Cook with gas like a pro on the hardy Decor Renaissance range
Hey guys this is Brian Bennett at c|net Appliances and right now we're taking a first look at the Decor Renaissance Gas Range.
Now this professional styled range has, as you can see, six burners.
It also has very distinctive looks.
Very brushed metal on the front, very.
Large knobs for controlling the burners.
It also has LED feedback here when you turn on a burner it will turn on the light so you know the flame is open.
What's also unique about this stove is it has burners that range all the way up to 18,000 BTU.
And go down to as low as 800 BTU.
You got heavy-duty grills up top.
They're all flat.
That means they can take a lot of damage.
They can take a lot of abuse.
You can, you know, run your pots all across it and it won't snag on the surface.
So below, you have two ovens that are both convection.
And they also have very heavy-duty handles.
As well as a, soft close, as you can see.
And this range gonna definitely cost you a pretty penny.
It will, cost, in its most expensive incarnation, $8,100 for the 48-inch model.
It drops down to $6,100 for the 36-inch model.
And, I believe, around $5,000 for the 30-inch model.
So if you wanna get your hands on the Dacor Renaissance gas range you're gonna have to wait until June of 2015.
I'm Brian Bennett for CNET appliances and we've just taken a first look at the Dacor Renaissance gas grill.
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