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Top Of The Best Freestanding Ranges Reviewed In 2018

Last Updated March 1, 2019
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Adrian HoffmanHi! My name is Reginald Meyer. After putting in 50+ hours of research and testing, I made a list of the best Freestanding Ranges of 2018 and explained their differences and advantages.

In this article, I will be categorizing the items according to their functions and most typical features. I hope that my Top 10 list will provide you great options in buying the right fit for you.



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№1 – Kenmore 73433 4.2 cu. ft. Freestanding Gas Range in Stainless Steel, includes delivery and hookup (Available in select cities only)

Kenmore 73433 4.2 cu. ft. Freestanding Gas Range in Stainless Steel, includes delivery and hookup (Available in select cities only)
Only available in select cities. Item includes room of choice delivery, unboxing, item hook-up (including required parts) and free optional haul-away at checkout
4.2 cubic foot capacity
5 sealed burners providing cooktop versatility


№2 – Blomberg BERU24100SS 24″ Freestanding Electric Range with 2.3 cu. ft. and True Convection Oven, Stainless Steel

Blomberg BERU24100SS 24
3D Cooking: an advanced convection system that uses an additional heating element, which surrounds the cooking fan located at the back of the oven, for a three-dimensional cooking effect
Oven cavity coated with exclusive, long-lasting, nonporous, easy-clean enamel


№3 – GE JGBS66REKSS 30″ Gas Freestanding Range with 5 Burners, Sealed Burner, 5.0 Cu. Ft. Primary Oven Capacity, in Stainless Steel

30″ Gas Freestanding Range with 5 Burners, Sealed Burner, 5.0 Cu. Ft. Primary Oven Capacity, Griddle, Self-Cleaning Mode, Electronic Ignition in Stainless Steel
Reliable! I really like this!


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Here’s everything you need to know about buying an oven…

First, let’s get a few vocab terms out of the way to make sure we’re on the same page:

You should also answer a few questions before you start to shop for an oven or range:

What type of home cook are you? Do you take your cues from Top Chef challenges, or are you a frozen pizza type of cook? Do you love baking pastries, or do you stick with the stovetop? Be realistic about the features you need and will use in an oven or range to keep yourself from wasting money on upgrades you’ll never use.

What type of appliance does your kitchen accommodate? Do you have a built-in wall oven and separate cooktop, or do you only have space for a range? Stick with a product that will fit into your current setup, unless you’re ready for a big renovation to accompany your new appliance purchase.

What type of power hookup do you have? Check to see if you have a gas line or just an electric outlet.

What’s your budget? Some ranges can cost as much as a year’s salary (I’m serious). With that said, set a budget so that shiny stainless steel finishes and touchpad controls don’t blind you to the reality of what you can afford. Fortunately, our testing has shown us that you can find a good appliances at any price point. Here’s a broad view of what to expect in different price categories:


The heat output from electric cooktops is measured in watts. Output varies from stove to stove and burner to burner, but the output generally falls somewhere between 1,200 watts for low heat on a small burner and 3,800 BTUs for high heat on a large burner, though we’ve seen outliers on both ends of the spectrum. There are different types of electric cooktops from which you can select:

Smoothtop (glass-ceramic cooktop): These cooktops are made of smooth glass-ceramic with heating units under the surface. A built-in sensor lets you know when a burner is still hot. This is important with smooth electric cooking surfaces because the burner doesn’t always turn red if the heat is low. Keep in mind that this type of cooktop is prone to scratches, and not all cookware is safe to use on the surface (the appliance’s manual will let you know what’s safe to use).

Electric coil: These burners convert the electricity that runs into the coil into heat. These cooktops contain thermostat sensors that notify you when a burner is on, but not necessarily whether it is still hot. Electric coil stoves are notorious for uneven cooking because of uneven distribution of the coil. In short, it is hard to keep the coil perfectly level, which can make all of the food in the pan slide to one side. In addition, electric coil stoves are slow to heat and slow to cool. But ranges with this type of cooktop are cheaper than comparable models.

Dual fuel

Some ranges use two types of power: gas for the cooktop, and electric in the oven. These dual fuel ranges are a good compromise for folks who want the direct heat of a gas burner but the even cooking of an electric oven. However, these hybrids cost more than traditional one-power-source ranges.


