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Bosch Induction Cooktops

In the world of kitchen appliances, both small and large, Bosch is a name that can be trusted. With years of experience creating the perfect kitchen essentials, you are sure to love your induction cooktop. The biggest benefit of an induction cooktop is cleanup. Once the burners have cooled down, you simply wipe it clean. No more worrying about spills getting down under the unit. The seamless design keeps all messes on top where you can easily clean them without too much effort on your part. Dont settle when it comes to your cooking needs.

Cooktop Sizes

Finding the correct size of cooktop is as easy as taking out a measuring tape and measuring the base. Bosh cooktops come in a variety of sizes including 60 cm, 80 cm and 90 cm. Of course, knowing the size is just the beginning; now you get to fine-tune your must-haves.

Burner Number and Placement

Buyers have the option of choosing four or five induction elements. For those that cook a lot of different items at the same time, the more burners you have, the more likely you are that all your food will finish cooking at the same time. Depending on the model you purchase you may have two burners on the right and two on the left with or without a centre burner.

FlexInduction and PowerMove

FlexInduction gives you the flexibility to use smaller pans on larger burners. It combines two or three different cooking zones into one burner. With PowerMove, FlexInduction divides into three preset power level zones. To change the power level, simply move the cookware.

Must Have Features

The serious cook knows thats the key to finding the perfect cooktop is picking one with features that make cooking easier, more fun and faster. The size of the burner should be large enough to handle your largest pot and pan. Typically a 280 mm or a 305 mm outer ring size is big enough for the largest of pots. Additional features available include a timer with switch-off function and PerfectFry for browning roasted foods.

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