Kitchenaid KitchenAid KEMS309BSP Architect II 30" Stainless Steel Electric Combination Wall Oven - Convection

Microwave Oven Features 1.4 cu. ft. Capacity 900 Cooking Watts Stainless Steel Cavity Drop-Down Door Convection Cooking Soften and Melt Cycles Sensor Steam Cook Cycle with Steam Container Crispwave Technology and Crisper Pan 5.0 cu. ft. Cap...acity SatinGlide Roll-Out Extension Rack with Handle Provides easy loading and confidence when cooking with large or heavy dishes 2 Heavy-Duty Racks Even-Heat Preheat Removes cold spots by heating the entire oven cavity, including the walls and racks, to the proper temperature for even baking, broiling, and roasting Even-Heat True Convection System Provides consistent, even performance while helping to eliminate the need for baking stones or rotating pans EasyConvect Conversion System Takes the guesswork out of convection cooking by ensuring exceptional results when experimenting with new or familiar recipes 4000W, 8-Pass Broil Element CleanBake Hidden Element (2800W) Self-Cleaning System with Soil Level/Time Selection Temperature Probe Allows accurate measurement of internal temperature of meats, poultry, and casseroles without having to open the oven door Glass-Touch Display Allows a uniform, intuitive interaction with the glass surface that wipes clean easily Architect Series II Handles (WH, BL, SS) or Pro Line Series Handles (SP) ClearVue Large Viewing Window 2 Halogen Oven Lights Blue-Enameled Cavity Bread Proofing Sabbath Mode Star-K Certified Specifications: Category: Wall Ovens Weight: 227 lbs. Height: 42.19" Width: 30" Depth: 26.94" read more

Kitchenaid
$2,204.99 $2,449.99
at Sears

Enjoy exclusive dual-fuel design of the Kitchenaid dual-fuel range with double oven The premier choice for sophisticated cooks, th...e Dual Fuel Range Double Ovenexpands your cooking options, including the ability to prepare multiple dishes... Key parts break quickly!!! We bought this oven in May 2012. Installed it in August 2012 with a kitchen remodel. The board and the censors in the oven have gone bad causing it to not preheat or reheat properly/reliably. The parts are on factory back order with no E.T.A. on when they will be ready and will cost us approximately 26% of the original cost of the range to fix it. Many reviews of Kitchenaid in general are revealing that quality of their products and service has declined significantly. Based on this experience, I would have to agree. I love the double oven capacity, the 5th burner and that is dual fuel, but I can't bake anything in the oven - even basic recipes like box mix cupcakes. Very disappointing and frustrating. Look elsewhere for a good baking experience. by CIH06Pleasanton, CA | Thu, Feb 27, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 22 visitors found this helpful Best range I've ever owned After reading the reviews, I was a little anxious about the lower oven causing the upper oven's window to gather condensation. The other complaint on this site was that the racks are uneven, and after 3 replacements, the problem remained ... so uneven, in fact that pans and dishes slid right out of the oven!? What???!! I have concluded that these strange negative reviews were written by someone with an axe to grind. I've put this range through the works. Convection roasting of chicken with baked potatoes in the upper oven just last night. Perfection. The skin was crackly and crispy on the chicken, the potates done to perfection .... no condensation. Beef roast, ditto -- perfection I've baked cakes, pies and bread in both the upper and lower ovens. Fabulous. Used the bread proofing setting on the lower oven for the rise ... perfection. The gas top? No surprises there. All the burners have a nice even flame. The griddle is a little small. That's my only negative. I would recommend this product to a friend. by TubadocDecatur, GA | Sun, Apr 14, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 34 visitors found this helpfulThis KitchenAid Has Design Flaw, You've been warned I bought this Kitchen Aid Dual Fuel range 5 months ago, after cooking with the lower convection oven, the heat from the lower oven creates condensation / moisture towards the upper door window, and it get's the moisture in the window pane, where you can't wipe the glass clean, this is a design flaw, I called Kitchen Aid direct, and they said this is a cosmetic issue and not a design issue, how does a person spend 2,200 dollars on a brand new stove, that generates mositure instide a window pane, that you can not clean, or wipe clean, how is that normal? So kitchen Aid has my money, even after I bought a 5 year extended warranty for 350 dollars, and they won't take care of me, very, very dissatisfied that I ever considered Kitchen Aid, buyer beware, you've been warned about this unit. by AmyJohnson2k12Minneapolis, MN | Tue, Aug 7, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 19 visitors found this helpfulun-level oven racks This is a great stove with one huge exception. When the racks are in the oven they are not level front to back so pans may slide off the back of the rack and cakes will be uneven when baked in it. They have sent us 3 replacement stoves and all 3 have the same issue. If you are considering buying, check that the racks are level (put a level on a cookie sheet) before buying. by rcalarconMendocino, CA | Thu, Jun 7, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfullove it I love this I would recommend this product to a friend. by deedee777Thomasville, GA | Thu, Jun 7, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulKitchenAid This range is the bee's k read more

