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    Customer Reviews — AEG 59cm Induction Hob - Black

    Customer Reviews — AEG 59cm Induction Hob - Black

    AEG IKE64450XB 59cm Induction Hob - Black
    £549
    • 4 induction zones, for safe responsive cooking
    • Hob heats your pans and not the surface to save energy
    • Quickly heats the hob to its highest temperature
    • Detects the pan size to provide the perfect heat level
    • Dimensions (cm) - H4.4 x W59 x D52 - Learn more
    4.9 / 5
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    Glad I got the bridge function

    4/5
    Amazed at the power and speed compared to my old electric hob. Love the power boost, Use it every time to get the pan going. Will take a little bit of getting used to, especially as I keep activating the lock when I pull the pan too far forward. I got the bridging version so I could use big pans on either side. Only negative is that space-wise it will only take 4 small (22cm)pans or 2 large pans at any one time.

    Hob review.

    5/5
    Hob is a smart piece if kit. Looks good, a fairly intuitive layout of controls. We like the steel edging as previon induction hobs have chipped quite easily. Have not AEG appliances befire but this seems good for a mid range/budget appliance

    New hob

    5/5
    First foray into induction hobs, previously ceramic. Amazing product. So responsive.

    Great hob

    5/5
    Went from ceramic to induction, this one is awesome. Heats up super quick! Happy with the purchase, just be careful that it scratches easily so best to get a silicon hob cover

    Nice induction hob

    4/5
    The design of this looks great. The metal finish gives it a sleek look. It’s my first induction job and was surprised at how quick it works to heat food. The bridge function is fine. Not sure how useful it will really be. I was surprised to learn that induction jobs make a buzzing, humming sound. I originally thought the hob was broken. Apparently this is normal. Really wasn’t expecting this. Decided I can live with it, due to the faster cooking.

    New induction hob

    5/5
    Bought to replace old hob that kept tripping out. All good so far

    So good I bought it twice.

    5/5
    Previously I purchased the AEG HK654400FB and like any terrible DIYer I had a bit of a bit of set back and managed to drop a chisel on my shiney new induction hob and smashed it into a million pieces. This was a shame because it was very good. After much shouting and crying and after my wife pointed I should have carried out a risk assessment I proceeded to find a suitable replacement after I scraped together enough pennies again. I went through the same process of assessing all the available hobs and eventually came to the same conclusion i did last time after 2 days of searching the AEG is the best for the following reasons... The controls are excellent. The power is instant. It’s easy to clean with a little degreaser. The bridging function is fab for a Japanese grill. The timer function stops you over cooking things. It doesn’t chicken out when you use the power function over 2 pans like other power limited induction hobs. A good set of pans are a must, stainless with an aluminium core ideally. A fab product worth your money twice over.

    A VERY GOOD OVEN

    5/5
    THIS OVEN IS THE BEST WE HAVE HAD IN A NUMBER OF YEARS WE HAD A HOOVER OVEN BEFORE THIS ONE WE HAVE HAD IT REPAIRED FOUR TIMES THANK YOU
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