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    A range of sizes and a variety of burners, all powered by gas.

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    Electric hobs with the latest induction tech, for instant heat and safer cooking.

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    Electric hobs with a smooth ceramic surface.

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    Solid Plate
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    Great value electric hobs with sturdy, solid plates.

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    A sleek hob with a cooker hood built into its surface.

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    Electric vs Gas

    We offer both electric and gas hobs, so it’ll be super-easy to replace your existing model. However, if you are looking to change fuel types, make sure to look at our measurement guide to check you have everything to make the switch.

    If it’s a gas hob you’re looking for, you could choose a standard model with open flames or a gas on glass model. On the flip side, with an electric hob you’ll have choice between classic solid plate and ceramic hobs, or a modern and convenient induction hob.

    A ceramic hob works by warming up the ceramic plates, which in turn heat the pan. Whereas, Induction hobs use magnets to directly heat the pan, making them safer (as the hob itself never heats up), more efficient and effortless to clean.

    Hobs generally have 4 burners, but we do also offer compact, 2 burner models for smaller kitchens, as well as larger hobs with 5 or 6 burners. Induction hobs even have flexible zones, which are perfect for cooking bigger dishes.

    Go to our buying guide for help finding the perfect model for your kitchen. And, when you’re ready to start shopping, head to our deals or best hob pages. Cooking can create a lot of steam, so make sure you have a cooker hood too.