12 best double burner hobs


Rating of the best two-burner hobs

The best gas two-burner hobs

See also: 17 best gas hobs

Electrolux EQG 4120

Rat­ing: 4.9


Electrolux EQG 4120

The dimen­sions of this mod­el are 36x52 cm. It hous­es two gas burn­ers that are very dif­fer­ent from each oth­er. The first one has a diam­e­ter of 10.4 cm. It can be used to heat water very quick­ly in a large pot or ket­tle. Well, the sec­ond burn­er has a diam­e­ter of 7.4 cm. It serves to pre­pare those dish­es where a small fire is required. The burn­ers are con­trolled by rotary switch­es locat­ed at the front. Of course, the fire appears auto­mat­i­cal­ly — no match­es will have to be used.

Per­haps, Elec­trolux EQG 4120 BOG can be called the word “min­i­mal­ism”. Cast iron grates are used here, but they are a mod­est cross — most of the cook­top is acces­si­ble for clean­ing with­out remov­ing them. The num­ber of reg­u­la­tors is also min­i­mized — there is no timer or any addi­tion­al func­tions. I am glad that the man­u­fac­tur­er at least did not for­get about gas con­trol — safe­ty is above all.

Per­haps this is almost the per­fect hob with two gas burn­ers. Buy­ers know this too. There­fore, this mod­el is quite rare on sale — it is sold out very quick­ly.

Advantages

  • The sur­face is made of tem­pered glass;
  • Ele­gant cast iron grates;
  • Burn­ers have dif­fer­ent sizes;
  • Easy to learn con­trol;
  • Imple­ment­ed auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion;
  • There is gas con­trol.

Flaws

  • Rarely found on sale;
  • The cost may seem high.

Bosch PSB3A6B20

Rat­ing: 4.8


Bosch PSB3A6B20

This two-burn­er hob will def­i­nite­ly appeal to those who want to have a kitchen in a mod­ern inte­ri­or. A cou­ple of decades ago, it was impos­si­ble to imag­ine that in the future gas hobs would be just like that.

This mod­el belongs to the Serie 6 line. It con­tains almost all the tech­nolo­gies avail­able to the Ger­man man­u­fac­tur­er. Its sur­face is made of glass-ceram­ic, which is easy to clean. It has two burn­ers of dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters, as well as square cast-iron grates, which can be eas­i­ly removed. Well, in front there are two rotary switch­es, with which the size of the flame is reg­u­lat­ed. It lights up, by the way, auto­mat­i­cal­ly, the own­er of such a hob will not need match­es.

The dimen­sions of the Bosch PSB3A6B20 are 30.6x52.7 cm. As for the dimen­sions for embed­ding, they are 27x49 cm. The pres­ence of a par­tic­u­lar­ly large burn­er here allows you to heat water for sev­er­al por­tions of dumplings in a very short time. But you should not hope for records — larg­er hobs per­form bet­ter in this regard, because they can have a Triple Crown burn­er. As for the small burn­er, it can also be active­ly used. For exam­ple, with its help you can heat a pan with pota­toes. Also, it is she who is best suit­ed for mak­ing scram­bled eggs or scram­bled eggs.

It is felt that the man­u­fac­tur­er of this mod­el tried not to bur­den the buy­er. He added gas con­trol to his cre­ation, but aban­doned all sorts of addi­tion­al fea­tures. If you want a two-burn­er cook­top with a timer, then this is def­i­nite­ly not your choice. How­ev­er, do not for­get that the timer is avail­able in your smart­phone!

Advantages

  • Burn­ers have dif­fer­ent sizes;
  • Mod­ern appear­ance;
  • Eas­i­ly remov­able cast-iron grat­ings;
  • Imple­ment­ed gas con­trol;
  • Easy-to-learn rotary switch­es;
  • The glass-ceram­ic sur­face is easy to clean;
  • There is an auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion.

Flaws

  • High price;
  • The wire for auto-igni­tion is sup­plied with­out a plug.

MAUNFELD EGHG 32 1CW/G

Rat­ing: 4.7


MAUNFELD EGHG 32 1CW/G

Is your kitchen inte­ri­or in light col­ors? In this case, you need an atyp­i­cal two-burn­er cook­top. This is exact­ly what the MAUNFELD EGHG 32 1CW/G is. Its tem­pered glass sur­face is paint­ed white. More­over, this mod­el is sold for only 10 thou­sand rubles. What else will make you hap­py?

