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    NEFF FlexInduction Hobs

    Cook the way you want with NEFF’s fantastic range of induction hobs. These appliances are packed with top of the range tech such as the FlexInduction Zone. This special cooking space can be used for small and large pans alike to suit any type of dish.

    FlexInduction Zone

    The FlexInduction Zone is a large space that gives you lots of room for cooking. This adaptable zone can be used for lots of smaller pans or that large griddle or crock pot. So, whether you’re frying up a batch of juicy steaks or rustling up a fiery fajita spread, the FlexInduction Zone will suit all your cooking needs.

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    Induction zones

    Clever induction technology is the fastest, safest and most powerful way to cook your fresh food. It uses electromagnets that only heat up the base of your pans instead of the whole zone. This means your food is getting the full force of the heat for fast, powerful and even cooking. And because it only heats up the pan, it’s much safer for you and your family.


    NEFF’s innovative PowerMove technology creates the perfect cooking space on your hob. Once chosen it splits your hob into three zones with three different power levels. This means you can take that sizzling curry from a boil to a simmer with one seamless move.

    Touch controls

    The handy touch controls let you use your hob’s settings with ease. You can turn your hob on and off, increase and decrease the heat and select your zone all with a simple touch of a button.

    Auto Safety Shut Off

    Auto Safety Shut Off is a handy device that makes sure your hob is only on when you’re cooking. When a pan is not on an active zone it will let you know, if there is still no pan on the zone after this, it will automatically turn off for your safety. So, you won’t have to worry if you accidentally leave it after you’ve finished cooking.


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