HOBS BUYING GUIDE
Everything you need to know when choosing your vitroceramic, induction or gas hob.
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Types of hobs available on the Teka website
Find the hob which best suits you from our large range of induction, glass ceramic, gas, mixed or modular cooker tops. Both easy to use and clean, safer and with maximum energy precision for satisfying all your needs without neglecting energy savings and efficiency when distributing heat. Choose your Teka hob from our models and you will have a hob with the highest standards of quality as well as the latest technology and safety.
Flex induction hobs
Induction hobs are increasingly commonplace in our everyday lives. Due to their extensive versatility, speed and safety, they have become the perfect choice for many consumers. Don’t hold back when cooking. With the Teka Flex Induction system, you can cook with many different pans of varying shapes and sizes: griddles, teppanyaki grills, rectangular ones or even use the whole cooking surface at the same time – ideal for large-sized cookware such as paella pans. When you purchase your induction hob, you will also enjoy additional safety given that they offer features such as an automatic kill switch in the event they’re left on by accident.
Buying a glass ceramic hob has been a consumer favourite for years thanks to their quality, performance and efficiency. It is for this reason that a glass ceramic hob can be the perfect ally in your kitchen. At Teka, we offer a large variety of them with up to 5 cooking zones. Choose the one which best suits your needs!
If you’re a major fan of traditional cooking, don’t hesitate to buy one of our gas hobs. At Teka, we offer a large range of gas hobs with up to 5 cooking zones and, importantly, we haven’t compromised on the latest technology. We’ve developed the new Gas on Glass hob which features the ExactFlame system, meaning you no longer have to worry about the intensity of the flame. You can easily, and accurately, control the flame’s intensity by setting the power range from 1 to 9. What’s more, these hobs will detect whether the flame has gone out and will automatically cut off the flow of gas to prevent any potential accidents.
If your kitchen has limited space, at Teka we can provide the best solution by purchasing a modular hob. These cooker tops can be combined with each other. Choose the combination which best suits you and fully utilise the space in your kitchen. A small kitchen no longer has to be an issue when it comes to cooking great dishes!
For anyone not wanting to compromise on any of the latest technology when cooking, Teka offers mixed hobs with up to 5 cooking zones. Teka’s Hybrid hob offers the tradition of gas cooking and the speed and efficiency of induction cooking – all in one hob for getting the most out of your kitchen.
What is Induction Full Flex?
Induction Full Flex is the latest technology in induction hobs, which allows you to use your hob’s whole cooking area. Thanks to this technology, you can cook in various pans of different shapes and sizes without any issues, from 40-cm paella pans to square Teppanyaki grills.
How do I know which hob I should choose?
At Teka, we offer resources to help guide you through the buying process. What’s more, we’ve created a buyer’s assistant to help you choose the hob which best suits you. Don’t hesitate to try it out!
What’s the difference between a glass ceramic hob and an induction hob?
Unlike glass ceramic hobs, induction hobs work thanks to a magnetic field which heats up a metal pan when it comes into contact with it. The difference is that the pan heats up, but the hob doesn’t generate any waste heat, meaning they use up to 40% less electricity. With induction hobs, you will cut the time it takes you to prepare dishes by half.
What’s the standard measurement of a hob?
Most hobs measure 60 cm in width with 3 or 4 cooking zones.