Re: Electric v Gas cooktop?5
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Re: Electric v Gas cooktop?8
Apr 04, 2018 9:15 am
but you have to check the wattage of the zones and take one with dual or better multislider.
Until recently I had Miele. With various wattages per zone, it was easy to control. The bad thing about the cooktop was that it had + and - sensors to go up and down with the temperature. That is anoyingbecause you have to tap, tap an tap. The other thing tht drove me razy was, that the sensor didn't respond when my fingers were wet or oily.
Because I expected overseas visitors, I needed a new cooktop pronto. I bought the cheapest I could find, that was a Delonghi. Well, it has a slider, that'good, the rest is bad. Because it is an older display model, it has older generation of induction coils. It does work as well as my Miele, 2 of the large zones have identical wattage, the change in temperature is not as good as with th Mile. If I cooked pasta, I started with 9, went back to 8. Now, I start with 9, go back to 8, mostly to high, go back to 7, often too little.
What I try to say, it is a bit you get what you pay for. Good are Neff induction cooktop with twistpad. However, the new twistpad fire doesn't work as good as the old one, it is one more step when changing temperature.
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