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De Dietrich’s induction cooktop features automatic pan detection and an anti-overheat functions.

Induction cooktops by De Dietrich

Induction cooktops are making their mark, with more and more people recognizing this cooking method as both safe and energy-efficient. De Dietrich induction cooktops have won over many fans, including renowned chef Jacques Reymond of Melbourne’s Cuisine du Temps restaurant.

“The De Dietrich induction cooktop is the best cooking appliance that I have ever worked with,” Mr Reymond says.

“It is so flexible and easy to use. It enables you to reach a very high temperature very quickly but you can also cook at a very low temperature for long braising dishes. On top of all that, it is so easy to clean by simply wiping with a damp cloth.”

The new sleek designs with stainless steel bevelled edges feature a list of improvements including an anti-overheat function, automatic pan detection, small object detection, elapsed time function and power tracker.