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.

Home & Decor (Singapore) - - NOW -

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.

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