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John Lewis & Partners JLFSIC620 Freestanding Induction Cooker



H90 x W60 x D60.9cm

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Finished in contemporary stainless steel to add a modern touch to your kitchen, the John Lewis JLFSIC620 induction hob electric cooker has plenty of features for the discerning culinary expert.

Induction hob
A 4-zone induction hob is an effortless form of precision heating and cooking. Induction heating gives near-instant heat (comparable to gas) and allows you to precisely control the temperature at which you cook. As only the area at the base of the pan is heated, it's also highly efficient.

Dual oven
The main multi-function oven offers a range of features and functions for the best possible cooking results. The top cavity features an electric dual circuit grill and conventional electric oven for added cooking flexibility.

Easy maintenance
An internal light illuminates the main oven interior so you can see clearly through the viewing window. With catalytic liners, the oven cavities in this JLFSIC620 cooker provide low-level maintenance, as the lining resists cooked-on food and spills for easy cleaning.

Precise timer
Thanks to a fully programmable timer your dinner can be ready for you when you come home from work - simply set the timer and the oven will come on and go off at the set times.

Please note: If you have a heart pacemaker, do seek advice from your doctor before using an induction hob. Please also only use pans suitable for induction hobs. These include enamelled steel, iron, stainless steel (depending on the alloy) and some aluminium pans with a ferromagnetic base. Glass and copper bases are unsuitable.

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