"Frigidaire wants to do better than other moderately priced ovens"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Frigidaire wants to do better than other moderately priced ovens
At first glance, this Frigidaire gas range seems to give a few more extras and features than we expect for an oven that costs $1150.
There's a convection convert feature that will lower the temperature to make sure that your goods bake really nicely when the convection fan is in use.
There's also a Pizza button that bakes just for your favorite frozen or fresh pie.
But, once we started cooking with this oven, it really performed about on par with other products that we've seen in this price range.
It's great at boiling water.
But, it's broil times were a little slow.
Especially, when you compared it to other
Other gas ovens.
And it was a little tricky to use if you wanted to enable some of the special features.
Like the pizza button or the convection converter.
Overall, this Frigidaire gas oven is a decent product.
It's comparable to what you would expect for an oven in this price range.
Unfortunately, it just doesn't.
Might live up to the promise that it presents at first [SOUND].
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