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from Rochester Hills, MI, United States
Comments about Kitchen-Aid 30" Slide-In Gas Range - Stainless Steel:
only complaint is that takes a while to boil a kettle. i think it has to do with how far the pots sit above the flame on the grates...
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Bought three months ago. Great upscale look, downfall popping clicking noise when oven is on . It is feature of this gas oven. Need to redesign grates, they are to heavy .
easy to clean
from Kitchener, ON, Canada
My first ever gas stove....and we love it. excellent product.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Looks fantastic, hard to keep clean.
from Rochester, MI, USA
I am thrilled with how this range looks. My biggest complaint is how long it takes for items to heat up. It seems as if the grates keep the pans high up from the flame and it takes an unusually long time to boil water, etc. I only use the dual fuel burner for most large tasks. Also, the stovetop is difficult to keep clean due to the fact that there are 2 large grates. They are cumbersome to move for regular cleaning. The convection oven works wonderful for baking, not thrilled with the gas broiler, doesn't seem particularly powerful.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Very user friendly, just needs some accessories.
I have had this range for the past year and I love it. I love cooking Asian foods and the convertable Wok stand is why I considered this range above any other. The even grating makes moving pots easy and cleaning easier. I do wish that KitchenAid would make a cast iron griddle replacement for this range so the right side could be a griddle and the left would be available for pots and pans. Just an idea. Otherwise the oven heats up quickly and the burners are responsive to avoid any boil over or scalding. I have only used the convection while cooking pizzas two at a time and it works well.
Do NOT recommend at all!
from st. thomas ontario canada
Do NOT buy this stove if you have any other choices. I had a jenn-air before which had so much power . The quality of grates, inside of oven, etc was so much better. You could bake anything in any type of vessel. ie/commercial all clad or porcelain, aluminum, etc and it would turn out perfect any time. You could bake on all 3 shelves at once and it would be even heat. If the pan is too heavy of a thickness ie/ all clad roasting pan, etc the oven is not able to heat through the pan. The contents aren't even warm. The fan keeps coming off and on. Heat keeps escaping through the running fan vent on the top of the stove. horrible even when u adjust cooking temp and time. Burners do not cook evenly either. contents get warm in pot around the edge and not in the middle. Very VERY disappointing. Would NOT recommend. I have been catering for over 30 years.
Love the look
from York, PA, USA
Looks great in my kitchen the easyconvect conversion oven makes baking easy. Had electric stove before that I hated gas faster and easier to control the temperature. Built very well no use of cheap plastic. Overall great range
This range looks great in our kitchen. The enamel top is easy to keep clean.
from Kankakee, IL, USA
Have been using this range for over a month. Does a lot better than our older GE Profile. Preheats a lot faster, and love the tri burner. Just wish the warming drawer got a little warmer than it does.
Works well...but not the quality I expected.
from Zeeland, MI
I have had this range for just over three months. It works well, but the grills do not fit so they slide off onto the counter top, and the handle just fell off. Not the quality I would have expected.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Great product all around - performance, controls, aesthetics, value.
from Philadelphia, PA, USA
My one issue is that the broiler does not light properly after only 4 months - the electric element lights, but the gas flame does not turn on. This repair is covered by the warranty and the replacement parts are on order by Kitchen Aid's designated repair firm, but it is disappointing to have a problem after such a short time. For this reason, I am marking "quality" as "good" rather than "excellent."
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