10 best glass-ceramic panels — Rating 2022

When choos­ing the most wor­thy can­di­dates for our rat­ing, we relied on brand aware­ness, func­tion­al­i­ty and prac­ti­cal­i­ty. One of the fun­da­men­tal cri­te­ria was the per­for­mance of the actu­al oper­a­tion of each mod­el. To do this, we stud­ied the reviews of cus­tomers who use the equip­ment for a suf­fi­cient peri­od of time to form their opin­ion about it, tak­ing into account the advan­tages and dis­ad­van­tages of the prod­ucts. All the nec­es­sary infor­ma­tion was tak­en by us from open sources — man­u­fac­tur­ers’ web­sites, the­mat­ic forums, the Yandex.Market mar­ket­place, review sites and oth­er resources.

Rating of the best glass-ceramic panels

The best inexpensive glass-ceramic panels

For the cat­e­go­ry of the best inex­pen­sive glass-ceram­ic pan­els, we select­ed 4 mod­els from well-known Russ­ian and for­eign man­u­fac­tur­ers. All stoves are equipped with a touch con­trol sys­tem and all the nec­es­sary func­tions for fast, con­ve­nient and safe cook­ing of your favorite dish­es. The price cat­e­go­ry of nom­i­nees is from 10 to 14 thou­sand rubles, which makes them afford­able for most users.

Weissgauff HV 640 B

Rat­ing: 4.5


Weissgauff HV 640 B

Our review opens with the Weiss­gauff HV 640 B hob from a Russ­ian brand with Ger­man roots. The mod­el is made in Chi­na and has a one-year fac­to­ry war­ran­ty.

The hob is equipped with four sin­gle-cir­cuit burn­ers with a diam­e­ter of 15 and 18.5 cm. This size is con­sid­ered opti­mal for most types of pots and pans.

The high­ly sen­si­tive touch con­trol allows quick and pre­cise adjust­ment of the burn­ers, even with wet or cold hands. The stove has 9 pow­er lev­els, which are adjust­ed indi­vid­u­al­ly for each burn­er. At the same time, there are indi­vid­ual con­trols for each burn­er, which is very con­ve­nient and prac­ti­cal com­pared to mod­els where the con­trol mod­ule is com­mon.

The 99 minute timer allows you to auto­mate the cook­ing process. After the set time has elapsed, the hot­plate will turn off.

Among the advan­tages of the stove, users note the quick heat­ing of the burn­ers, con­ve­nient con­trol and the pres­ence of a timer. Among the short­com­ings, it is worth high­light­ing a con­stant beep every time you press the sen­sor, while the sound can­not be turned off.

Weiss­gauff HV 640 B is an inex­pen­sive but prac­ti­cal hob with con­ve­nient con­trols. The sur­face will be an excel­lent solu­tion for any clas­sic or mod­ern kitchen.

Advantages

  • Low price.
  • Con­ve­nient man­age­ment.
  • The pres­ence of a timer.

Flaws

  • The sound sig­nal can­not be turned off (accord­ing to user reviews).

DARINA 4P E323B

Rat­ing: 4.6


DARINA 4P E323B

The next mod­el in our review is DARINA 4P E323 B from a Russ­ian man­u­fac­tur­er of stoves and built-in appli­ances since 2006. The pan­el is man­u­fac­tured in Rus­sia at a plant in the Perm Ter­ri­to­ry and has a one-year war­ran­ty. One of the fea­tures of the tech­nique is that its design was devel­oped by spe­cial­ists from the French com­pa­ny Brandt.

The hob is equipped with four Hi-Light quick heat­ing burn­ers and has touch con­trols. The pres­ence of 9 pow­er lev­els allows you to accu­rate­ly select the opti­mal mode for cook­ing var­i­ous dish­es.

The mod­el is equipped with spe­cial slid­ing clamps, thanks to which it is auto­mat­i­cal­ly aligned inside the table top. A soft seal is glued on the inside of the edge around the entire perime­ter.

As addi­tion­al options, it is worth not­ing the auto­mat­ic safe­ty shut­down, the con­trol pan­el lock (pro­tec­tion from chil­dren), as well as the pres­ence of an elec­tron­ic timer.

Among the advan­tages, pan­el own­ers note an afford­able price, good build qual­i­ty and con­ve­nient con­trol. Among the short­com­ings, some users note too sen­si­tive touch con­trols, espe­cial­ly the child lock but­ton, which is acti­vat­ed when acci­den­tal­ly pressed.

