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The US-only Samsung Gas Range with True Convection NX58F5700 costs $1,699.

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Its display panel blends in nicely with the stainless-steel finish.

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It also happens to make a mighty fine burger.

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The roasted chicken wasn't too shabby, either.

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It has a 5.8-cubic-foot capacity.

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That's on the large side for this price range.

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The biscuits were good, although the convection bake mode (bottom row) cooked more uniformly.

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It features five burners.

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Use the knobs to adjust the output.

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They are sturdy and easy to control.

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The BTUs range from 5,000 for simmering sauces to 18,000 for boiling water.

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You can use the included griddle on the center burner for pancakes, eggs and more.

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It even comes with a wok insert.

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