Kitchenaid
$2,099.00
at Sears

Anti-Tip Device Instructions This is a Special Order item ArchitectŽ series freestanding range with a 4.1 cu. ft. capacity oven an...d front electronic controls with scrolling graphic display. Gas True Convection? Oven with T.H.E.? third hidden... 8 visitors found this helpfulSelf Clean Results in Purchase of a New Oven 2 hours into the 3-1/2 self clean cycle, the oven completely shut down. Could not open the oven door as it was still locked for self clean, even after it cooled. Apparently, the temperature was too hot and burned the digital control panel, the thermal fuse, and the transformer. Although I have seen several complaints on-line, and the unsuccessful repair guy said it is an issue, Kitchen Aid says they have not heard of this and they do not seem to care. So, I called in a formal complaint to their quality department to have it properly documented. Also, if you dare to use self clean mode, do it before the warranty runs out, but I would not recommend it!!! by llbk6Mountainhome, PA | Tue, Jul 26, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 5 visitors found this helpfullove it, but don't use the self clean option I've had my stove for a while now. Love that I can cook whole dinners. The temp probe cooking is great for roasts and such--it makes it near fool proof. The finish is nice and easy to clean (at least for my husband who has that chore). I wish i would have read the reviews before and found that some people once they use the self clean option fry the circut panel and the whole things locks up and you can't use the panel. There's a way to fix it but a major pain! I'd buy it again, but would use my husband to clean the inside too. by misskitty102La Crescent, MN | Sun, May 29, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulGreat cooking ranges I wish the one I have had more than one power burner. Also the distance between the grill and the gas is quite high and it takes long to cook. I would recommend this product to a friend. by VSSPortland, OR | Mon, May 10, 2010 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulGreat Range! We had our kitchenaid GSS907SWH installed a couple of weeks ago. For the style and price for a slidein, it was the best looking of the bunch (though stainless steel is a lot harder to keep clean:)). Other than the keeping it clean issue, the only real con is the fan noise while baking. The unit has a fan that turns on when the oven gets hot, I think to keep the components cool and prolong it's life. It is a little louder than I would like, but I can live with it. For comparison, you cannot hear the convection fan as the cooling fan is a little louder. It also blows cool - luke warm air out of the bottom of the unit between the oven door and the warming door. Now to the things I really like... This is a great looking unit. To my surprise, the oven has an electric heating element that works with the gas element to heat the oven. I was really impressed at how much faster it heats the oven than my 5 year old GE range that it replaced. It seems to really cook well and has a cool display on the front of the unit that shows what elements are working depending on what your setting is. On top of the range, there power burner is really nice. It only took me 2 minutes for me to boil water for some mac and cheese then other day (clocked it). It gets really hot above that burner when it is on high. On the down side, you are better off cooking med to low temp stuff on the other burners as the power burner is too hot for cooking things like eggs, and the simmer is not quite hot enough for eggs. I was also told by a repair person that the biggest problems with the power burner was when liquids spill over onto the element, the screws sometimes rust making it hard to replace things in there. The other elements work well. The rear left back element is a higher heat element, but I find that the front right and rear left elements, while lower heat, work fine fo read more

