Frigidaire Gallery 30" Self-Cleaning Freestanding Electric Convection Induction Range: Take control of your cooking surfaces and treat your family to home-cooked meals. The 5-element induction cooktop gives you more room to boil, simmer and fry while making cleanup easier by heating only the cookware, not the cooktop, eliminating burnt-on spills. The convection oven lets you cook foods evenly on multiple racks while gauging and maintaining your desired food temperature. This smart, powerful functionality comes in a stainless steel package that complements the modern kitchen with elegant style.
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The 4 corner elements provide between 800W and 3800W of power, with the front elements forming a bridge so you can heat a griddle evenly. A central warming zone provides 100W of power to keep foods warm after cooking.
Heat your cookware, not the cooking surface
Electric induction technology keeps the cooktop cool and safe while directly heating only cast-iron or stainless steel cookware. Boil water quickly and control heat with incredible precision.
Circulates air throughout the oven for fast cook times and flavorful results.
Conveniently eliminates the need to scrub by doing the cleaning for you.
5.4 cu. ft. oven with 3 adjustable oven racks
Accommodates multiple courses simultaneously, so you can cook for a group in less time.
Provides a convenient place to store cookie sheets and cooling racks.
Oven keeps foods at your desired temperature
The Effortless Temperature Probe with Auto Keep Warm feature brings food to your preset temperature, then automatically switches to a keep warm function for optimal cooking.
Schedule cooking times with delay-bake
Lets you program the oven to start cooking when it's most convenient for you, even if you're not at home.
Auto oven shutoff
Turns off the oven for safety if it is accidentally left on.
Maintains a temperature for an extended period of time in order to comply with kosher cooking practices.
Free delivery on appliance orders $399 and up
Installation is included with delivery when you also purchase the required parts. If required parts are not purchased, delivery will not include installation.
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Posted by: GmanOC from: Laguna Hills on
Honestly, this was not the first range I've ever owned, but after investigation, I chose the Frigidaire Gallery Induction Range for one reason: BEST IN CLASS.
The cook-top is amazing, giving you he control of gas, with the cleanliness of electricity. The only flaw, if there is one, is that it requires cookware that is magnetic (cast iron, genuine steel, etc.). Otherwise, this range is once of the best I've used. You can cook at high heat quickly, and not burn the food (like regular radiant-heat cook tops can do, and the oven cooks evenly and consistently. I look forward to many years of using this range! It's also beautiful (if there is such a thing).
26 out of 26 found this review helpful.
Great Induction/Convection Range
Posted by: greenday55124 from: on
Best Buy was very good to allow me to purchase this range in exchange for a similar Samsung range that broke and couldn't be repaired. This range is well made. Made in the USA and works great. The knobs for the cooktop are a big improvement over the other ranges buttons. The Oven is huge and heats up fast. Can't say enough about induction! Awesome! Nothing spills and burns on, boils almost in an instant. Expensive but well worth it.
19 out of 19 found this review helpful.
bad smell from this oven
Posted by: robinsonma from: on
Please do your homework when purchasing a Frigidaire induction range. We thought we had done ours before purchasing a model FGIF3061NF this past spring. Soon after installation we began smelling what can best be described as the acrid burning of electrical components whenever we attempted to use the oven. We were initially told the oven had to be broken in and the smell would go away, but it did not. Because it was 45 days after the purchase Best Buy could not help us and referred us to Frigidaire since we were under the manufacturer's warranty (they would have helped if we bought the extended warranty). Frigidaire refused to replace the stove and arranged to have it looked at by a local technician who could find nothing wrong but did notice the odor after we heated the oven for about 15 minutes. He ordered the replacement parts he thought would correct the problem, but then there was a problem getting the parts and it took a lot of arm twisting to get Frigidaire to step out of their comfort zone and finally ship the parts overnight when they were available...even after we had waited on them for a month. Once installed we thought the problem was solved but we began to smell the odor again and now that baking season has returned it is obvious we still have a problem. The smell actually burns our eyes and throat and we have to open the windows to use this range for any extended period of time (like cooking a pizza). I am a big believer in induction ranges but it appears we have a lemon and we are not looking forward to contacting Frigidaire yet again for a problem I suspect will continue, especially when the technicians we are sent know we have a problem but have no apparent idea how to fix it. Buyer beware.
