The 10 Best Induction Top Cookers

We Reviewed dozens of Induction Cookers and Listed the 10 Best Options
By Jen Hammond
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    Here at Which Cooker, we have spent endless days researching the best induction cooktops. There are a number of benefits to induction cooking, including it being environmentally friendly, as powerful as gas without the danger of flames and the easiest option to clean.

    Check out our top 10 compilation as we highlight the pros and cons of each pick and also help you find the best price.

    The Best Induction Cooker 2020

    1.
    AEG CIS6700ACM

    AEG CIS6700ACM

    Are you looking for something efficient, easy to use and affordable? We found all of those pointers embedded in this AEG CIS6700ACM. This is one of the most popular induction hob cookers out there at the moment, and the high ratings which go with it show it is a model to be rivalled with.
    It is a double oven with a main cavity capacity of 73 litres, which is pretty great going to say it is the standard cooker size and width. The second cavity possesses 39 litres and doubles up as a grill, which is great if there are going to be a lot of components to your mid-week meal and you don’t have time to start juggling and reheating it all.
    The hob is a four zone option, but possible placement of your pans is on the flexible side because of the design, so you still have plenty of space to play with if you will be using all four areas.
    There are a couple of rarer standout features too, such as the SteamBake function which can create a perfect crusty finish on breads, muffins and cakes without the inside losing moisture or softness. This steam can also come in handy if you want to cook your vegetables in a really healthy manner.
    It is a brilliant cooker which deserves all of the praise. If you want to make the move back to electric, or see what the induction fuss is about, then it is a perfect appliance to be converted with.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 91.2 x 60 x 60.9 cm
    • Number of Zones: 4
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 73L
    • Second Cavity Capacity: 39L
    • Weight: 62.4 kg
    • Hob Power Range: 1.4- 3.6kW
    • Automatic Ignition
    • 2 Year Warranty

    Reasons to Buy

    • Countdown timer
    • Functions that include SteamBake and SurroundCook
    • Catalytic liners for easy cleaning
    • Stop & Go feature that makes it safe and easy to use

    Reasons to Avoid

    • On the pricier side for a standard sized unit

    2.
    Britannia Delphi RC-10T1-DE-S

    Britannia Delphi RC-10T1-DE-S

    If the smaller appliances aren’t cutting it for your huge family then you may want to upgrade to something that is up to the job. Size isn’t everything and you must couple that attribute with quality. Step up Britannia.
    This spacious range cooker is powered by electric and provides an induction hob that is powerful and does not waste energy, as each hob only heats to the size of the pan. It will only switch on when a compatible pan is on the hob too, so is safer than conventional models.
    Five induction hob zones, two ovens and a storage drawer is where the space is provided. It also has some added extras such as a rotisserie, pizza function, meat probe and fan grilling. This all makes it the ideal appliance for those of you who love to spend hours in the kitchen whipping up delicious dinners and perfect Mary Berry worthy cakes.
    Then there is the overall style of the unit. It is modern, shiny and quite an eye-catching option for your cooking space – what more could you wish for.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 87 x 99.5 x 60cm
    • Automatic Ignition
    • Hob Power Range: 1.1- 3kW
    • Weight: 114 kg
    • Second Cavity Capacity: 46L
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 58L
    • Number of Zones: 5
    • 2 Year Warranty

    Reasons to Buy

    • Comes loaded with settings including pizza function, rotisserie and meat probe
    • Has quick start control
    • Fan grilling that spreads heat uniformly
    • Fast heat hobs

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Oven capacity isn’t the biggest