Kitchenaid
$2,204.99 $2,449.99
at Sears

This is a Special Order item This range has a versatile TripleTier? burner that can handle any task from simmering to searing - al...l on one burner. The oven includes a variety of easy to use features such as the Even-Heat? True Convection System, delivering... 2 visitors found this helpfulSTAY AWAY We have owned this for four years and don't use the oven a lot. In that time, we have replaced the motherboard three times and the gas valve twice. When we try to use the cleaning feature, it "gets too hot" and damages the thermostat. The serviceman said this is a design flaw and that we should not use it. The latest damage happened after we had kept the oven on hot for several hours for a pizza party. It "was too hot for too long" and blew a solenoid. Also, the enamel around the oven window is chipping. NOT WORTH THE PRICE AND HEADACHE!!!! Terrible quality. by baxterpdogTallahassee, FL | Tue, May 14, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulKitchenAid KDSS907S Very sensative control panel that is located in on the front of the range so when you are cooking, the functions are activated should your body touch them. I have had the range for 1 1/2 years and had to replace the main circuit board twice and the temperature probe jack once. The repair men for the extended warranty company are not very familiar with the appliance. I am still waiting for the newest repair to be done. I have been without a range for almost 3 weeks. Not the quality that I would expect from KitchenAid. I am very unhappy with this product. by LrigginCranberry Twp, PA | Sat, Jun 4, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulDo not buy this range! Don't buy this unless all you want to do is look at it. The burners are so low that heat dissipates into the kitchen and does not cook the food. The front panel of the stove gets so hot when you have the oven on that you can't stand in front of it and cook anything on the stove top. It will only brown one tray of cookies at a time, no matter where you position the oven racks. A disaster. Sending back. by fred1450Bronxville, NY | Mon, Oct 25, 2010 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulStupid Design!!! Front Panel is way way too touch sensitive. I inadvertantly shut off oven 5 times when I barely touched the panel on the front while stirring gravy on the stove. Had to reprogram probe and oven temp over and over. Then vapor poured out the front vent (which should be located on the stove top or rear) fogging up the panel buttons and running down the front of the range. This will likely lead to the electric panel malfunctioning down the road. I am returning this range, so sad. by hatekitchenaidMarin, California | Wed, Jul 8, 2009 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 2 visitors found this helpfulGreat product! We've been using this for six months now and we're very pleased with it. I love the recessed top. It is very easy to clean, and it contains spills very well. Love the triple tier burner. I use that whenever I can. The oven works very well. The convection converter is easy to use--practically idiot-proof. The oven takes a long time to heat up, though probably no longer than other electric ovens. (I've always had gas.) Lastly, it is a very attractive appliance. I get ooo's and ahh's over it all the time. I reccommend this product. I would recommend this product to a friend. by AnonymousSacramento, CA | Sun, May 3, 2009 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulWOW FACTOR!!! PRICEY!! IF YOU WANT YOUR KITCHEN TO LOOK LIKE THE MODEL PICTURES IN THE DECORATOR BOOKS, THIS IS FOR YOU. IF YOU COOK THOUGH YOU'LL HAVE TO CLEAN UP THE BLACK ENAMEL BY BURNERS UNDER THE TWO HEAVY GRATES EACH TIME YOU COOK. BEST TO USE WINDEX WITH A COUPLE PAPER TOWELS. STAINLESS TOP BY GRATES SCRATCH VERY EASILY. BURNERS DO NOT STAY BLACK, THEY TURN GREY.THE PERVECTION OVEN MAKES NOISE FROM THE FAN BUT THEY TELL ME THA read more

Kitchenaid
$1,979.99 $2,199.99
at Sears

This KitchenAidŽ Pro-Line? slide-in electric range features a hidden bake element to circulate preheated air for even cooking resu...lts. Cooktop controls include Melt and Hold, Keep Warm, and three simmer levels on all elements, and the ceramic surface is easy to wipe... 14 visitors found this helpfulHATE IT! I hate this oven. The top is an absolute disaster of a design. I cannot use any pots or pans without scratching the **** thing. I'm a good cook, and I cannot use any of my cast iron pots or pans as well as my very expensive all clad. Every little movement creats a scratch. My $2000+ stove looks ratty and old already no matter what I do to polish or clean. I wish just one salesperson would have educated me just a bit! I would have stayed with my plan to switch to gas. Now I have a very expensive thorn in my kitchen. So so horribly frustrated! by saintbernarddogsTruckee, CA | Sat, Aug 17, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$2,099.00
at Sears

