John Lewis JLBIIH806 review
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The JLBIIH806 induction hob from John Lewis is 80cm wide and has five cooking zones, so there should be plenty of room for large pots and pans. Features include a child lock, power boost and a timer that will switch the ring off to stop your meals overcooking. But does it heat up quickly and evenly? Read our review to find out.What's included:
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What’s it great at?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Is there anything else I need to know?
- Should I buy it?
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