Cheapest Freestanding Induction Hob Cooker? Indesit ID6IVS2A £397.94 Delivered @ Argos
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Cheapest Freestanding Induction Hob Cooker? Indesit ID6IVS2A £397.94 Delivered @ Argos

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Found 11th Dec 2015
I've just moved and there is no gas at my new property so the next best thing is Induction for me, I have been looking for an induction cooker and came across this, looks identical to a Hotpoint model but costs quite a lot less!

I was just about to order a Zanussi or AEG but spotted this, so having a good think about it

Specs are:

The Indesit ID6IVS2A double oven freestanding cooker comes in a professional anthracite finish. With Induction hob cooking and a grill included in the top oven.

Induction cooking: induction hobs bring the power of magnetic fields directly under your pans for fast, safe, energy efficient cooking.

Catalytic liners.
Electronic clock.
Timer.
Catalytic liners.
Double glazed.
Interior light.
Main oven:

2 shelves.
74 litre usable capacity.
Energy efficiency rating B.
Energy consumption 1.14kWh.
Second oven:

1 shelf.
42 litre usable capacity.
Energy efficiency rating B.
Energy consumption 0.96kWh.
Hob:

Induction hob.
4 cooking zones - .
Touch controls for precise cooking management.
Grill:

Electric, full width grill.
Combined with top oven.
General information:

All Electric cookers must be hard wired and fitted by a qualified registered electrician.
Size H90, W60, D60cm.
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Good price,... but I'd rather recommend the AEG or Zanussi...
Also need to add £100+ onto your costs as need buy (unless already got) some induction pans as normal pans don't work on induction hobs
I prefer to keep my hob separate from the oven, with an all-in-one, a failure of either part means you need to replace the lot. Induction tech is still fairly new, I had a first gen hob that barely lasted 2 years, and cost nearly as much as this whole hob/oven combo.

Ré pans, I bought ProCook, and although the saucepans are pretty good, the frying pan sucked, if you want to fry, the only frying pans I have found that work well are the Lidl "Ernesto" pans with the ceramic "Pro" non-stick coating (black with white speckles), normal non-stick, including the bog standard Ernesto non stick, cant take the heat from an induction hob and burn through.

Freestanding is my only option in this place, I'm going to go for the Zanussi, yeah I will need some pans, I had an induction hob in my caravan and that was fussy about pans, from memory half the pans from home wouldn't work.

Captain_Cretin

I prefer to keep my hob separate from the oven, with an all-in-one, a … I prefer to keep my hob separate from the oven, with an all-in-one, a failure of either part means you need to replace the lot. Induction tech is still fairly new, I had a first gen hob that barely lasted 2 years, and cost nearly as much as this whole hob/oven combo.Ré pans, I bought ProCook, and although the saucepans are pretty good, the frying pan sucked, if you want to fry, the only frying pans I have found that work well are the Lidl "Ernesto" pans with the ceramic "Pro" non-stick coating (black with white speckles), normal non-stick, including the bog standard Ernesto non stick, cant take the heat from an induction hob and burn through.


Better pray it doesn't break down. Indesit guarantees are worthless. Check out the Indesit/Hotpoint/Creda (same cowboys) Facebook pages and Trust pilot
uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk

Edited by: "Moneyspider" 12th Dec 2015
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