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If you are searching for hobs then you are in the right place. Check out this review:

In this review of hobs, I’m going to show you both the good and the bad. After all, what’s a review without some honesty, right? First, I have to tell you upfront that hobs this is my favorite choice. Sure, there’s other products, but frankly, none of them as good (in terms of quality). I do have to say this though. some other products may be better, but based on quality and price, hobs is the clear winner.

Induction cooking is gaining popularity due to its more economical pricing, additional selections, and environmental friendly operating. Induction cooking is more cost and energy efficient than cooking on either electric or gas cooktops. Induction cooking involves an electromagnetic field that when touched to induction cookware generates heat in the cookware. The actual cooktop does not get hot except where the cookware is sitting.

The only sensor touch induction cooktop on the market is the Duxtop Induction Cooktop Model# 8300ST which generates up to 1800 watts of power, the highest on the market today. In addition, the Duxtop Induction Cooktop offers 7 power levels and 10 temperature levels allowing for precise cooking. With the 170 minute automatic timer you can hardly go wrong. These cooktops provide quicker cooking times, release less heat, and clean-up is a breeze.

Precise cooking is accomplished cooktops with the ability to change temperature or power levels without response times. The change is instant. Little heat is wasted because the cooktop is 83 percent energy efficient and cost about $0.12 per hour to operate. With increased cooking times, it costs only pennies to cook a meal. Induction cooktops are plugged into a standard household outlet.

Water can be boiled and oil heated to cooking temperature in only a few seconds. You can fry, stir-fry, sauté, warm, or boil your food depending on the power level or temperature level needed. To boil water you would set the power level high. However, if a dish required cooking at a particular temperature you would use the temperature mode to set the appropriate level.

Induction cooking does require special cookware which can easily be purchased if you don't already own some. Stainless steel and cast iron are two examples of induction cookware. As a general rule, if a magnet sticks to the bottom of the pot or pan in can be used on an induction cooktop. The bottom of the pan should be at least four inches in diameter to operate properly on most induction cooktops, including the Duxtop Induction Cooktop.

The Sensor touch cooktop provides a truly enjoyable cooking experience with its convenient, simple operation. With only the touch of your fingertip to the control panel you can make any changes to your cooking. No more stickers peeling off, corners rolling up, or unsightly appearance after just a few months of use that you often see with sticker control panels. The Sensor touch is durable and steady for years of use and cleaning. The sleek, elegant design makes the Duxtop Sensor touch induction cooktop a welcome addition to any kitchen. For quick, precise cooking, you can't go wrong with   Duxtop Induction Cooktop 8300ST.


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  • caffeinatedmom2:

    Try cream of tartar. 1 part cream of tartarA little lemon juiceMix the cream of tartar and lemon juice in a small bowl. Apply the paste to the rust stains and massage it in. Note: If the rust is heavily embedded, let the cleaning paste sit for hours.Wipe clean!

  • Sopwith:

    vitro means glass. vitro ceramic: a glass-ceramic composite

  • fluffernut:

    Remove the rings to a sink or bucket and fill with hot water and ammonia, let sit for at least an hour. If you have the drip pans underneath, put them in the hot ammonia as well (I try to keep mine covered with aluminium foil to forgo the cleanup). Scrub with a metal pad…..Brillow, SOS or whatever is in UK. I’ve heard, but never tried, taking a fabric softener and putting it into hot water with the rings…….never tried, don’t know if it works….have my doubts but willing to be surprised.

  • MidAtlantian2:

    Technobuff is missing something. Most of the energy of the fuel used to generate electricity is wasted. I think that the conversion of fossil fuel to electricity in the US is around 33% efficient. That means that 2/3rds of the energy is wasted even before it travels the wires to get to your house. Then more is lost in transmission.When you boil a kettle using gas, you will also be losing heat to the surrounding air, but I would guess that you get at least 60% of the heat into the water. unlike applications that involve motion, heating is almost always more effective if the burning of the fuel is done ‘locally’, when and where you need it.Of course, there may be other considerations: there may not be sufficient air to disperse the unwanted heat, or you may want the heat in a very specific place – like a soldering iron – but for boiling water, doing it over a flame is the most efficient.

  • elmina:

    The best way is to spray with a strong all-purpose surface spray (pine o kleen 4 in 1 is best), or a bbq cleaner. Then rub with a non-abrasive nylon scourer. Let it stand a bit.Take off most of the gunk with paper kitchen towels, then, using very hot water (that you can get your hands into, that is) and a micro-fibre cloth (Vileda is great) keep wringing and rinsing off, until all you can see is your nice shiny clean surface or cooktop.Do the same with the glass.Good luck.

  • bdtile21:

    Hi bux, If it’s cultured marble it may have had the gelcoat wear off. If so, there isn’t anything you can do but replace it. Here in the states the “hob” is called a “threshold”. I haven’t heard of Diplomat here. You may be able to get more info, specific to your area, here…

  • c_kayak_fun:

    Is there an IKEA near you? Their hobs are pretty reasonable — in fact I got one last year on sale for USD $99. Also, appliance stores often have discontinued models cheaply. Or you could look on Kijiji or whatever free classified on-line ad service is in your area — you could post an ad and see if someone remodelling their kitchen has an older one in good shape they would sell you cheaply. They are not hard to replace if you have a pal who is handy with basic tools. Even if you have to hire someone, it should not be more than $50 to $75.

  • Ianab:

    Yeah, or just go and buy a plain nylon sponge, like you use for cleaning pots. Then you can trim it to size so it fits in the filter properly. You want to make sure the water has to flow through the filter media. If you have random pieces in there much of the water will just flow around the sponge and the filter wont work very well.Ian

  • Turdy malurdy:

    When you say no gas,do you mean the gas wont ignite?if this is the case then you probably have caused a short circuit with the liquid cleaner.Pull the cooker out and dry the spark generator with a hair dryer.If there is no gas and the hob has a drop down lid then the safety valve at the back of the hob has became faulty,possibly the spring or the pin has became detached.

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