Customer Reviews — Samsung NA75J3030AS 75cm Gas Hob - Stainless Steel

Customer Reviews — Samsung NA75J3030AS 75cm Gas Hob - Stainless Steel

Samsung NA75J3030AS 75cm Gas Hob - Stainless Steel
  • 5 burner gas hob gives you lots of room to cook
  • Automatic ignition for instant heat
  • Sturdy, durable cast iron pan supports
  • Easy-to-use knob controls
  • Dimensions (cm) - H9.8 x W75 x D51 - Learn more
4.9 / 5

Pretty and practical

Large cooking area. Easy to slide pans across the metal frame. The angled wok ring is removable (separate ring which sits on top of the frame), so should you wish to use the ‘mega burner’ for flat bottomed pots or pans you don’t need to perform a precarious balance act The dials/knobs are chunky and solid, the metal frame dips lower in the area in front of the knobs so you don’t need to worry about burning your hands when adjusting the gas (or worry less maybe, if you’re clumsy like me)

Great hob

Great hob, looks sleak. It's nice having the 5th burner to one side so you can still use some of the other burners.

looks great and built well

Looks great, delivered quickly and good solid product with cast iron pan holders. really like the fact that I can fit all sizes of pans on easily. the layout allows me to use a wok alongside other pans (which I couldn't on the style I had before that had the largest ring in the middle of the 5).
Jill Govier

Decent Hobs

Decent no frills set of hobs which look great in a Kitchen. Easy to clean and gives great heat with good control.

Gas hob

Amazing product so easy to use and to clean, looks fab in my kitchen going to order an oven and microwave and fridge freezer next.
Annette Cox

Really worth the money

Best product to buy, no fitting hassle. Delivery Guy was very good Only suggestion electric wire connection needs to be bit longer! Happy purchase and Ao is fantastic

Great Design

Really smart looking, easy to use and great design. Really good idea to have the large ring on one side, makes it much easier to make the most of the space.
Sara Patterson

Works fine, a pain to clean, buy another one unless you use a wok a lot.

We've had this three months now so feel I can write a meaningful review (at least better than "it looks nice in my kitchen"). The hob installed after the installers increased the size of the cut-out in our worktop (from a 4 burner hob) very slightly. Although I'd checked carefully that the tiled area on the wall behind where the hob would reach was big enough, I was slightly worried when I realised that there was a switch on the wall which was close to the "hot zone". In the end it was just OK, but it's worth checking all this carefully if changing a hob. When we chose this hob, we thought we were being clever choosing one with the wok burner to the side. We thought this would mean that the other burners would be less obstructed. True, but only when you use the wok burner. The rest of the time, the space around the 4 main burners is smaller on this type of hob than it would be on one where the wok burner is central. So...unless you cook with athe wok burner all the time, you're better off getting another hob. The burners light easily and everything feels decent quality. Like every other hob we've tried, it's difficult to turn down the burners low enough for a low simmer sometimes. On "low" these burners seem more powerful than our old hob. We resort to turning past "max" towards "off" where it's possible to get a very low flame, but only by making minute adjustments and hoping you don't go too far and the flame goes out. The safety cut out at least means that this is safe to do on this hob. Truth be told, we didn't want a stainless steel hob, but since fashion dictates that there are no 5 burner white enamelled ones, we had no choice. Cleaning is predictably a pain in the wotsit compared to an enamelled hob. Samsung are no help saying only not to use caustic cleaners. The stainless part is actually not too bad (Ecover kitchen spray with a microfibre (+ another to dry) seems to handle it) without needing specialist cleaners. The burners and caps are another matter. The shiny burners are already looking worse for wear after bit of burnt on pasta water. And the shinyness goes dull if you leave them too long in normal (Ecover) washing up liquid and water. The caps and the cast stands have burnt on marks as well, but these are less obvious on the dark grey. HOT TIP: get the serial number from the hob, before it's fitted. It's underneath (smart thinking by Samsung). The manual says it's needed to register the warrranty. I had fun and games over multiple emails and phone calls with Samsung trying to find anyone who could understand this basic issue and provide a solution (even after ao stepped in and provided details to Samsung).