A few things are wrong with this product, that when added together make it overall average at best. Firstly, the touchpad buttons are painful, you have to press and press and press before it works. Also, there are no heating presets which would be very useful. The extractor has a knob in the middle which is dull and looks like it is has had the shiny layer scratched. The fan is incredibly noisy - do not get the recirculating version. Going back to my original point on the touch recognition (this is my biggest annoyance and I often find myself shouting at the hob) to turn one heating zone off you have to select it and then press minus until it goes to zero why can’t it just be turned off with the press of a button? AEG need to work out how to make the cooking process easier with less clicks required. Overall it looks good and a bit different but there are too many little problems. I wish I hadn’t bought this, my last induction hob was brilliant. As soon as you put your finger on the buttons it came to life. This just isn’t the same sorry.
Place it wherever you want
The unique 2in1 design of the Combohob makes it possible to integrate it anywhere in the kitchen. You are no longer restricted in placing your hob in where you like it, such as on a kitchen island, or maybe in front of the window. And it doesn’t take up more space than a regular hob.