First of all, it should be not­ed two gas burn­ers with dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters. One of them is very large, which will allow the ket­tle stand­ing on it to boil in just a cou­ple of min­utes. The sec­ond burn­er has a more mod­est size; it serves to heat food or drinks in a small dish. I am glad that both burn­ers are equipped with gas con­trol. This means that if some­thing boils away, extin­guish­ing the flame, then the gas sup­ply will imme­di­ate­ly be shut off.

Cast iron grates are locat­ed above the burn­ers. They are quite easy to remove, so wash­ing them will not be dif­fi­cult. And tem­pered glass is also very easy to clean. It is extreme­ly dif­fi­cult to harm him, for this you need to drop some­thing very heavy on him, and even from a decent height. It should also be not­ed the pres­ence of auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion. So, you can refuse to buy match­es.

This mod­el has dimen­sions for embed­ding 26x48.5 cm. The two-burn­er pan­el itself is a lit­tle more. Its rotary switch­es are locat­ed in the front. Even an elder­ly per­son can mas­ter them. There are absolute­ly no con­trols here any­more — the man­u­fac­tur­er did not even intro­duce a timer here. But he was able to declare a 10-year ser­vice life! Just don’t con­fuse it with a 2 year war­ran­ty.

MAUNFELD EGHG 32 1CW/G col­lects a lot of pos­i­tive feed­back. Peo­ple just don’t know what to com­plain about here. Prob­a­bly, you can only com­plain about the ribbed sur­face of the switch­es — remov­ing fat from it will require con­sid­er­able effort and a long time.

Advantages

  • Cute design;
  • There is an auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion;
  • Imple­ment­ed gas con­trol;
  • Not very high cost;
  • Burn­ers have dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters;
  • High qual­i­ty cast iron grills.

Flaws

  • Dif­fi­cult to remove grease from switch­es;
  • Tem­pered glass gets very dirty.

See also: 11 best Bosch hobs

LEX GVG 321BL

Rat­ing: 4.6


LEX GVG 321BL

Think gas hobs with a mod­ern look are worth a lot of mon­ey? Not at all. For LEX GVG 321 BL they ask for only 7 thou­sand rubles. The only major dif­fer­ence between this mod­el and more expen­sive com­peti­tors are cast-iron grills, which occu­py almost the entire area. This means that if you need to wash some part of the sur­face, you will have to remove these grat­ings. But you do real­ize that it won’t take long, right?

As expect­ed, this mod­el implies an inde­pen­dent instal­la­tion. Its built-in dimen­sions are 27x49 cm. The sur­face used here is made of tem­pered glass. It is bet­ter not to drop some­thing heavy on it, as in the­o­ry this can lead to dam­age. Also, knowl­edge­able peo­ple will con­firm that such glass quick­ly gets dirty.

At the front of the LEX GVG 321 BL are two rotary switch­es, also paint­ed black. There are no more con­trols here, since this mod­el is not endowed with a timer or any oth­er addi­tion­al func­tions. The man­u­fac­tur­er did not for­get only about elec­tric igni­tion, but it works auto­mat­i­cal­ly — no but­ton needs to be pressed for this.

For cook­ing, gas burn­ers of dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters are used here. The largest of them is designed to heat water in a ket­tle and a large saucepan. A small one can be used when using some tiny dish­es. Alas, it is no longer good for any­thing — the flame turns out to be very small. By the way, if the fire sud­den­ly goes out, the hob will imme­di­ate­ly turn off the gas sup­ply. This can­not but rejoice! By the way, this mod­el can be con­nect­ed not only to the main, but also to bot­tled gas — the jets will be wait­ing for you in a box with a pan­el.

Per­haps this two-burn­er instance ful­ly jus­ti­fies its cost. Inter­est­ing­ly, the man­u­fac­tur­er pro­vid­ed his cre­ation with a three-year war­ran­ty peri­od!

Advantages

  • Afford­able price tag;
  • Con­ve­nient rotary switch­es;
  • The war­ran­ty peri­od is 3 years;
  • There is a gas con­trol;
  • Includ­ed are jets;
  • There is child pro­tec­tion.

Flaws

  • Tem­pered glass gets dirty quick­ly;
  • Cast iron grates can seem very large;
  • The small burn­er turned out to be almost use­less.

