CNET First Look
A powerful burner is the highlight of this Frigidaire gas stoveThe Frigidaire FPGH3077RF has one of the fastest water-boiling times we've seen on a gas range, but this $2,700 stove falls short of expectations.
[MUSIC] When I think about this Frigidaire gas range, the best word I can come up with is decent. Now that's not necessarily bad, but for a 2700 dollar product, you want something a little more. First of all, this oven isn't an outstanding baker. When I cooked biscuits on traditional baking mode, it always came out really really pale and barely done on the inside And when I boiled some hamburger patties in the oven they came out pretty tasty, but it took a while to get to that point. Now the stove does have some good qualities, for example it's one of the fastest boilers I've ever seen when it comes to gas ranges. The Frigidaire gas cook top could boil 112 ounces of water in an average Of ten and half minutes or so, which is pretty fast when you compare it to other gas burners. And the oven also did a pretty good job of roasting a chicken using the convection fan that's located in the back fo the oven. But overall, this oven just didn't have enough zing to justify paying so much money for it.