Judge Portable Induction Hob, Black, 1800 W [Energy Class A+]
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- Only the pan is heated the ceramic plate remains cool
- Pans heat very quickly and higher than normal cooking temperatures can be reached
- Changing from a fast boil to a gentle simmer happens instantly at the press of a button
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Designed For Students, Senior Citizens And Camper Vans. Controllable:10 selectable temperatures from 60degree Celsius to 240degree Celsius. Convenient: small, light and portable, for worktop or table use. Easy to clean: Spillages do not bake on the hob just wipe with a damp cloth. Easy to store: just over 1ft square! (31.5 x 33.5cm x 6cm high). Judge 2 year electrical domestic guarantee.
1 x Portable Induction Hob, 1800W
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Another merit of this kind of hob is that when you remove the pan(s) the heating source turns off immediately and are thus much safer than gas or electric if positioned on a work-surface in a busy kitchen.
Only certain pans work on induction hobs but I found many of mine do that are not specially labelled as such. Those that attract a magnet all seem to work.
A disadvantage I can see is that the glass (?) surface of the hob is fragile compared with, say the cast iron grids on a gas hob, and so one will have to be more careful over placing heavy or rough cast iron pans on the surface.
And of course it is so easy to clean, being a perfectly flat ceramic surface which (apart from directly under the pan) remains cool during cooking.
So those are the positives, but here are three gripes I have, which collectively knock off one star for me:
My number one gripe, as has been mentioned by a couple of other reviewers, is the loudness of the beep. Even though I was ready for it, it still made me jump when I plugged it in and it beeped unexpectedly. Every single press of a button generates an equally noisy beep. Worse, simply removing a pan from the hob whilst the unit is cooking causes it to beep incessantly every couple of seconds until the pan is replaced. Although I am getting used to it now, I am sure that sooner or later I'm going to have to unscrew the base, and locate the source of the beep so I can destroy it, which should make for more relaxing cooking.
My second gripe is that the temperatures can only be adjusted in increments of 20 degrees C.Read more ›
It is so responsive its like starting an Apple compared to a PC (in the world of electric things).
The controls take a bit of getting used to and the electronics will beep an error if things get hotter than they should. This can be disconcerting, but not really a problem. Just restart!
This is a light and efficient unit that will fit into any small galley or unit kitchen with a minimum of fuss. The power lead is a bit short, so you need to be near a power outlet.
I am not too sure how long it will last, but at the price I'm not bothered. Marked down because of short power lead and error manging electronics, but trivial really this little unit is well worth the money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use one of these in Thailand, where they are just £15 equivalent in Tesco stores. They cook very fast but it should be noted that they only work on iron and steel, not aluminium... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Michael Hill
when i moved into my new home i had space for a dishwasher OR an oven. The dishwasher won, and I cook with this, a microwave, a slow cooker and a halogen oven. Read morePublished 16 months ago by ShoeDoodles
very noisy and difficult to get it to heat saucepans unless there are solid iron.Published 18 months ago by Danster
First of all I did not like that the intervals around 100°C were 20°C. It's a bit rough. 80°C, 100°, 120°C. It's either too hot or not hot enough. Read morePublished 18 months ago by gross
It does not work & I need to return it but apparently it is too late to do so. Please advise as I am very unhappy about thisPublished 19 months ago by jane wallwork-gush
The hob has a heating setting function from 1 to 10.The induction hob heats very quickly and I was surprised at the instruction manual, indicating a temperature for each setting. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mr. I. Robinson
Really pleased with the hob. Heats up food quickly provided the correct pans are used. Surface of hob outside of the ringed area does not get hot, and main area cools quickly when... Read morePublished on 20 Jan. 2015 by martin emerson
this is the 4th judge induction cooker i have had . They all worked brilliantly but sadly don't last too long, some just stopping after just a year. Read morePublished on 14 Oct. 2014 by louby lou
bought this for a tryout,after this one upgraded to a double.works as advertised. prompt delivery.Published on 29 Sept. 2014 by goce chekorov