17 out of 17 found this review helpful.
I Love Induction
Posted by: Birby from: on
This is my first Induction Range. I replaced a coil electric range.
Induction is so much better than Gas (my parents have gas). It heats quicker than Gas or electric. The surface stays relatively cool (It still gets warm from the pan heating up, but you won't get a 3rd degree burn#. You get the control of a gas cooktop without the pot/pan and handle getting blazing hot and you can simmer.
This is my first convection oven, too, which is great also. When baking in our old oven we could only bake one thing at a time #like one tray of cookies). Now we can put two or three pans in the oven and they all cook evenly. I have only found one recipe to be done quicker than usual, but since you can keep the over a little cooler with convection you probably end up using less energy.
So most of what I have liked probably can be said for any induction range with a convection oven. What I liked about this range is that it had nobs to control the burners. I didn't want to have to push a button 50 times to get the burner to high. The over control is really easy and the settings are intuitive. My parent's wall oven has a nob for the temp and a nob for the oven setting which drives me nuts, so for the oven settings I appreciate the simplicity of the buttons and that the oven settings are named intuitively rather than "pastry" or "aero bake" like my parent's.
Between the convection oven and the induction cooktop this range will definitely save us time and should hopefully save us money.
17 out of 17 found this review helpful.
Poorly built, cheap materials, but works OK
Posted by: Oscondoles from: on
We bought this range to replace our 6 year old Kenmore Elite Range, which blew a fuse in the filter board after a short life of 6 years. The Frigidaire and Kenmore Elite are both made by Electrolux and many parts interchange between our old and new ranges.
So we decided to buy a new induction range instead of repairing the old one when we realized the repair would cost more than half of the cost of the new range. We researched our different options and reluctantly went with the Frigidaire after I saw that the circuit boards had been redesigned from our failed Kenmore unit. By the way, if you want to see the similarity between two products, look at the parts list at a website such as searspartsdirect.com. There I discovered that the Electrolux, Kenmore Elite and Frigidaire had essentially the same innards.
Anyhow, the Frigidaire was out of stock, so we had to wait more than 2 weeks to get it delivered. When it arrived, and the delivery team unboxed it, they found it was damaged - the control panel was bent in significantly on one side. That was our first real hint that the Frigidaire might be chincy.
When the second unit came a week later, it looked OK, so we accepted it. However, when I went to install the power cord, I discovered that the factory had overtorqued the screws for for the power wires. Despite having good tool and years of mechanical experience, one of the screws refused to break loose. Luckily,we did not have our old range hauled away. So, I ended up switching the junction block between our old range and our new one. When I removed the junction block from the new range, I noticed that the power terminals were barely snug.
Once we had power to the range, it started up and seems to work fine (hence 3 stars), but we noticed other issues. The storage drawer did not line up with the rest of the oven - it was not parallel to the oven door, it was bent in on one side and it opened and closes stiffly. When I compared it to our old range, I noticed that the tray was mounted on ball bearing on the old range, but on cheap Nylon or Delrin slides on the new range. A little bit of mechanical manipulation got the door to look more presentable, but I could not get it to slide easily, because one of the guides did not line up with the rail it was supposed to fit in.
Finally, if you look down the front face of the range, it is clear that the range door does not fit squarely - it sticks out more on one side. There are numerous other examples of poor fit and finish, but I think you get the drift. So if you do not mind a range that is assembled with the quality level of a 1970's era American car, this range might fit your bill.
