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Samsung NA64H3030AS Gas Hob With Wok Support - Stainless Steel £89.99 Delivered @ Argos
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Samsung NA64H3030AS Gas Hob With Wok Support - Stainless Steel £89.99 Delivered @ Argos

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I've posted a couple of wider gas hobs with a wok burner in the middle section, but not really seen much on the smaller side. This one has "Wok Support" so that can be swapped out nice and easily.

Dimensions wise it's 60cm width x 51cm depth - Seems a nice, smart compromise if you don't have room for a wider model.

A few reviews here with some images of it reevoo.com/p/s…eel

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  • 4 cooking zones.
  • Burner power minimum 3.8 - maximum 10.1kw.
  • Automatic ignition.
  • Front-mounted controls.
  • Dial control.
  • Front mounted controls.
  • Wok support.
  • Cast iron pan supports.

Dimensions
  • Size W60, D51cm.
  • To fit aperture size W49, D5cm.

General information:
  • FSD compliant - stops gas flow once the flame is extinguised.
  • Adaptor kit not included.
  • Plug.
  • Hardwired.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year parts and labour guarantee.
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Jonnyblock09/07/2019 19:31

Are these easy to fit yourself?


It’s a gas hob. You need a gas safe person to install it!
deleted221065809/07/2019 23:14

What a lovely thing to keep clean// Electric is the only way to go


I'd much rather have a gas hob and spend a minute or two cleaning it than be stuck with electric.
Electric ovens. Gas hobs. Job done
Edited by: "spatter" 10th Jul
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Nice spot OP, now we're cooking on gas!!
Are these easy to fit yourself?
10kw! That must be combined power. 6kw for a wok burner is enough to almost melt a carbon wok!!
Jonnyblock09/07/2019 19:31

Are these easy to fit yourself?


It’s a gas hob. You need a gas safe person to install it!
Something to bear in mind, but it only if all your pans etc are flat bottom
Of course you can also replace all utensils with flat bottom ones....

Apart from that it should be a good one
Great deal
I wouldn't be without a wok burner
spatter09/07/2019 19:31

10kw! That must be combined power. 6kw for a wok burner is enough to …10kw! That must be combined power. 6kw for a wok burner is enough to almost melt a carbon wok!!


Nooo, I have a 15kw burner, pans fine.
Like another commentator said, only flat pans can be used and also larger job is on the back so splash back wall may get in the way!
How do you get free delivery?
i dont have collection available and the delivery is 12.95. can someone please respond with a proper answer.
spatter09/07/2019 19:31

10kw! That must be combined power. 6kw for a wok burner is enough to …10kw! That must be combined power. 6kw for a wok burner is enough to almost melt a carbon wok!!


Your round wok won't work well on this hob. The ring is far too big (like most so called "wok rings"). It will heat up the whole wok, while you only want the middle hot and the outside cooler.
Edited by: "pet2000" 9th Jul
As the work burner is on the back, any large size wok will touch the splash back and wont be able to sit centrally.
Dont know who designs these products, I've got a centre wok burner but if I use a wok or large pan in the centre I cant use any of the other burners properly unless they're small saucepan size. You need to look at what pots and pans you have and then buy a burner in my opinion, saves alot of problems and regrets afterwards
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What a lovely thing to keep clean// Electric is the only way to go
gmschuple09/07/2019 21:14

i dont have collection available and the delivery is 12.95. can someone …i dont have collection available and the delivery is 12.95. can someone please respond with a proper answer.


£106.94 if you buy on argos ebay
Time for them to release combo hobs more.. ie induction && gas alongside
deleted221065809/07/2019 23:14

What a lovely thing to keep clean// Electric is the only way to go


I'd much rather have a gas hob and spend a minute or two cleaning it than be stuck with electric.
Jonnyblock09/07/2019 19:31

Are these easy to fit yourself?


I installed my own and got a friend who is gas safe to hook up the gas line etc. It’s relatively easy to cut a hole in the counter, and then drop in the hob. Just make sure you get a gas safe person to hook up the gas lines though.
Zero professional chefs use electric hobs
spatter09/07/2019 19:31

10kw! That must be combined power. 6kw for a wok burner is enough to …10kw! That must be combined power. 6kw for a wok burner is enough to almost melt a carbon wok!!


