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5 Best Siemens Hobs in the US - October 2019

Updated 18 September 2019 by Matthew
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5 best Siemens hobs

Which Are the Best Siemens Hobs?

Don't have time to read our analysis of the best Siemens hobs? No problem, let's cut to the chase, the best Siemens hobs are:

  • 1) Siemens EH675FFC1E -
  • 2) Siemens EU611BEB2E -
  • 3) Siemens EU601FEB2E -
  • 4) Siemens EC9A5RB90 -
  • 5) Siemens EW645CFB2E -

What Siemens Hob to Buy in October 2019?

Siemens is well known for its fridge freezers, washer dryers, washing machines and dishwashers. The company behind Siemens also manufacturers Bosch Hobs.

Siemens are recognised for their wide selection of premium and popular hobs and start at $466 for the EH675FFC1E which has 4zone(s) burner / cooking zone, is a zone induction hob hob and a built-in hob and go up to $1,620 for the EX875KYW1E which has 4zone(s) burner / cooking zone, is a zone induction hob hob and a built-in hob. The average price of a new Siemens hob is $978.

Let's take a look at the top 5 Siemens hobs currently for sale in the US, compared side by side:

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Siemens EH675FFC1E Siemens EU611BEB2E Siemens EU601FEB2E Siemens EC9A5RB90 Siemens EW645CFB2E
Siemens EH675FFC1E Siemens EU611BEB2E Siemens EU601FEB2E Siemens EC9A5RB90 Siemens EW645CFB2E
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4
BURNERS /
COOKING ZONES
4
BURNERS /
COOKING ZONES
BUILT-
IN
4
BURNERS /
COOKING ZONES
5
BURNERS /
COOKING ZONES
BUILT-
IN
9
POWER LEVELS
4
BURNERS /
COOKING ZONES
76
Features
Good Features
61
Value for Money
Good
61
Kagoo Score
Good
77
Features
Good Features
59
Value for Money
Average
61
Kagoo Score
Good
77
Features
Good Features
59
Value for Money
Average
61
Kagoo Score
Good
76
Features
Good Features
58
Value for Money
Average
60
Kagoo Score
Good
76
Features
Good Features
59
Kagoo Score
Average
A good spec but only ok value for money induction 4 burner / cooking zone hob. A good spec but only moderate value for money induction 4 burner / cooking zone hob. A good spec but only ok value for money induction 4 burner / cooking zone hob. A burner / cooking zone and good spec gas hob. A good spec but 3 year old induction 4 burner / cooking zone hob.
7 Reasons For
Keep Warm Function
Eight More Power Levels
Pan Detection System
Child Lock
Built-in Display
Residual Heat Indicator
Better Kagoo Score
5 Reasons For
17 Power Levels
Pan Detection System
Child Lock
Residual Heat Indicator
Better Kagoo Score
7 Reasons For
Eight More Power Levels
Pan Detection System
Child Lock
Built-in Display
Residual Heat Indicator
Better Kagoo Score
Newer by One Month
4 Reasons For
One More Burner / Cooking Zone
Wok Burner
Five Simultaneously Used Cooking Zones
Electronic Ignition
6 Reasons For
Eight More Power Levels
Pan Detection System
Child Lock
Built-in Display
Residual Heat Indicator
Newer by One Month
3 Reasons Against
One Less Burner / Cooking Zone
Only Four Simultaneously Used Cooking Zones
Older by Four Months
2 Reasons Against
Only Four Burners / Cooking Zones
One Month Older
2 Reasons Against
One Less Burner / Cooking Zone
Only Four Simultaneously Used Cooking Zones
3 Reasons Against
Eight Less Power Levels
Worse Kagoo Score
Older by One Month
2 Reasons Against
One Less Burner / Cooking Zone
Worse Kagoo Score
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Siemens EH675FFC1E

Siemens EH675FFC1E

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Siemens EH675FFC1E
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BURNERS /
COOKING ZONES
BUILT-
IN
17
POWER LEVELS

The Siemens EH675FFC1E has a Kagoo Score of 61. With a price tag of $0.00 this hob is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Siemens EH675FFC1E or read our article on whether you should buy a Siemens hob.

Features We Love:
Induction
Built-in display
Residual heat indicator
Pan detection system
Child lock

A good spec but only ok value for money induction 4 burner / cooking zone hob.

