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Induction Cookers Hotpoint HDM67I9H2CB Black
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Hotpoint HDM67I9H2CB Black

Induction Cooker with fan oven, Width: 60cm

£629.00
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INDUCTION COOKER

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An induction stove has a hob that heats the pans with the help of magnetism, which creates heat in the pans via vibrations. So it is the frying pan itself or the casserole that is heated, not the hob on which the pot stands. An induction stove is the classic kitchen furniture that combines an oven and an induction hob. A freestanding induction hob is exactly what it sounds like, a hob without an oven that is placed on the countertop in the kitchen.

  • An induction hob heats the food faster and with less energy, compared to a classic stove with cast iron plates or a glass ceramic hob. Compared to a stove with cast iron plates, an induction variant is about 40% faster at boiling a litre of water. The pans can be heated very quickly, and less energy is wasted.
  • It is very easy to regulate the temperature with induction. The risk of accidentally boiling over or burning something decreases.
  • An induction hob also does not get as hot as other types of stoves, which reduces the risk of burning, which is especially good if there are children in the family.
  • Induction hobs are also very easy to keep clean. The smooth and shiny glass surface makes them easy to wipe off. Since the surface of the hob is also not as hot as a classic stove, it is much easier to wipe off things that have boiled over without it burning.

How many cooking zones you need. The usual is four, but there are also models with more zones, as well as models with fully flexible zones. • How many heat steps can be selected. It is an advantage to be able to adjust the heat in small steps to find the ideal temperature. • The design. Hobs are available both with and without edge protection. Without edge protection, the design becomes more minimalist and slightly easier to wipe off, but the edge is sensitive and can quite easily crack or chip if you drop something on it. • Other features. There are a variety of other features of induction hobs/stoves. Automatic switch-off during overheating, timer, child lock, led lighting that shows which zones are running and how hot they are, and more. Think about what's important to you, so you don't pay extra for features you won't use.

Three things to consider before buying a induction cooker

The first thing you should consider before buying an induction hob is how wide you want it to be. This depends not only on the size of the stove you need, but also, of course, on the size of the kitchen. A standard width for hobs used to be 60 centimetres but, in today’s kitchens, larger models are becoming more commonplace.

The majority of all hobs have four cooking zones, but there are hobs with everything from a single cooking zone to six zones. Depending on the size and design of the hob, the cooking zones may also vary in size. Check what suits your needs best.

  • Automatic switch-off and timer: Two relatively common features that are good to have. With automatic shut-off, the stove shuts down after a set period of inactivity, so you don't have to worry about whether you turned off the stove. A timer prevents you from overcooking the pasta or burning your pie in the oven.

  • Child lock: This feature speaks for itself. A child lock is an important safety feature in homes with younger children.

  • Convection oven and grill: Get more out of your oven by choosing an induction stove with a convection and grilling feature.

  • Quick heating: A quick-heating function on your stove is great for when you want to boil pasta water quickly.

Even though the stove’s function is of course a priority, it doesn't hurt if the stove is both good and stylish. Today, you’ll find everything from simple, classic stove models with a basic look, to more advanced stoves that give your kitchen a stylish look. Often, the stove's design correlates with how much you have to pay for it, which means that your budget will often determine your choice.

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