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LG LRE3021 Electric Range

The LG LRE3021 is the most affordable range the Korean conglomerate offers. Click through to see what it brings to your kitchen.

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Smooth operator

With LG's electric range, you get a smooth cooktop with four burners, including one dual burner that can switch between two sizes.

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Open wide

The oven boasts a capacity of 6.3 cubic feet, which gives you plenty of room for that humongous holiday roast.

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"IntuiTouch" controls

You'll control both the oven and burners using LG's "IntuiTouch" controls, which is really just a fancy way of saying "buttons."

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Burner bummer

This gets a bit tedious with the burners, as you'll need to repeatedly jab at the plus and minus buttons to dial the heat up and down.

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Consistent performance

In our test kitchen, the LG range did very well, holding consistent temperatures throughout all of our test recipes. In this single-rack biscuit test, it hovers nicely between 400 degrees Fahrenheit and the target temp of 450.

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Multirack woes

You don't get a convection fan with this oven, though, and that means that multirack baking won't yield evenly cooked results.

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Price point

The LG LRE3021 retails for $800 (£515, AU$985, roughly converted). That's more expensive than the low-end offerings of other brands, but more affordable than any other range LG sells. Is it a solid buy? Read the full review to find out.

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