The temperature rise with an induction hob is very fast, but that is not enough for Brandt, who has just unveiled the BPI6428UB model whose inductors make it possible to boil 2 liters of water in 4 min 30 s.
In general, the technology of induction based on magnetism, allows the temperature to rise very quickly in the containers. Our hob tests using this method include a speed rating, so we measure the time it takes for them to get two liters of water from 25 ° C to 100 ° C.
If we stick to Brandt’s promises, his new model, elegantly baptized BPI6428UB, should become the new benchmark of our comparison in this area. Indeed, the manufacturer assures that this plate is capable of bringing 2 liters of water to a boil in just 4 min 30 s. By way of comparison, the fastest plate in our comparison in this exercise (the De Dietrich DTI1116B) took 276 seconds (i.e. 4 min 36 s) to complete this mission. This so-called Ultraboost function is based on inductors “doubly powerful” if we trust the words of the manufacturer.
Apart from this particularity, the Brandt BPI6428UB hob is a little original model which has four burners. The most observant will have noticed that the pair on the left can be combined to form only one and the same large cooking zone, capable of accommodating large containers (casserole dish, large casserole dish, etc.) or dishes of atypical shape. , a fishmonger all in length for example. Please note, this is not a flexible zone (made up of multiple very small inductors on which you can place utensils of all sizes, even very small) but can be combined.
The chefs will have 10 levels to regulate the temperature within the utensils. Of course, other hotplates allow more precise setting thanks to 14, 15, or even 16 power levels, but the ten or so of the Brandt BPI6428UB should be sufficient for daily use.
The Brandt BPI6428UB hob was launched at € 549, but it can easily be found for € 200 less, making it a particularly attractive price model. Future tests should tell us if the performance is there.
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