With more homeowners opting for induction stoves due to their seamless form, functionality and convenience, appliance-makers are unveiling new designs with cutting-edge features. Here’s a roundup of the latest induction cooktops available.
Avoid the frustration of burning or overcooking food with the Tempcontrol induction hobs by Miele. As its name suggests, the cooktop features smart sensors that will regulate power automatically to ensure a constant temperature, to make cooking easier. Simply select one of three heat levels, according to the type of food you’re cooking. Sporting a graphite black ceramic screen, the cooktop is a gorgeous fit for the modern kitchen.
The Tempcontrol KM 6839 induction cooktop is priced at $6,000 and can be found at the Miele Experience Centre, #B1-01 Winsland House II, 167 Penang Road.
Fitted with champagne or black ceramic glass, and complemented by a stainless steel frame, this induction cooker maintains a clean and linear look that integrates well into minimalist and modern kitchens. As functional as it is aesthetically pleasing, the cooktop comes with nine precise heating levels and three unique functions – to defrost, keep warm and slow-cook. It also features an LED user interface featuring touchscreen control.
The Frames by Franke 2-Flex induction hob is priced at $6,406 and is available at the Franke Singapore Flagship Showroom at Cendex Center, 120 Lower Delta Road.
Featuring a completely zoneless surface, the Horizon hob can accommodate any size and shape of cookware, from regular pans to oval dishes, for fast and efficient cooking. Using its recall function, this cooktop can remember past settings of power level and timings, allowing you to skip straight to the actual cooking without any fuss. The appliance also has features designed to efficiently cool your cooktops.
The Horizon induction hobs come in two sizes, 60cm and 80cm, and retail at $2,499 and $2,699, respectively. Find them at selected major retailers and dealers. Visit http://www.brandt.sg.
Frying food is a breeze with the PXE675DC1E induction cooktop by Bosch. Equipped with five power levels and automatic temperature control, this smart appliance also features a boost function on all zones and is easy to clean, thanks to its sleek form. Framed with a stainless steel side trim and sporting a bevelled front, this appliance is an elegant addition to any high-tech kitchen.
Bosch’s PXE675DC1E induction cooktop is 60cm wide and retails at $3,699. Find it at the Bosch Experience Centre, 11 Bishan Street 21, and major electrical stores. Visit http://www.bosch-home.com.sg.