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Induction Hobs

Nowhere else will you find such an extensive collection of induction hobs than here at DID. Prices range from €60-€2500, and whether it is a portable Tefal hob you need or a Neff hob with a built-in ventilation system, there is something here for everyone.

Many of the induction hobs we stock in-store and online have easy-to-use touch controls that make the hob super easy to operate and have a very modern finish. The quick and cool cleaning mechanisms make easy cleaning less of a task, and the Power boost function allows for a quick burst of heat when needed.

You are welcome to pop into one of our 23 stores nationwide to inspect our range of large appliances for yourself but feel free to shop online too, and avail of our many exclusive deals as well as quick and efficient delivery.

Similarly, Why not use our installation service? Make your new purchase totally hassle-free by letting our team deliver and install it for you. Don’t fancy paying for your new appliance all at once? Get a quote with Humm Finance through our site and get approved on finance in less than an hour. So you can buy now and pay later using an instalment method that suits you and your budget.


Can I use induction hobs for any cooking technique?

Yes, induction hobs are versatile and can be used for various cooking techniques. They provide precise temperature control, making them suitable for tasks like simmering, boiling, frying, and sautéing. However, it's important to use cookware that is appropriate for the specific cooking technique you wish to employ.

Do induction hobs require special installation?

Induction hobs typically require a specific electrical setup. They often need a dedicated power supply and may require professional installation. It's important to consult the manufacturer's guidelines or hire a professional electrician to ensure proper installation.

How do I clean and maintain an induction hob?

Cleaning an induction hob is relatively easy. Once the hob is cool, it can be wiped clean with a soft cloth or sponge. Spills and splatters should be cleaned immediately to avoid any potential damage. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrubbers that can scratch the surface. Regular maintenance includes checking for any debris or buildup in the ventilation and ensuring proper electrical connections. It's recommended to follow the manufacturer's instructions for specific cleaning and maintenance guidelines.

For more information on induction hobs, be sure to read our ultimate guide to induction hobs.