Cooktops

Cooktops

Built-in Cooktops

Most kitchens have a built-in cooktop that is placed in the kitchen benchtop. When buying a built-in hob, pay attention to the width and depth of the cut-out in your kitchen worktop.

When buying a built-in cooktop these days, you'll be able to choose from Induction or ceramic (more traditional) hobs. Cooking on induction is faster, safer, the surface is easy to clean and will save you money as it is very economical. Depending on your need and space, you can choose from hot plates with 1 to 6 cooking zones.

Looking for something special? Check out our woks, teppanyaki or lava grills. Great in combination with a regular cooktop!

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