Andrew James Double Induction Hob
This compact and versatile electric Double Induction Hob can be used anywhere with an electricity supply and is perfect for student accommodation, caravanning or just as an extra cooking appliance for the busy kitchen. At 7cm high the twin hob is compact enough to store away or to pack for trips away from home.
The right hob has 1000W of power and the left 1800W, and the hot plates heat up in a fraction of the time a normal electric or ceramic hob takes, with the added bonus of being able to carefully control temperature, unlike gas hobs.
The clear, easy to use, digital LED display and user-friendly touch sensitive buttons allow you to easily control your cooking.
Optimise your cooking options by choosing from the 10 pre-set power levels and a temperature range from 60-240°C with the option of 20°C increments.
The Double Induction Hob features a timer which can be set for up to 3 hours in 5 minute increments. The built-in microcomputer ensures settings are strictly adhered to so you can trust your recipes will turn out as planned.
What are the benefits of using an induction hob?
This portable, fast-heating electric Double Induction Hob offers a more energy-efficient and cost-effective method of cooking. Induction cooking only works when the pan is placed within the magnetic zone meaning energy is only directed where it is needed. When cooking using an induction hob, more than 90% of every pound spent on energy goes straight to the pan meaning it is more cost-effective in comparison to using gas or traditional electric power.
The hob will not switch on without a pan on its surface and will switch off immediately when a pan is removed. This means it's not possible to switch it on accidentally or to leave it turned on, so you can have total peace of mind. The induction hob also has overheat and power surge protection.
Induction Hob Cleaning
Not only does the crystal glass surface of the hob look fantastic, it's easy to wipe clean, and doesn't have the same nooks and crannies of a traditional hob where dirt can collect.
Do I need specific induction hob pans?
Induction pans are required for use with induction hobs. It's easy to test if your pans are compatible; if a magnet sticks to the base of your pan, it is suitable for use on an induction hob.
|Product Dimensions||L 60.4cm* W 36.5cm * H 7cms. Plate sizes: L 30cm* W 25.5cms. Ring size: 20cms|
|Package Dimensions||L 65.5*W44.5* H10.5cm|
|Boxed Product Weight||6.38kgs|
|Min Temperature||60 degrees (500w - lowest wattage)|
|Max Temperature||240 degrees (1800w highest wattage)|
|Primary Material||Plastic Base|
|Secondary Material||'A' grade black crystal plates|
|Wattage||Left plate: 1800w Right plate: 1000w|
|Box Contains||Induction hob + manual|
|Additional information||Plug Cable Length : 1.5 m, Can Take A Maximum Weight Of 10kg On Each Induction Plate.|
No. Do not add any flavours, salt, sweeteners, butter or oil to the machine. All flavours and seasoning should be added to the popcorn once it has been popped and removed from the machine. You can use the measuring cup to melt your butter but don’t pour it into the machine.