Bosch Serie 6 PCQ715B90E Built In Gas Hob - Brushed Steel £292 / £312 delivered @ bootskitchenappliances
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Bosch Serie 6 PCQ715B90E Built In Gas Hob - Brushed Steel £292 / £312 delivered @ bootskitchenappliances

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If i get the gas put back on this is the one i would get
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Nice. Same price at AO too.

Looking at one of these but cant decide gas or induction. I know gas is cheaper, but I have free electricity sometimes (solar)
I hate cleaning my gas hob.
I'd love this but we're lumbered by a crappy AEG hob and oven - which we've had nothing but trouble with.
Believe me. Avoid AEG like the plague. They AREN'T "German" and just Electrolux renamed
PhilK14 m ago

I'd love this but we're lumbered by a crappy AEG hob and oven - which …I'd love this but we're lumbered by a crappy AEG hob and oven - which we've had nothing but trouble with.Believe me. Avoid AEG like the plague. They AREN'T "German" and just Electrolux renamed



Bosch also sells cheap chinese rubbish now. They were good up to about the 90's.
BTW the wok ring looks terrible. The idea of wok cooking is that the heat source is in the centre and the lower heat at the outside. This ring is the wrong way by the looks. It needs a separate regulator for centre and outer ring.
Edited by: "pet2000" 21st Feb
Ceran (ceramic/glass) gas hobs are the way to go for cleaning gas hobs.

Still not perfect though, so if that's your priority go induction.
waterloo2 h, 0 m ago

If i get the gas put back on this is the one i would get



Not in debt again? In the fist pic centre and left burner on but knobs all on off.
hadfieldjohn10 m ago

Ceran (ceramic/glass) gas hobs are the way to go for cleaning gas …Ceran (ceramic/glass) gas hobs are the way to go for cleaning gas hobs.Still not perfect though, so if that's your priority go induction.



Had a black glass hob there the devil to keep clean , when wiping the worktop knocked a glass place-mat that shattered in to the hob leaving a nice chip in it, and then there's the scratches.
Edited by: "morrig" 21st Feb
morrig6 m ago

Not in debt again?


Its this site no its on but it was capped it off for a smeg electric hob years ago worst mistake i made as its terrible.
waterloo8 m ago

Its this site no its on but it was capped it off for a smeg electric …Its this site no its on but it was capped it off for a smeg electric hob years ago worst mistake i made as its terrible.



Thought for a min you might be getting slung in debtors prison, good to know not, had a Smeg gas hob loved it, the centre wok burner with its phosphor bronze centre lovely after a good clean.
Its funny your should say that as i live near here



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deleted154599821st Feb

Nice. Same price at AO too. Looking at one of these but cant decide gas or …Nice. Same price at AO too. Looking at one of these but cant decide gas or induction. I know gas is cheaper, but I have free electricity sometimes (solar)



Recently switched from gas to induction. There are some aspects of gas that I miss (being able to tilt pans and heat small areas to regulate heat if making scrambled eggs, sauces etc, while induction requires the pan be fully covering the electromagnet to generate heat), but the convenience of cleaning induction, coupled with the ridiculous heating speed (large pan of water from cold to boiling in sub-2 minutes) mean I have no regrets.

If you go for induction, look into the power of the unit (can it heat all pans at max output at the same time), and if you're buying a model with bridged zones (i.e if you want to use rectangular grill pans), then check if the magnet below covers the whole zone, or whether the bridge option just switches on the far and near electromagnets (my induction hob only does this, so a grill pan spanning two bridged zones doesn't heat up well in the middle and only at the top and bottom where the circular magnets are).
Looks like the RR of hobs. might get me to cook!
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Immoraliste1 h, 16 m ago

Recently switched from gas to induction. There are some aspects of gas …Recently switched from gas to induction. There are some aspects of gas that I miss (being able to tilt pans and heat small areas to regulate heat if making scrambled eggs, sauces etc, while induction requires the pan be fully covering the electromagnet to generate heat), but the convenience of cleaning induction, coupled with the ridiculous heating speed (large pan of water from cold to boiling in sub-2 minutes) mean I have no regrets. If you go for induction, look into the power of the unit (can it heat all pans at max output at the same time), and if you're buying a model with bridged zones (i.e if you want to use rectangular grill pans), then check if the magnet below covers the whole zone, or whether the bridge option just switches on the far and near electromagnets (my induction hob only does this, so a grill pan spanning two bridged zones doesn't heat up well in the middle and only at the top and bottom where the circular magnets are).


Hotpoint sell a 3 gas burners (1 is a wok burner) + 1 induction this might be a winner. best of both worlds then i guess.
nice looking
I've got this and my only gripe is they should have placed the rapid burner on the front row and the smallest one on the back.
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