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Logik induction hob under £134.99 delivered @ Currys

£134.99 @ Currys
Add LOGIK10 promo in checkout for additional 10% off. Code ends tonight. Hurry! Couldn't find any reviews but other Logik induction models seem well received. :) Free delivery. TCB or quidco …
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Add LOGIK10 promo in checkout for additional 10% off. Code ends tonight. Hurry!

Couldn't find any reviews but other Logik induction models seem well received. :)

Free delivery.

TCB or quidco too. :)
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#1
HOT

Be aware though induction hobs do not work with every type of pan.
#2
Just missed out on this!
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At a long time induction owner...

Yes, you need GOOD QUALITY Stainless steel pans, Lidl/Aldi are (ironically), the amongst the best, as they are made to German spec and not the tatty UK Stainless Steel spec.

ProCook are also very good, but pricey.

The biggest issue with Induction is non stick, very few non stick formulas can handle induction - Lidl Pro Ceramic is the only one I have found so far.
Dont buy alu with a steel plate insert to make it work with induction, I have tried a few and they are very bad at heating up; on a proper steel pan I need 30% power to fry, on an insert model of the same size it takes full power.

As for this hob, 9 power levels isnt ideal; it will be difficult to control frying/simmering; and the price isnt anything special, perhaps £10 cheaper than buying from Ikea.

16+ power levels is best.

Also be aware, people with pace makers shouldnt use - or be anywhere near them.

Edited By: Gentle_Giant on Jan 04, 2017 09:16
#4
Gentle_Giant
At a long time induction owner...
Yes, you need GOOD QUALITY Stainless steel pans, Lidl/Aldi are (ironically), the amongst the best, as they are made to German spec and not the tatty UK Stainless Steel spec.
ProCook are also very good, but pricey.
The biggest issue with Induction is non stick, very few non stick formulas can handle induction - Lidl Pro Ceramic is the only one I have found so far.
Dont buy alu with a steel plate insert to make it work with induction, I have tried a few and they are very bad at heating up; on a proper steel pan I need 30% power to fry, on an insert model of the same size it takes full power.
As for this hob, 9 power levels isnt ideal; it will be difficult to control frying/simmering; and the price isnt anything special, perhaps £10 cheaper than buying from Ikea.
16+ power levels is best.
Also be aware, people with pace makers shouldnt use - or be anywhere near them.
Thanks for the tips! 8)
#5
Gentle_Giant
At a long time induction owner...
Yes, you need GOOD QUALITY Stainless steel pans, Lidl/Aldi are (ironically), the amongst the best, as they are made to German spec and not the tatty UK Stainless Steel spec.
ProCook are also very good, but pricey.
The biggest issue with Induction is non stick, very few non stick formulas can handle induction - Lidl Pro Ceramic is the only one I have found so far.
Dont buy alu with a steel plate insert to make it work with induction, I have tried a few and they are very bad at heating up; on a proper steel pan I need 30% power to fry, on an insert model of the same size it takes full power.
As for this hob, 9 power levels isnt ideal; it will be difficult to control frying/simmering; and the price isnt anything special, perhaps £10 cheaper than buying from Ikea.
16+ power levels is best.
Also be aware, people with pace makers shouldnt use - or be anywhere near them.

Thanks for the advice! On another note, am considering trying to get a model with the bridging feature, any thoughts on this / experience?
#6
having had an induction for just over a couple of years i wouldn't again and next replace it will be gone, the inability to simmer anything properly does my head in
it should be illegal to call the setting timer "power level" as it does not set the power used like a normal electric ring does, it sets the time or percentage that the ring will remain on for.
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HellRazer
Gentle_Giant
At a long time induction owner...
Yes, you need GOOD QUALITY Stainless steel pans, Lidl/Aldi are (ironically), the amongst the best, as they are made to German spec and not the tatty UK Stainless Steel spec.
ProCook are also very good, but pricey.
The biggest issue with Induction is non stick, very few non stick formulas can handle induction - Lidl Pro Ceramic is the only one I have found so far.
Dont buy alu with a steel plate insert to make it work with induction, I have tried a few and they are very bad at heating up; on a proper steel pan I need 30% power to fry, on an insert model of the same size it takes full power.
As for this hob, 9 power levels isnt ideal; it will be difficult to control frying/simmering; and the price isnt anything special, perhaps £10 cheaper than buying from Ikea.
16+ power levels is best.
Also be aware, people with pace makers shouldnt use - or be anywhere near them.
Thanks for the advice! On another note, am considering trying to get a model with the bridging feature, any thoughts on this / experience?

Mine has bridging, but it is rarely used; usually only when the REALLY big frying pan comes out.

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