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Which type of hob is best, gas or electric? It’s a divisive question and we won’t be drawn into taking sides. Suffice to say that both electric and gas hobs have distinct strengths and our kitchen appliance range features a huge selection of both!

Gas hobs offer instant, visible heat that is easy to control and tends to distribute evenly across the bottom of pans. Many cooks feel gas hobs give them more control and, while some may find them fiddly to clean, gas burners are undoubtedly a dependable choice for any kitchen. And if cleaning is a concern, fear not. Our collection includes gas on glass hobs from Zanussi, Bosch and Belling, which feature a gas hob mounted on top of wipe-clean ceramic glass.

The Currys gas hob collection showcases hobs in a variety of shapes and sizes, including expansive 5 ring gas hobs from the likes of SMEG and Rangemaster. Perfect for ambitious cooks who tend to have a multitude of pans on the go at any given time. Alternatively, if space is at a premium, you’ll find several super-compact one and two burner gas hobs.

Featuring an extensive choice of gas and electric appliances, our range give you plenty of scope to mix and match your kitchen setup. You might prefer to keep things consistent with a gas oven and hob or, if you’re swayed by the functionality of an electric oven, there’s nothing to stop you creating your own dual fuel combination.

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