Clad in lots of steel the Signature Slide In Electric Range boasts expensive looks and app-connected smarts.
We've seen a lot of ranges in the CNET Appliance test kitchen this year. Here are some of our recommendations if you're looking to upgrade your cooking.
The Chef Collection's new induction cooktop uses LEDs to simulate flames beneath your pot.
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A new gas stove joins Samsung's premium Chef Collection line up of pricey home appliances.
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.
If you're not on a tight budget and like the idea of choosing between one or two ovens based on your needs, this might be an excellent option for you.
Sleek design meets functional utility on this Samsung electric range.
The addition of Wi-Fi to these Dual Door FlexDuo slide-ins means you'll be able to start, stop and monitor the oven from afar.
The KitchenAid KSGB900ESS 30-inch 5-Burner Gas Convection Slide-In Range has plenty of cool extras and a good oven performance, but it's not enough to justify the $2,649 price.
CNET got an exclusive look at Bose's upcoming induction stovetop that it designed to create the ultimate cooking experience. See it action.
Consider a lower-priced, freestanding gas range, such as the Samsung NX58F5700 or the Kenmore 74343, instead of the middling Samsung NX58H9500WS. Is a slide-in range on your must-have list? Take a look at the KitchenAid KSGB900ESS, a similar range with a solid cooking performance.