Anti-Tip Device Instructions This is a Special Order item ArchitectŽ series freestanding range with a 4.1 cu. ft. capacity oven an...d front electronic controls with scrolling graphic display. Gas True Convection? Oven with T.H.E.? third hidden... 8 visitors found this helpfulSelf Clean Results in Purchase of a New Oven 2 hours into the 3-1/2 self clean cycle, the oven completely shut down. Could not open the oven door as it was still locked for self clean, even after it cooled. Apparently, the temperature was too hot and burned the digital control panel, the thermal fuse, and the transformer. Although I have seen several complaints on-line, and the unsuccessful repair guy said it is an issue, Kitchen Aid says they have not heard of this and they do not seem to care. So, I called in a formal complaint to their quality department to have it properly documented. Also, if you dare to use self clean mode, do it before the warranty runs out, but I would not recommend it!!! by llbk6Mountainhome, PA | Tue, Jul 26, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 5 visitors found this helpfullove it, but don't use the self clean option I've had my stove for a while now. Love that I can cook whole dinners. The temp probe cooking is great for roasts and such--it makes it near fool proof. The finish is nice and easy to clean (at least for my husband who has that chore). I wish i would have read the reviews before and found that some people once they use the self clean option fry the circut panel and the whole things locks up and you can't use the panel. There's a way to fix it but a major pain! I'd buy it again, but would use my husband to clean the inside too. by misskitty102La Crescent, MN | Sun, May 29, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulGreat cooking ranges I wish the one I have had more than one power burner. Also the distance between the grill and the gas is quite high and it takes long to cook. I would recommend this product to a friend. by VSSPortland, OR | Mon, May 10, 2010 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulGreat Range! We had our kitchenaid GSS907SWH installed a couple of weeks ago. For the style and price for a slidein, it was the best looking of the bunch (though stainless steel is a lot harder to keep clean:)). Other than the keeping it clean issue, the only real con is the fan noise while baking. The unit has a fan that turns on when the oven gets hot, I think to keep the components cool and prolong it's life. It is a little louder than I would like, but I can live with it. For comparison, you cannot hear the convection fan as the cooling fan is a little louder. It also blows cool - luke warm air out of the bottom of the unit between the oven door and the warming door. Now to the things I really like... This is a great looking unit. To my surprise, the oven has an electric heating element that works with the gas element to heat the oven. I was really impressed at how much faster it heats the oven than my 5 year old GE range that it replaced. It seems to really cook well and has a cool display on the front of the unit that shows what elements are working depending on what your setting is. On top of the range, there power burner is really nice. It only took me 2 minutes for me to boil water for some mac and cheese then other day (clocked it). It gets really hot above that burner when it is on high. On the down side, you are better off cooking med to low temp stuff on the other burners as the power burner is too hot for cooking things like eggs, and the simmer is not quite hot enough for eggs. I was also told by a repair person that the biggest problems with the power burner was when liquids spill over onto the element, the screws sometimes rust making it hard to replace things in there. The other elements work well. The rear left back element is a higher heat element, but I find that the front right and rear left elements, while lower heat, work fine fo read more

Kitchenaid
$2,069.99 $2,299.99
at Sears

This KitchenAidŽ Pro Line? slide-in gas range features a hidden bake element that circulates preheated air for even cooking result...s, and the TripleTierŽ 15,000 BTU burner can handle any cooking task from searing to a consistent, low-temperature simmer. A bread proofing function... 9 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseWarning 2nd stove purchased needed repair after 1 yr I purchased the exact stove 5 yrs ago. And after 1yr 3 mos it needed $2,000 worth of repairs. I thought it was a fluke one in a million. So once we sold our home and stove with it. I purchased another one 1yr and 9mos into owning this one now has the same problem. Everything I own is KitchenAid and all has had one problem or another after owning less than 2 yrs. WILL NOT REPLACE WITH ANOTHER KITCHENAID PRODUCT. by CINDY22SSCleveland, OH | Sun, May 5, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 9 visitors found this helpful Loving this Stove Took a chance and ordered online. GOT LUCKY. Everything works the way it supposed to. I'm still amazed how fast it boils water for my pasta. SO SIMPLE TO USE. I use my stove 3 times a day everyday. KEEP IT CLEAN FOLKS. All you need is a damp dishcloth and an occasional buffing with an eraser sponge. I would recommend this product to a friend. by kikiocampbellWaterford, MI | Sat, Mar 16, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$6,119.10 $6,799.99
at Sears

