This powerful double-oven range is great for those who like to multitask when cooking. You can roast, broil, simmer, griddle and boil water, all at the same time.
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Pro Excellent for multitasking
With five different burners and a double oven design, this unit is perfect for multitasking. For example, while you use the lower oven for convection cooking, you can simultaneously broil burgers on the upper one. The cooktop has an oval-shaped central burner where you can cook with wide casseroles, or you can swap the grid with a griddle, and cook eggs and bacon. The smaller burners are perfect for simmering. The two large front burners can be used for rapid boiling or frying.
Pro Versatile burners
The cooktop’s front left burner consists of a center-tiered burner and a donut-shaped outer burner. This makes the range quite flexible with the temperatures it can reach, so you can gently simmer a sauce or cook a large steak on the same burner. Additionally, such burners heat up cookware more evenly than standard burners.
Pro Versatile oven
The lower 4.3 cu-ft oven is capable of convection cooking, which distributes heat evenly throughout the cavity to prevent overcooked or undercooked portions. This is especially useful when doing multi-rack baking. The upper 2.4 cu-ft. oven can't do convection baking, but, on the other hand, it does have a broil feature.
Pro Controls are nicely placed, avoiding the danger of getting burned.
The range's control panel is situated on the front of the unit, so you don’t have to risk burning yourself while reaching over the cooktop, contrarily to what happens with some other ranges.
Con Lacks a flame sensor
There is no flame sensor or re-ignition feature, so it’s better not to leave the cooktop without supervision for a long time.
Con Lacks self-cleaning
There are no self-cleaning features, which are quite standard for units in this price range.
Con Not kid-safe
While the main control panel can be locked to prevent accidental activation, you can't lock the gas knobs, which can be risky if you have kids.
Con Controls are prone to accidental presses.
The buttons themselves are very sensitive, which can lead to accidental presses with only light touches.