Induction Hob Flexi Zones, Electric Cooktop 60cm Built-in Hob with 4 Burners 2 Flex Zones for BBQ, Crystal Glass Panel 220~240V

(10 customer reviews)

£199.00

About this item 2 Flexible Zones with Pan Detector – Get free from the limited ring zone! This Hob has enough power to get all 4 burners going at the same time, when Flexi Mode you can get two burners going at the same time on the same level of heat, was combined to form one flexible big zone to fit any larger or long pan or griddle for BBQ use Quick Heating and Cooling – It uses electricity to generate a magnetic field on the top of the cooking area. The magnetic field can generate heat and evenly radiate heat,Total power can be up to 7200W. making cooking easy and fast, suitable for iron, stainless steel and alloy pots. 9 Power Levels with Boost Function – 9 heat levels, range from melt(1-3) to rapid boil(8-9), accurate and easy temperature changes by a touch of Slider Regulating Key, meeting all your cooking needs! Thanks to the BOOST function, the hob power can reach Max immediately,get amazingly fast for cooking, save a lot of time to make your cooking process more convenient. A New Level of Home Safety – over-heating protection, auto shut-off protection, and child lock function prevents unintended activation, ensuring safety for your whole family. Pan detector works when you take the pan off without turning off the power, the induction hob will stop heating immediately and automatically switch off after 2 minutes. Slider Touch Control – Touch Controls also give this induction hob a fantastic array of Easy to Use, The controls respond to touch, so you don’t need to apply any pressure. Simply adjust the power setting to your desired level with slide control. Besides, the hob with Boost, Keep Warm, 99mins Timer and Pause Function, it is extremely easy to use.
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Additional information

Brand

‎singlehomie

Model

‎IXFD011

Product Dimensions

‎20.47 x 23.23 x 2.36 cm; 10.6 Kilograms

Installation Type

‎Built-In

Part Number

‎IXFD011-724

Special Features

‎Child Lock, Timer, Residual Heat Indicator, Auto Safety Switch Off, Detection of Small Articles and Pan Sensor, Touch Control

Top Style

‎smooth top

Burner Type

‎Induction

Number of Heating Elements

‎4

Colour

‎Black

Voltage

‎220 Volts

Wattage

‎7200 watts

Fuel Type

‎Electric

Material Type

‎Glass

Included Components

‎Hob

Batteries included?

‎No

Batteries Required?

‎No

Counter Depth

‎56 Millimetres

Manufacturer Warranty

‎1

Item Weight

‎10.6 kg

ASIN

B08H1MK8D5

Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

649 in Large Appliances (See Top 100 in Large Appliances) 103 in Cooktops

Date First Available

31 Aug. 2020

10 reviews for Induction Hob Flexi Zones, Electric Cooktop 60cm Built-in Hob with 4 Burners 2 Flex Zones for BBQ, Crystal Glass Panel 220~240V

  1. Alec Davis

    This is the first induction hob I have bought. It was to replace a very old gas hob which had become unreliable and needed new regulators, burners etc. This is so much better, although, of course, you do need to check that your pans are suitable. I have been using it for a few weeks now, cooking with a wok, saucepans and cast iron frying pans producing dishes ranging from stir-fries through stove-top casseroles to home-made jam – all without any problems. Here are a few things I have noticed:The heat is almost instantaneous. Cooking is quite different, however, as the heat is generated IN the pan, not under it.Simmering is particularly peculiar as the heating zones on low levels pulse rather than giving out a continuous low power. In practice this seems to work ok, although I am not sure if it would work for every dish.One snag with the zones on this model is that they are quite close together in order that they can be joined together. As a result it is a bit difficult to put two large pans on the hob on the same side, especially if you are using a wok and a large saucepan for rice, for example. This is unlikely to be a problem, but other induction hobs have the zones spaced further apart.It is very sensitive to any spills of water or even a pan going over the control area, generatiing an “error 03” message and an alarm sound. This can be somewhat annoying, especially as it happens even when the hob is not in use.It is much easier to clean than a gas hob, which is a huge advantage.Because the heat is actually created within the pan itself then, especially if it has a lid on it, there is very little heat going into the air of the kitchen. This should be a huge advantage in the summer, of course, but our kitchen is unheated, so in the middle of winter it is a disadvantage!Similarly, because there is no residual heat travelling up the outside of the pan steam tends to condense lower in the kitchen and it becomes vital to use the extract fan over the hob. This was not always the case with the gas hob. However, I am hoping that as a result the air and surfaces in the kitchen will stay clean for longer!I make a lot of home made preserves and it was very important to me that this should be possible. To do this succesfully with a large batch of 4 litres or more it is vital to have a very powerful source of energy. Sometimes I found that even a gas ring could not generate sufficient heat throughout the entire pan to reach a setting point for jam. On this hob I have made a moderate-sized pan-full of marmalade without any problem at all on one of the smaller, less powerful zones, so I am confident that when it comes to the proper season there will be no problem. There are induction hobs which plug into a 13amp supply and I doubt if these would cope.On the whole I am extremely pleased with this hob and hope that it will last as long as the gas version it replaced…20+ years!October 2022…Having used the hob for several months I have found more aspects which may be of interest to emphasise.It is possible to programme each zone to work at a specific power for a particular length of time. This is amazingly helpful! Also, regarding the jam making element, the zones can all be given a power boost of energy which helps reach a setting point.However, all this is as naught if the hob gets any liquid on it…a pan boiling over or even simply spattering from a frying pan, for example. This causes the in-built alarm to kick in and the entire hob to close down…losing ALL the programming. This is downright annoying, but there seems to be no way to adjust the sensitivity or turn it off completely.I still prefer it to the old gas hob, but I find this aspect particularly annoying.