These ranges don’t have a back panel and are meant to fit in flush with the surrounding countertops. countertops. Slide-in ranges are often more expensive than freestanding models because of the mechanics that go into putting all the controls up front.


Drop-in ranges are similar to slide-in models — they sit flush with the surrounding countertops and all the controls are located at the front of the unit. But this type of range looks like you dropped it between two cabinets because of a strip of cabinetry you place beneath the appliance.

Convection fans

Convection fans are built into the back of oven walls. They circulate the heat in the oven so hot air is more evenly dispersed, which means your food will bake more evenly. You’d want convection fans if you’re baking food like cookies on more than one oven rack at the same time. Midpriced ovens will have at least one convection fan. Some ovens have what’s called “true” or “European” convection, which means there’s a heating element that surrounds the fan that warms the air as the fan blows. Read more about the science of convection here.

Temperature probes

Temperature probes plug into the wall of your oven, and you use them to monitor the internal temperature of meat as it cooks. The temperature displays on the control panel of your oven, so you don’t have to open the door to see if your dish is done.

Beko BDVG694SP 60cm Double Oven Gas Cooker in Silver

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** UK Mainland Delivery Only **

Capacity 1: 72

Capacity 2: 31

Display: N

Double/Single/Twin: Double

Bosch HGI8054UC 800 30″ Stainless Steel Gas Slide-In Sealed Burner Range – Convection

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Sealed Burners

18,000 BTU Center Burner

4.cu. ft. Convection Oven

Pyrolytic Self-Clean

Cooking Modes

Smeg A3XU48″ Freestanding Dual Fuel Cavity “Opera” Range with 3.cu. ft. & 1.4cu. ft. Ovens Ever-Clean Enameled Oven Interior and Gas Burners & Electric Grill in Stainless

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Sealed Burners

Electric Grill

3.cu. ft. True European Convection Oven

Secondary Multifunction Static …

Thor Kitchen HRG3609U 36″ Freestanding Gas Range Convection Oven in Stainless Steel

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5.cu. ft. oven capacity for cooking multiple dishes.

18,000 BTU Infrared center griddle for high heat searing.

GE Cafe CGS990SETSS 30″ Freestanding Gas Range with Sealed Burners, Convection Self-Clean Double Oven and Griddle, in Stainless Steel

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Sealed Burners

20,000 BTU Tri-Ring Burner

Precise Simmer Burner

6.cu. ft. Convection Double Oven


3in. Gas Range with Italian Made Burners, Oven, Broiler, Motorized Rotisserie, Lower Storage Cabinet Cosmo COS-965AG

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3.cu. ft. 19,000 BTU Oven and 15,000 BTU Broiler

Italian Made Burners: 15,000 BTU, 10,200 BTU, x 7,500 BTU …

LG LDG3036ST Freestanding Gas Range, 30-Inch, Stainless Steel

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2.Cu. Ft. Upper Oven

3.Cu. Ft. Lower Oven

Sealed Gas Cooktop Burners

Convection Bake

Convection Roast

Rangemaster Elan 1Dual Fuel FSD Range Cooker – Freestanding – ELAS110DFFCR – Cream / Chrome

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Dual Fuel Type

Burners / Zones


In cm – (H)92.x (W)1x (D)60

Electric Fan Oven Main Cavity Type

Baumatic BCD925BL Dual Fuel Range Cooker Free Standing Black

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Dual Fuel Type

Burners / Zones


In cm – (H)9x (W)90 x (D)60

Multifunctional Main Cavity Type

Baumatic BCG925SS Gas Range Cooker Free Standing Stainless Steel

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Gas Fuel Type

Burners / Zones


In cm – (H)88.x (W)90 x (D)60

Gas Conventional Oven / Electric Grill …

Kucht KRG3080U Professional 4.cu. ft. Natural Gas Range with Sealed Burners and Convection Oven, Stainless Steel

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Cook and bake like a pro with the extra-large convection oven with 4.cu. ft. of capacity, rack …

