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Double oven amd induction hob recommendations

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Somanyillustrations Fri 07-Apr-17 07:11:43

I'm kitchen planning this week for my new build, and have hit a brick wall with appliance shopping- so much choice!

I need recommendations for an eye level double oven please smile

Also, I'm looking for a 5 zone induction hob- does anyone have one that they love?

Ta1kinPeace Fri 07-Apr-17 17:57:06

will you really be cooking with 5 pans at once ?

I love my Neff stuff

jojosapphire Fri 07-Apr-17 19:56:34

Im also double oven shopping and currently leaning towards hotpoint with catalitic liners....
We will possibly get our induction hob from ikea, but dont think they do 5 zone.

namechangedtoday15 Fri 07-Apr-17 20:54:08

Another recommendation for Neff (although my induction hob is only 4 rings). I have 2 single ovens side by side which is fab.

Sinkingfeeling Fri 07-Apr-17 21:11:29

I have the same arrangement as name changed, highly recommend it.

SnowGlobes Fri 07-Apr-17 23:05:46

We had 2 normal size Neff ovens side by side in our old house which were fab (self cleaning etc). Our Neff induction hob also had 5 (kind of) zones. We never used all 5 at the same time but 2 of them overlapped making a large area which was very handy for cooking trays etc or a long griddle pan. We put these in 8 years ago and all still working well when we sold our house last year. You can also get the Neff ovens with a slide away door.

Westcountrygemini Sat 08-Apr-17 00:03:59

Agree with PP, Neff induction and ovens, brilliant.

kmini Sat 08-Apr-17 08:28:54


Somanyillustrations Sat 08-Apr-17 09:40:25

Thanks all! Seems like Neff is the way to go. Unfortunately we don't have anywhere to put 2 singles side by side. We did think about stacking them, but realised that we do use the small oven in the current double quite a lot: things like heating bread rolls, when we wouldn't need to heat a full size oven.

Re: the 5 rings, DH quite makes stock/soup whilst making another meal, so he is often jugglin pots!

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