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The oven delivers very good baking performance despite not having any convection units or specialized modes. It takes only a short while for the oven to reach the desired temperature. Temperatures are distributed evenly throughout the cavity, preventing burned or undercooked items. See More
There are four heating elements on the rangetop, one of which is a double ring useful for both small and large pots. All of the elements can reach temperatures high enough for stir-frying and searing. Additionally, the elements can provide low temperatures, ideal for simmering and melting. See More
With a price tag below $900, this cooktop is very versatile. It has four burners ranging from 1200 W up to 3300 W, two of which have more than one ring (a two-ring one and a three-ring one) for higher temperatures and more precise control. The cooktop also features a three-level warming zone where you can temporarily store the cooked food to keep it warm. See More
The 5.9 cu-ft. oven can be transformed into two separate ovens (a large one and a small one) just by sliding in a partition. This allows you to broil and bake different things at the same time. You can safely cook meat in one part while baking cookies in the second one, without worrying that the smells and flavors will mix. Same goes for the door, you can either open the whole door or just the top part of it. See More
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. See More
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. See More
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. See More
The cooktop consists of 4 burners and a warming zone. The two back burners deliver medium power, being perfectly suitable for simmering or keeping the food warm. The front burners, on the other hand, can be set to either provide a significant amount of heat or keeping a relatively low temperature of 180 ºF. The right tri-ring burner is very versatile, supporting three different cookware sizes: 6", 9" and 12". See More
The cooktop of this range uses induction heating technology. The inductive coils heat up cookware without providing direct heat to the surface. After removing a pot or a pan, the surface will be warm due to the contact with hot cookware, but it will cool down quickly. See More
While most ovens have a heating element at the bottom, this oven has a heating element mounted at the rear that works together with a fan for true convection. This eliminates burnt bottoms when baking biscuits or cookies. Also, the convection allows you to cook meat with excellent results. See More
Convection cooking helps you cook meals faster by using a fan to evenly distribute hot air throughout the oven's inside. The air blowing under, over and around your food helps it cook quickly and evenly. This is an advantage if you cook/bake for a lot of people and your food are always in huge batches. See More
Traditional ovens must fully warm to the time listed on your food's package before you can actually put food inside. That's not the case with this oven, its Frozen Bake technology will automatically calculate the cook time for you after you input the type of food/preheat temp found in the food's package. The convection fan quickly heats the oven cavity, saving you time and eliminating the need to preheat the oven. See More
This oven's versatile rack system puts space to good use by allowing you to configure the stainless steel racks to seven different positions. It has 6.4 cu.ft of space, an advantage if you cook for a lot of people and make complex food that requires baking multiple ingredients. See More
Most range drawers are meant for storage or keeping food warm, but in this case, the drawer works like a small oven which you can bake with, slow cook, or just keep food warm. This allows for some multitasking, such as baking a dessert while the main dish is in the primary oven. See More
This range has several features that will help you make meals efficiently. It includes various racks, such as a gliding rack, a maximum capacity rack for large pieces of meat, and a steam rack. It also comes with a wireless probe that lets you check food temperature. See More
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