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Electric cooktops

Electric cooktops

  • 110 freestanding cooktops
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If you're looking for a cooktop, make sure to check which cooktop suits you best first. Cooking on induction is safe, economical, and fast. A ceramic cooktop is cheaper, but it takes longer to heat up and cool down. If you want an electric cooktop, make sure to check which connector you need: a 2-pin or 5-pin socket. A connector and cable aren't always included by default, so make sure to order them if you need to.

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How much power does the socket you connect the cooktop to have?

How much power does the socket you connect the cooktop to have?

1 phase (regular connector)

2 phases (Perilex connector)

3 phases (Perilex connector, more than 7360 watts)
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Our choice for a built-in induction cooktop with 4 cooking zones | Built-in | Induction | Perilex (5-pole) plug
479,-
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Our choice for a mid-range built-in induction cooktop with 4 cooking zones (incl. flex zone) | Built-in | Induction | Perilex (5-pole) plug
549,-
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Our choice for a freestanding 4-pit induction cooktop | Freestanding | Induction | Schuko/Gardy with grounding (2-pole) plug
309,-
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Our choice for a mid-range built-in induction cooktop with 4 cooking zones (incl. flex zone) | Built-in | Induction | Perilex (5-pole) plug
639,-
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Built-in | Induction | Perilex (5-pole) plug
399,-
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Built-in | Induction | Perilex (5-pole) plug
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