With an AO Aftercare Protection Plan, you can relax in the knowledge that there's help at hand should your product break down.
We like to do things differently at AO and that's why we've teamed up with Domestic & General, the leading provider of appliance breakdown and warranty protection in the UK, to offer you a bespoke AO Aftercare Protection Plan with amazing features and benefits:
You'll pay nothing for approved repairs to fix breakdowns, or faults or damage caused by accident
Unlimited call outs at no extra charge
Hassle free access to a network of manufacturer- approved engineers
A UK customer care team available 365 days a year
No set up fee and no excess to pay on breakdown
You could get a brand new replacement product if yours can't be fixed
Low monthly payments; ability to cancel at any time
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We’ll deliver any product to your home, 7 days a week and even the next day.
We schedule deliveries from 7am until 7pm.
You can choose a paid morning or afternoon delivery timeslot when you checkout.
Free delivery is also available.
We’ll text you a 4 hour timeslot on the morning of your delivery.
We'll give you your driver’s number just in case there are any issues.
Your driver will attempt to call you when they're on the way.
△ The earliest delivery date may vary based on your postcode.
Connection £ 99.99
Get your new hob fitted the same day it’s delivered. Our engineers will disconnect your old appliance before getting your new one set up. We'll give your new appliance a full health check to ensure it’s safe and ready to use straight away.
Disposal £ 9.99
when you buy this product
We’ll email you the claim form after your delivery. Just fill it in and we’ll transfer the money directly to your account.
Automatically shuts off when not in use for safety
Easy to use dial controls
Modern stainless steel frame
Dimensions (cm) - H4.3 x W29 x D51
Domino induction hob saves money and space. The Zanussi ZEI3921IBA has two separate induction heat zones and measures just 30cm wide. Really handy whether you’re short on worktop space in your kitchen, or you just want to add extra heat zones to your existing hob setup. Induction hobs use magnets, rather than normal heating elements to get your pan hot. It uses far less energy as it doesn’t allow heat to escape around the sides of your pan. Very useful for saving money and it even means your food cooks faster too. It’s a great way to try out induction cooking without committing to a full size hob.
This has no child safety lock, so we have to switch it off between uses. It takes about a minute to get ready to use, after turning on.
Sometimes it works, sometimes it simply stops, part way through cooking. But the light is still on, so you don't know.
Sometimes it's quiet. Sometimes there's a loud, slow, irritating clicking noise.
Sometimes it works with cast iron pans (it should). Sometimes it chooses to pretend it can't heat the same pan it heated the day before.
The metallic rim is so high that it restricts the cooking space. You can't cook a family-sized pan and a second pan, unless the second pan is tiny.
So, it's got to go back.
And the best bit? I now have to get an electrician in to remove the rubbish one and fit a new one. And guess who has to pay for that...
Please do yourself a favour and avoid this hob.
Male, Under 18, Single from
Consistency of heating4
Ease of Cleaning4
Ease of Use5
I am delighted with this Zanussi Domino Induction Hob. We have used an Induction Hob for the last 16 years, but one of the two rings decided to pack in. Unfortunately the German make was no longer available as the Company had folded.
We were stuck with a fixed aperture in the worktop, which seemed to be accurate for this particular hob. I even made an initial mistake of ordering the wrong type of hob (Halogen), but AO were very good to replace it with what we wanted.
We have now used the Induction Hob for a few days and are very happy with the results. One very big plus is the ability to reduce the power down to simmer levels, so the controls are excellent.
It is quieter than it's predecessor, and so I am a bit flummoxed about earlier reviews.
If you have used Induction Hobs in the past, you will never go back to anything else in terms of controllability & economy.
For a short time I bought a plug-in Induction Hob to tide us over. That was okay, but no way could you reduce power to simmer. My wife & I both love cooking and I hope this new aquistion helps. Although my wife would prefer the more powerful ring closer than the other way round...