This is a great oven with a high price. Wait for a sale, or consider a less expensive induction range.
$800 is a lot to pay for a non-convection oven. There's better value to be found if you shop around.
Slow cooking and a lack of interesting extras make the LG LRG3085ST less compelling than similar gas ranges from Samsung and KitchenAid.
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.
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.
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.
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 Korean appliance company announced the addition of ProBake Convection, a feature that LG says will improve multirack baking and speed up preheating.
The LG LSE4613BD is a good choice if you're not looking for a lot of bells and whistles in your next range but still want a solid cooker.
The LG LSG4513BD is a good option if you want to treat yourself to a luxe gas stove.