I'm getting a new kitchen installed and was introduced to the benefits of induction. Having done some research, I decided that the Neff Flex induction T44T43N0 http://www.johnlewis.com/231029115/Prod ... x900520was
the one for me. However, with the expensive cost of it (£713), I can't quite convince myself that the flexinduction is worth the extra cost.
So, I'd appreciate some advice here, I thought that having flex induction would do away with having problems with not being able to use some smaller/larger pans, but am I correct in making thsi assumption, or would a standard 4 zone induction hob, like the T43D20N1 do the job?http://www.marksandspencer-appliances.com/product/T43D20N1-Neff-Induction-Hob-Black-23052.aspx?cm_mmc=Google%20PPC-_-Product%20Codes-_-Electric%20Hobs%20-%20Codes/Neff%20T43D20N1-_-T43D20N1
I'd also appreciate some advice on makes. I've seen the Siemens IQ700 EH675MN11E http://www.appliancesonline.co.uk/produ ... 633.aspxat
£666 and wonder if it is worth paying the extra?
Thanks in advance