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Andrew James Digital Electric Induction Hob 2000 Watt

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  • 2000 watts, digital display, clean and hygienic
  • As Seen On BBC Masterchef
  • LED Soft Touch Display
  • Adjustable power, temperature and timer controls, 10 power levels , 10 Temperature settings
  • Temperature range 60 - 240 °C , Timer up to 3 hours (180 minutes)

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 30.1 x 6.4 x 35 cm ; 2 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 5 Kg
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Manufacturer reference: AJ000058
  • ASIN: B004BM749S
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (392 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,781 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Andrew James Electric Induction Hob

2000 watts

Digital Display

Clean and hygienic

LED Display

Adjustable power, temperature and timer controls

10 power levels

10 Temperature settings

Temperature range 60 - 240 °C Timer up to 3 hours (180 minutes)

Easy to clean, compact and portable

Microcomputer controlled operation

Optimised Design

Black Crystal Faceplate

Digital display

Soft Touch Display

Over heating protection

Over voltage protection

Under voltage protection

Automatic vessel detection

220- 240 V 50 Hz

CE and ROHS approved

2 Year Warranty

Please note that you need to use induction compatible pans with this induction hob

Will your pans work on an induction hob? - please see below how you test your pans

Testing your pans is easy. If a magnet will stick to the bottom of your pans they should work on a induction hob

For non induction compatible pans Andrew James now stock an induction convertor disc allowing you to use any type of pan on an induction hob

Please see ASIN number B00BJ53RPU for the Andrew James Induction Converter disc

Please Note: Andrew James Induction Converter Disc Sold Seperately


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

140 of 148 people found the following review helpful By R. F. Stevens HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 23 Feb. 2011
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Well made, compact, and works from a 13A plug with a maximum of two kilowatts from the mains. And it is an induction hob, so only the pot gets hot, and we already had the right pots for an induction hob. Induction means no smells or fumes or condensation and a cool hob, electric means portable and clean.

As shown in the Az blurb, it has ten power settings and a range of temperature settings and can operate as either power-input controlled or as pot-temperature controlled. The mode selection button also allows a count-down timer that can be applied to either mode - a bit confusing, but one gets used to it.

Power mode. Setting 1 is not quite a simmer, setting 2 is a gentle simmer, setting 3 is a slow boil, and then it really gets going, with not much apparent difference in the higher settings. I would have liked more subtlety in the power settings, like with my De Dietrich 60cm Induction Hob DTi704V. Being extremely quick to the boil, it feels more than the two kilowatts, but that might just be because the controls are rather coarse in their application.

Temperature mode. Lowest is 60°C and it goes up in approximately 20°C steps to 240°C. Except it is totally inaccurate at the lower temperatures, persistently boiling four pints of water furiously on the 60°C setting, long after I would have expected it to have sensed the temperature of the previously boiled pot. I can see the application if one is using a cooking oil at high temperature, in a big full pot that is slow to respond, but not otherwise. Poor.

Timer mode. It works and is accurate, and counts down to turn off the hob.
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79 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 30 Nov. 2010
As far as I can see, this cooker is exactly the same as the Judge. Really fast!!! cooking, certainly cannot leave unattended it's so fast. Only had this cooker for a week, as we've had to disconnect our gas cooker due to kitchen refit in January and us giving our existing cooker away to someone we know in time for Christmas. Without doubt, it's a learning curve and we've not used the timer function yet, so time will tell. Anyway, really pleased with this so far, it's really speeded up our cooking and I think it behaves better than the gas cooker, as cools instantly when turned down. Another thing, really good value in comparison to all the other inductions on this site, even with the postage added on.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By fishman on 7 Feb. 2011
It took a while to get the hang of my Induction hob and for a day or so I thought I,d made a mistake buying it, but once I got used to it,its very easy to use and I wouldn't part with it now.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Raul on 31 Jan. 2012
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for the price it's unbeatable. but it's way too powerful and lacks granularity in the lower power settings. 3, 2 and 1 are only weak because they pulse the heat (turns on and off at regular intervals) and 10 just burns stuff. Great for making steaks if using with a cast iron grill-pan, induction adapters tend to fail because the cooker shuts off before the adaptor gets to high temperatures, so it can only be used for simmering.
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58 of 63 people found the following review helpful By vanya46 on 6 Jan. 2011
We bought two of these units as replacements for our old induction hobs, now given to our daughter. So far, we have found them very simple to use and extremely reliable and at a fraction of the cost of the old ones. We're probably stating the obvious but this type of hob works only with stainless steel cookware (use a magnet to check the base of your pans).
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65 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Robin Tims on 18 May 2012
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Being fed up with bad tasting water from a succession of currently available electric kettles, we decided to go for a stove-top instead. We knew that on our old ceramic hob with 1.8kw plates a double-mugfull (about 0.6 litres) would take at least 5 minutes or more to reach a proper boil, compared with 3 minutes on an electric 2.8kw kettle.

An single Induction Hob seemed the sensible way to go and we soon chose this Andrew James one after reading all the reviews here. We also bought (elsewhere) a Stellar 1.7 litre stainless steel kettle with induction suitable base (we chose a spouted one but in retrospect a whistler might have been better as I find the 'tea-essential boiling moment' difficult to detect).

Anyway, absolutely brilliant, problem solved. Takes just 2 minutes to boil more than enough for 2 mugs on setting 10, and provides wonderful tasting tea. Have yet to experiment with anything else. It was more a question of convenience really than time or economics of course, but we are really pleased with this hob.

We agree with all the good things already said in these reviews and:

1. We do not think the fan is unacceptably noisy at all
2. Both the 'beeps' and the red coloured display are pretty discreet and, we feel, not annoying.
3. The instruction book is far from helpful, even confusing, but a little experience in use soon overcomes this.
4. It arrived very quickly with no problems.
5. For the money first impressions are excellent in every respect.

After 5 brilliant months it suddenly just gave up on us, defaulting to 'off' ('L') no matter what we did and no response to my suggestion to 'Return' it. Not happy. Now I know why this item is so astonishingly cheap to buy. Today we have replaced it with a different make via another retailer at a lot more money but with a reliable 2 year warranty (and touch controls).
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