Baumatic BC190.2TCSS Single Cavity 90cm Gas Range Cooker in Stainless Steel

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Gas Fuel Type

Burners / Zones


In cm – (H)8x (W)89.x (D)59.5

Gas Conventional Oven / Grill Main …

Samsung NX58H5600SS 30 In. Freestanding Gas Range with Custom Griddle and 5.Cu. Ft. Convection Oven, Stainless Steel

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gas cooktop burners including 17K BTU power burner and 5K BTU simmer burner

Cast iron 3-piece grates, plus …

Ge RANGES, OVENS & COOKTOPS 2902430″ 4.Cu.ft. Free-Standing Gas Range, Silver

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This is easy to use

This is highly durable

This is manufactured in United states

Samsung NX58H9500WS Slide-In Stainless Steel Gas Range with Sealed Burners, 30-Inch

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Sealed Burners

5.cu. ft. Capacity

Guiding Light Controls

True Convection

Temperature Probe

How we picked

Any range will cook your food, but after talking to several experts and comparing well over 200 different freestanding and slide-in ranges (or stoves), we learned that the best ones stick to a simple set of features because they’re more reliable that way. Here’s how we sorted through them:

Less-important features

In an attempt to make otherwise typical machines appear extraordinary, stove makers tend to shoehorn a lot of frills into their ranges. While you may appreciate some of these extras, don’t let them distract you from what’s really important.

Self-cleaning method. Pyrolitic (high-heat) self-cleaning is probably the most effective style, but it runs the risk of damaging the machine’s electronics, according to Chris Bellio, a technician at Expert Appliance Repair in Maine. A steam-clean option combined with an easy-wipe coating is safer, but requires a lot more work. Neither method is perfect, and we didn’t favor one over the other. Having both options is great!

A griddle, wok grate, temperature probe, or any other extra cooking accessories. These are all pretty cool extras, but most people won’t use them and you can always buy them separately if you do need them. We did not factor these hardware accessories into our picks.

Extra cooking modes like a delayed start, food-specific presets, healthy modes, and the like. Some people might find a few of these useful; other people will never touch any of them. When a stove has more modes, that means it has a more complicated control board and extra wiring. Jeffrey Adkins, a repair technician for Appliance Repair Experts in Las Vegas, specifically told us less is more. “A lot of newer stuff has a ton of electronics in it, and in most cases that’s just more stuff that can break,” he said. “Unless you have a need for all the extra features that newer models have, there’s no sense in buying it.” That said, it can be hard to avoid these modes. We did not go out of our way to avoid models with these kinds of cooking modes, but we didn’t favor them, either.

Wi-Fi connectivity. Do you really need an app for your stove? Probably not. Wi-Fi won’t baste the turkey or turn the cookie sheet. Even if you could think up some edge case where connectivity might come in handy a couple times per year, the extra electronics just increase the likelihood of something breaking. Not worth it.

Flaws not dealbreakers

The WFE745H0F is usually a bit more expensive than other stoves with these specs and features. But we think it’ll be worth the extra money based on stronger user reviews and better expected reliability than its closest competitors.

The other minor downside to the WFE745H0F is that the 3,000-watt power burners are slightly weaker than a handful of competing models, which have 3,200-watt power burners. We don’t think that will make much of a practical difference. Water might boil seconds slower on this Whirlpool, but that’s about all you’ll notice.

The rest of the flaws are common to all electric ranges: The burners take a while to heat up and cool down, and you don’t get the same kind of visual cue as you would with gas.

Flaws but not dealbreakers

As we mentioned, the 5-cubic-foot oven on the FGGF3059T is a little smaller oven than most ranges at this price, which are usually at least 5.cubic feet. We don’t think most people will miss that extra capacity. But if you want a bigger oven for roughly the same price, there are a few pretty good competitors you could check out.

This is really nit-picky, but the oven window on the FGGF3059T is also smaller than usual. You’ll still be able to sneak a peek at your bread rising or your turkey turning golden brown, just not as part of a large audience.

The other flaws are just the standard shortcomings of all other affordable gas ranges: The sealed burners are weaker and more prone to failure than open burners (though much easier to clean), and gas ovens are never as temperature-stable as electric ovens, even with a convection fan blowing.


