This middle-of-the-road stove isn't worth its $2K price
Frigidaire is trying to do too much for this $2500 slide in electric oven.
It want to be a powerful appliance that cooks food first but it sacrifices quality along the way.
For example it takes less than 13 minutes to boil six hamburgers paddies in the oven.
Which is super fast when you compare it to other ovens, but you have to deal with a lot of smoke before you get your burgers.
The double burner on the cooktop is just as ambitious and disappointing.
It took an average of 12.5 minutes to boil water, which is a completely respectable boil time, but you have to use both burners to get the full power, even if your pot, like the one we used for testing, is Is too small.
This seems like a waste of energy, unless you have some sizable cookware.
[SOUND] Not everything is bad about this Frigidaire oven though.
It bakes evenly and cooks a mean chicken.
But there are too many little annoyances to make this Frigidaire oven worth buying.
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