GE's PHS920SFSS Induction range is lovely to look at but can't match the cooking and baking performance of competing induction ovens.
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.
For $3,200 the GE Profile PHS920SFSS range flaunts handsome stainless steel styling. But it cooks slowly for an induction appliance and its convection oven stumbles when baking two racks at once.
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.
At almost $3,700 the Samsung Slide-In Induction Chef Collection Range has a steep sticker price but impressive performance and lots of style.