If you’re in the market for innovation in your kitchen, look no further than Smeg. Their range of hobs are some of the most imaginative available in the white goods industry today. We’re talking about indoor barbecues, teppanyaki hotplates and the best of induction technology – not just your standard hob.
Smeg Electric Hobs
For true innovation on your worktop take a look at the PGF30B which allows you to barbecue indoors all year round. The cast iron supports give your food a real griddle effect. This hob can be installed alone or combined with other variations of this domino style hob.
If you’re a fan of Japanese cooking you’ll love the PGF30T teppenyaki hob. This is perfect for searing meats and vegetables at high temperatures, sealing in sumptuous flavour.
For more traditional cooking – boiling potatoes and the like – you’ve the choice of everything from solid plate hotplate hobs to easy-clean ceramic and eco-friendly induction technology. Plus you can choose from two to five burners on a number of different hobs depending on how often you use your hob and how many you cook for.
If you’re a fan of one pot meals the Classic PGF32I two zone induction hob could offer all the space you need. But if you often cook up multiple vegetables as well as gravy for the weekly roast dinner you’re more likely to need a four or five burner model.
All ceramic hobs from Smeg are made from Schott Ceran glass, a robust glass-ceramic cooktop that is resistant to abrupt temperature shocks. This material is so sturdy it won’t shatter, even if you accidentally drop a heavy pan on the glass.
So, that’s what you get from Smeg. Quality, innovation and style in your kitchen – tailored specifically to the size you require for your home.
All ceramic hobs from Smeg are made from Schott Ceran glass, a robust glass-ceramic cooktop that is resistant to abrupt temperature shocks.