Brian in Cairns
You would be mad to buy anything else
I bought a house 12 years ago to renovate and it had a TD104 cooktop installed already. It was one of the old gold glass top units. I took one look at it and was ready to toss is as soon as I could. That was until I tried it and immediately fell in love with its flexibility and functionality. So it stayed with gold granite installed underneath. Beautiful combination.
Move on to my current house. What to put in the kitchen? I was willing to spend virtually any amount of money as it was a 1.5 million dollar renovation. The only unit that I found that came close to my expectations was a TD101, black glass black burners black trivets black knobs twin wok burners. No stainless to scratch, no shiny brass to tarnish, everything 10 years later looks as good as the day it was installed.
Honestly, no bull, this is the only cooktop to buy.;
Great for cooking but service repairs a killer
Bought this 4 burner 4 yrs ago and quite pleased with it. Looks good with glass top. On/off button jammed now. Called service dept and told $140 for service visit includes 15 min labour. Then subsequent 15 mins @ $35 plus parts. Be better off buying a new cooktop. Service cost not acceptable
Very expensive service repairs
At last I can simmer!
Brilliant designed stove top.
Dual control burners have two regulators inbuilt, want loads of heat turn the knob one way, want low heat to simmer turn the knob the other way.
This cooktop is just brilliant, takes a little while to work out which way to turn the knob. But being able to control the heat input when cooking is just great. Our old gas stove you had to simmer on the inner wok ring with the lid off. All the other burners didn't control down low enough.
Made in Australia too.
Only minus I have found is that the alignment of the text on the knobs is not central and this is a pity, I expect better from Australian quality control.
Dual control burners, able to simmer at last.
Printing alignment on controls could be better.