Hobs are available in a multitude of sizes, fuels, colours and configurations, with options to suit all tastes and virtually any style of cooking. The showroom in Somerset features an extensive ensemble of hobs by globally respected brands including Neff, Siemens, Miele, Gaggenau and Wolf, all of which have their own sense of style and a long standing reputation for quality.

Induction hobs have taken the culinary world by storm in last few years, and with good reason. The advantages of cooking this way are many, with speed and control being the most impressive. The latest Zoneless Induction models have now arrived at Spillers, taking versatility to another level entirely.

Of course Induction may not be for everyone, which is why gas and a wide selection of specialist hobs (including Tepan Plates, Deep Fat Fryers and Wok Burners) are also on display.

Choose a manufacturer

Neff hob

Neff offers three types of hob: induction, gas and ceramic. Each has unique qualities and innovative features.

Gaggenau hob

Gaggenau – From state-of-the-art induction technology to classic gas cooktops, When it comes to Hobs the difference is Gaggenau

Miele Hob

Miele Hobs are simple to use and efficient, which are two of the most important factors when choosing a hob.

Siemens hob

Siemens Hobs. Eye-catching design and razor-sharp looks go hand in hand with innovative technology and ergonomic design.

Wolf Hob

The range is a natural heart of any kitchen, so style and performance are vital. Wolf doesn’t disappoint.

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