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NEFF N70 T46FD53X2 Combizone Induction Hob - 60cm

Product code: 210026
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The NEFF induction hob with TouchControl and CombiZone for more flexibility.
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Product details
  • Availability: Wickes bespoke kitchens
  • Delivery: Within 14 days
  • Current Rating: 30 A
  • Depth: 522 mm
  • Height: 51 mm
  • Width: 600 mm
  • Weight: 11.591 kg
  • Fuel Type: Electric
  • Hob Type: Induction
  • Hob Rings: 4
  • Colour: Black
  • Years Guaranteed: 2
  • Type: Induction hobs
  • Manufacturer Model No: T46FD53X2
  • Brand Name: NEFF
Features & benefits
  • Combi induction; roasting trays might be a challenge for conventional hobs, but Combi Induction helps you go big. Merge two cooking zones into one large induction zone – all it takes is a simple tap. Now you can think bigger for all your recipes, and use exactly the cookware you need
  • Touch control makes the whole hob easy to use and manage while you’re cooking. Set the power level, set the timer, all with a few simple taps
  • Power move gives you one big cooking area with different zones: boil in the front, simmer in the middle and keep pans warm at the far end. Simply slide your cookware where it needs to be, and keep your focus on your cooking
  • Power boost is our smart, time-saving cooking hack. Want to boil your pasta water in a flash, simply activate power boost to heat it much faster. Get a flexible boost for your dishes
  • QuickStart function; when a pan is placed on a cooking zone whilst off, the hob automatically selects the cooking zone with cookware once switched on
  • ReStart function; in case of unintentional switch-off, this feature restores all previous settings by switching on the hob again within 4 seconds
  • Timer with automatic shut off for all zones; switches off the cooking zone at the end of the time set
  • Energy consumption display
  • Variable 17-stage power settings for each zone
  • 2 stage residual heat indicators
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