My GE lasted 2 months before needing repair. If the cutout dimensions matched, then I would sell it and get a Miele. You don't need to worry about service because they don't need repair.
Need help choosing 36" induction cooktop
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Need help selecting kitchen induction cooktop and single oven
I'm looking for update reviews on 36" induction cooktops. I like the Bosch 36" FlexInduction but not sure about Bosch customer service. However, they are having a good rebate going on with their Benchmark line.
I'm also considering the Miele KM6370 model with one Flexion. I have always heard good things about the Miele Induction cooktops but don't know anything about their customer service reputation.
The Jenn-Air 36" with the bridge element is being pushed by a lot of the appliance stores I go to but I read mixed reviews about this one. The area in-between the two bridged burners doesn't have inductors located here so there can be a cold spot here in a grill pan.
The Wolf Induction is another consideration. It has flexzones that bridge from left to right and front to back but in order to do this 4 zones must be beside each other which makes for pots and pans being very close together.
Any thoughts, reviews, experience with any of these would be greatly appreciated.
Good to know. I'll take a look at it. Thanks
Wow, 2 months...bummer! I agree with you about the Miele. Good Luck!
DO NOT get Jen-Air! The interface is horrible. I had read about how inportant it is to pay attention to this, but it is impossible to find a dealer with cooktops which are operational so you can try before you buy. I have the 30" and I cacan't t wait until I can replace it. It makes me annoyed every time I use it. Induction is not hard to learn, and I found reasonably priced cookware. What you need to ask is, do I want to mess with keeping a glass cooktop nice looking (not just clean)? It is harder than gas in some ways. Also cooking points are inconsistent and not intuitive. For example, one boils hard at 7 but quits boiling when turned to 3. Another still boils hard at 2. Crazy!
We installed a budget friendly Frigidaire Model #FFIC3626TB purchased from Home Depot for $848 10/2020 (regular price is $1,529). So far we love it. We saw it on sale for that same price after the new year so definitely worth waiting for a sale. So far, very easy to use and accurate. No super fancy bells and whistles like individual burner timers (has one main) but does have fast boil on every burner. I clean it daily with Method degreaser multi cleaner and a paper towel (bacon and sausage grease) and glass cooktop cleaner if it needs more but usually doesn't. Easy install, replaced a 45" Thermador ceramic electric (expensive junk).