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  • Siemens EX879FVC1E IQ-700 80cm Flex Induction Hob – SILVER

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    Stunning design meets flexibility and quality! This five zone IQ-700 81cm wide flexinduction hob from Siemens offers a great cooking space. The EX879FVC1E is finished in silver glass with stainless... Read More

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  • Smeg SIA1963DS Linea 90cm 6 Zone Multizone Induction Hob – SILVER

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    Want to make an impact in your kitchen? Then this superb 90cm wide AreaZone induction hob from Smeg will be worth a look! Boasting a full surface induction area, you can place up to six pans anywhe... Read More

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Hobs

A hob will become an essential part of your kitchen routine, so it’s a good idea to get to grips with what your options are. Gas, induction and ceramic, will all have benefits in your kitchen. We also offer unique hobs such as domino hobs, air-venting hobs and mixed fuel hobs. Browse the various colour options including; stainless steel, blackand cream, plus many more!

Gas Hobs

Gas hobs allow for precise and instant temperature control. Many cooks favor gas hobs over induction as you can boil and fry at a rapid rate. There’s a wide range of options for how many burners you can have, as well as additions such as a wok burner or a sleek ‘gas on glass’ design.

Electric & Induction Hobs

Induction hobs are renowned for being energy efficient and easy to clean. Induction hobs use magnets to send heat directly into the pan, rather to the hob, so that all the energy is used for cooking alone. And with no naked flame, it’s certainly a safer way to cook.

Ceramic Hobs

Ceramic hobs are just as popular as induction hobs, offering an easy to clean surface and quick heating technology. Ceramic doesn’t have magnets like induction does, instead it heats the entire zone, giving you rapid and powerful cooking power.

Air Venting Hobs

Combining an extractor and hob in one means you can remove any smelly odors before they’ve even arrived. You can choose your type of fuel, and from either ducted or recirculating extraction. Either way, air venting hobs are incredibly popular and practical cooking appliance.

Everything you need to know about Hobs

Close up of a Neff gas hob on a low setting
Keep your hob looking its very best.
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Frying pan of vegetables cooking on an Elica induction hub, with steam being sucked into the middle
Everything you need to know about our extensive range of induction hobs.
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Smeg ceramic hob with a cooking pot of boiling water on top, and a frying pan fill of chopped vegetables.
A guide to ceramic hobs, to help inform your purchasing decision.
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Food cooking on top of induction hob
All your questions about hobs answered.
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Image showing different types of hobs: Gas, induction and ceramic
Choose the right type of hob for your home.
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