We rec­om­mend DARINA 4P E323 B to all users who want to pur­chase an inex­pen­sive hob with a set of all the nec­es­sary options for cook­ing their favorite dish­es.

Advantages

  • 9 pow­er lev­els.
  • Child lock.
  • Pro­tec­tive auto-off.
  • Heaters Hi-Light.

Flaws

  • Too sen­si­tive sen­sors (accord­ing to buy­ers).

Read also: 7 best Goren­je cook­ers

Midea MCH64160

Rat­ing: 4.7


Midea MCH64160

Midea MCH64160 is anoth­er inex­pen­sive hob from one of the largest Chi­nese man­u­fac­tur­ers and exporters of house­hold and air con­di­tion­ing equip­ment. The sur­face is assem­bled in Chi­na and has a one-year war­ran­ty.

The mod­el is made in a clas­sic form fac­tor with four burn­ers of two diam­e­ters, arranged diag­o­nal­ly. Also, the hob is equipped with stan­dard func­tion­al­i­ty typ­i­cal for inex­pen­sive mod­els — touch con­trol for each burn­er, a 99-minute shut­down timer and a child lock.

The man­u­fac­tur­er uses a glass-ceram­ic sheet from the lead­ing Ger­man com­pa­ny SHOTT CERAN, which indi­cates the high qual­i­ty of the pan­el.

The advan­tages of the hob include good build qual­i­ty, the pres­ence of touch con­trols and ease of main­te­nance. Own­ers of equip­ment also note sim­plic­i­ty, reli­a­bil­i­ty and the absence of unnec­es­sary expen­sive options. Some con­sumers attribute the increased rum­ble of the trans­former dur­ing the oper­a­tion of the stove to the dis­ad­van­tages, but the rea­son for this can be not only a fac­to­ry defect, but also indi­vid­ual hear­ing char­ac­ter­is­tics.

Midea MCH64160 right­ful­ly occu­pies one of the lead­ing places in our rat­ing, being the best mod­el in terms of the ratio between cost and qual­i­ty in its price cat­e­go­ry.

Advantages

  • Ger­man ceram­ic cloth SHOTT CERAN.
  • Sim­ple and con­ve­nient touch con­trol.
  • Timer and child lock.
  • Over­heat pro­tec­tion.

Flaws

  • No sig­nif­i­cant defi­cien­cies were iden­ti­fied.

Hansa BHCI66306

Rat­ing: 4.7


HANSA BHCI66306

Hansa BHCI66306 is a hob from one of the best Euro­pean man­u­fac­tur­ers. The mod­el is made in Poland and it is cov­ered by a 24-month war­ran­ty from the man­u­fac­tur­er.

The stove is made in a clas­sic form fac­tor with 4 Hi-Light burn­ers, which are char­ac­ter­ized by increased pow­er and fast heat­ing. Along the con­tour of the pan­el there is a met­al frame made of stain­less steel, which not only serves as an ele­ment of decor, but also pro­tects the edges of the glass-ceram­ic sheet from acci­den­tal chips and oth­er mechan­i­cal dam­age.

One of the fea­tures of the mod­el is the pres­ence of burn­ers of three dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters — two burn­ers for 145 mm, and one for 180 and 210 mm, which allows you to most accu­rate­ly select the size of the burn­er under the bot­tom of the dish. Most mod­els in the inex­pen­sive price seg­ment usu­al­ly have only 2 pairs of burn­ers of dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters.

Anoth­er fea­ture of the sur­face is auto­mat­ic boil­ing. This is the ide­al set­ting for cook­ing foods that need to be brought to a boil first and then boiled or sim­mered at low­er tem­per­a­tures. First you need to set the heat­ing to the max­i­mum lev­el. As soon as the water boils, the stove itself will reset the pow­er to the select­ed val­ue.

Users note the high build qual­i­ty, mod­ern design and con­ve­nient oper­a­tion. The dis­ad­van­tages of some own­ers of equip­ment include the lack of a shut­down timer.

Hansa BHCI66306 is an inex­pen­sive but high-qual­i­ty Euro­pean-made hob that will per­fect­ly com­ple­ment any mod­ern kitchen, and is also suit­able for users who do not want to over­pay for expen­sive options.

Advantages

  • Met­al frame along the con­tour.
  • Boil­ing auto­mat­ic.
  • Hi-Light burn­ers.

Flaws

  • No timer to turn off (accord­ing to user reviews).

