The mixed induction cooktops are not too common. I almost want call them dual fuel hobs. De Dietrich offers two 65cm mixed induction hobs giving you these rather unusual cooking choices.
The first mixed induction hob, DTi721X is the induction gas cooktop and comes with two induction heating zones at the front and two gas burners on the back. The front left is the 21cm induction zone with 3.1 kW and the front right is the 16cm induction zone with 2 kW, while the back left is the 1.5 kW gas burner and the back right is the 3.1 kW gas burner. Features include right hand electronic touch controls, digital display, 9 power levels per heating zone, 2 built-in programmable timers with up to 99 minutes, and child lock controls. The two induction heating zones have automatic pan detection, residual heat indicators, anti overflow system, anti overheat system and auto safety shut off. The two gas burners have gas safety cut off, automatic re-ignition and two cast iron pan supports. Stainless steel trim. The price is about £550.
The second mixed induction hob, DTi703X is the induction radiant electric cooktop and has two induction heating zones on the left and electric radiant zones on the right. Sharp looking, black vitroceramic surface has stainless steel trim. Conveniently located, front electronic touch controls, digital display, 15 power levels and 4 built-in programmable independent timers with up to 99 minutes. Safety features include automatic pan detection, residual heat indicators, anti overflow system, anti overheat system and auto safety shut off. Special MEMO key remembers your cooking power and time. The front induction heating zone has power of 2.2 kW and the rear zone has 3.3 kW. The front radiant electric zone has 1.2 kW, while the rear one has 2.0 kW. The price for this mixed induction cooktop is around €620.
Posted in Cooktops at January 9, 2008 6:16 PM
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