check TK Maxx the best pans i bought there
It can sometimes be hard to find cheap pans that you can use on induction hobs - Ikea do a set though, and the non stick ones from Asda that have been on HD in the last couple of weeks are safe on induction hobs too.
Over the past 6 months I have bought a couple of appliances from Co-op Electrical - they offer a great service. Yes delivery is £4.99 where some outlets may be free but their service is very efficient and I have managed to get some brilliant prices on the items. You can use TCB too. Last time I ordered I got a further discount as I joined the Co-op membership for £1.
Bought this last year (£499 from John Lewis, less £75 cashback from AEG). Good induction hob. Really easy to use and will get a small saucepan of water boiling from cold in 30-40 seconds. What you need to know before buying: - when you bridge one of the zones, it just turns on the circular induction plates at the top and bottom of the zone; there will be no heat created in the middle of the bridged zone (other than from conduction). I use rectangular cast iron grillpans on it all the time, and the middle of the zone will take a while to heat up via conduction and will never be as hot as either end over the induction plates. - the circular induction plates are relatively small. No problem with a regular saucepan, but if you're using a large frying pan, firstly it will be too big to centre over the induction plate, and secondly, for quite a while only the area over the induction plate will be hot, and the sides will be a much lower temperature. - if you haven't used induction before, the magnetic pan material has to remain in contact with the hob. If you're used to angling pans over gas to regulate temperature (scrambled eggs, sauces etc), or shaking a frying pan back and forth, that's not going to work with induction. .