A CUT ABOVE
Beyond streamlined forms and sleek designs, Brandt’s new induction hobs aim to up the game for home cooks with a whole host of intuitive features.
When it comes to choosing the hobs for your kitchen, two common options are gas and induction. Some prefer the traditional gas stove for its ability to achieve “wok hei” — a flavour resulting from stir-frying over high heat over an open flame, while others prefer induction hobs for their fussfree, sleek and compact features.
To each his own, we say; but if you prefer the latter, Brandt’s new model, the BPI6449X, is set to impress.
The induction cooking zones on this induction hob come with the brand’s horiZone technology, which allows the largest zone to accommodate all shapes and sizes of cookware. Whether it’s a rectangular pan or oval dish, they will be detected so you’ll never have to worry about irregular heat distribution.
Cleverly designed with a recall function, the appliance stores last used settings, which can then be easily reactivated via the touchsensitive controls. This intuitive feature revolutionises the cooking experience at home by offering convenience and peace of mind.
After each use, electrical components are quickly cooled, too, as the design of a large aperture at the back of the hob helps improve air circulation, while a slim crankcase attached to the front panel facilitates the removal of warm air from the vitro-ceramic glass surface.
Cleaning of the hob is also made easy with the clean lock feature, where the touchscreen controls are temporarily locked for a minute, so you will not accidentally activate the appliance while wiping it down, ensuring safety when cleaning.
With designs aimed at easy operation, coupled with userfriendly functions, enjoy a fussfree cooking experience at home with Brandt’s BPI6449X horiZone induction hob.