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Dacor adds remote preheat and dual-fuel range to Discovery IQ luxury smart appliances. Read editors' take
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The range has a nice LCD touch screen. Read editors' take
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With the updated version of the app, you now get remote preheating, and it can also monitor cook time and temperature, the latter through a built-in meat probe. Read editors' take
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It is 48 inches long with six 14-inch brass burners and two side-by-side oven compartments; this Discovery IQ range is essentially a professional-grade cooking product aimed at wealthy cooking enthusiasts that regularly cook for large groups. Read editors' take
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It's the largest range in Dacor's entire product portfolio, and also one of the most expensive, with an $11,999 price tag. Read editors' take
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The touch screen folds down flush with the oven. Read editors' take
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The Dacor Discovery IQ. Read editors' take
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For nearly $12,000, you get a very professional-looking smart range. Read editors' take
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It features six burners. Read editors' take
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It also has two ovens, one smaller if cooking for a smaller party. Read editors' take
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