The best electric two-burner hobs

Siemens ET375FFP1E

Rat­ing: 4.9


Siemens ET375FFP1E

The Ger­man com­pa­ny Siemens knows a lot about hobs. Espe­cial­ly in elec­tric, which is the mod­el under the name ET375FFP1E. It has a glass-ceram­ic sur­face, which is almost impos­si­ble to dam­age. Most of the space here is occu­pied by burn­ers. The most impor­tant of them is dou­ble-cir­cuit — the dish­es on such are heat­ed in the blink of an eye. It should also be not­ed that both burn­ers are ceram­ic and belong to the Hi Light type. This is part­ly why the device turned out to be very expen­sive.

The con­trol pan­el is locat­ed in the front, as it should be. It is touch-sen­si­tive, slid­ing move­ments are used to adjust the heat­ing. Addi­tion­al­ly, the man­u­fac­tur­er endowed his cre­ation with a timer. Com­plete! This means that after the time has elapsed, you will not only receive a cor­re­spond­ing sig­nal, but also turn off the burn­er. And there is also a pan­el lock but­ton, thanks to which no child can acci­den­tal­ly turn on this device.

It remains to add that the pow­er of this mod­el is 3.5 kW. If you live in an old house with alu­minum wiring, then you are bet­ter off get­ting a gas hob. Dimen­sions for embed­ding Siemens ET375FFP1E are 27x49 cm. Of the short­com­ings, here we can only note the war­ran­ty peri­od, which for some rea­son equals only one year.

Advantages

  • Won­der­ful design;
  • Both burn­ers are ceram­ic;
  • One of the burn­ers is dou­ble-cir­cuit;
  • Well-imple­ment­ed touch con­trol;
  • There is a burn­er timer;
  • Not for­got­ten pro­tec­tion from chil­dren and acci­den­tal inclu­sion;
  • There is a resid­ual heat indi­ca­tor.

Flaws

  • Dif­fi­cult to clean;
  • Not a very long war­ran­ty peri­od;
  • High price.

Read also: 8 best Goren­je hobs

Samsung CTR432NB02

Rat­ing: 4.8


Samsung CTR432NB02

And this is a more clas­sic hob. It is made in black, and its burn­ers are high­light­ed with white cir­cles. And this mod­el does not cost too much — about 14 thou­sand rubles.

The sur­face of this device is made of glass-ceram­ic. The pow­er is 3 kW. The opti­mal val­ue that allows you to heat the water in the ket­tle in about three min­utes. You need to put dish­es on ceram­ic burn­ers. Both of them belong to the Hi Light type, but the diam­e­ter of the burn­ers is still dif­fer­ent. And right­ly so, because we don’t need any extra waste of elec­tric­i­ty when we only need to warm up a mod­est mug of milk and hon­ey.

At the front of the Sam­sung CTR432NB02 is a touch con­trol pan­el. The sim­plest but­tons are used here, so even the vast major­i­ty of old­er peo­ple can mas­ter the hob. It’s nice that this device allows you to adjust not only the tem­per­a­ture, but also the dura­tion of heat­ing. The timer is able not only to turn off the burn­er, but also to play a sig­nal, there­by noti­fy­ing the own­er. If some­one is sleep­ing in the next room, the sound alert can be turned off. And this mod­el received a pan­el lock but­ton. This is in case you live with small chil­dren who want to push all sorts of but­tons.

Oth­er­wise, this is a typ­i­cal elec­tric hob. It has a pro­tec­tive shut­down, as well as an indi­ca­tion of resid­ual heat. As for the dimen­sions for embed­ding, they are 27.3x49 cm. The pan­el itself, by the way, is only one and a half cen­time­ters larg­er.

Advantages

  • There is a burn­er timer;
  • Not very high cost;
  • There are indi­ca­tors of resid­ual heat;
  • Excel­lent glass-ceram­ic sur­face;
  • Con­ve­nient touch con­trol;
  • There is child pro­tec­tion.

Flaws

  • I would like to get a burn­er even larg­er;
  • Small dis­tance between burn­ers;
  • May not be able to with­stand a heavy object being dropped.

Bosch PKE345CA1

Rat­ing: 4.7


Bosch PKE345CA1

Anoth­er elec­tric hob, the design of which can be called tra­di­tion­al. How­ev­er, if many com­peti­tors are com­plete­ly paint­ed in black, here it is only the cen­tral area. Along the con­tour there is a sil­ver frame, inside of which there is also a con­trol pan­el. It is pro­posed to inter­act with the device main­ly using two rotary switch­es.