  2. michael peck

    on time works well thank you

  3. Scottish Lassie

    I am very pleased with this purchase so far. The design is timeless and very easy to clean with a smooth glass top. To use it is a little tricky…..but after 2 weeks, I am beginning to find it easier. It is very fast to heat up water soup etc. Over the years I have had Gas stoves, electric ones with nob controls, and now with induction cooking. I think it operates like using gas where the temperature can be lowered changed immediately. It does make a soft sound when on but now I don’t notice it.I did not have to change pots as all my stainless steel pots work perfectly along with LeCruset cast iron.The only negative thing is, that I used to use the top of my old one as extra counter space, but this one alerts you if something is on it, but I can live with that. It is very keenly priced and makes for a good choice…Happy Cooking 🙂

  4. Philip Manklow

    Very pleased with this induction hob , good price for all the extra things it does. Only gave three stars for ease of cleaning because they put a sticker on top side of glass hob , I could scrap the top of the label off but could not get the glue residue off the bottom . Did not want to use any harsh chemicals. As my cause damage, Just would not come off , but my sister came to the rescue she said put some MILK on top and leave for 30 minutes. This my help people in the future as it really did work .

  5. DH

    We bought this to replace our old electric hob. I was reluctant to buy a brand I didn’t know and thought I’d take a chance on this due to good price for bigger cooking surface on an induction hob as we love BBQ. Instant control, fast & efficient and super easy to clean. Easy to understand instructions. We have had it in a week and performs really well. Induction hob is much better than our old electric hob, while using if you remove the pan from the hob, the glass instantly goes cold so you can’t accidentally burn yourself. We love this hob, time will tell if it’s durable, but so far great purchase and would recommend it.

  6. Terry S.

    Very happy with this hob. I have had 2 hobs in the past both very sensitive to large pans. The attraction to this one was the fact it works with various sized and shaped pans, especially my roasting tins.The only down side is it is very sensitive when cleaning after using when a beep activates. Otherwise very happy with the product and such a good price.

  7. cazzie

    Was a bit worried about buying an unknown brand but took a chance. The hob is very stylish, easy to use and I’m so glad I bought this one. The flex zones are a really good idea and cooking on this hob is so much faster and more controlled than a standard ceramic hob. Give it a try, you will not be disappointed.

  8. LanaLana

    I am so glad i have bought this induction hob. The quality is excellent. Even electrician told us that this hob is brilliant and works really well! It actually does. It is so much easier to control the temperature and my food is never overcooked. It is also less cleaning needed and it is very safe to use. You won’t get burn if you touch it after use. Very good quality and very easy to use!!!

  9. Commando Ken

    Having researched the market and looked at most induction hobs of 6,000 and 6,600 wattsI came across this one. 7,200 watts and TWO flexible zones.IThis hob is fast, flexible, efficient and easy to pick up. It must be because I am a digitaldinosaur.

  10. Dainty Deb

    Recently renovated kitchen and replaced our rangemaster gas oven with this induction hob. We are so pleased with this product, it heats up really quickly and efficiently, no more burnt pans (or offerings) It is a pleasure to cook on. It is easy to clean and looks really smart and modern. Would recommend.

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