Induction hobs were a mystery to me. I understood gas and electric…visible transfer of heating. No mystery.
I now know induction hobs cause the base of a pan to heat up by causing an electric current in the base. The pan needs to have a special base. All of mine did already. You can test with a magnet to see if yours are. If they are not I'd change or at least plan a slow change to work towards induction hob cooking. It is that good.
The heat is instant, easily controlled and place a pan on the hob and watch it boil in seconds. You can also control low heat accurately and get a fast response. None of this faffing waiting for something to boil or waiting for it to cool to a simmer…instant (well very rapid) response. The surface is smooth and easy to clean. It looks fab as well. What's not to like?