76
Features
Good Features
61
Value for Money
Good
61
Kagoo Score
Good

7 Reasons For for Choosing the Siemens EH675FFC1E

Keep Warm Function

The Siemens EH675FFC1E has a keep warm function, but the Siemens EC9A5RB90, the Siemens EU601FEB2E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E do not. More ...

'Keep Warm Function' denotes whether the hob has the function to run at a low heat, just enough to keep food warm without continuing to cook it.

A keep warm function is very helpful for keeping food fresh and warm until it's ready to be eaten.

Eight More Power Levels

The Siemens EH675FFC1E is a 17 power level hob (as do the Siemens EU601FEB2E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 only has nine power levels. More ...

'Power Levels' indicates the number of different power stages (low, medium, high, etc) on the hob the user can choose from.

More power levels means that the hob is more versatile, and can handle temperatures from very low to extremely hot.

Pan Detection System

The Siemens EH675FFC1E has a pan detection system (as do the Siemens EU601FEB2E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not have this feature. More ...

A pan detection system is a special function of induction hobs, where they can measure the power delivered by the hob to tell when a cooking utensil has been placed onto or removed from the hob.

A pan detection system is very helpful for saving energy by only activating the hob when a pan is placed on it, and for reducing the chance of someone burning themselves by forgetting the hob was turned on and hot.

Child Lock

The Siemens EH675FFC1E has a child lock (as do the Siemens EU601FEB2E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not have this feature. More ...

'Child Lock' denoted whether the hob has a feature to stop the hob from functioning, in order to stop children accidentally starting the hob and hurting themselves.

A child lock can help stop any accidents from prying little fingers.

Built-in Display

The Siemens EH675FFC1E has a built-in display (as do the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), but the Siemens EC9A5RB90 and the Siemens EU611BEB2E do not have this feature. More ...

'Built-In Display' denotes whether the hob comes with a display that shows information about the current status of the appliance.

A built-in display can allow you to see what hobs are turned on at a glance, as well as other important info.

Residual Heat Indicator

The Siemens EH675FFC1E has a residual heat indicator (as do the Siemens EU601FEB2E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), but the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not have this feature. More ...

'Residual Heat Indicator' denotes whether the hob has a special light or indicator to show when the burners are hot, even after use.

Hobs will still be hot for a while after use, but it isn't always immediately obvious that they do still carry heat - especially with induction hobs. A heat indicator helps prevent you from accidentally burning yourself.

Better Kagoo Score

The Siemens EH675FFC1E has received a Kagoo Score of 61, but the Siemens EC9A5RB90 scored 60 and the Siemens EW645CFB2E scored 59.

3 Reasons Against for Choosing the Siemens EH675FFC1E

One Less Burner / Cooking Zone

The number of burners / cooking zones on the Siemens EH675FFC1E is four (as do the Siemens EU601FEB2E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), but the Siemens EC9A5RB90 only has five burners / cooking zones. More ...

The number of burners (gas) or cooking zones (electric) on the hob.

More burners/cooking zones mean that you can cook more food at once, making the hob more efficient and meaning you can prepare large meals faster.

Only Four Simultaneously Used Cooking Zones

The Siemens EH675FFC1E is a four simultaneously used cooking zones hob, and so does the Siemens EU601FEB2E, whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 only has five simultaneously used cooking zones. More ...

We do not know the number of simultaneously used cooking zones on the Siemens EU611BEB2E or the Siemens EW645CFB2E. It is possible that they do not have any simultaneously used cooking zones.

Simultaneously Used Cooking Zones' denotes the number of burners/hot plates that can be used at once on the hob.

More cooking zones means that you can cook more dishes at once, making it easier to cook food for larger groups, or multi-task with several meals at once.

Older by Four Months

The Siemens EH675FFC1E is three months older than the Siemens EC9A5RB90, four months older than the Siemens EU601FEB2E, three months older than the Siemens EU611BEB2E and four months older than the Siemens EW645CFB2E.

Siemens EU611BEB2E

Siemens EU611BEB2E

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Siemens EU611BEB2E
4
BURNERS /
COOKING ZONES
BUILT-
IN
17
POWER LEVELS

The Siemens EU611BEB2E has a Kagoo Score of 61. With a price tag of $0.00 this hob is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Siemens EU611BEB2E or read our article on whether you should buy a Siemens hob.

