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Induction hobs

Stylish and easy to clean, induction hobs are designed to be practical and efficient at the same time. The induction technology transfers energy directly into magnetic cookware, making them energy-efficient and fast to heat up. We even have a portable induction hob too, that you can take on the go!

The hustle and bustle of everyday life can be stressful, so when you get home after a long day, you want cooking to be as stress-free as possible. 

Large pans of pasta, soups and sauces can boil and bubble over in minutes. With an induction hob you can cook meals quickly and safely, without the hassle and mess of a regular hob. Induction technology also means there’s no risk of little ones burning their hands on a hotplate. 

Instead of transferring heat from hob to pan or pot, an induction hob heats your cookware directly. The hob stays almost completely cold, as induction focuses the heat directly on the base of your pan or pot. 

Induction hobs for every home and cooking need 

You’ll find a variety of models with different features in our range of induction hobs and cooktops. 

Induction hobs with a bridging function let you connect two cooking zones to make one large one. It’s a handy feature if you regularly use large or odd-sized pots or pans. An induction hob with flexible zones gives you just as much versatility when cooking, as it lets you use the flexible heating zones together and separately. Giving you freedom to adapt your hob to pots and pans of all shapes and sizes. 

If you have a smaller cooking area, but still want an innovative solution with the latest features, we recommend the portable induction hob. It’s easy to move around and it can be stowed away when you're not using it to free up space. 

Which pans and pots can I use for induction hobs? 

To cook on an induction hob, you’ll need to use a particular type of pot and pan. They need to have a flat base made of ferrous or “magnetic” metal. This is a common feature among good quality cookware. Always look for the coil symbol on the base to make sure you pick the right ones. See all our induction pots and pans

Cooking tips with an induction hob 

Induction hobs heat up cookware quickly for fast and effective cooking. Because of this speed, we recommend you prepare and chop up all your ingredients before heating up the pan or pot. An important tip to remember is not to heat cookware when it’s empty. If it overheats, it can become discoloured.