    3.
    Belling Cookcentre100Ei

    Belling Cookcentre100Ei

    We are pretty sure this range is called a Cookcentre because it provides you with all of the functions and tools to cook up all of your favourite recipes for friends and family.
    Four cavities and a five zone induction hob give you so much room to get the job done, and you can arrange things just as you wish too. The main chamber has a capacity of 64 litres, so it can comfortably fit the Christmas turkey or large lasagne bake you’re having for dinner. Because it is a conventional oven, it is perfect for making cakes too, as the heat rises inside.
    The timer will help you to stay on top of cooking durations when you have other things to do, which is particularly handy when it comes to using the Slow Cooker feature. The A/A energy rating ensures it isn’t going to cost loads of money to run with every use, too.
    The induction hob is very easy to control and clean, and there are high levels of sensitivity so you’re never going to struggle getting the cooking started.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 90 x 99.6 x 60 cm
    • Number of Zones: 5
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 64L
    • Second Cavity Capacity: 58L
    • Weight: 85 Kilograms
    • Hob Power Range: 1.2- 3kW
    • Automatic Ignition
    • 1 Year Warranty

    Reasons to Buy

    • Come with four cavities including a double oven
    • A separate efficient full-width grill
    • It has a storage drawer
    • Slow cooker feature

    Reasons to Avoid

    • The full capacity spread between four cavities means they're all on the smaller side

    4.
    Stoves Richmond S10000Ei

    Stoves Richmond S10000Ei

    Here’s another impressive induction range cooker, this time from industry favourites Stoves. It has a sleek exterior and also comes with a number of very handy features that any cooking enthusiast can enjoy.

    Range cookers are generally for bigger households as they take up more room and provide more space to get creative, and this model certainly doesn’t let us down. Fix up some of the most delicious meals for your family with these four cavities, including a double oven, a full-width grill and a built-in slow cooker.

    There are five hob zones too, including a larger option in the centre for woks and larger pans which need a bit more space and power. Equiflow™ Technology evenly circulates hot air in the cavities to thoroughly cook dishes on each shelf, so you don’t have to squeeze everything on the the middle shelf as per older models.

    There’s loads of extra functions too, such as a dedicated Pizza setting, dough proving function, and intensive bake. The perfect oven for those people who don’t like to leave the kitchen.

    Features

    • Dimensions: 90 x 99.6 x 60 cm
    • Number of Zones: 5
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 54L
    • Second Cavity Capacity: 57L
    • Weight: 88.8 kg
    • Hob Power Range: 1.15- 3.7kW
    • Automatic Ignition
    • 1 Year Warranty

    Reasons to Buy

    • Easy to clean with ceramic enamel interior
    • Comes with lots of functions including pizza function, intensive bake, dough proving function and slow cooker feature
    • Equiflow technology spreads heat evenly

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Costs more than £2000

    5.
    Zanussi ZCI66050BA

    Zanussi ZCI66050BA

    A nice mid-priced option which has received rave reviews for aspects such as its generously sized grill, easy to pull out oven shelves and quick cooking times.
    One of the benefits of induction cooking is that it is much faster than other electric forms. This oven is no exception, and will have your pans boiling in minutes. It isn’t just all about the hob though, as the inner cavities can also work some magic.
    There are two cavities, to help you when several separate meals or components need to be cooked at the same time. It also makes use of Hot Air technology, which keeps the cavities evenly heated yet the air constantly moving around the oven. This helps to prevent flavours transferring.
    An extr little touch we loved is the ability to pause the cooking when you need to. Mistimed everything, or maybe you’re actually really organised? Pause the cooking to help the oven pick up where it left off and finish the dish.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 91.2 x 60 x 60cm
    • Number of Zones: 4
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 77L
    • Second Cavity Capacity: 39L
    • Weight: 61 kg
    • Hob Power Range: 1.4- 3.6kW
    • Automatic Ignition
    • 1 Year Warranty

    Reasons to Buy

    • Hot airs circulate and do not transfer flavours from separate meals
    • Has Thermaflow technology that heats up meals evenly
    • Powerful induction cooker with hobs that save energy