I've seen a carbon wok melted once!!!
karlypants09/07/2019 19:45

It’s a gas hob. You need a gas safe person to install it!


You can install it but need a gas safe person to connect the gas line.
DisguisedApple10/07/2019 13:34

I installed my own and got a friend who is gas safe to hook up the gas …I installed my own and got a friend who is gas safe to hook up the gas line etc. It’s relatively easy to cut a hole in the counter, and then drop in the hob. Just make sure you get a gas safe person to hook up the gas lines though.


Someone’s already beaten me to it!
I just bought one last night..... Due for delivery Friday
gmschuple09/07/2019 21:14

i dont have collection available and the delivery is 12.95. can someone …i dont have collection available and the delivery is 12.95. can someone please respond with a proper answer.


LOL well you’ve clearly got to pay for delivery
gmschuple09/07/2019 21:14

i dont have collection available and the delivery is 12.95. can someone …i dont have collection available and the delivery is 12.95. can someone please respond with a proper answer.


Walk faster
Jonnyblock09/07/2019 19:31

Are these easy to fit yourself?


You need a drill 8mm or bigger and a jigsaw ( Not a puzzle ).

It should come with a template for your worktop. Mark out, then drill a hole into the worktop faceside up, then use the jigsaw to cut out the hole, most jigsaws cut on the pull of the blade so to get a clean cut cut it faceside down.

The hob unit itself will usually have 4 or more adjustable screws that have washers with teeth that will bite into the bottom of the worktop and hold it in place.

Hope this helps.

Then take peoples advice get a GAS registered engineer to connect the pipe.
gmschuple09/07/2019 21:14

i dont have collection available and the delivery is 12.95. can someone …i dont have collection available and the delivery is 12.95. can someone please respond with a proper answer.


You cant?...
karlypants09/07/2019 19:45

It’s a gas hob. You need a gas safe person to install it!


I fitted mine my self was easy no need to lay for gas safe if you know what ur doing .
surnjit10/07/2019 16:46

I fitted mine my self was easy no need to lay for gas safe if you know …I fitted mine my self was easy no need to lay for gas safe if you know what ur doing .


until you're in court when you've burnt down the terrace
I also fitted my own gas boiler And fitted 3 gas fire stoves I love gas work .
Gastroenterology?
Heat!
banik09/07/2019 22:45

As the work burner is on the back, any large size wok will touch the …As the work burner is on the back, any large size wok will touch the splash back and wont be able to sit centrally.Dont know who designs these products, I've got a centre wok burner but if I use a wok or large pan in the centre I cant use any of the other burners properly unless they're small saucepan size. You need to look at what pots and pans you have and then buy a burner in my opinion, saves alot of problems and regrets afterwards


Designer probably went to same school who put radiators under windows.

Whoever designed this doesn't cook or use big pans or woks
deleted221065809/07/2019 23:14

What a lovely thing to keep clean// Electric is the only way to go


Of course it isn't.Electric yuk no control old fashioned and expensive to run.Wonder why top restaurants and Chinese takeaways use gas?
Bal00chi10/07/2019 17:08

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So where would you suggest putting the dials in the garage for safe keeping lol
Shame it can't be rotated 90°
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woldranger10/07/2019 11:30

I'd much rather have a gas hob and spend a minute or two cleaning it than …I'd much rather have a gas hob and spend a minute or two cleaning it than be stuck with electric.


good luck spending your few minutes cleaning but it use to take me more like 15 minutes . now one minuite wipe with a glass hob
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muckspreader110/07/2019 18:33

Of course it isn't.Electric yuk no control old fashioned and expensive to …Of course it isn't.Electric yuk no control old fashioned and expensive to run.Wonder why top restaurants and Chinese takeaways use gas?


Do they?? they never bother spending time cleaning them..glass elec hobs are modern , gas hobs are stone age and ugly
deleted221065810/07/2019 19:31

good luck spending your few minutes cleaning but it use to take me more …good luck spending your few minutes cleaning but it use to take me more like 15 minutes . now one minuite wipe with a glass hob


Didn't take me 2 minutes to clean the (gas) hob this evening after dinner.

If I see something splash that I think will stick later, I just drip a little water on it and then give it a quick wipe with a scouring pad once the burners are off. Works fine for me!
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