Cooking freely, changing the position of the pots as you please and having plenty of space to make many dishes is certainly a dream that the induction cooktop, Gaggenau CX492610, is more than capable of fulfilling.
This cooktop, which belongs to the 400 Series of the Vario line, is Gaggenau‘s answer to the prayers of all the cooking enthusiasts who longed to have an induction cooktop with full cooking surface. Its elegant stainless-steel structure, combined with dark glass and high-tech elements, are a classic of this German brand that seeks to satisfy the demanding needs of the modern cook.
This induction cooktop that is 36″ (90 cm) wide, allows you to cook with up to 6 pots of sizes as small as 3″ or as large as 13″ x 21″. With electronic power control at 17 output levels, it allows you to increase or decrease the heat of the cooking areas through functions that can be operated intuitively from a TFT touch screen.
A smart cooktop
Like everything that carries the Gaggenau seal, the CX492610 induction cooktop has a smart design. That’s why it doesn’t come as a surprise that it has features that will make it easier for you to cook.
Among the functions included in this cooktop are a cooking sensor, professional kitchen, dynamic cooking, Teppan Yaki, reinforcement for pots and pans, individual detection of pots and cooking timer. But it also has a chronograph that will allow you to schedule cooking at exact times.
The CX492610 induction cooktop has an output power of up to 5,500 W which will help you cook faster. Ready to install surface-mounted or flus-mounted, this cooktop can be perfectly combined with other devices of the Vario 400 series and you will have a kitchen equipment that any chef would envy.
And if safety is the issue that concerns you because you have children at home, this beautiful and elegant cooktop has a residual heat indicator, safety shut-off system, pause function, and child lock. So, in that sense your kitchen will be armored.
Just imagine for a second surprising your guests by presenting 5 different dishes, after investing just a little time to prepare them. We guarantee you that grandmothers everywhere would have given anything to have for something like Gaggenau today, back in their day.