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.
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Connection £ 109.99
Get your new hob fitted the same day it’s delivered. Our Gas Safe registered engineers will disconnect your old appliance before getting your new one set up. We'll give your new appliance a full health check and supply an official gas safety certificate. There are a few things worth checking first - find out more on our helpful gas installation page.
Disposal £ 14.99
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.
Modern design, excellent results. The ZGX65424XA built in gas hob from Zanussi will look great in your kitchen with its contemporary look as well as delivering amazing cooking results. The 4 burners vary in size and power to cater for different pan sizes and food types, whether you’re warming soup or flash frying steak. You can use a wok on the largest burner too, allowing you to whip up some delicious oriental dishes. The one touch ignition and control knobs are easy to use and you’re able to vary the flame to get the perfect temperature. For added safety, it’s got a flame failure safety device that will cut the gas supply if the flame goes out. You may also be glad to know it's LPG convertible.
When I bought this hob I was slightly worried because of lack of reviews/information/photos available... I bought it anyway so here's my contribution for others considering it.
This is probably the nicest gas hob I've ever had, in terms of both functionality and aesthetics. In other words, it looks fab and works great. See below for details.
For context, I'm used to gas hobs and for the last 10 years have used a Hygena sort of basic 4-burner one. There was no problem with that one but we sold our house and didn't like the one that came with the new house.
There are a few adjustments I had to make from the old (bog-standard) to new... everything runs just a bit hotter so cooking times are slightly quicker. I haven't had a problem with this but you have to pay attention and learn the new times.
The wok burner is great for using the wok. I was slightly worried by reports saying it's useless for anything but a wok. That's not strictly true, but you do have to adjust. I cooked pan-fried chicken breasts on it, and used the minimum setting to cook the chicken, plus shaving a couple of minutes off the time. Then used only a low, probably 1/3 of max, setting to reduce the pan sauce. On my old hob I would have had it up to max for that. The end result was fine ... chicken and sauce both cooked just right.
The configuration of the burners in the diamond - generally I like it. The control knobs don't get hot when you are cooking on the front burner. You can get 4 standard size pans (7-8 inch diameter) onto the four burners... When I cooked with the wok (12 inch diameter) on the wok burner I think the front and back burners were not really usable; I did the rice on the left burner and all worked fine.
Finally, the finish of the pan supports. I chose the enamel because of the lighter weight and ease of cleaning. They are fine for me. However, I do find that my lighter pans can slip around a bit, more than they did on my old hob (which was also enamel finish). The heavier pans, made of cast iron and cast aluminium, are fine and don't slide about. I think really this will depend on personal preference... the enamel ones are lighter and easier to clean, but the cast iron ones look wonderful and will keep lighter pans from slipping.
Generally I'd recommend this hob... it may require some adjustment to your usual practice. In particular the wok burner runs very hot and you will have to adjust to use it for other things... but with adjustment of habits it does work.
Oh and cleaning - wipe down daily with warm sudsy water and weekly with a stainless steel cleaner, so far that works fine.