ceramic v induction hobs?

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Wednesday 19 August 2015 1.22pm
can anyone tell me is it better to buy an induction hob or a ceramic one? the one we have is a 30yr old electric ring hob whereby one of the rings does not work and the others take ages to heat up.
Also i heard that the electrics would also need to be tested as induction hobs use a lot of power is that true?
Wednesday 19 August 2015 11.30pm
Induction hobs should be the most efficient in theory, but manufacturers quality will vary. Beware of installing an induction hob above a cooker as the circuitry can get frazzled if it over heats, simple ventilation should alleviate this. Test your pans with a magnet to see if they'll work too. Check out John Lewis for advice, they're very informative.

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