The Electrolux EI30EF45QS provides a taste of luxury that costs less than comparable models and performs just as well -- if not better.
Smeg's newest ranges add three convection fans to the oven for more even baking. And the ranges' colors are pretty cool, too.
You use the appliance manufacturer's app to scan the bar code on your favorite frozen food.
The GE PHB920SJSS is a good oven on its own, and its Wi-Fi connectivity and integration with Alexa make this appliance a great choice, especially if you're interested in smart home technology.
This is a fun product for the bad cook with money to spare. All others should hold off until we have more players in the smart oven game, when prices should fall.
This double oven's smarts make it an appliance worth pining after.
The Frigidaire FGGF3058RF attempts to offer higher-end features to distinguish itself from similarly priced ranges. But when you dig deeper, this range isn't much different than the competition.
AEG, part of the Electrolux Group of manufacturers, is the latest company to attempt to remove the guesswork from cooking.
The Frigidaire FGDS3065PF might not excite, but it's a solid pick if you want a slide-in range with a gas cooktop and an electric oven.
Kenmore's 41072 performs well and can hold a lot more laundry than your standard front-load washer, making it a huge asset for larger families.
The Dacor DYRP36D's tablet is an unnecessary addition to an otherwise solid range. Skip this appliance and use your own tablet.
The GE JGB700SEJSS is a solid oven for a good price.
This range looks like a pro, but still needs some practice when it comes to cooking.
Your $1,100 would be well spent on this GE range.