Features We Love:
Induction
Residual heat indicator
Pan detection system
Child lock
Timer

A good spec but only moderate value for money induction 4 burner / cooking zone hob.

77
Features
Good Features
59
Value for Money
Average
61
Kagoo Score
Good

5 Reasons For for Choosing the Siemens EU611BEB2E

17 Power Levels

The Siemens EU611BEB2E has 17 power levels, and so do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E, however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 only has nine power levels. More ...

'Power Levels' indicates the number of different power stages (low, medium, high, etc) on the hob the user can choose from.

More power levels means that the hob is more versatile, and can handle temperatures from very low to extremely hot.

Pan Detection System

The Siemens EU611BEB2E has a pan detection system, and so do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E, however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not. More ...

A pan detection system is a special function of induction hobs, where they can measure the power delivered by the hob to tell when a cooking utensil has been placed onto or removed from the hob.

A pan detection system is very helpful for saving energy by only activating the hob when a pan is placed on it, and for reducing the chance of someone burning themselves by forgetting the hob was turned on and hot.

Child Lock

The Siemens EU611BEB2E has a child lock, and so do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E, however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not. More ...

'Child Lock' denoted whether the hob has a feature to stop the hob from functioning, in order to stop children accidentally starting the hob and hurting themselves.

A child lock can help stop any accidents from prying little fingers.

Residual Heat Indicator

The Siemens EU611BEB2E has a residual heat indicator, and so do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E, whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not. More ...

'Residual Heat Indicator' denotes whether the hob has a special light or indicator to show when the burners are hot, even after use.

Hobs will still be hot for a while after use, but it isn't always immediately obvious that they do still carry heat - especially with induction hobs. A heat indicator helps prevent you from accidentally burning yourself.

Better Kagoo Score

The Siemens EU611BEB2E has received a Kagoo Score of 61, whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 scored 60 and the Siemens EW645CFB2E scored 59.

2 Reasons Against for Choosing the Siemens EU611BEB2E

Only Four Burners / Cooking Zones

The Siemens EU611BEB2E is a four burner / cooking zone hob, and so do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E, whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 only has five burners / cooking zones. More ...

The number of burners (gas) or cooking zones (electric) on the hob.

More burners/cooking zones mean that you can cook more food at once, making the hob more efficient and meaning you can prepare large meals faster.

One Month Older

The Siemens EU611BEB2E is older than the Siemens EU601FEB2E by one month and older than the Siemens EW645CFB2E by one month. The Siemens EU611BEB2E is the same age as the Siemens EC9A5RB90.

Siemens EU601FEB2E

Siemens EU601FEB2E

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Siemens EU601FEB2E
4
BURNERS /
COOKING ZONES
BUILT-
IN
17
POWER LEVELS

The Siemens EU601FEB2E has a Kagoo Score of 61. With a price tag of $0.00 this hob is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Siemens EU601FEB2E or read our article on whether you should buy a Siemens hob.

Features We Love:
Induction
Built-in display
Residual heat indicator
Pan detection system
Child lock

A good spec but only ok value for money induction 4 burner / cooking zone hob.

77
Features
Good Features
59
Value for Money
Average
61
Kagoo Score
Good

7 Reasons For for Choosing the Siemens EU601FEB2E

Eight More Power Levels

The Siemens EU601FEB2E has 17 power levels (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 only has nine power levels. More ...

'Power Levels' indicates the number of different power stages (low, medium, high, etc) on the hob the user can choose from.

More power levels means that the hob is more versatile, and can handle temperatures from very low to extremely hot.

Pan Detection System

The Siemens EU601FEB2E has a pan detection system (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not have this feature. More ...

A pan detection system is a special function of induction hobs, where they can measure the power delivered by the hob to tell when a cooking utensil has been placed onto or removed from the hob.

A pan detection system is very helpful for saving energy by only activating the hob when a pan is placed on it, and for reducing the chance of someone burning themselves by forgetting the hob was turned on and hot.

Child Lock

The Siemens EU601FEB2E has a child lock (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not have this feature. More ...

'Child Lock' denoted whether the hob has a feature to stop the hob from functioning, in order to stop children accidentally starting the hob and hurting themselves.

A child lock can help stop any accidents from prying little fingers.

Built-in Display

The Siemens EU601FEB2E has a built-in display (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 and the Siemens EU611BEB2E do not have this feature. More ...