We cover the mechanics extensively in our guide to portable countertop induction burners. But in a nutshell, induction cooktops run on electricity and use electromagnets to create heat directly in your cookware, rather than on the surface of the cooktop as with gas or radiant electric cooking.

Induction is the best of all worlds. It boils water in about half the time of typical gas or electric power burners, responds to temperature changes almost instantly like gas does, and holds nearly as wide a range of temperatures as radiant electric does. It’s also likely to shave a few dollars off your energy bill. Because only the cooking vessel gets hot, you’re very unlikely to burn yourself while cooking. And like many radiant electric cooktops, induction cooktops all have flat, glass-ceramic surfaces, so they’re easy to clean.

One drawback is that you need magnetic (also called ferromagnetic) cookware. That means no aluminum, glass, or copper. But any pieces made with iron, such as induction-ready stainless steel and cast iron (including enameled cast iron), are good to go.

Because the prices are high, the competition is weak, and the demand for full-on induction ranges is not really there, we didn’t spend much time looking into this category. But the Frigidaire Gallery FGIF3061NF might be a good place to start your search because it’s usually the lowest-cost induction range (it’s a freestanding design), with some better features than its competitors. The Electrolux EI30IF40LS can also fall to a reasonable price while it’s on sale, and it has strong reviews.

Double ovens

Some freestanding or slide-in ranges have two separate oven cavities, stacked on top of each other, so that you can cook separate items at separate temperatures. No surprise, they are also pretty expensive, and they have some practical downsides, like smaller individual oven capacities and limited storage space (there’s no room for a storage drawer). Unless you can get a range that’s wider than 30 inches, we’re not sure this is a great option. The concept works better in wider pro ranges, which have enough space for one main oven cavity and then a smaller oven next to it.

Care and maintenance

New stoves have a bit of a “break in” period, particularly their ovens. Here’s what you should do before you start cooking with it: “Burn in” the oven. Residue from the manufacturing process may create an unfamiliar, often oily smell when you first heat up a new oven. Your manual might have instructions for how to deal with this, but our abridged version is that you want to ventilate your kitchen and run the oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit or higher for an hour or so, or until the smell disappears. When the oven has cooled, wipe down the interior with soapy water.

Calibrate the oven. Using an oven thermometer, you may find that the interior temperature is different than what the control panel (or knob) says it should be. If the temperature is off by to 3degrees, your oven is probably not defective—it likely just needs to be calibrated. Consult your range’s manual for directions on how to make the right adjustments. Calibrating your oven should take only about 1minutes.

Once your stove is ready to cook, the only regular maintenance you really need to do is to clean it. The cooktop is easy enough to keep clean with regular household cleaning products. But the oven is trickier. You have a few options, all of which have downsides.

Most ranges still have a high-heat (pyrolytic) self-cleaning option for the oven. It’s the traditional way to clean an oven, but it’s also a little risky these days. Ranges have changed over time, and now almost always incorporate electronic components (all of our picks do). High-heat cleaning can raise temperatures north of 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit, which is hot enough to weaken the soldering on the control boards. Several appliance repair experts confirmed this point, with Bellio even saying he “would never auto-clean an oven after the warranty is up.” This is not a guarantee that your range will cook itself to death, and some models may keep their electronics better insulated against the heat than others. Just proceed with caution.

If you’re nervous about high-heat cleaning, you can always clean your oven the old-fashioned way: with harsh oven-cleaning chemicals and some elbow grease.

A growing number of stoves have a steam-cleaning option, and those models also usually have an easy-wipe oven coating. You spray down the crusty stuff with water, sometimes with a mini pressure cleaner provided by the manufacturer, and then let the oven run a steaming cycle. When the cycle is over, you should be able to wipe away the burnt-on debris fairly easily. This method requires more manual labor than a high-heat cleaning mode, and the Internet is awash (pun intended) with complaints that steam cleaning is just not effective—some owners say you’ll need to run the cycle several times to see any improvement at all, and others claim it’s utterly useless. Another trade-off of the easy-wipe coating is that it’s made of porcelain, which cannot hold up to chemical oven cleaners such as Easy-Off. There’s no perfect solution, so all we can say is good luck.


The Frigidaire Gallery has more stainless than their regular line. This unit has a powerful 18,000 BTU burner in a burner configuration with a center griddle burner. The oven is convection for more even baking.