As for operation, everything seems OK, but we have only used it for 1 day! The "induction noise" is barely noticeable, much quieter than our old range. The power controls work well. The oven did not have any odor issues when first used.
13 out of 13 found this review helpful.
Intro to induction
Posted by: SoCalArt from: on
This is a great way to not invest heavily in a technology you want to try. This stove seems to have all the desirable aspects of induction cooking with the exception of one. That one exception is having a cool to touch burner area as soon as you turn off the heat and remove the pot or pan. I have seen much more expensive units that have that feature. Not really a deal breaker though since we were already used to not touching a recently used burner area and there is a warning telling you the area is still warm.
The other induction characteristics are there - quick heating and quick response to changes. It is much much better than a standard electric cooktop.
Not sure if the more expensive units do this but there is a noticeable hum when you are using high power. It is definitely not loud or annoying, just different.
We are very satisfied with this stove and think it is an excellent value.
16 out of 18 found this review helpful.
Awesome Induction Range
Posted by: Drew220 from: on
I picked up this range as an open box for a great price. I did a ton of research on new ranges and this by far is one of the best deals out there for electric ranges. It may not look the fanciest but it's choke full of amazing features for an amazing price. Induction ranges usually costs twice as much. The oven heats up quickly and cooks well. Just an overall awesome appliance
By far the greatest feature is Induction. I can't begin to say how amazing cooking with induction is. Pans heat up very quickly and respond to temperature adjustments instantly since your just heating the pots and pans and not the cooktop. The pans are hot as soon as you cut it on. You can even boil a large pot of water in 2 minutes ( I have verified this myself). Cleaning the glass is a breeze since your not heating the cook top.
The only drawback is that you need to make sure that your cookware is magnetic (just see if a magnet will stick to the bottom). If you do go with this stove do yourself a favor and buy some Tri-ply cookware which can be found for really good prices online. They perform extremely well and are very efficient when used with induction.
Best buy also did an excellent job delivering and installing my new range. Very pleased with the entire transaction. I usually never write reviews but this range is just to good not too.
8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
The best range I've ever had
Posted by: Sallyne from: on
This induction range and convection oven is the perfect combination for any kitchen. It can make tea in under a minute and cook a roast to perfection in 2/3 the time. A great stove at a great price!
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Nice range with design flaw
Posted by: homelover from: on
I bought this induction range after reading the great reviews, but it has to go back. It is designed with vents on the back that mean the range has to be 1 to 2 inches out from the wall to accommodate the vents. It looks funny to have a range stick out from the wall and not align with the backsplash. Also, the range came with 2 dents, the bottom drawer was misaligned and hung crooked, and I cannot open my dishwasher because the vents force the range out too far. It has to go back and I'm disappointed because I had measured meticulously and I was excited to try induction.
7 out of 8 found this review helpful.
love the induction, but.....
Posted by: Tinman from: on
We have had the stove about a month now. Very minor adjustment to the AWESOME speed that this range heats up. Very controllable heat. The convection oven is fantastic! Even cooking and fast.
The hardest thing to get used to is how fast you can boil water and heat food. It's thrown me off a few times trying plan everything to be done at once but, I'm getting better with it .
You do need high end cookware with an induction range, the heavier the better. We had to trash all of our Revere Ware since it does not work on induction and replaced it with "stupid expensive" All-Clad 5 ply.
My only complaint with the stove, and the reason I didn't give 5 stars, is that the cooktop is very easily scratched. My last stove was near 20 years old and was starting to show its age but, it took a long time to get there. This cooktop is so smooth and shinny that it shows every little mark. It is not realistic to think to think you would never move a pan while its on the stove. We keep the cooktop very clean and use appropriate cleaning products yet, we have small scratches already.. This one will never make the 10 year mark looking good.
Other than that: this is a great stove.
My buying experience with Best Buy was the worst I ever had with any retailer. I wish I gave my money to another store with better service.
Overall I recommend the stove but not the retailer.