    Reasons to Avoid

    • If you need more than four hob zones, this cooker is not for you

    6.
    Falcon 1000 DELUXE F1000DXEIFN/N

    Falcon 1000 DELUXE F1000DXEIFN/N

    The Falcon 1000 Deluxe is one of the best induction range cookers and has some incredible features that make preparing meals simple. There’s three separate cavities, five hob zones and easy to control dials to help get everything exact to your wishes.
    The main oven is multifunctional, so you can roast meats, quickly cook fish fingers or even bake cakes and make souffles. The fan helps the hot air to circulate evenly so it will all emerge perfectly done.
    A residual heat indicator will alert you when the hobs are still warm so you can stay safe. When you are using them though, there are five to choose from and they’re all nicely spread out so you can set it all up as you wish.
    The thing we thing really makes this range cooker stand out, however, is the style. A perfect balance between the classic retro range look, while being available in a huge choice of colours to ensure you can still have a pop of brightness if you wish. The price is a little higher than with the others on the rundown, but it is no doubt going to last for well beyond its value.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 91.2 x 100 x 60 cm
    • Number of Zones: 5
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 80-litres
    • Second Cavity Capacity: 82-litres
    • Weight: 132 Kilograms
    • Hob Power Range: 1.4- 3.7kW
    • Automatic Ignition
    • 3 Year Warranty

    Reasons to Buy

    • Easy to clean with enamel interior
    • It incorporates a retro and modern design
    • Separate full-width electric grill
    • Simple to use

    Reasons to Avoid

    • It isn’t for those on a strict budget

    7.
    Rangemaster Nexus 90

    Rangemaster Nexus 90

    The main cavity of this oven has 73-litres of space and the second has 67-litres, making it an ideal pick if you always feel like you’re cooking for the 5,000.
    It will allow you to cook and roast at the same time, which is perfect for those big get-togethers and Sunday dinners. We loved how the powerful grill was in its own separate compartment, so you can toast bread or cook meats and fish while the side dishes are still baking.
    The design of the grill has also been improved compared to older models. It can now penetrate thicker pieces of meat and brown food faster, and don’t forget that you also have five hob spaces in case you need to boil and fry at the same time.
    It is one of the quickest to get up to temperature on the market, reducing the time you spend waiting by around 30%. And it will also reduce the time you spend cleaning the unit, as when the ovens reach over 200 degrees Celsius, the catalytic liners kick in. The deposits (such as spills and splashes) are released, so you can remove them with a simple wipe once everything is cooled.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 93 x 90 x 60.8 cm
    • Number of Zones: 5
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 73L
    • Second Cavity Capacity: 67L
    • Weight: 115 kg
    • Hob Power Range: 1.15- 1.85kW
    • Automatic Ignition
    • 2 Year Warranty

    Reasons to Buy

    • A stylish design for any contemporary kitchen
    • It is easy to clean with catalytic liners
    • An improved grill with deeper pans accepted

    Reasons to Avoid

    • It costs more than £2000

    8.
    Zanussi ZCI66250XA

    Zanussi ZCI66250XA

    This is an impressive-looking cooker with induction hob benefits likely to appeal to regular home cooking. There are four burners with impressive heat capabilities, meaning that you can use one or two on a low heat, while really cranking up the heat on others to bring things up to a serious boil.

    This cooker is well known for being extremely easy to clean. The induction top is fantastically simple to wipe after even the heaviest of use, and it will normally cool down pretty sharpish, too! That’s not all – as the oven cavities themselves boast catalytic liners, making them some of the easiest to maintain and keep clean over long periods. It’s well worth investing in for these features alone.

    There’s 77 litres of capacity in the main cavity, with a further 39 litres available in the second stack if you need it. That’s tons of space! It’s also built to fit snugly into even the tightest of spaces, too, making it well worth looking into even if you have a smaller kitchen area.

