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Wolf Magic Hob - 1200w freestanding induction hob, £19.99 + £3.99 del. £23.98

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The Wolf Magic Hob is a superb smart looking, compact cooking hob which is totally safe, reliable and simple to use. Switch it on, test it with your hand - it stays cold. It only heats when a stee…
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The Wolf Magic Hob is a superb smart looking, compact cooking hob which is totally safe, reliable and simple to use.

Switch it on, test it with your hand - it stays cold. It only heats when a steel, stainless steel or copper pan / kettle or pot* is placed on top, making it so incredibly safe - Unbelievable but absolutely true.

Using a special high frequency induction system, the Wolf Magic Hob produces 1200 watts of heating power efficiently and instantly when a pan is placed on it

As the Wolf Magic Hob does not have a traditional heating element, you avoid getting burnt. Yes - the Wolf Magic Hob ceramic top plate starts cooling immediately the second a pan or kettle is removed. It only warms to the temperature of the contents of the pan, no more.
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#1
I'm tempted. This is just the job for heating a pan of something to go with a BBQ.
#2
Just be careful that you have the right sort of saucepans before you buy, or be aware that you might need to get something new. They need to be ferrous and attract a magnet. See the video in the link.
#3
Stainless steel pans should work as well - stainless being non-magnetic as everyone knows. ;)
#4
Etadeu;5030485
stainless being non-magnetic as everyone knows. ;)
Depends what type of stainless!
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Etadeu
Stainless steel pans should work as well - stainless being non-magnetic as everyone knows. ;)


Hey, chesso is right: be careful! There are plenty of stainless steel pans which don't work, as well as some that do.

The key is the base - it should be made of (or contain a sandwich layer of) ferrous material. That is, material which attracts a magnet!

It sounds like a great buy - when they first became available as single zone units I recall they sold for around £ 150.00!

Happy cooking
#6
pibpob;5030612
Depends what type of stainless!

That's true! :thumbsup:
#7
Looks a bit too small and unsafe - prefer the Judge PORTABLE INDUCTION HOB
#8
How is it powered!? There's no indication on the site...1200w from what?
#9
fatreg
How is it powered!? There's no indication on the site...1200w from what?


An alternating magnetic field generated from below the cooking zone. This flips the ferrous (iron) molecules every time it goes from south to north and vice-versa. The frequency is so high that it generates heat from the friction caused within the base of the pan

Cheers
#10
fatreg
How is it powered!? There's no indication on the site...1200w from what?


Oh, I might have misread - you mean what provides the power? It's mains electric - just plug it in.
:)
#11
1200watt is pretty low power for one of these, i think my own is around 1800watt, also no mention if it has a timer or not but i love the one that i have so will maybe be tempted to buy one of these also
#12
I was impressed at first by the post, having used many WOLF appliances in the past (WOLF and wolf.tv are not connected in anyway, ones top end I guess the other is low end). Although Ive never seen a induction hob that requires a sensor button (little white thing in the middle) to activate heat.

Also, one point to note, whilst its probably the same with a few table top cookers, the controls on this look extremely close to the edge, and whilst the hob itself doesnt warm up the hot pan is a few MM away from the controls. Watch your fingers!!!

Also having done the "half a frying pan, and a piece of chocolate" to demonstrate these type of appliances in showrooms, Im unsure why the fella in the video doesnt hold his hand flat down on the plate for the rest of the link. These should be cold enough to touch not too warm to hold your hand on!

Oh, and if you are to try and show your friends how good these types of hobs are, make sure your not wearing any ferrous rings etc...

The hob runs off a standard 3 pin socket, so unless your camping on a site with electricity you may need to take a geny!!

"CHEAP" hob, think you get what you pay for.
#13
Kitmania
An alternating magnetic field generated from below the cooking zone. This flips the ferrous (iron) molecules every time it goes from south to north and vice-versa. The frequency is so high that it generates heat from the friction caused within the base of the pan

Cheers


very well put
#14
fatreg
How is it powered!? There's no indication on the site...1200w from what?


A plug.:whistling:
#15
Now we're cooking with gas

Good Deal
#16
-=blootoon=-;5030740
1200watt is pretty low power for one of these, i think my own is around 1800watt, also no mention if it has a timer or not but i love the one that i have so will maybe be tempted to buy one of these also

I'd agree with that - the smallest ring on my induction hob is 1200W. Suitable for cooking small amounts in a small pan, but otherwise only good for keeping things warm. The largest ring on my hob by comparison is 3600W.

Ikea do some cheap ranges of pans that will be compatible with this. The vast majority of budget pans will be aluminium and won't work.
#17
with safety in mind , this seems perfect for camping , or barbys , thanks op
#18
This looks a great price! I've just bought a Belling Pronto stand alone induction hob for £66 and I thought I'd got a good deal as it came with a pan and cast griddle! This makes me feel like I was done! :)
#19
What idiot designed this.
The controls are stupidly close to the pan - meaning there is the risk of burning your hand every time you use it.

Great price though
#20
Yes, after a few near misses I think you'd probably get into the habit of removing the pan before adjusting the controls.

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