KitchenAid has the burner configuration. Like Frigidaire and Samsung the power burner is 18,000.  KitchenAid has convection conversion and the steam self-cleaning for faster cleaning at lower temperatures.

Samsung is all stainless including the top and backguard.  It has the burner 18,000 BTU max.  It also has a warming drawer to keep food warm for up to hours.


KitchenAid is a true double oven. For example, you can bake a pie in the top oven and a turkey in the convection oven below. 

The Frigidaire Pro has front controls, a commercial look, temperature probe, griddle and 18,000 BTU burner.

Samsung has one of the first Wi-Fi ranges to control from your phone remotely.  It has a 22,000 BTU front burner for the most powerful burner in a non professional range. The oven is their duo flex or oven within in a oven, so you can cook two items at one time with different temperatures.

Electric Ranges

Electric ranges refer to ranges where both the oven and the cooktop are electric. These tend to be the most affordable ranges but unfortunately are also the most difficult to keep clean. However, ovens included on electric ranges have a wide variety of options to choose from including convection ovens, a small second oven, or even a warming drawer.

Gas Ranges

Fueled by gas, these cooktops are widely considered to be superior to electric models, offering the benefit of sometimes being usable during a power outage. Many chefs prefer a gas flame for easier and more precise temperature control. Heat output is measured in British Thermal Units (BTUs), and will vary from one model to another. Unless you have specialized needs, most quality ranges will be more than adequate for your cooking needs.

More expensive gas ranges often have features such as continues grates, a fifth burner, or a “bridge” burner to create a large heating surface. Gas ranges are available with ovens of varying capacities and including many features such as convection capability and warming drawers.

Dual Fuel Ranges

Dual fuel ranges combine a gas cooktop with an electric oven. This combines what many consider to be the best of both worlds, offering the precise control of a gas cooktop and the accuracy of an electric oven.

Most dual fuel ranges are higher-end models which feature professional styling, better materials used in their manufacture, and convenient features which can include the addition of a warming drawer, convection cooking, bread proofing, delay bake, and much more.


While most ranges have basic features such as a timer and broiler, modern ranges have a seemingly endless list of options to choose from. Don’t buy a range simply because it has the longest list of features. Consider what your typical usage is and start by identifying the features that would be the most beneficial.

Most ranges have features such as delay bake mode and self-cleaning capabilities. If you have children, consider features such as safety locks to keep little hands from accidentally turning on burners or opening a hot oven. Keep an eye out for ranges manufactured with durable materials, rugged racks, grates, along with intuitive features and controls.

Frigidaire FGGF305Gallery Series Gas Range.

Welcome back, to those who moved on after seeing the price tag of the Samsung. We’re now entering the more affordable zone with a surprising entry: the Frigidaire FGGF305which outperforms its price tag.

This free-standing model is also stainless steel with continuous cast iron burner grates (although the cooktop itself is black porcelain), and while it doesn’t look as cutting-edge as the Samsung it’s still attractive. More importantly, it performs well with many of the features you’d expect from a pricier gas range.

There are four standard sealed burners plus a center “fish” burner/grill on this Gallery Series gas range. One burner is a 5,000 BTU warmer, and even though the other three aren’t quite as powerful as the Samsung’s they do range up to 17,000 BTU; they’ll do pretty much anything you need them to without breaking a sweat.

The 5.0 cubic foot oven has standard and true convection modes and heats up quickly, particularly when using the “quick pre-heat” setting. You’ll find that on the Frigidaire the oven’s temperature variations are greater when baking with convection than with standard mode, but food still cooks extremely well for a gas oven.

As for the features Groom+Style mentioned, the oven on this Frigidaire range is self-cleaning, there’s a warm mode, a temperature probe, and a slide-out rack. But one innovative addition is the “half-rack” inside the oven, which essentially gives you more space by letting you position two small dishes on one side of the oven (like potatoes and vegetables) while cooking a large one (like a turkey) next to it.

The control panel is an LED touchpad which has all the essentials but only one pre-set (for pizza) – our only real objection is that, as on most ranges, it’s positioned on the backsplash behind the burners so you have to reach over hot pots to use it.