Expand your cooking options - Dual Fuel capability pairs the best of gas cooktops with the consistency of electric oven performanc...e Bake and clean on your schedule - The Delay Cook/Clean Functions... 39 visitors found this helpfulDesign Flaw This is a great looking stove and has a lot of power. We have had it for 2 months as of Dec 2011. However, we have identified 1 major issue. When you turn the oven on and then try to turn on some burners, all of the electronics on the range reset. The display screen blanks out, the timer resets, and the oven temp resets. Sometimes it happens the first time you turn on 1 burner, sometimes you can light 3 or 4 burners before it resets itself. It only happens when the oven is on and then you turn on the burners. We have had warranty repair out twice so far. The first time they switched some wires around inside the unit, but this did not resolve the issue. The second time they spent 2 hrs replacing the Electronics and the ignition, but the issue continued. When the technician called Kitchenaid support for further assistance, he was told that it was a "known issue with no current resolution". I hope that they will be resolving the issue soon. Until they resolve the issue, I would not recommend this unit as being fit for purpose. by TheLawnRanger2Glenside, PA | Thu, Dec 8, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$7,099.99
at Sears

Expand your cooking options - Dual Fuel capability pairs the best of gas cooktops with the consistency of electric oven performanc...e Bake and clean on your schedule - The Delay Cook/Clean Functions... read more

Kitchenaid
$4,049.10 $4,499.99
at Sears

Expand your cooking options - Dual Fuel capability pairs the best of gas cooktops with the consistency of electric oven performanc...e Bake and clean on your schedule - The Delay Cook/Clean Functions... read more

Kitchenaid
$8,099.10 $8,999.99
at Sears

Bold, dimensional design and features like two of the industry's most powerful burners available (among leading brands) and the Ev...en-Heat? True Convection System in both ovens allow passionate cooks to reach their gourmet potential. KitchenAidŽ commercial-style ranges bring the tools... This product: KitchenAid Pro-StyleŽ 48" Dual Fuel Range w/ Griddle $8099.1 5 visitors found this helpfulGreat Price For the price, this is a great range. May have some issues but the service on these is outstanding. We are getting the package deal for the whole kitchen which means even extra discounts. Kathy at the Aurora store is fantastic and well knowledged in appliances. I would recommend this product to a friend. by Mgaddis777Evergreen, CO | Thu, Apr 5, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 9 visitors found this helpfulDidn't work on arrival This is a good-looking stove, but it is overcome with quality issues. Immediately upon installation, I noticed that when a gas burner is lit, the control panel goes blank and resets. If the oven is on when you do this, it shuts off. You can't do anything until you set the clock and start over again. Other quality issues: one gas control has gotten stuck in both the safety (pulled out) and the ready-to-light (pushed in) position. This could be dangerous as the knob can be turned easily. Also, there is a cooling fan on the small oven that is very loud and annoying -- much louder than on the large oven. I've already had three service appointments and none of these issues has been resolved. KitchenAid has done nothing to remedy the situation. Next week I have to take a fourth day off work to have another company come out and do a "second opinion" to see what they recommend. Glaring quality issues aside, here is what I think about the range and features. The burners all give a good range of heat settings. Even the large (20k btu) burners go pretty low. The griddle heats evenly, though it takes over 15 minutes to pre-heat. It resists sticking pretty well with non-stick spray - about as well as a polished stainless steel pan. It cleans up pretty easily while it is warm, but it does take some elbow grease to polish off the marks of the food that was cooked on it. I haven't used the ovens very much because of the reset problem described above, but the thing that bugs me is that there is a cooling fan that strongly blows air out of the front of the range as soon as the oven is turned on. At first, it's cool air, but the oven vent is also at the front, so eventually it gets warm and blows the heat and the exhaust out into the room. This seems like poor design to me -- the oven exhaust should be in a location where the fumes can be caught by the range hood. The other design flaw in my opinion is the control panel location. It faces upward in front of the two center rows of burners. Any splatter from these burners ends up on the control panel and it always looks dirty. I chose this model over the 36" because at least the control panel isn't in front of the griddle. However, it still stays dirty all the time. Even without the quality issues, I would not recommend this stove. by kudzuedAtlanta, GA | Tue, May 17, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Dacor
$5,299.00 $7,065.33
at Goedeker's