The best glass-ceramic panels of the middle and premium segment

For this cat­e­go­ry, we have select­ed 3 mod­els of glass-ceram­ic hobs from famous for­eign man­u­fac­tur­ers. Each of the mod­els has its own and dis­tinc­tive fea­tures that make it the best among ana­logues. The price range of hobs in this cat­e­go­ry varies from 16 to 30 thou­sand rubles.

Zanussi CPZ6466KX

Rat­ing: 4.7


Zanussi CPZ6466KX

The cat­e­go­ry is opened by the Zanus­si CPZ6466KX hob from the pop­u­lar Ital­ian man­u­fac­tur­er, which is part of the Swedish con­cern Elec­trolux. The plate is made in Roma­nia and has a one-year war­ran­ty.

The first thing that dis­tin­guish­es the mod­el from bud­get coun­ter­parts is the pres­ence of two burn­ers with expan­sion zones. One of them is dou­ble-cir­cuit for dish­es with a diam­e­ter of 120 and 210 mm, and the sec­ond has an oval-shaped exten­sion, which allows it to be used under a roast­er or dish­es with a non-stan­dard bot­tom.

The perime­ter of the pan­el is cov­ered with a stain­less steel met­al frame. This is not just an ele­ment of decor, but also the pro­tec­tion of the cor­ners of glass ceram­ics and its edges from acci­den­tal chips and oth­er mechan­i­cal dam­age.

Among the addi­tion­al options, it is worth not­ing auto­mat­ic safe­ty shut­down, block­ing the touch con­trol pan­el and the pres­ence of a timer for each burn­er. Touch con­trol is very con­ve­nient and intu­itive.

The own­ers of the hob speak pos­i­tive­ly about its per­for­mance, and also note the styl­ish design, the pres­ence of burn­ers with expan­sion zones, as well as con­ve­nient con­trols and a timer. The dis­ad­van­tages include the heat­ing of the con­trol pan­el area next to the near burn­ers.

We rec­om­mend the Zanus­si CPZ6466KX hob due to opti­mal­ly select­ed func­tion­al­i­ty, con­ve­nient oper­a­tion and ade­quate cost.

Advantages

  • Burn­ers with expan­sion zones.
  • Timer for each burn­er.
  • Auto­mat­ic safe­ty shut­down.
  • Child lock.

Flaws

  • The con­trol pan­el near the burn­ers gets hot.

See also: 6 best com­bi­na­tion stoves

Bosch PKN645B17

Rat­ing: 4.8


Bosch PKN645B17

The next mod­el in our rank­ing is Bosch PKN645B17 from the famous Ger­man man­u­fac­tur­er of house­hold appli­ances. The pan­el is made in Ger­many and has a one-year offi­cial war­ran­ty.

This mod­el in appear­ance is very sim­i­lar to the pre­vi­ous­ly con­sid­ered sur­face Zanus­si CPZ6466KX — stain­less steel edg­ing and almost the same func­tion­al­i­ty. The fun­da­men­tal dif­fer­ence will be in the con­trol pan­el and the loca­tion of the burn­ers. The man­u­fac­tur­er has made the loca­tion of the burn­ers more con­ve­nient, which is also not­ed by the own­ers of the equip­ment. In this case, the dou­ble round burn­er is locat­ed on the right, which allows you to use dish­es with dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters and con­ve­nient­ly con­trol the cook­ing process. Accord­ing to sta­tis­tics, the oval zone for duck­lings and non-stan­dard dish­es is not used very often, so the man­u­fac­tur­er placed this burn­er on the right in the sec­ond row.

One of the use­ful options is the auto­mat­ic shut­down of the stove when liq­uid or third-par­ty objects get on the touch con­trol pan­el. At the same time, the sen­sors also work on the dish­es, warn­ing with an audi­ble sig­nal.

The mod­el is equipped with the Restart func­tion, thanks to which the stove auto­mat­i­cal­ly saves the last set­tings for pow­er and run­ning burn­ers. This is very con­ve­nient in the event of an emer­gency or auto­mat­ic shut­down, because after turn­ing on the pow­er, the tech­ni­cian will offer to con­firm the pre­vi­ous set­tings with­in 10 sec­onds or reset them as unnec­es­sary.

Among the advan­tages, users note the quick heat­ing of the burn­ers, the high qual­i­ty of the glass-ceram­ic cloth and good func­tion­al­i­ty. The dis­ad­van­tages include not very con­ve­nient touch con­trols, which you need to get used to.

