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

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Create new recipes every day. This spacious Samsung range is equipped with all the tools you need to expand your culinary skills. The Guiding Light controls, reversible cast iron griddle, custom wok grate, and more, will help you bring variety to every mealtime.

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    Key Specs

    • Product Height
      36.19 inches
    • Product Width
      29.81 inches
    • Product Depth
      26.38 inches
    • Range Type
      Slide-In
    • Yes
    • Oven Cleaning Method
      Self-cleaning
    • Single/Double Oven
      Single Oven
    • Cooktop Surface Type
      Grate
    • Cooktop Surface Color
      Black
    • Number Of Burners
      5
    • Color Finish
      Stainless steel
    • App-Controlled
      No
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    Overview

    What's Included


    • 30" Self-Cleaning Slide-In Gas Convection Range
    • Gas connector is not included
    • Owner's manual
    • Reversible cast-iron griddle

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (791 out of 820)

    Features


    5.8 cu. ft. capacity

    Prepare multiple dishes at once with 3 oven racks – 2 wire and 1 split, and 5 separate burners. The oval burner fits oversize pots and pans, while the Dual Power burner takes dishes from boil to simmer fast.

    Slide-in design

    Get a built-in look. This range appears customized for your cabinetry with its sleek design, no remodeling required.

    Guiding Light controls

    Choose your cooking options with the intuitive guiding light controls. Program your favorite recipes, plus easily control temperature, time settings, and more.

    Temperature Probe

    Monitor meats and poultry without opening the door. The built-in probe keeps tabs on food’s internal temperature.

    True Convection

    Bake and broil with better results. The fan system distributes heat throughout the oven, so your dishes cook faster and more evenly every time.

    Reversible Cast Iron Griddle

    Start the day with your favorite breakfast foods, or grill sandwiches anytime. Choose the smooth or ridged surface of this removable griddle, and you’re ready to cook.

    Custom Wok Grate

    Mix up a fresh-cooked meal. The grate's circular base heats every inch of the wok for delicious stir fry and more.

    Grate Indicator Marks

    Distribute heat evenly. Grate marks on each burner help you place pots and pans in the best spot for well-cooked results.

    Warming Drawer

    Keep cooked meals at the ideal temperature. This drawer stores warm food for you until you’re ready to serve it.

    Required for Installation: All gas range purchases require a gas line hookup kit be purchased from Best Buy. If a gas line hookup kit is not purchased, your delivery will be drop-off only. Find a hookup kit in the accessories section on this page.

    Antitip Bracket: Our home delivery teams or installers are required to install an antitip bracket at no additional charge. Refusal of antitip bracket installation results in a drop-off only delivery, no connections will be completed.


    Customer rating

    4.7
    97%
    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    3.0

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      What A Fantastic Gas Range

      Posted
      RBrylawski
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      Our new home came with a competitor's gas range. The problem with it is the gas knobs and oven control are on the top of the unit. One might think that's not a problem, but if you have cats, trust me it was. Our cats were able to turn the gas on, which is not just a problem, it's dangerous. Since we had purchased our French Door Refrigerator and Washer and Dryer from Samsung, I went searching for a better option and after reading hundreds of positive reviews of this range, we decided it would be a great option for us. The controls are on the front, so it wouldn't be possible for our cats to turn the knobs. The control panel for the oven is glass (not plastic as is so common with lesser ranges), and the controls are so intuitive and nicely laid out. The burners are amazing. The front right burner is 18,000 BTU, which is near professional grade and it heats a large pot of water to boiling in minutes. The oven heats up to the set temperature amazingly fast and food comes out perfect. All of this is wrapped in something that is simply beautiful and upgraded the appearance of our kitchen. It has such a high quality look and feel that I'm sure we'll be cooking happily on this for years to come. A couple of things if you've read other reviews. One, the fan that runs when the oven is in use is not loud at all. It's quieter than I expected by a long shot. Two, the grate under the burners is beautifully finished in stainless steel. Some had commented it's hard to keep clean and scratches easily. Since there are three grates, they're not overly heavy, so removing them easily to clean the surface is easy. And the surface itself is very easy to wipe clean after use. The griddle and wok ring are nice additions. We haven't used either yet, but we look forward to having the opportunity to use them. All in all, I can't say enough great things about this stylish and terrific slide in gas range.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Cooks well, but highly automated and may not fit