Induction Cooktop Heats cookware faster and more energy efficiently than gas or radiant cooktops, while keeping the cooktop cooler... to the touch. 11 Induction Power Settings In each zone for a wide range of temperature control. SenseTech Induction Technology Automatically detects the presence and size of your cookware and matches the energy transference with no residual heat loss. Turns off automatically within 30 seconds if no pan is detected or if a non-conductive pan is present. Clean and Modern Design With Stainless Steel and Black Ceramic Glass Finish. Exclusive Four-Part Pure Convection System With convection heating element (2,200W), baffle, fan and filter, reduces cooking time, provides superior heat distribution and eliminates flavor transfer. Digital Glass Touch Control Panel Delay Timed Cooking, Automatic Hold, Clock, 2 timers and 10 key touchpad. Angled Control Panel For ease of use and viewing. Two GlideRacks Easy Pull Handles are adjustable to 7 rack positions and removable for easy cleaning. Digital Temperature Probe Connects to controls and switches oven to Automatic Hold when desired internal meat temperature is achieved. GreenClean Steam-Cleaning Technology Cleans light oven build-up in 30 minutes without the use of high-heat or harsh chemicals. Safety Lock-Out Feature disables control panel keys when the oven is not in use. Residual Heat Indicator Lights Show when ceramic surface is still hot after use. Slide-in models (RR30NIS/RR30NIFS) Are compatible with Renaissance 30" Epicure Raised Vent (ERV3015) Freestanding Models (RR30NS/RR30NFS) Ship standard with a 6" Backguard and full-depth side panels. Slide-in models (RR30NIS/RR30NIFS) For slide-in or island configurations, ship standard with 3-1/4" side panels. Designed and Manufactured in California, USA Specifications: Category: Ranges Weight: 313 lbs. Height: 35" Width: 29.94" Depth: 27.88" read more

Broan
$2,130.12 $2,840.16
at Goedeker's

Features Enduring style, stainless steel construction. Seamless corners for easy cleaning. Concealed three-speed control. Heat Sen...try adjusts speed of blower to high in case of excess heat. Superior lighting from four 20-watt Halogen lamps included (one level). The 63000EX models are designed to operate with Broan Elite External blowers, providing a choice of four Exterior models: 600, 900, 1200 or 1500 CFM or four In-Line models: 280, 600, 800 or 1100 CFM. Telescopic flue fits 8\' to 9\' ceilings. Easily removable, dishwasher-safe stainless steel grease filter. Specifications: Category: Ventilation Weight: 78.9 lbs. Height: 32.38" Width: 39.38" Depth: 27.63" read more

Bertazzoni
$3,099.00 $4,132.00
at Goedeker's

High-Efficency Worktop Design Bertazzoni range worktops are precision engineered to deliver best-in-class heat-up times. This perf...ormance is the result of the perfect calibration of burner power and shape, worktop shape and distance of flame from pots. Worktops are molded off of one sheet of stainless steel without gaps, joints or screws for easier cleaning. Continuous pan supports ensure easy moving of pots and pans across the entire worktop. Aluminum Burners Bertazzoni's burners are designed and manufactured in Italy with precision engineering qualities. Each burner has an aluminum body designed for performance, durability and reliability. The burners have different size and shape to maximize versatility and flexibility of cooking on the worktop. Dual-Ring Power Burner 18,000 BTUs Bertazzoni signature power burner has 2 separate rings of flame individually controlled for maximum flexibility and versatility. Use the same burner for powerful searing or low delicate simmer, from 18,000 to 700 BTUs. Gas Shutoff Safety System Special thermocouple safety system mechanically stops the gas flow when the flame goes out. This system is the only fail-safe system in any condition, including during loss of power to the appliance. The system also prevents flow of gas if knobs are turned without proper ignition. All gas and oven burners can be easily and safely operated in case of power loss to the appliance. Electric Convection Oven Bertazzoni dual-fuel ranges are equipped with extra-wide European convection ovens with heat-assisted convection fan. Provides balanced air flow and even heat distribution for single and multi-level roasting and baking with no flavor crossover. The oven is programmed with 9 cooking modes and can be operated with and without convection. Extra-Wide Electric Broiler Bertazzoni electric broiler extends across the width of the oven cavity and projects heat across a wide area, allowing you to grill fish and meat in the oven with confidence. Soft-Motion Hinges Bertazzoni exclusive soft-motion hinges are perfectly calibrate to ensure smooth one-handed opening and closing of the oven door. The door is carefully balanced and can be opened at any angle without inadvertent closing or dropping. Telescopic Glide Shelf (Optional) The sturdy telescopic glide shelf fully extracts for easy handling of heavy pots and dishes. Additional telescopic shelves can be added at any time by purchasing the telescopic glide shelf kit available as accessory. 4" Backguard Each Bertazzoni range is equipped with a 4" high backguard ensuring the best ventilation of the appliance. Low profile trim is also available as accessory. Gas Conversion Kit Included Each Bertazzoni range is shipped with a gas conversion kit for field conversion of the appliance to a different type of gas (LPG to NP or vice versa). Specifications: Category: Ranges Weight: 242 lbs. Height: 35.5" Width: 36" Depth: 25.13" read more