Good func­tion­al­i­ty, the pres­ence of expan­sion zones, a well-thought-out arrange­ment of burn­ers and an afford­able price have allowed the Bosch PKN645B17 hob to take one of the lead­ing posi­tions in its price range.

Advantages

  • Burn­ers with expan­sion zones.
  • Thought­ful arrange­ment of burn­ers.
  • Safe­ty shut­down.
  • Met­al frame around the perime­ter.
  • Restart func­tion.

Flaws

  • Not very con­ve­nient touch con­trol pan­el (accord­ing to user reviews).

Electrolux EHF 96547 FK

Rat­ing: 4.8


ELECTROLUX EHF 96547 FK

Elec­trolux EHF 96547 FK is a hob made in Ger­many and has a one-year man­u­fac­tur­er’s war­ran­ty.

The mod­el is made in a mod­ern style, and the pres­ence of a 45-degree beveled faceted front edge gives the plate a sophis­ti­cat­ed and spec­tac­u­lar look. This hob dif­fers from the above mod­els from Bosch and Zanus­si by a num­ber of use­ful options and con­ve­nient solu­tions.

Let’s start with the con­trol pan­el. It is not only touch, but also slid­er. The pres­ence of a slid­er allows you to set the required pow­er lev­el in the range of 0 to 14 with one move­ment of your fin­ger. This allows you to select the appro­pri­ate mode for cook­ing any dish­es as accu­rate­ly as pos­si­ble.

The next impor­tant point is the pres­ence of the Stop & GO but­ton, thanks to which the host­ess can pause cook­ing. This fea­ture is use­ful if you need to con­trol the cook­ing process, but some­one is dis­tract­ing. By press­ing the but­ton again, the process will con­tin­ue with the pre­vi­ous set­tings.

Anoth­er inter­est­ing inno­va­tion is the Eco Timer. This is a spe­cial timer that will save ener­gy due to the resid­ual heat of the burn­er. When a spe­cif­ic time is set, the sys­tem will auto­mat­i­cal­ly turn off the burn­er a few min­utes before the set val­ue. As a result, ener­gy sav­ings and no risk of over­cook­ing or over­cook­ing prod­ucts.

The hob is equipped with two burn­ers with expan­sion zones. The right far burn­er has an oval exten­sion for a duck­ling, and the left near burn­er is equipped with a triple expan­sion zone, which is suit­able for dish­es with a diam­e­ter of 12, 17.5 or 21 cm. The heat­ing zones are con­trolled using sep­a­rate sen­sors on the pan­el.

The own­ers of the pan­el speak pos­i­tive­ly about its func­tion­al­i­ty and styl­ish appear­ance. The dis­ad­van­tages of some con­sumers include spon­ta­neous acti­va­tion in case of splash­ing hot water on the slid­er.

A well-thought-out design, con­ve­nient and intu­itive oper­a­tion, as well as wide func­tion­al­i­ty have made the Elec­trolux EHF 96547 FK hob one of the best in its price group.

Advantages

  • Intu­itive slid­er con­trols.
  • Stop&GO but­ton.
  • 14 pow­er lev­els.
  • Burn­ers with expan­sion zones (one of them is triple).
  • Eco Timer sav­ing ener­gy.

Flaws

  • Pos­si­ble auto-switch on when splash­es of boil­ing water hit the slid­er (accord­ing to con­sumer reviews).

The best induction glass-ceramic panels

In the sec­tion of the best induc­tion hobs, we have select­ed 3 mod­els from pop­u­lar man­u­fac­tur­ers of house­hold appli­ances. Despite the same tech­nol­o­gy and prin­ci­ple of oper­a­tion, each of the nom­i­nees has its own advan­tages and char­ac­ter­is­tics. Any induc­tion pan­el is already a pre­mi­um seg­ment of equip­ment, so the price range of the pre­sent­ed mod­els is from 35 to 60 thou­sand rubles.

Electrolux IPE 6440 KFV

Rat­ing: 4.7


Electrolux IPE 6440 KFV

Opens the cat­e­go­ry of the best induc­tion sur­faces Elec­trolux IPE 6440 KFV. This mod­el is also assem­bled in Ger­many and has a one-year war­ran­ty, like the pre­vi­ous­ly reviewed pan­el.

The mod­el has 4 burn­ers, three of which are suit­able for dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters of dish­es — 14.5 cm, 18 cm (2 pcs) and 21 cm. The unique induc­tion tech­nol­o­gy allows the burn­er to auto­mat­i­cal­ly adjust to any bot­tom diam­e­ter that is with­in the max­i­mum work­ing area.

