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Whirlpool ACM804BA

Whirlpool ACM804BA

3.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Working excellent can't fault it so far great price as well against other brands. I've had technica oven previously worst purchase I ever made. But I would recommend always had other whirlpool goods

Siemens EH901SK11

Siemens EH901SK11

3.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I have loved using this cooktop. Easy to use, easy to clean. Looks great as well. Have recommended it to everyone. But. Extremely poor service from Siemens, cooktop has broken twice. This time I

AEG HK956970FB

AEG HK956970FB

3.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Replaced an efficient gas cooktop with this AEG product. What a mistake. Unless I use the Power Function, it takes so long to get to the required heat setting. Changing from one heat setting to

Lenoxx Induction Cooker IC360

Lenoxx Induction Cooker IC360

3.0 from 1 review

Latest review: well It needs certain induction cookware to work properly so you need to buy all that.Nit very useful when youve already got cupboards full of traditional high quality cookware which you cant use on

Bosch PIE645F17E

Bosch PIE645F17E

3.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Firstly we had to buy induction pots and fry pans and has been working great. Once you get familiar with the touch controls it is easy to operate. We have the Bosch oven and a Bosch ClassiXX

Omega OC64K2

Omega OC64K2

3.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I have had this cooktop for just under 4 years & it has an intermittent heating problem. Of course I extended the warranty to 3 years & it's now just 4 years, that Murphy's Law for you. The hot

Smeg SAI64

Smeg SAI64

2.8 from 5 reviews

Latest review: I bought my house in 2016 which has SMERG induction cooktop, after 3 yrs it stops working and I need to replace it but my question is if u pay more than $1500 and it gonna last for just 2 to 3 yrs

Technika TGC6IND

Technika TGC6IND

2.7 from 3 reviews

Latest review: We bought the above Technika Induction cooktop on 31 May 2019. It has two very small cooking zones and two big zones. Nothing in between. The big cooking zones are practical to make soup or for

Highland HT3CI N/L

Highland HT3CI N/L · includes 2 listings

2.6 from 5 reviews

Latest review: This very expensive cooktop lasted only four years, and was very well cared for. Both boards failed for no apparent reason and quoted $1400 for parts: did not replace. Franke now own Highland and

Miele KM6322

Miele KM6322

2.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: We have had a similar issue (FE31) and it is a known fault with components that are on the circuit boards. I have always had prompt service, technicians arriving within days (and you can track their

Bosch PKG775DB1A

Bosch PKG775DB1A

2.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Purchased this unit a few months ago to get more glass top real estate over the standard sized bench opening. Seems easier to use and has finer control compared with the previous unit. Really

Miele CS 1212-1

Miele CS 1212-1 · includes 2 listings

2.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Miele seems to have a problem with markings/lettering: I also owned another cooktop (gas, stainless, 36") and the markings disappeared under a normal cleaning conditions (no abrasives) in less than

Blanco BIC84

Blanco BIC84

2.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I purchased a Blanco BIC84 induction cooktop in September 2012. Two years and two months after the purchase date, the two right hand cooking zones failed. I got a repair company to check it out and

Fisher & Paykel 90cm 5 Zone Touch & Slide Induction

Fisher & Paykel 90cm 5 Zone Touch & Slide Induction · includes 3 listings

2.4 from 10 reviews

Latest review: We put this cooktop into our new home which we moved into 18 months ago. We were looking forward to cooking with it, disposed all our Esteele cookware and purchased all new pots pans etc (good

Bosch PXE875DC1E/01

Bosch PXE875DC1E/01

2.3 from 8 reviews

Latest review: We purchased this cooktop two years ago when we built our new house. The on button for the cook top has progressively got worse to a point now (just after the two year warranty) that it can take half

Whirlpool 6th Sense FlexiFull SMP658CNEIXL

Whirlpool 6th Sense FlexiFull SMP658CNEIXL

2.3 from 3 reviews

Latest review: The sensors are way too sensitive. If the pan water boils over or a bit of fat from a pan gets on the cooking zone it shuts the whole thing down. It happens at less 2 a week. To restart you have to

AEG HK654070XB

AEG HK654070XB

2.3 from 6 reviews

Latest review: It is so terrible constantly turns off. no matter when, what, how, it will find a way to turn itself off. I think it tries to annoy you, its AEG's

Fisher & Paykel 60cm Touch&Slide 4 Zone Induction

Fisher & Paykel 60cm Touch&Slide 4 Zone Induction · includes 3 listings

2.1 from 9 reviews

Latest review: After 3 years, this induction cooktop just died completely. I ordered the service but have to wait for more than 1 week for a technician to come. How can any family survive without cooktop for more

Siemens EH975SZ17E

Siemens EH975SZ17E

2.1 from 8 reviews

Latest review: Well I wouldn't go near Siemens if I was a new customer. After owing an induction hob for about 3 years and a very good experience the cooktop decided to blow up. I called Siemens the tech came and

Electrolux EHI935BA

Electrolux EHI935BA

2.1 from 7 reviews

Latest review: Would you wonder it will crack or break if a heavy object is dropped on it ? We have had two over 12 years,,,dropped a pot on one.claimed insurance no problem.........Dont throw rocks at your

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