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The jewel of the Iron Grey Collection, this new horiZone Chef Tactilium induction hob combines an elegant appearance with cutting-edge technology. Paired with the zoneless cooking area and one of the four cooking modes, this innovative, modular, multifunction horiZone Play design comes with a state-of-the-art control screen and will provide you with a culinary experience like no other. 

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HoriZone Play - Exceptional Modularity
This innovative design enables you to use a single hob for multiple different cooking methods, giving you unprecedented taste sensations. Delivered with a wood chopping board, the hob can also be customized with a detachable grill or plancha specially designed to match the dimensions of the horiZone.
HoriZone Chef Tactilium - Endless Extra Space and Inspiration
This new and unique modular design offers four distinctive cooking modes and allows for endless combinations. Offering totally zoneless, two-zone, and even three- or four-zone combinations, this hob will continue to amaze you with its capabilities.
Cookware Recognition - Quite Simply Revolutionary
The horiZone Chef Tactilium hob uses this feature to instantly sense cookware on its surface, regardless of where it is positioned. You can therefore move it at any point during the cooking process: assigned settings will automatically follow dishes from one point to another.
The Tactilium Screen
The horiZone Chef Tactilium hob combines an elegant appearance with cutting-edge technology. It is equipped with a state-ofthe- art control screen. The brightness and contrasts of the touch-sensitive interface make it easy to read the clear function descriptions that it provides. You programme your cooking processes by choosing the cooking mode and available power settings, either through touching the screen or using the slider.

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