The pan­el comes with­out a met­al frame and has a faceted bev­el on the front, which gives it a styl­ish look.

Intu­itive touch con­trol makes it easy to select the desired oper­at­ing mode for a par­tic­u­lar burn­er. The pres­ence of the Boost­er option acti­vates the max­i­mum heat­ing pow­er, which allows you to quick­ly boil water or fry food at a high tem­per­a­ture, if the cook­ing tech­nol­o­gy requires it.

The mod­el is equipped with the unique patent­ed Hob2Hood tech­nol­o­gy, thanks to which it is pos­si­ble to estab­lish a wire­less con­nec­tion between the hob and the Elec­trolux hood (the hood must also sup­port this option). As a result, the user will not need to con­trol the pow­er of the hood — the air clean­er will auto­mat­i­cal­ly turn on when the pan­el is acti­vat­ed, as well as change the suc­tion pow­er depend­ing on the pow­er of the burn­ers.

Accord­ing to
reviews on the Yandex.Market resource, the hob received the pres­ti­gious “cus­tomers choice” mark with a rat­ing of 4.7, while 100% of buy­ers rec­om­mend this prod­uct. Among the advan­tages of the pan­el, the own­ers of the equip­ment not­ed the high heat­ing rate, an intu­itive menu, the pres­ence of a pause but­ton and a tur­bo mode for fast heat­ing. Some con­sumers attrib­uted the lack of a zone for non-stan­dard dish­es to the dis­ad­van­tages.

The Elec­trolux IPE 6440 KFV induc­tion pan­el has earned a place among the best mod­els in its price cat­e­go­ry due to its high build qual­i­ty, wide func­tion­al­i­ty and con­ve­nient con­trol.

Advantages

  • Con­ve­nient man­age­ment.
  • Sup­port Hob2Hood func­tion.
  • Fast heat­ing thanks to the Boost­er func­tion.

Flaws

  • There is no area for dish­es with a non-stan­dard bot­tom (accord­ing to con­sumer reviews).

See also: 9 best elec­tric stoves

Whirlpool WF S9365 BF/IXL

Rat­ing: 4.8


Whirlpool WF S9365 BF/IXL

The next mod­el on our list is the Whirlpool WF S9365 BF/IXL from a pop­u­lar Amer­i­can brand that has been the #1 home appli­ance man­u­fac­tur­er in the world for many years.

The mod­el became the flag­ship of the com­pa­ny in 2020 and today is rel­e­vant and in demand. The sur­face is made in Italy and has a one-year war­ran­ty. When buy­ing a prod­uct on the offi­cial web­site with the sub­se­quent reg­is­tra­tion of the mod­el, the man­u­fac­tur­er pro­vides four years of ser­vice sup­port.

Whirlpool has cho­sen to com­bine all of its lat­est tech­no­log­i­cal devel­op­ments into one hob, result­ing in an inno­v­a­tive prod­uct that out­per­forms its clos­est com­peti­tors in many respects.

The first thing you notice is the styl­ish look. The sur­face lacks tra­di­tion­al round burn­ers, instead of which there are rec­tan­gu­lar out­lines of heat­ing zones. On the right there are 2 sep­a­rate areas of dif­fer­ent sizes, and on the left there is one sol­id rec­tan­gu­lar zone. One of the fea­tures of the stove is the auto­mat­ic detec­tion of dish­es with­in the heat­ing zone. This allows you to cook even­ly in pans with any bot­tom shape.

The key fea­ture of the hob is the patent­ed 6th SENSE tech­nol­o­gy, which achieves opti­mal results dur­ing the prepa­ra­tion of var­i­ous dish­es. In this mod­el, the user can choose one of four pre­set modes — melt­ing, keep­ing warm, boil­ing and slow cook­ing (stew­ing). At the same time, the sys­tem will auto­mat­i­cal­ly con­trol the process, accu­rate­ly main­tain­ing the tem­per­a­ture and pre­vent­ing boil­ing over.