Maytag
$1,238.99 $1,652.00
at Goedeker's

Features 10-year limited warranty on elements and glass cooktop Floating Glass-Front Oven Doors DuraClean Smooth-Gloss Backguard S...tainless Steel-Wrapped Backguard (Stainless Models) 2.5 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Upper Oven 4.2 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Lower Oven EvenAir True Convection with Third Element in Lower Oven Hidden Bake Element Self-Cleaning Upper and Lower Ovens with Adjustable Levels Power Preheat in Both Ovens Precision Cooking System in Both Ovens High/Low Variable Broil in Both Ovens Adjustable Keep Warm Feature Delay Bake/Clean Setting 3,200-watt Speed Heat Element 12"/9"/6" Triple-Choice Element Specifications: Category: Ranges Weight: 225 lbs. Height: 47.13" Width: 29.94" Depth: 28.5" read more

Maytag
$1,129.27 $1,524.28
at Goedeker's

10-year limited warranty on burners and grates DuraClean Heavy-Duty Cast Iron Burner Grates DuraClean Smooth-Gloss Backguard Float...ing Glass-Front Oven Doors 2.1 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Upper Oven, 3.9 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Lower Oven Self-Cleaning Upper and Lower Ovens with Adjustable Levels Delay Bake/Clean Setting Adjustable Keep Warm Feature Power Preheat in Both Ovens Precision Cooking System in Both Ovens Stainless Steel-Wrapped Backguard (Stainless Models) Two 9,200 BTU Burners One 15,000 BTU Power Cook Burner Specifications: Category: Ranges Weight: 234 lbs. Height: 47.13" Width: 29.94" Depth: 28.5" read more

Maytag
$1,163.99 $1,641.40
at Goedeker's

10-year limited warranty on burners and grates DuraClean Heavy-Duty Cast Iron Burner Grates DuraClean Smooth-Gloss Backguard Float...ing Glass-Front Oven Doors 2.1 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Upper Oven, 3.9 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Lower Oven EvenAir Convection Cooking in Lower Oven Self-Cleaning Upper and Lower Ovens with Adjustable Levels Delay Bake/Clean Setting Adjustable Keep Warm Feature One 16,000 BTU Speed Heat Burner Two 9,200 BTU Burners Two 5,000 BTU Burners Power Preheat in Both Ovens Precision Cooking System in Both Ovens High/Low Variable Broil in Both Ovens Stainless Steel-Wrapped Backguard (Stainless Models) Specifications: Category: Ranges Weight: 234 lbs. Height: 47.13" Width: 29.94" Depth: 28.5" read more

Maytag
$1,163.99 $1,641.40
at Goedeker's

10-year limited warranty on burners and grates DuraClean Heavy-Duty Cast Iron Burner Grates DuraClean Smooth-Gloss Backguard Float...ing Glass-Front Oven Doors 2.1 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Upper Oven, 3.9 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Lower Oven EvenAir Convection Cooking in Lower Oven Self-Cleaning Upper and Lower Ovens with Adjustable Levels Delay Bake/Clean Setting Adjustable Keep Warm Feature One 16,000 BTU Speed Heat Burner Two 9,200 BTU Burners Two 5,000 BTU Burners Power Preheat in Both Ovens Precision Cooking System in Both Ovens High/Low Variable Broil in Both Ovens Stainless Steel-Wrapped Backguard (Stainless Models) Specifications: Category: Ranges Weight: 234 lbs. Height: 47.13" Width: 29.94" Depth: 28.5" read more

