AEG stand for quality, innovation and great cooking across all their appliances, especially their hobs. Offering only the best of the best, the manufacturer provides only ceramic and induction models to ensure your kitchen looks as stylish as possible. But if you think beauty is the only asset to AEG’s electric hobs you’d be mistaken. These appliances, though they may look very similar, offer different things for different people.
AEG Electric Hobs
Take the HK614010BB for example. This hob offers the strong capabilities of ceramic cooking with easy cleaning, but it also comes with easy grip controls which are simple to use even with wet hands. It boasts a residual heat indicator which lets you know when the hob is cool enough to touch or wipe down, making sure you won’t accidentally burn yourself.
If you’re looking for stylish touch controls take a good look at the HK634060XB which is even easier to clean because it’s completely, utterly and totally flat. There are literally no tiny spaces for crumbs to get caught in and let bacteria breed. This hob also benefits from an extended zone which allows you to use longer pans such as fish kettles. Another zone has a double ring which means you can give your cooking a power boost when you need a little extra oomph.
But if you’re looking for the height of technology look no further than Induction hobs, they are 90-95% energy efficient because they use electromagnets to only heat the base of the pan so very little energy is wasted. With the rising costs of electricity this level of energy saving can only be a good thing. To help keep your family safe this hob also has a child safety lock as well as an anti-overflow protection which means your pans will never boil over again.
What you get with all AEG hobs is the reassurance that you’ve chosen a quality appliance. The German engineering that goes into these appliances offers phenomenal levels of craftsmanship that no one can deny.
With the rising costs of electricity this level of energy saving can only be a good thing.