The sur­face of this mod­el is made of glass ceram­ics. As for the burn­ers, they are ceram­ic, and their diam­e­ter is 14.5 and 18 cm. Both burn­ers belong to the Hi Light type. If we talk about the dimen­sions of the pan­el itself, then they are 28.8x50.5 cm. For embed­ding, you will need a hole mea­sur­ing 26.8x49 cm.

Bosch PKE345CA1 shows itself per­fect­ly in any kitchen. As expect­ed, after turn­ing off the pan­el will warn that its burn­ers have resid­ual heat. Noth­ing bad can be said about the ser­vice life — you are unlike­ly to find reviews on the glob­al web that tell about the break­down of this mod­el. The buy­er can only find fault with the con­trol pan­el. Mechan­i­cal switch­es turned out to be reli­able, but because of them, the man­u­fac­tur­er was unable to imple­ment addi­tion­al func­tion­al­i­ty. If you want to pur­chase a cook­top with a timer, you will have to con­sid­er buy­ing some oth­er mod­el.

Advantages

  • Easy-to-learn mechan­i­cal switch­es;
  • Burn­ers have dif­fer­ent sizes;
  • There is an indi­ca­tion of resid­ual heat;
  • Long ser­vice life.

Flaws

  • There is no timer;
  • The price can­not be called par­tic­u­lar­ly low;
  • Switch­es can become very hot.

Weissgauff HV 312 B

Rat­ing: 4.6


Weissgauff HV 312 B

This mod­el has a tra­di­tion­al appear­ance, when almost the entire pan­el is paint­ed black. At least some­how only the cir­cles of the burn­ers and the touch switch­es stand out here. By the way, it imme­di­ate­ly becomes clear that one of the burn­ers is dou­ble-cir­cuit. This allows you to place a huge pot of soup on it — it will warm up quick­ly enough.

Both burn­ers used here are ceram­ic and belong to the Hi Light type. As for the glass-ceram­ic sur­face in gen­er­al, it is very quick­ly cleaned, espe­cial­ly if not much time has passed after using the pan­el. All kinds of touch but­tons are used to con­trol the burn­ers. Here you can even find a timer, thanks to which you can order the burn­er to turn off after a cer­tain num­ber of min­utes. There is also a lock but­ton here, which fam­i­lies with chil­dren will def­i­nite­ly need.

The rat­ed pow­er of this mod­el is 3 kW. Its man­u­fac­tur­er took care of the intro­duc­tion of var­i­ous means of pro­tec­tion. In par­tic­u­lar, the burn­ers must imme­di­ate­ly turn off if some­thing boils on them. This is done so that noth­ing hap­pens even if water some­how gets inside the pan­el. It also has a resid­ual heat indi­ca­tor. She will tell you the moment when the hob can already be washed with­out fear.

The most inter­est­ing thing is that for the Weiss­gauff HV 312 B in Russ­ian stores they ask for only 7 thou­sand rubles. As you can see, in many respects this mod­el is not infe­ri­or to even more expen­sive com­peti­tors. What’s the catch? Per­haps in need of improve­ment. The com­plete wire does not have the largest cross sec­tion, and it can­not be called long. Bet­ter to replace it right away. The pres­ence of a relay inside is also embar­rass­ing — with such a large cur­rent strength, tran­sis­tors would be bet­ter used. Because of this, it can be assumed that sev­er­al decades of reg­u­lar work should not be count­ed on.

If we talk about the dimen­sions of the appli­ance, then to embed the Weiss­gauff HV 312 B two-burn­er hob, you need a hole of 27x49 cm.

Advantages

  • Low cost;
  • There is a burn­er timer;
  • One of the burn­ers is dou­ble-cir­cuit;
  • There is a pan­el lock but­ton;
  • Resid­ual heat indi­ca­tor not for­got­ten.

Flaws

  • Short and not very thick net­work cable;
  • Not the most pleas­ant sound sig­nals;
  • The ser­vice life is unlike­ly to be par­tic­u­lar­ly long.

The best induction two-burner hobs

Asko HI1355G

Rat­ing: 4.9


Asko HI1355G

Typ­i­cal­ly, the burn­ers of elec­tric hobs are marked with famil­iar cir­cles. But there are excep­tions to the rule. For exam­ple, Asko HI1355G has two squares, where small cross­es indi­cate the cen­ters of the burn­ers. The sur­face of the device is made of glass-ceram­ic, all of it has a black col­or.

Unlike the mod­els dis­cussed above, Asko HI1355G boasts an increased rat­ed pow­er up to 3.7 kW. This allows you to hope for a very fast heat­ing of any dish­es. Inter­est­ing­ly, in this case, both burn­ers are the same size, so a large pan can be placed on any of them.