Maytag
$1,332.90 $1,821.30
at Goedeker's

10-year limited warranty on burners and grates DuraClean Heavy-Duty Cast Iron Burner Grates DuraClean Smooth-Gloss Backguard Float...ing Glass-Front Oven Doors 2.1 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Upper Oven, 3.9 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Lower Oven EvenAir True Convection with Third Element in Lower Oven Self-Cleaning Upper and Lower Ovens with Adjustable Levels Delay Bake/Clean Setting Adjustable Keep Warm Feature Griddle Included One 7,350 BTU Griddle Burner One 16,000 BTU Speed Heat Burner One 10,000 BTU Power Cook Burner Two 5,000 BTU Burners Power Preheat in Both Ovens Precision Cooking System in Both Ovens High/Low Variable Broil in Both Ovens Stainless Steel-Wrapped Backguard (Stainless Models) Specifications: Category: Ranges Weight: 234 lbs. Height: 47.13" Width: 29.94" Depth: 28.5" read more

Whirlpool
$1,314.12 $1,752.16
at Goedeker's

Full-Width Burner Grates New easy-to-clean and dishwasher-safe grates span the entire cooktop for more flexibility. The satin fini...sh resists wear and provides a smoother look and feel. Die-Cast Console The new console is tilted to an ergonomic angle that keeps it out of the reach of small children. The flush design provides a smoother surface for cleaning. 4.5 Cu. Ft. Oven Capacity The largest-capacity slide-ins yet offer expanded oven capacity to handle oversized cooking jobs. AccuBake Temperature Management System Surrounds food with even temperatures for consistent results. A sensor monitors the oven temperature, turning on the bake element, the broil element or both simultaneously to achieve uniform baking results. Control Lock Disables the control panel to avoid unintended use, helping to keep children safe. Delay Bake Lets you program the oven to begin cooking at a pre-set time. Prepare food for baking when it's most convenient for you and find dinner ready according to your schedule. Power Burners Generate the high heat needed for rapid boiling, searing, and frying - up to 16,000 BTUs. Large Oven Window Set into a frameless door design, the new window is 40% larger than the previous model. Self-Cleaning System Automatically cleans the oven according to a preprogrammed cycle. No harsh chemicals or cleaners are required. Sabbath Mode Feature Overrides the oven's automatic shut-off function, keeping it active for hours of uninterrupted cooking. Specifications: Category: Ranges Weight: 227 lbs. Height: 35.75" Width: 29.88" Depth: 28.75" read more

Whirlpool
$1,262.64 $1,585.30
at Goedeker's

Full-Width Burner Grates New easy-to-clean and dishwasher-safe grates span the entire cooktop for more flexibility. The satin fini...sh resists wear and provides a smoother look and feel. Die-Cast Console The new console is tilted to an ergonomic angle that keeps it out of the reach of small children. The flush design provides a smoother surface for cleaning. 4.5 Cu. Ft. Oven Capacity The largest-capacity slide-ins yet offer expanded oven capacity to handle oversized cooking jobs. AccuBake Temperature Management System Surrounds food with even temperatures for consistent results. A sensor monitors the oven temperature, turning on the bake element, the broil element or both simultaneously to achieve uniform baking results. Control Lock Disables the control panel to avoid unintended use, helping to keep children safe. Delay Bake Lets you program the oven to begin cooking at a pre-set time. Prepare food for baking when it's most convenient for you and find dinner ready according to your schedule. Power Burners Generate the high heat needed for rapid boiling, searing, and frying - up to 16,000 BTUs. Large Oven Window Set into a frameless door design, the new window is 40% larger than the previous model. Self-Cleaning System Automatically cleans the oven according to a preprogrammed cycle. No harsh chemicals or cleaners are required. Sabbath Mode Feature Overrides the oven's automatic shut-off function, keeping it active for hours of uninterrupted cooking. Specifications: Category: Ranges Weight: 227 lbs. Height: 35.75" Width: 29.88" Depth: 28.75" read more

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