'Built-In Display' denotes whether the hob comes with a display that shows information about the current status of the appliance.

A built-in display can allow you to see what hobs are turned on at a glance, as well as other important info.

Residual Heat Indicator

The Siemens EU601FEB2E has a residual heat indicator (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not have this feature. More ...

'Residual Heat Indicator' denotes whether the hob has a special light or indicator to show when the burners are hot, even after use.

Hobs will still be hot for a while after use, but it isn't always immediately obvious that they do still carry heat - especially with induction hobs. A heat indicator helps prevent you from accidentally burning yourself.

Better Kagoo Score

The Siemens EU601FEB2E has received a Kagoo Score of 61, whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 scored 60 and the Siemens EW645CFB2E scored 59.

Newer by One Month

The Siemens EU601FEB2E is one month newer than the Siemens EC9A5RB90, four months newer than the Siemens EH675FFC1E and one month newer than the Siemens EU611BEB2E

2 Reasons Against for Choosing the Siemens EU601FEB2E

One Less Burner / Cooking Zone

The Siemens EU601FEB2E is a four burner / cooking zone hob (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E), whereas the Siemens EC9A5RB90 only has five burners / cooking zones. More ...

The number of burners (gas) or cooking zones (electric) on the hob.

More burners/cooking zones mean that you can cook more food at once, making the hob more efficient and meaning you can prepare large meals faster.

Only Four Simultaneously Used Cooking Zones

The Siemens EU601FEB2E has four simultaneously used cooking zones, and so does the Siemens EH675FFC1E, however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 only has five simultaneously used cooking zones. More ...

We do not know the number of simultaneously used cooking zones on the Siemens EU611BEB2E or the Siemens EW645CFB2E. It is possible that they do not have any simultaneously used cooking zones.

Simultaneously Used Cooking Zones' denotes the number of burners/hot plates that can be used at once on the hob.

More cooking zones means that you can cook more dishes at once, making it easier to cook food for larger groups, or multi-task with several meals at once.

Siemens EC9A5RB90

Siemens EC9A5RB90

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Siemens EC9A5RB90
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BURNERS /
COOKING ZONES
BUILT-
IN
9
POWER LEVELS

The Siemens EC9A5RB90 has a Kagoo Score of 60. With a price tag of $0.00 this hob is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Siemens EC9A5RB90 or read our article on whether you should buy a Siemens hob.

Features We Love:
Five burners / cooking zones
Wok burner
Electronic ignition
Five gas burners
Thermocouple protection

A burner / cooking zone and good spec gas hob.

76
Features
Good Features
58
Value for Money
Average
60
Kagoo Score
Good

4 Reasons For for Choosing the Siemens EC9A5RB90

One More Burner / Cooking Zone

The Siemens EC9A5RB90 is a five burner / cooking zone hob, whereas the Siemens EW645CFB2E only has four burners / cooking zones. More ...

The number of burners (gas) or cooking zones (electric) on the hob.

More burners/cooking zones mean that you can cook more food at once, making the hob more efficient and meaning you can prepare large meals faster.

Wok Burner

The Siemens EC9A5RB90 has a wok burner, but the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E do not have this feature. More ...

A wok burner is an extra-large burner meant for use with woks and other large-bottom pans.

Wok burners help distribute the heat more evenly across the entire diameter of the wok, meaning cooking is more even and effective.

Five Simultaneously Used Cooking Zones

The Siemens EC9A5RB90 has five simultaneously used cooking zones, however the Siemens EU601FEB2E only has four simultaneously used cooking zones. More ...

We do not know the number of simultaneously used cooking zones on the Siemens EU611BEB2E or the Siemens EW645CFB2E. It is possible that they do not have any simultaneously used cooking zones.

Simultaneously Used Cooking Zones' denotes the number of burners/hot plates that can be used at once on the hob.

More cooking zones means that you can cook more dishes at once, making it easier to cook food for larger groups, or multi-task with several meals at once.

Electronic Ignition

The Siemens EC9A5RB90 has an electronic ignition, whereas the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E, the Siemens EU611BEB2E and the Siemens EW645CFB2E do not have this feature. More ...

An electronic ignition is a special device to ignite the hob at the press of a switch, without the need for the standard manual aids (such as matches).

Electronic ignitions are far more efficient and less prone to mistakes than standard manual ignitions - they will always work first time.

