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whats the best 36" induction cooktop?

Posted by chinchette (My Page) on
Mon, May 5, 14 at 12:36

I may have to replace my De Detrich 309 36" cooktop. I am used to the timers on each hob, and large center hob. Afraid nothing can compete with it. Any suggestions?


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RE: whats the best 36" induction cooktop?

Bosch and Miele have the timers, but beyond that I have no suggestions.


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RE: whats the best 36" induction cooktop?

miele also has large center hob...

i have it and love it...many GWers have this and also have good things to say about it. i do remember a post where a person was having a hard time with the touch on each hob but i think that's the only negative i've heard/read about it....

precise temps & easy to clean


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RE: whats the best 36" induction cooktop?

I will have to check the specs and see if they are as powerful as my old one.


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I have a Bosch 30". I wouldn't rely on specs, but on 'real world'. If you'd like, I'll time how long it takes to boil 3 or 4 qts of water.


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I think most all the inductions cooktops are pretty powerful and fast nowadays.

I use the BOE units to measure how fast my Electrolux Icon can boil water and it is approximately 3.75499 & 5/16's BOE's.

Gary


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RE: whats the best 36" induction cooktop?

Thanks, what is a BOE?


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BOE = "Blinks of Eye" (LOL)

Gary


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