Sometimes, our eyes are just too big for our stoves, and you might find that something you want to cook requires a bigger cooking zone than what your stove supports. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone had thought of a solution?

Beko thinks it has one, with a new induction cooktop called the “Indyflex,” a product that features four cooking spots, two of which can be linked up if you need a bigger cooking space to work with.

This means bigger pots, pans, and anything else made to work with an induction cooker that’s larger than your typical spot.

“I think Australians are looking for flexibility of use in all types of appliances – so they can choose the best way to use products to suit their needs and their lifestyle,” said Paul Reeves, General Manager of Sales and Marketing at Beko Australia.

“Our new Indyflex cooktop really provides stylish good looks, energy efficiency and the ability to cook with precision, delivering the best possible results.”

The cooktop offer 19 heat levels with touch controls, making the degrees of heat more accurate than you’re usual numbered dial, with a booster mode that speeds up the heating of the stove-top.

Beko’s Indyflex is in stores across the country now for $1999.