The Dacor Renaissance ER30DSCH Dual-Fuel range is a beautiful appliance that looks like it's plucked from a commercial kitchen. Its luxury $6,320 price will leave a lot of consumers cold, but this range's performance makes this unit a good addition to a home kitchen.
Every new oven owner should do this -- at least once.
These ovens will make a big impression in your kitchen, and an even bigger dent in your bank account. Here are some of the most enviable ranges we've reviewed.
These ranges have hefty price tags, but these appliances would make worthwhile additions to your kitchen.
The Kenmore Elite 97723 replaces burner knobs with touchpad controls, a decision that dampens cooking with this electric double oven.
The Kenmore Elite 97723 gets ride of the burner knobs in favor of a touchpad controls. On the surface, the choice gives the oven a very sleek look. But the addition of touch controls means that you have to re-learn how to control a burner's temperature.
It's been challenging for manufacturers to figure out how much technology and connectivity to cram into the ordinary oven.
The LG LDG4315ST disappoints, from its frustrating app to its uneven baking results.
The LG LDG4315ST double-oven range stands out for its fast boiling times and useful middle burner, but its performance is inconsistent.
The company will partner with an unnamed kitchenware company to create precision cooking tools. Meld's creators will refund 1,550 backers who gave more than $209,000 to fund the smart oven knob.