The Frigidaire is less than half the price of the Samsung, but it’s definitely not half the range. It’s a very good range for its price.


Regarding Electrolux freestanding induction ranges, here you have the great occasion to meet Electrolux EI30IF40LS Freestanding Induction Range, a product that will do a great job in your cooking space. Just be prepared to start cooking in a faster, safer and easier way.

Speed of response and adjustment

When you turn the knob on your gas range the heat transfers to the pot and the food almost immediately. This is very different from what happens with a typical electric range. Most electric ranges have a lot of residual heat and it can take up to a few minutes for the heat to get to the pot and the food.

Visual feedback

Many cooks that use gas ranges love the visual feedback that gas ranges provide. You move the knob, you see the flame changing and you get a sense of how much heat your food will get. This is very different from just staring at a number on an electronic dial of an electric range.

You can use any kind of cookware

Most electric ranges limit the types of cookware you can use because of scratching issues. Induction cooktops require magnetic cookware.

These problems do not exist with gas ranges. You can use everything and anything from iron casts to aluminum pans to copper pans.

Slide-in gas ranges

A slide-in gas range does not have an oven control panel behind the cooktop. Slide-in ranges typically have all the controls on the top surface of the range or on the front panel of the range. They also usually have cooktop extensions that slightly overlap the counters on the sides to create an impression of a built-in appliance. Slide-in ranges are easier to clean because with a slide-in range you won’t have the food dripping down the sides.

Layout and Design

If you are looking to replace an older gas range with a new one, you will be pleasantly surprised. In the last decade or so gas range manufacturers have introduced and implemented a whole spectrum of layout and design innovations.

Most modern gas ranges have a surface that allows you to move pots and pans from one burner to the other with sliding, without having to lift them.

Some gas ranges come with an integrated fifth burner. It is usually located in the middle, between other burners. Using the fifth burner may not be very practical if you are cooking large amounts of food at the same time, but it can be very convenient if you need to cook a lot of small items at once.

Size and fitting your new gas range into your kitchen

Typically, gas ranges vary in size from 30 inches to 4inches or even longer for some commercial-grade models.

Before you buy a range, make sure to measure not only your kitchen but also all the spaces that your new gas range will need to travel through, such as doors, hallways, staircases and elevators.

Find out what kind of gas connection you have in your home. Verify that the unit that you are about to purchase is compatible with the gas connection that you have.

Pre-set modes and programmable options

Some expensive models have LCD screens and options such as fast water heating, advanced convection cooking, precise preheating and more.

A good rule of thumb is to see how often you use similar options on your microwave, slow cooker or grill. If you cook a lot of sophisticated dishes, use water of different temperatures and find yourself using most of the features when it comes to your other devices, chances are that a gas range with a lot of programmable options will be a great choice for you.

If, however, “add 30 seconds” is the only button you use on your microwave and if you simply turn on and off most of your other devices, then you would probably do the same with your gas range. In this case, a range with a variety of settings and controls is just not what you need.

A warming drawer

A warming drawer is a great option that lets you keep the food warm. If you cook multiple-course dishes and like to have them ready at the same time, you can keep some of them in the warming drawer while cooking others on high heat.

Ranges with double ovens do not have warming drawers because of the space issues.

Frigidaire FFGF3047LS

Frigidaire FFGF3047LS is an entry-level freestanding 30-inch gas range. Its colors are stainless steel silver and black. It is a best gas range.

This range has 4.cubic feet oven. It comes with two 9,500 BTU burners, one 12,000 BTU burner and one low simmer burner of 5,000 BTUs. All the burners are sealed for easy cleaning.

Beneath the oven, you will find a large Broil-and-Serve drawer. The drawer is perfect if you need to quickly broil foods or to keep the food warm.

This range has a timed cook option that allows you to turn the oven at a pre-determined time.

The oven has an extra-large window and an interior oven light for increased visibility.

This range is also equipped with an electronic ignitor. Frigidaire FFGF3047LS weighs 13pounds and its dimensions are 30 x 4x 28.inches. The warranty is year for parts and labor.