Touch but­tons are used to con­trol this pan­el. Among them, you can even find a burn­er timer. This is great, because now many house­wives like to leave the hob to watch some series, after which they com­plete­ly for­get about cook­ing. There is also a pan­el lock but­ton. Fam­i­lies with curi­ous kids who push every but­ton they can reach will need it.

The Asko HI1355G requires a 29x49 cm hole to embed. In par­tic­u­lar, the hob can instant­ly turn off if some­thing boils on it. The burn­ers used here are also equipped with a resid­ual heat indi­ca­tor. They will warn a per­son that it is not worth wip­ing the pan­el yet, oth­er­wise you can get burned.

Advantages

  • There is a burn­er timer;
  • Resid­ual heat indi­ca­tion not for­got­ten;
  • Inter­est­ing design;
  • Easy-to-learn touch but­tons;
  • Very high pow­er;
  • There is a pan­el lock but­ton.

Flaws

  • Very high cost.

Kaiser KCT 3426 FI Avantgarde

Rat­ing: 4.8


Kaiser KCT 3426 FI Avantgarde

Anoth­er great induc­tion hob. It is also equipped with two square-shaped burn­ers, but in this case they have dif­fer­ent sizes. Well, in the part clos­est to the user is a touch con­trol pan­el. The entire glass-ceram­ic sur­face is tra­di­tion­al­ly black. This may not work for some, but for most peo­ple this option is fine.

As expect­ed, this instance assumes an inde­pen­dent instal­la­tion. Its dimen­sions are 28.8x52x5.6 cm. The rat­ed pow­er of this mod­el reach­es 3.5 kW. Not a record fig­ure, but even it pro­vides a very fast heat­ing of a ket­tle or a pot of soup.

By means of the but­tons present here, you can eas­i­ly adjust the tem­per­a­ture of each par­tic­u­lar burn­er. It is also pos­si­ble to set the time after which the hob will turn off. So, with Kaiser KCT 3426 FI Avant­garde you can for­get about the timer on your smart­phone! There is also a but­ton to lock the device. This makes the hob safe even in fam­i­lies with chil­dren who love to touch every­thing new and unknown.

Oth­er­wise, this mod­el is unlike­ly to sur­prise you with any­thing. It has an indi­ca­tion of resid­ual heat, but only bud­get mod­els of hobs with “pan­cakes” do not have it. A pro­tec­tive shut­down is also imple­ment­ed here, which occurs most often when the liq­uid boils away.

In terms of cost, the Kaiser KCT 3426 FI Avant­garde scares less than the com­peti­tor dis­cussed above. But even 35,000 rubles seems like an out­ra­geous amount to many Rus­sians. It is a pity that even such a two-burn­er hob has a num­ber of dis­ad­van­tages. The most sad­den­ing thing is the rum­ble heard dur­ing work — some­times it real­ly annoys. Breaks in work are also embar­rass­ing. After 20 min­utes of cook­ing some­thing, the pan­el heats up so much that it then takes some time to cool down — before that it will not turn on.

Advantages

  • Cute design;
  • Easy to clean;
  • There is an indi­ca­tion of resid­ual heat;
  • Easy-to-learn touch con­trol;
  • Built-in burn­er timer
  • The pan­el lock but­ton has not been for­got­ten.

Flaws

  • Cools down for a long time;
  • Buzzes when heat­ed;
  • High price.

See also: 11 best induc­tion hobs and stove­tops

Candy CDI 30

Rat­ing: 4.7


Candy CDI 30

Would you like to buy a famil­iar induc­tion hob, the burn­ers of which are tra­di­tion­al cir­cles? In this case, we rec­om­mend pur­chas­ing Can­dy CDI 30. Its sur­face is made of glass-ceram­ic, it is all paint­ed black. Only the con­tours of the burn­ers and touch but­tons turn white here.

Many hobs have burn­ers of dif­fer­ent sizes. Can­dy CDI 30 is no excep­tion to the rule. The diam­e­ter of the near heat­ing zone is 14 cm, while the diam­e­ter of the far zone is increased to 18 cm. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, the lat­ter is not a two-cir­cuit one. But on the oth­er hand, the man­u­fac­tur­er man­aged to reduce the price tag to an ade­quate 12 thou­sand rubles.