3 Reasons Against for Choosing the Siemens EC9A5RB90

Eight Less Power Levels

The Siemens EC9A5RB90 has nine power levels, however the Siemens EW645CFB2E only has 17 power levels. More ...

'Power Levels' indicates the number of different power stages (low, medium, high, etc) on the hob the user can choose from.

More power levels means that the hob is more versatile, and can handle temperatures from very low to extremely hot.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Siemens EC9A5RB90 has received a Kagoo Score of 60, whereas the Siemens EH675FFC1E scored 61, the Siemens EU601FEB2E scored 61 and the Siemens EU611BEB2E scored 61.

Older by One Month

The Siemens EC9A5RB90 is one month older than the Siemens EU601FEB2E and one month older than the Siemens EW645CFB2E. The Siemens EC9A5RB90 is the same age as the Siemens EU611BEB2E.

Siemens EW645CFB2E

Siemens EW645CFB2E

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Siemens EW645CFB2E
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BURNERS /
COOKING ZONES
BUILT-
IN
17
POWER LEVELS

The Siemens EW645CFB2E has a Kagoo Score of 59. With a price tag of $0.00 this hob is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Siemens EW645CFB2E or read our article on whether you should buy a Siemens hob.

Features We Love:
Induction
Built-in display
Residual heat indicator
Pan detection system
Child lock

A good spec but 3 year old induction 4 burner / cooking zone hob.

76
Features
Good Features
59
Kagoo Score
Average

6 Reasons For for Choosing the Siemens EW645CFB2E

Eight More Power Levels

The number of power levels on the Siemens EW645CFB2E is 17 (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EU611BEB2E), but the Siemens EC9A5RB90 only has nine power levels. More ...

'Power Levels' indicates the number of different power stages (low, medium, high, etc) on the hob the user can choose from.

More power levels means that the hob is more versatile, and can handle temperatures from very low to extremely hot.

Pan Detection System

The Siemens EW645CFB2E has a pan detection system (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EU611BEB2E), but the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not have this feature. More ...

A pan detection system is a special function of induction hobs, where they can measure the power delivered by the hob to tell when a cooking utensil has been placed onto or removed from the hob.

A pan detection system is very helpful for saving energy by only activating the hob when a pan is placed on it, and for reducing the chance of someone burning themselves by forgetting the hob was turned on and hot.

Child Lock

The Siemens EW645CFB2E has a child lock (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EU611BEB2E), but the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not have this feature. More ...

'Child Lock' denoted whether the hob has a feature to stop the hob from functioning, in order to stop children accidentally starting the hob and hurting themselves.

A child lock can help stop any accidents from prying little fingers.

Built-in Display

The Siemens EW645CFB2E has a built-in display (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E and the Siemens EU601FEB2E), however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 and the Siemens EU611BEB2E do not have this feature. More ...

'Built-In Display' denotes whether the hob comes with a display that shows information about the current status of the appliance.

A built-in display can allow you to see what hobs are turned on at a glance, as well as other important info.

Residual Heat Indicator

The Siemens EW645CFB2E has a residual heat indicator (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EU611BEB2E), however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 does not have this feature. More ...

'Residual Heat Indicator' denotes whether the hob has a special light or indicator to show when the burners are hot, even after use.

Hobs will still be hot for a while after use, but it isn't always immediately obvious that they do still carry heat - especially with induction hobs. A heat indicator helps prevent you from accidentally burning yourself.

Newer by One Month

The Siemens EW645CFB2E was released one month after the Siemens EC9A5RB90, released four months after the Siemens EH675FFC1E and released one month after the Siemens EU611BEB2E

2 Reasons Against for Choosing the Siemens EW645CFB2E

One Less Burner / Cooking Zone

The Siemens EW645CFB2E has four burners / cooking zones (as do the Siemens EH675FFC1E, the Siemens EU601FEB2E and the Siemens EU611BEB2E), however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 only has five burners / cooking zones. More ...

The number of burners (gas) or cooking zones (electric) on the hob.

More burners/cooking zones mean that you can cook more food at once, making the hob more efficient and meaning you can prepare large meals faster.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Siemens EW645CFB2E has received a Kagoo Score of 59, however the Siemens EC9A5RB90 scored 60, the Siemens EH675FFC1E scored 61, the Siemens EU601FEB2E scored 61 and the Siemens EU611BEB2E scored 61.

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