KitchenAid KFGD500EBL

Now it is time for gas range review for KitchenAid KFGD500EBL. It is a 30-inch gas range with burners. It also has a double convection oven with KitchenAid’s Even-Heat True Convection system. The range has a unique bow-tie design and a convection fan that heats the entire oven space and keeps it at the perfect temperature.

Electrolux EI30GF45QS

Electrolux EI30GF45QS is a 30-inch freestanding gas range with front controls. It has a 4.cubic feet oven with Perfect Taste Convection Technology. The oven is self-cleaning. It eliminated the need to scrub. The cooktop has a deep-well design that makes it easy to remove spilled liquids.

The range has burners, including a left-front burner with 9,500 BTUs or power, a left-rear burner with 14,200 BTUs, an 18,000 BTU right-front burner and a 5,000 BTU right-rear burner. The center oval burner is 10,000 BTUs. The right-front burner is a Min-2-Max burner and it can deliver anywhere between 750 and 18,000 BTUs of heat. It has dual flames that help unlock flavors.

A griddle is included for cooking with the center oval burner.

The range has continuous cast-iron grates that allow pots and pans to easily move between burners.

The oven has racks with positions. It also includes a Luxury-Glide rack.

Variable broil feature lets you choose a temperature between 400F and 500F. Perfect Temperature probe tells you the temperature of the food in the oven without you having to open the oven.

A special Sabbath mode can help implement kosher cooking practices. In our gas range reviews today, we strongly recommend this model.


GE CGS990SETSS is a freestanding 30-inch gas range. Its color is stainless steel. It is also a best rated gas range for home use.

This range has a quickset single-knob oven control and one-touch cooktop controls. It also comes with an electronic ignition system for easy start-up.

GE CGS990SETSS has two ovens. The upper oven has a capacity of 2.cubic feet. The lower oven has a capacity of 4.cubic feet.

Continuous cast-iron grates allow pans and pots to move effortlessly between the burners.

GE CGS990SETSS has burners that deliver between 5,000 BTUs and 20,000 BTUs of heat. Precise simmer burner is perfect for delicate sauces and foods. Center oval burner can accommodate cookware of large and odd sizes. PowerBoil burner delivers up to 17,000 BTUs of heat. The Tri-Ring burner can bring up to 20,000 BTUs of heat to your food.

The lower oven has a convection fan that circulates hot air throughout the oven.

Both ovens have large windows that let you monitor the cooking progress without having to open the door.

Double Oven

Firstly decide where in your kitchen you would like your oven to be placed, as double ovens are designed to be either built in or built under they are not transferable. Built in double ovens are positioned into a column at eye level and built under will sit below your worktop.

Compact Ovens

Measuring only 46cm, compact ovens are perfect for kitchens where space is limited or one person cooking. Coming with both oven and grilling functions, these ovens are small in space but big in potential.

Grills provide an added variety to your cooking style and deliver a nice flavour. From cuts of meat, to cheese on toast, the grill will help towards some truly tasty meals!

For the more speedy or hungry of us, a fan-assisted oven speeds up cooking minutes for every hour producing food cooked to the same temperature and high standard – only quicker!

Temperature range

This refers to the minimum and maximum temperature at which the cooking range can operate, measured in degree celsius. Different functions require different temperature levels, for example, baking requires much less temperature as compared to grilling. A wider temperature range would give you the flexibility of cooking various food items.

Interior light

This is the light that is present inside the oven. The light inside allows you to see inside the oven while the food is being cooked and check on its cooking status. With this feature, you don’t have to open the door and cause heat to escape from the oven.

The timer sends a reminder when the pre-set time is complete. The timer ensures that the food is never overcooked or burnt. A timer is very useful especially if you are cooking or baking and simultaneously doing some other work.

Frigidaire FGIF3061NF Gallery Induction Range

The FGIF3061NF is equipped with induction elements, and with its 5.4 cubes. ft. capacity, it is easy to see why the Frigidaire FGIF3061NF is considered one of the top induction cooking range in the market today. As one of the best electric range products, it comes with an Auto Keep Warm and Quick Preheat features.

Performance wise this is one of the best that Frigidaire has to offer, and operations should not present any problems to the user. Standard controls are included and the burners respond quickly to adjustments you make. Like other rangers today, this is easy to clean up. 





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Final Word

First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.

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