Advice on cooktops

Cooktops come in all shapes and size, but which one is best for you? On this page, you can find all information on various kinds of cooktops, different cooking methods, and our advice after purchase.

Built-in cooktops

Built-in cooktops

You install a built-in cooktop inside your countertop. It's important to consider the dimensions of your countertop. After all, you want the cooktop to fit.

Freestanding cooktops

Freestanding cooktops

You place a freestanding cooktop on top of your countertop, or you can put it on top of a fridge or dishwasher, for example. Naturally, it does require a gas or power outlet nearby.

Induction cooktops

Induction cooktops

An induction cooktop heats your pan using a magnetic field. This form of electric cooking isn't just fast, it's also energy-efficient and safe.

Ceramic cooktops

Ceramic cooktops

A ceramic cooktop can be recognized from its electric heating elements. These elements glow red once they're hot enough.

Gas cooktops

Gas cooktops

A gas cooktop uses gas. This traditional cooking method gives you full control over the heating of your dish thanks to the adjustable flame.


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