PHS920SFSS Induction range and convection oven is lovely to look at, and boasts a powerful cooktop, but it's held back by cumbersome controls and a lack of compelling extras.
Coming soon to Indiegogo: an induction-powered smart sous vide cooker that you can actually afford.
GE infuses its new induction ranges with a dash of gourmet sous vide ability.
The Chef Collection's new induction cooktop uses LEDs to simulate flames beneath your pot.
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If induction cooking, sturdy and attractive stainless steel construction, not to mention almost having two ovens in one is high on your wish list, the compact Samsung Slide-In Induction Chef Collection Range will satisfy. Otherwise you're better off with a less exorbitant induction or gas range.
Dacor's recently introduced induction range uses a magnetic field to save energy and cook your food faster than ever.
Trying to decide between an electric or induction range? This handy slideshow should help narrow things down.
For $3,200, the GE Profile PHS920SFSS range flaunts handsome stainless-steel styling, advanced induction cooking and a powerful convection oven, but its membrane-style touch panel is far from intuitive.
For a steep $3,200, the GE PHS920SFS Profile range packs a futuristic induction cooktop, sleek stainless steel styling and a European convection oven into a compact 30-inch slide-in size.
Say hello to the new Slide-In Induction Chef Collection Range from Samsung. For a cool $3,699 it uses a state-of-the-art induction cooktop and thanks to Samsung's Flex Duo design boasts an oven with two separate cooking zones.