If you look past the cheesy ‘High Definition Cooking’ promotional claims from Hotpoint what get with the Luce by Hotpoint Multiplo is a modular, domino-style hob with a unique multi-functional benefit as with the Multiplo you can steam, boil, roast, fry and slow cook – making it the ultimate all-in-one cooking appliance for perfect cooking results and all important versatility.
Domino Hobs are very on trend but their use is one of those trends that is more than just a passing fad or this season must have. Domino hobs provide versatility in the kitchen and enable a wider range of dishes to be cooked with only minimal space consideration and its in this ilk that whilst the Luce by Hotpoint Multiplo doesn’t offer a Teppanyaki grill (a fave of ours – derived from teppan, which means iron plate, and yaki, which means grilled, broiled, or pan-fried.) the Luce by Hotpoint Multiplo is a great all rounder.
It boasts five cooking methods including: Steam, Roast, Fry, Slow Cook, and Boil, all from an easy to use touch controlled electronic display. There are two Individual timers – 1 for each cooking zone, and 2 x 1.4kW Induction Zones (Combine to 2.8kW), with 16 Power Levels, and Residual Heat Indicators.
Accessories include: 2 High Quality Stainless Cooking Vessels, 2 Glass see-through lids, 2 Steaming shelves, 1 Deep fry basket, 1 Pasta draining basket, 1 Set of handles for removing vessels, 1 Large Cooking Vessel containing glass lid, steaming shelves and pasta draining basket
“Everything cooks better in HD” is a little bit lame (a phrase) from Hotpoint to be honest but whilst your food wont look any more ‘high def’ than normal the Luce by Hotpoint Multiplo is definitely a great buy and at around £2400-2500 is does work out cost wise to be in the same realms as choosing 3 or 4 domino separates, but here in one unit.