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Fancy induction cooking by Samsung

Shiny stainless steel all over

Big burner knobs for easy control

Cook with blue virtual flames

Beware of hot pots and pans

This stove seared steak well

Compact yet big inside

Guided by light

Turn one oven into almost two

Dual rack baking with typical results

Convection was even but under baked

A masterful oven multitasker

Be a better brunch maker

The Samsung Slide-In Induction Chef Collection Range measures a mere 30 inches wide yet packs an induction cooktop and an oven which performs almost like two appliances in one.

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This well-appointed range sports a skin of shiny stainless steel.

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The Samsung Slide-In Induction Chef Collection Range features four front-mounted burner knobs that are large, sturdy and easy to manipulate.

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Induction ranges use invisible magnetic fields to cause ferrous pots to heat up quickly. For extra safety and unique style, Samsung added blue LED lights to each burner so you know when it's active.

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While induction stoves create heat mainly in your cookware, not the cooktop itself, you still have to watch out for hot range surfaces. A tiny display shows power level settings as well as warns for residual heat.

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The Samsung Slide-In Induction Chef Collection Range had the oomph to sear sous vide steak with very tasty results.

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Inside the Samsung Slide-In Induction Chef Collection Range's main oven cavity is 5.8 cubic feet of space.

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One stand-out feature on the Samsung Slide-In Induction Chef Collection Range is its large touchscreen control panel. Called the "Guiding Light" control by Samsung, it is designed to only show menu options based on what setting you select.

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Slide the Flex Duo partition to split the oven into two effective cooking zones.

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Turning off convection helped the top rack of biscuits brown better but less than the bottom rack.

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Dual rack convection baking yielded even but underdone results.

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Flex Duo lets you do things like oven fry bacon and bake muffins at the same time.

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Frying eggs on this range was a delight while crisping up bacon and baking muffins at the same time was no sweat.

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