of your household, as smaller models will generally be more affordable.
Finally, consider how many power levels you’d like your induction hob to have, and what other special features would be most useful.
Some induction hobs come with cooking timers, which will automatically heat the pan for a pre-set time, ensuring that you avoid overcooking in certain situations. Other models will have either touch or button control, which are similar but may appeal depending on the design of your kitchen.
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Hobs with enamel surfaces are available in a variety of colours. Ceramic hobs have a black surface but their frames are available in a wide selection of colours. Stainless steel surfaces do not offer variety in terms of colour although the stainless steel may be brushed which offers two alternative effects.