The Samsung NE59M6850 is a good pick if you're in the market for an electric range that can adapt to your baking needs. But shop around if you don't need a double oven.
The Samsung NE58K9850WG will give you a lot of bragging rights and the upper hand on connected large kitchen appliances. But it would be worthwhile to wait and see if Samsung can get rid of its Wi-Fi kinks and put connectivity in a better-performing range.
If you're looking for a larger, smarter oven and don't need fancy meal kits, I'd recommend the June Intelligent Oven.
This stove can hold its own in a kitchen. But if speed is what you're after, you better shop around.
This LG range handles basic cooking tasks with ease, which makes it a strong contender for a place in your kitchen. Just don't rely on all of its speedy, specialized cooking modes to make you a better home cook.
The Kenmore 41313's small oven and limited features make it an overpriced, albeit solid-performing and easy-to-use electric range.
PHS920SFSS Induction range and convection oven is lovely to look at, and boasts a powerful cooktop, but it's held back by cumbersome controls and a lack of compelling extras.
The $1,600 LG LRG4115ST is similar to the other ranges in the manufacturer's ProBake line -- the range doesn't live up to LG's hype or price tag.
Skip the LG LDG4315ST and its ineffective upgrades. Consider a simple gas model like the Kenmore 74343 or KitchenAid KGRS306BSS.
Frigidaire FPEH3077RF has a lot of pesky issues for such an expensive stove. Shop around (or wait for a sale) before you settle on this option.
This range looks like a pro, but still needs some practice when it comes to cooking.
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.
LG's LSRG309ST leads in terms of accoutrements like extra racks, a broiler pan and a cast iron griddle, but you can find cheaper ranges with comparable -- or better -- looks, cooking modes and performance results.
GE's JB650SFSS is completely middle-of-the-road; it's fine in every category, but certainly won't revolutionize the way you cook.
While we love the idea of greater connectivity with our kitchen appliances, this LG oven doesn't deliver enough in cooking prowess or connectivity to merit a strong recommendation.
WLabs offered this oven in a limited release, and that makes sense because it doesn't feel quite ready for retail. Still, the design is great and there are handy features like Live Look-in and a good Whirlpool app.
Sweet steel styling and solid performance aren't quite enough to overcome the Frigidaire FPGF3077QF's confusing oven controls.
The costly Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range may offer solid performance and handsome styling but lacks convection, making the less expensive yet evenly matched GE JB650SFSS a better buy.