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    Customer Reviews - AEG Electric Cooker with Induction Hob - Black - A/A Rated

    Customer Reviews - AEG Electric Cooker with Induction Hob - Black - A/A Rated

    AEG CIB6742ACB Electric Cooker with Induction Hob - Black - A/A Rated
    • 2 ovens give you lots of flexible cooking space
    • Induction hob for fast, responsive cooking
    • Second electric oven has a handy grill setting
    • Grease-proof enamel coating makes oven cleaning easy
    • Dimensions (cm) - H91.2 x W60 x D60
    4.8 / 5

    Quality cooker from a brand you can trust.

    Really well made cooker, the quality shines through and it cooks to perfection. 2 things I would mention, firstly the knobs are a little cheap and hard to read and if you put the grill on 3 it tends to burn before cooking. Great for cooking fast or cheese on toast but you want your sausages cooked on the inside too. Not a complaint, more an observation. This is a quality cooker that does the job.
    Simon Louis

    Lovely cooker and great service

    Our first exploration into induction hob cooking having moved to a new house with no gas supply. Cooker looks great and we're very happy with the functionality. Great service from AO as well.
    Gill Woods

    An excellent cooker.

    An excellent cooker. We have moved from gas to electricity and are amazed at the speed and efficiency of this cooker. The induction hob is so fast and the ovens are very efficient. It is very well engineered and looks good as well in the kitchen. Highly recommended.
    Michael Swain

    Lots of different settings for cooking

    The two ovens have several different settings. It's not a simple case of off and on. I know it's going to take some getting used to, but being able to change who the cooker heats up will help to reduce how much electricity is used when cooking. This was an expensive cooker, in my opinion, but hopefully it will have been worth it if it saves on energy going forward. There is an interesting "steam bake" setting, when I haven't used yet, but am excited to see what kind of bakes this can give me. The claim is that it will give a bake that moist on the inside and crispy on the outside. Don't forget that you may need new pots and pans to use the induction hob. If you're not sure if your old pots and pans are suitable you just need to check if they are magnetic on the bottom. We forgot and now only have one pan we can use, but it is a great excuse for some new kitchen ware.
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