    Features

    • H89.4-91.2 x W60 x D60.9cm (adjustable height)
    • Warranty: 2 years
    • Energy Rating: A
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 77L
    • Fuel Type: Electric Oven / Induction Hob

    Reasons to Buy

    • Built to fit into many spaces - great for tight kitchen areas
    • Amazing look and finish
    • Lots and lots of capacity in the oven cavities
    • Very easy to clean and wipe down - inside and out

    Reasons to Avoid

    • May be a little expensive for some buyers

    9.
    Bertazzoni Professional Series

    Bertazzoni Professional Series

    A mini range cooker here, which is great if you want that traditional look but don’t quite have the space.
    The induction top is rapid and safe to use, and the main electric oven has a whopping eleven cooking functions. From preparing the perfect pizza to dehydrating vegetables to make crisps or defrosting the chicken for tonight’s dinner, it is great for anyone who doesn’t have time to waste but still wants excellent results. It can also pre-heat a lot faster than competitors.
    It is available in a range of really vibrant colours, making it ideal for anyone who wants something a bit different and a real pop of eye-catching colour. Other features include a soft-close door and a dedicated meat probe, so you really are going to be bringing the professional feel into your kitchen.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: H89.5-91.5 x W59.5 x D60cm
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 69 Litres
    • Energy Rating: A/A+

    Reasons to Buy

    • Colour choice
    • Telescopic runner shelving
    • Really high-end build

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Price

    10.
    Beko BD16C55K

    Beko BD16C55K

    If you are searching for something that is energy efficient, reliable and has lots of power then you have found it.
    While it isn’t the best on the list, it is one of the most affordable. Combined with some impressive features, this Beko induction cooker is an easy entrant into our top 10.
    The main oven uses fan technology to produce an even heat and ensure everything is well cooked. The second oven is a conventional design, and contains a grill to help you finish off dishes or make quick snacks.
    In terms of safety, there is a cooling fan which keeps the temperature of the outer casing right down so it is safe to touch. This fan also helps to cool the oven at the end of the cooking process, so you don’t have to be careful of going anywhere near it for hours after use.
    A defrost feature in the main cavity will rescue you when it comes to those dinner times where everything is in the freezer, and there is also a nice bright light which lets you view the food without opening the door.

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    Features

    • Dimensions: 90.5-93 x 90 x 68.8 cm
    • Number of Zones: 5
    • Main Cavity Capacity: 73-litres
    • Second Cavity Capacity: 67-litres
    • Hob Power Range: 1.15- 3kW
    • Automatic Ignition
    • 2 Year Warranty

    Reasons to Buy

    • Easy to fit into small kitchens
    • A separate full-width grill
    • Simple to use

    Reasons to Avoid

    • Hasn’t got many functions in comparison to other models

    How We Picked the Best Induction Cooker

    We know that there are a lot of components which go into finding the best induction cooker. From the looks, price and ease of control to the power, capacity and hob space, we tried to cover all bases to help you find the one which really stands out in your eyes.

    We love modern cookers which provide the foundations but also come loaded with innovative features and specifications, but for some of you, finding a basic model which goes back to basics may be more essential. The retro, dated look may also fit into your kitchen more than a modern option, so there are a few of those too.

    Here are some of the things we take into account:

    • Value – As mentioned, it is important that we find cookers which not only excel in capability but are also value for money. We have done that with this list; these top rated cookers with induction hobs come available in different budgets. Even those at the top of the price scale are fantastic value.
    • Features – We ensure that the cookers we select come with all the main basics and important features. On top of that we look out for any other clever technology including specialist pizza functions, timers and cleaning coatings.
    • Cavities – Essentially, the cooking chambers. We prefer more cavities as it offers more cooking options, but if you are looking for the largest chambers, you may have to stick to one or two cavities. Some of the range cookers options provide a warming drawer, slow cooker function, storage and a separate grill.
    • Capacity – Capacity is important. Big families will need more than 60 litres, but the larger the capacity, the bigger the dimensions usually are.
    • Induction Hob – One thing all these cookers have in common is that they come armed with an induction hob. We test how powerful it is, how energy efficient and how easy they are to clean before taking the cooking cavities into account.
    • Style – Acquiring a stylish cooker that will fit into your beautiful kitchen is important. We love some of the bespoke designs that the best brands have provided, and you have pretty free choices when it comes to colour, finishes and design.
    • Self CleaningA feature that stands alone is the self-cleaning function. Whether that is a particular setting or simply specialist liners, they all help us avoid the job of wiping the grease from our cooker. We always look out for self-cleaning attributes.
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