Top positive review
Looks good on top but the underside reveals that it is a cheaply made and somewhat poorly assembled stove. OK for 6K but not 13K
5 July 2018
It looks good and works well, but Elica's so-called modern factory in Pune needs to learn how to properly tighten small nuts on the underside of the stove, the ones that hold up the metal gas pipe. One of them was missing right from the day it got delivered, and the other ones keeps coming loose every few weeks. Because of this, the knobs move up and down when operated and feel cheap and flimsy because of the missing left side nut (viewable by lifting the stove and looking at its underside. Tightening the right side nut at least keeps the right most knob from vertically moving when operated. The right side brass burner looked like it had been dropped on a concrete floor because it has several small dents on its top edge. However the dents don't affect the functioning of the burner. Had this stove about a month now and it's OK for the Rs. 6000 I paid for it. Definitely not worth the original price of Rs.13K though.