The rat­ed pow­er of this mod­el is 3.5 kW. This sug­gests that there will def­i­nite­ly not be prob­lems with the heat­ing rate. The pan­el requires a 26.8x50 cm hole for instal­la­tion. As for the touch con­trol pan­el, it con­sists of but­tons that are easy to mas­ter. Prac­tice shows that even an elder­ly per­son can use this hob. The lit­tle guys who like to press all kinds of but­tons will not inter­fere either — the con­trol pan­el here is most often in a locked state. It should also be not­ed that there is a burn­er timer here. So, you can leave the device for a while. How­ev­er, do not rely on the timer to turn off the hob — it can only sig­nal with its squeak that it is time for a per­son to do this.

Despite the low cost, the Can­dy CDI 30 has both a resid­ual heat indi­ca­tion and many safe­ty fea­tures. In par­tic­u­lar, the appli­ance must switch off imme­di­ate­ly after it has been exposed to liq­uid that has boiled away from the dish­es.

The main dis­ad­van­tage of this mod­el stems from its low price tag. For the sake of achiev­ing it, the man­u­fac­tur­er had to imple­ment a pulsed mode of oper­a­tion. If it scares you, you will have to con­sid­er buy­ing a more expen­sive induc­tion hob any­way. Also con­fus­es the buzz that occurs dur­ing oper­a­tion. In fair­ness, this mod­el is notice­ably qui­eter than many com­peti­tors in the same price seg­ment.

Advantages

  • Easy sur­face clean­ing;
  • Burn­ers have dif­fer­ent sizes;
  • Easy-to-learn touch con­trol;
  • Imple­ment­ed block­ing of the con­trol pan­el;
  • Resid­ual heat indi­ca­tion not for­got­ten;
  • Not very high cost.

Flaws

  • The pulse mode of oper­a­tion is used;
  • The timer is exclu­sive­ly sound.

MAUNFELD EVI 292 BK

Rat­ing: 4.6


MAUNFELD EVI 292 BK

This induc­tion hob looks quite tra­di­tion­al. What would you imag­ine if you were asked to think about such a device? Black glass-ceram­ic sur­face, on which the burn­ers are marked in the form of two cir­cles. This is exact­ly what MAUNFELD EVI 292 BK is. Inter­est­ing­ly, both burn­ers have the same 17 cm diam­e­ter. This allows us to hope that two fair­ly large pots or pans will fit freely on the pan­el.

To con­trol the burn­ers, touch but­tons are used here. Most of the time they are locked to pre­vent a curi­ous child from acci­den­tal­ly acti­vat­ing the pan­el. Also here you can find a timer that turns off the burn­er after a spec­i­fied time. You can set a max­i­mum of 30 min­utes, which is enough in the vast major­i­ty of cas­es.

As befits such a pan­el, it is equipped with a resid­ual heat indi­ca­tor. Also, a pro­tec­tive shut­down is imple­ment­ed here when some­thing is poured onto the glass-ceram­ic sur­face. And MAUNFELD EVI 292 BK can auto­mat­i­cal­ly reduce the heat­ing tem­per­a­ture if both burn­ers work for a long time. And the less free space there is under the pan­el, the faster such a moment comes. There­fore, when installing the device, you need to think ten times. Just putting it on the coun­ter­top is def­i­nite­ly not worth it, the cool­ing will not cope with its task. By the way, the dimen­sions for embed­ding here are 26.8x50 cm. As for the rat­ed pow­er, it reach­es quite decent 3.5 kW.

This mod­el has one more dis­ad­van­tage. The coils locat­ed inside are very buzzing. You can get used to this, but some­times thoughts still arise that it was not worth sav­ing.

Advantages

  • The war­ran­ty peri­od is 3 years;
  • Both burn­ers are large enough;
  • Easy-to-learn touch con­trol;
  • There is an indi­ca­tion of resid­ual heat;
  • There is a pan­el lock but­ton;
  • Don’t for­get the burn­er timer.

Flaws

  • The pan­el hums quite strong­ly;
  • Need as much space as pos­si­ble under the pan­el;
  • Glass scratch­es quick­ly.

Conclusion

Now you know which two-burn­er hobs you should pay atten­tion to if you need only two burn­ers. The mod­els dis­cussed in this review are able to boast a long ser­vice life. They dif­fer main­ly in their char­ac­ter­is­tics and appear­ance. To make a choice of a par­tic­u­lar mod­el, you need to think seri­ous­ly, as well as decide on the max­i­mum amount that you are will­ing to allo­cate for a pur­chase.

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Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.

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