Anoth­er unique tech­nol­o­gy is the adap­tive Flexi Side sur­face, which con­sists of four induc­tors. In fact, these are 4 burn­ers that cre­ate one heat­ing zone. The pecu­liar­i­ty of the tech­nol­o­gy is that it is pos­si­ble to install dish­es with non-stan­dard sizes or an atyp­i­cal bot­tom shape, as well as to install sev­er­al pots or pans with dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters in one zone. The Chef Con­trol func­tion allows you to change the heat lev­el sim­ply by mov­ing the pan from top to bot­tom. This solu­tion will be ide­al for dish­es that require dif­fer­ent lev­els of pow­er at dif­fer­ent stages of cook­ing. The user no longer needs to set the modes man­u­al­ly, but sim­ply move the dish­es to an area with increased or decreased heat.

The stove is equipped with a slid­er con­trol for 18 pow­er lev­els, which allows you to man­u­al­ly set the appro­pri­ate heat­ing mode as accu­rate­ly as pos­si­ble. The boost­er func­tion will pro­vide a short-term out­put to max­i­mum pow­er to speed up the cook­ing process.

The own­ers of the equip­ment speak pos­i­tive­ly about the appear­ance of the sur­face, wide func­tion­al­i­ty and ease of oper­a­tion. No fun­da­men­tal short­com­ings were iden­ti­fied, only some respon­dents point­ed to a qui­et timer sig­nal.

We rec­om­mend the Whirlpool WF S9365 BF/IXL hob to all users who want to auto­mate the process of prepar­ing their favorite dish­es as much as pos­si­ble and guar­an­tee excel­lent results.

Advantages

  • Adap­tive sur­face Flexi Side.
  • 6th SENSE func­tion with four pre­set modes.
  • Slid­er con­trol on 18 lev­els.
  • Chef con­trol func­tion.
  • Mod­ern design.
  • Silent timer (accord­ing to user reviews).

Flaws

  • Silent timer (accord­ing to user reviews).

Bosch PXX695FC5E

Rat­ing: 4.9


Bosch PXX695FC5E

Com­pletes our review of the best induc­tion hobs Bosch PXX695FC5E.

The mod­el is made in a mod­ern style, has a front beveled edge, and to pro­tect the side edges, a thin black met­al edg­ing is pro­vid­ed, which is almost invis­i­ble against the back­ground of the glass-ceram­ic can­vas.

The mod­el received a pro­pri­etary Direct Select touch con­trol, which has an intu­itive inter­face, sim­pli­fy­ing the process of inter­act­ing with the stove.

Spe­cial atten­tion deserves the shape and num­ber of burn­ers. In fact, the work­ing can­vas is divid­ed into two elon­gat­ed rec­tan­gu­lar zones. Inside each of them are 4 induc­tors. This solu­tion pro­vides two impor­tant advan­tages — it allows you to place dish­es with a rec­tan­gu­lar bot­tom up to 40 cm long, as well as sev­er­al pots and pans with a bot­tom diam­e­ter of 8 to 30 cm at once. At the same time, the FlexIn­duc­tion heat­ing zone will auto­mat­i­cal­ly adjust to a spe­cif­ic dish.

The built-in fry­ing sen­sor will auto­mat­i­cal­ly main­tain a con­stant tem­per­a­ture in one of 5 pre­set modes. This will not only allow you to get a uni­form fry­ing and crispy crust, but also elim­i­nate over­heat­ing and splash­ing of oil, and also extend the life of the non-stick coat­ing.

The pres­ence of the Pow­er Boost option allows you to send all the pow­er to one burn­er for a short time, which will ensure a quick boil of water or fry­ing at max­i­mum tem­per­a­ture.

If water enters the con­trol pan­el, the hob will beep and turn off for safe­ty rea­sons. Thanks to the ReStart func­tion, the hob will save the pre­vi­ous set­tings, so after turn­ing on the pow­er, the user can con­tin­ue cook­ing in the same mode.

The own­ers of the hob speak pos­i­tive­ly about its mod­ern appear­ance, the abil­i­ty to place dish­es with any shape of the bot­tom, as well as con­ve­nient oper­a­tion. Seri­ous short­com­ings dur­ing the oper­a­tion of the stove were not iden­ti­fied, with the excep­tion of the high cost of the goods.

A styl­ish look, a wide range of func­tions, auto­mat­ic tem­per­a­ture con­trol and real Ger­man qual­i­ty allowed the Bosch PXX695FC5E hob to take one of the lead­ing places in our review.

Advantages

  • Heat sen­sor.
  • Pow­er Boost mode.
  • Con­ve­nient Direct Select con­trol
  • Mul­ti­pur­pose adap­tive zone FlexIn­duc­tion.

Flaws

  • High cost (accord­ing to user reviews).


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