Achieve perfectly cooked dishes with this 30-inch KitchenAid gas range. Its five burners offer from 5,000 to 17,000 BTU, letting you execute different cooking methods from a gentle simmer to high-heat stir-frying. The 6.0 cu. ft. double oven of this freestanding KitchenAid electric range produces evenly cooked results with its Even-Heat true convection technology.
5 cooktop burners
To meet various cooking requirements.
Circulates air throughout the oven
Convection technology for fast cook times and flavorful results.
Conveniently eliminates the need to scrub by doing the cleaning for you.
Accommodates cookware of various sizes
Includes an oval center burner to suit your needs.
Prevents spills from spreading
Sealed burners eliminate the space between the burners and the cooktop.
Accommodates multiple courses simultaneously
3.9 cu. ft. oven lets you cook for a large group in less time.
Safely maintains a temperature for an extended period of time
Sabbath mode helps you comply with kosher cooking practices.
Gas connector is sold separately and is not included.
I am so in love with this stove!! The one I had before said it was a double oven but it really wasn't. You could only bake one thing at a time (not enough room for a chicken or turkey in the bottom oven). This is a true double oven!! I love, love, love it
My wife wanted a stove that didn’t take forever to preheat and was able to cook two things at once. This was the answer. This stove preheats so fast and saves us so much time with that and having two ovens.
The other reason we chose this stove over other double oven convection stoves is because of the stainless steel top. Our last gas stove had a black top and showed everything and you had to wipe it down every day if you wanted it to look clean. With the stainless steel, you don’t have to do that. It doesn’t show the dust like the black does.
I read some reviews before purchasing this about people saying how easily the top scratched when cleaning it and this upset them. Well I destroyed the top of our stove the first time cooking on it splattering olive oil everywhere while searing some meat. Olive oil is not easy to clean up as some might know and even though it took a lot of cleaning, it never once scratched anywhere. I’m not sure if these other people are using wire brushes or extremely abrasive cleaners and don’t know what the heck they are doing because this does not scratch easily unless you are using something on it you shouldn’t use on any surface you don’t want to scratch. Common sense isn’t always that common though.
My stove arrived today and of course I was very excited. The installer pointed out two issues: 1. The grates aren't even so sliding a pot from left to right or vice verse may cause a tipover/spillover of pot contents and therefore a huge mess. 2. On initial firing up of the front right burner some grate material flamed off leaving leaving a very visible imperfection. I haven't used the stove at all yet (top nor ovens) but will update if I find additional issues.
Bought this in Feb and was installed in April. Have been using it about a month. Although it is basically summer now and I usually do more grilling and much less baking this time of yr, I have been using it quite a bit. I've almost always had a gas stove but when we purchased this house, it came with a horrible electric cooktop in ceramic. So after four yrs I'm reacclimating to cooking with gas. We did the propane conversion by our local dealer...so technically I'm on LP. It kicks out tremendous heat. The burners vary in BTUs but both larger ones are hottttt. I find I'm often on low to medium and cooking away. The ovens rock. I've used both. 1. I love the blue interior. 2. The convection is new to me but it's not that much of a learning curve. The easy convection button will figure for you what you shld be set on once you input the standard Time and temp for a recipe. So once and done. I've figured that it tends to suggest 25 degrees lower but same length of time. I'm also just winging it and experimenting with time and temp. Have not run the self clean as we are only a month in. Can bake 3 racks of cookies at a time...I really like it and am so glad to be back in gas...esp for canning. Bought as part of a three piece KitchenAid promo and price was great. Delivery was within a week. LP conversion pieces come with it. Took my propane guys about an hour to connect, test, etc.
We were looking to replace all major kitchen appliances and once we saw this model on the floor I knew that I wanted it to be the centerpiece. Dual ovens have been great. Easy to use, a little gifficult to keep clean and avoid scratches.