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Samsung - 5.8 Cu. Ft. Self-Cleaning Slide-In Gas Convection Range - Stainless steel-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 985 reviews

96%
would recommend to a friend

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Rating 3.4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    sleek gas oven- works well

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    Blondie
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    This oven is sleek and was easily installed by the plumber. Cooks very well- but noisy while oven is on.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good BTU but noisy

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    WaltPPSCC
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    Burners have great BTU, however noisy like flame thrower. Oven comes to temp quickly, trade off heats up kitchen unlike prior stoves. LED in oven really show you what's inside, so no need to open during bake, big plus. Oven shelves are bit finicky to remove, so don't recommend trying to do after oven has been heated. Stainless steel top and fully removable burners make cleaning up a breeze. Downside to grates, non continuous cross pattern over center of burners leaves smaller pots/pans wobbly. Overall, oven is good; other reviews support that, these are just the items which are annoying when using that you don't see when sitting on show room floor.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love our Samsung Gas Range

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    Gas4us
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    I hate cooking on glass top electric ranges. It is too difficult to control heat and food ends up sticking to bottom or burning even when on low and simmer. After researching Gas ranges I decided on the Samsung NX58K9500. I ordered it from Best Buy Web site because it was $700.00 than other stores. We expected delivery in 7 days but we're pleasantly surprised when we were told to pick it up 2 days after ordering. We converted from gas to LP with parts supplied. The instructions were good and the flames were good with a little adjustments. I love the black stainless steel and the cast iron grates make the stove look and feel high quality. I was anxious to try cooking on the cast iron griddle and was not dissapointed with perfectly browned grilled cheese for our first lunch. Forget the wok ring and buy a flat bottom wok it is much more stable and closer to flames. The oven preheat is much faster than electric the convection bake is very nice although the fan is a little noisy. The only con I can see is the knobs do not light to indicate when burners are on. The blue indicator light feature comes with the duoflex but not with this model.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Cooks well, but highly automated and may not fit

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    JCCA
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    I ordered this range on Black Friday. Due to its popularity, I didn't receive it until the first week of February. I've had it a little over a week now, and I'm not sure it was worth the wait. Appearance: It looks just as good in my kitchen as it did in the store, except for the fit. There is a plate that's supposed to fill in the gap between the back of the range and the wall, but it only comes out about an inch, which isn't even far enough to overhang the bulges on the back of the oven, much less cover the gap to the wall. The back of the oven bulges run higher up than a lot of other ranges - in my case, it's higher than the gas valve, so there's another couple inches of rear clearance lost. If your gas valve isn't right at the floor, or you're not installing in an island with a lot of countertop between the range and the back of the island, you may have fit problems. I'd not try replacing a freestanding range with this unit. Build quality/durability: Controls feel solidly constructed. Burners and grates are heavy and feel durable, but the black coating on the grates wore down to bare metal in spots after the first time I flipped an egg. The oven racks are just a little oversized and tight to get in and out. Functionality/usability: I love the power burner, but I hate that every single burner is a different size. If you're making three or four different things at once, you have to plan your moves ahead of time. The oven heats up pretty quickly, and the thermostat is reasonably accurate. @@@@@@@@ within 10 degrees @ 350, within 15 @ 500, 10 minutes post-preheat, convection off#. The split rack may come in handy one day, but I'd rather have gliding racks #especially at its MSRP#. It's good that it has a warming drawer, because the oven is overly-automated and hard to use for warming - if you turn the oven off, it automatically cools the oven using the fan and vent. In addition to wasting electricity, it's noisy and heats up the kitchen. Overall: Despite my nitpicking, it's a decent range, but it's overpriced. There are better options in its normal price range. I paid just over half MSRP on Black Friday #thanks to a 10% off coupon) and for a slide-in it's competitive in that range, but there are still probably a few better choices unless you're in love with the LCD panel.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good range for the price.

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    Avidhomecook
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    There are plusses and minuses to any range. I am not a professional chef, but am an avid home cook with lots of cooking and baking experience. We have a second home where I busted out for a dual fuel range (GE cafe series), which also has it's benefits and drawbacks, so I will compare some of those. I will say if you are a serious baker, consider spending more for a dual fuel range with an electric convection oven. I have a second electric convection wall oven that I love (an old Frigidaire Gallery). I find my wall oven to be superior even to the electric oven in my dual fuel range. I find myself baking less as my age and waistline advance. I rarely bake cakes, mostly cookies, so the gas oven is fine for me at this point. Because I am using it less and less, I am considering getting rid of my beloved wall oven to capture more storage space, so the split rack in this oven was attractive and will be useful to me. So far, the oven has functioned properly, baked evenly, and the temperature seems to be accurate and consistent. I do find the noise of the cool down fan not to be too loud. In fact, it's far more quiet than my GE. As for the range, my GE dual fuel has excellent power burners, almost too powerful for the home cook. I have to be very careful about temperature control with the largest burner. This is where the biggest advantage of the Samsung comes into play. I can control the burner output completely myself. My GE does not allow that. When you turn the knob to certain points it automatically adjusts to a certain heat level. I want to control it manually myself at all levels which the Samsung allows. The drawback to the range top is that the middle burner is not very useful. Unless I got the wrong part, the grill/griddle piece that is supposed to fit in the middle is useless. On most models, you remove the grate and fit the griddle in it's place. This one is too long and does not fit in that position forcing you to place it on top of the grate. The burner is not powerful enough to heat it well in this position. If I had a large oval pot, I might use the middle burner but I don't, so at this point this renders it a 4 burner cooktop for me rather than a 5 burner. My other big reservation in buying this range was the stainless steel cooktop. It requires constant cleaning. I will be happy when stainless ranges with black cooktop surfaces become more readily available from more manufacturers. The black stainless option would not have gone with my other appliances. Anyone who is a serious cook gets stuff on the surface of their cooktop. I clean regularly, but I'd like to not have to do it every single time I use my range.

    I would recommend this to a friend