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Fisher & Paykel CI905DTB3 review

£1,000.00 Typical price

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Expect some admiring comments if you install the modern-looking Fisher and Paykel CI905DTB3 induction hob in your kitchen. It has the option to combine two pairs of zones, which is useful if you often use large pots and pans. Find out if this pricey hob excels at the basics of boiling quickly and simmering gently by reading our detailed review.

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We have tested 130 hobs and found that there are 2 Don't Buys and 42 Best Buys.
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