Induction Gas Combination Cooktop

spaganoAugust 25, 2012

Hello. I searched but couldn't find many pictures. Apologies if this has been beat to death and I manged to miss it. I am in the very early stages of building a new home and have been gathering information. I'm very interested in induction but do love my gas cooktop. I'm not a facny or adventurous cook (although sometimes I give it a try and it turns out OK) but do would like to be at some point!

Does anyone have either the Bertazzoni PM363IOX induction/gas cooktop or the Gaggenau Modular? If so, could you share some pictures please? I've found some online but they all seem to be dealer shots.

Thanks!

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Annie Deighnaugh

About the only things I can't do on an induction that could be done on gas is roast peppers and tilt the pan to pick up flames for flambe. Otherwise, induction is superior to gas IMO as I can get the heat lower and higher than I could with gas yet have as much immediate control as I had with gas, and at more energy efficiency.

    Bookmark   August 25, 2012 at 9:30PM
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darbuka

Wolf also has gas and induction modules

Here is a link that might be useful: Wolf gas & induction modules

    Bookmark   August 25, 2012 at 9:56PM
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SparklingWater

We have at least one gas burners aficionado and at least one forward thinking induction interested cook in our house. We loose electricity at the drop of a summer or winter windy snow storm, often without it for many long days. Hence can't give up gas.

This combo cooktop or modules sounds like a viable option. I've reviewed Wolf's modules, but don't like how they sit separately in your counter top. I can't imagine the fabricator's job if I understand their placements.

Does any one have either the Wolf, Berta or Gagg modules/cooktop and willing to weigh in? If you do, are you pleased and would you buy them again? Pictures are welcomed. Thanks so much.

    Bookmark   January 21, 2013 at 7:45PM
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MarinaGal

Sparklingwater - I have a 15" Wolf induction and a 30" Thermador gas cooktop installed side by side. It really wasn't a problem for the fabricators. If you are interested in a photo of this particular configuration (not exactly what you are considering) I will post one. I don't mind how they look, but my decision to install both was a practical one. I really like the Wolf induction so far - but it's only been installed for a couple of weeks.

    Bookmark   January 21, 2013 at 9:56PM
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