      Posted
      JCCA
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      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 would 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: 1 out of 5 stars

      Bad delivery/installation

      Posted
      fan0182
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      This is a review about the installation/ delivery services and not the appliances themselves because I have had them for 21 days and just finally got them installed. I bought a 4piece Samsung kitchen set for over $5000. I did spend the extera money for the dishwasher install and all of the nessary hookups for everything. I was told that by doing this all would be complete except for the dishwasher when the they dropped the appliances off and a separate crew would be there to do the dishwasher. When the delivery crew left I had a dishwasher and microwave left in box as expected, a oven sitting in the middle of the kitchen with all of the packing still on it and the fridge plunged in with all packing on it and no handles on it. If I was there I would have not let that stand but my dad was there for me and did not know any better. I contacted best buy and asked why things were left as such and after a couple of days of looking into it they said that because the range was a slide in that there was a extera charge to install it. They did make that right and they did cover the cost for me but my appointment for the install had to be changed because the installer could not do anything he extera work in the time given. The fridge they had no idea why it was left as it was. That was rescheduled and they were back out and quickly put the handles on and left. They didn't bother taking the packing off or hook up the the water lines again. My dad was there again and questioned them and they said that they were only there to do the handles and water but could not do the water because the line was copper. That makes no sense to me. I did get a call from I am guessing it was there boss who said that the water could not be done because the shut off was not behind the fridge. I also asked why the rest of the packing was not taken off the fridge and he said that I was misinformed because they did do that. When I got to the house that night I wound up taking off the rest of the packing myself. It was not a difficult task but the principle of it is what made me mad. A few days later they were supposed to come out and install the dishwasher and the range. I got a call confirming that I had the appliances and that they would be there in a hour no problems. Later I called my dad to see how it went and he said that they had not been there yet. So I called them and they said that they could find the address so the installer left town. As it turns out they had the wrong address down. The address that they had down didn't even exist. When all was said and done it took 3weeks and a lot of time on the phone to get the appliances to where they can be used. The managers and installers (once they got there) that I worked with were great. As for the delivery crews I have nothing good to say about them because after the second visit I had to finish there job for them. I think for me in the future I will only be buying from best buy if it is something that I can pick up at the store myself.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Powerful and Beautiful

      Posted
      mx71

      Granted, we've only had this installed a few days, but I love this thing. In my past career, I was a professional chef in elite restaurants, so I have certain expectations with ranges. My house had a Wolf DF304 which I love, but then I rented that out and moved in with my fiance. She had an electric coil stove. It was doable, but that's all it was. After much research, and flat out refusal to buy a Wolf, I settled on this for dimension and BTU reasons. The burners are great. They light quickly, they're powerful, and the grates are nice and heavy. Not as heavy duty as a Wolf, but heavy enough. Half the price for a Wolf is just for the name anyway. Even at $7,000, it doesn't compare to even a low end restaurant range. We ended up getting this one at Best Buy for $1,812 out the door with sales and a coupon. The burners are more adjustable than another reviewer has mentioned, and it looks great. Those are the pros. The three cons I've noticed thus far and why I've docked it a star are the following: - Middle burner isn't a screamer. I let the grill portion heat up for at least 15 minutes on high and some meat barely sizzled when I applied it. It seems more like a quesadilla grill/griddle than a screaming meat griddle. I'm ok with that though as I prefer charcoal anyway. - The LCD screen. It's gorgeous, but it's right in the line of fire for grease. It would be nice if it folded up. I worry about scratching in the future as I wipe down ranges immediately after use, and that could add to some wear. - The top of the range is stainless. This is beautiful when clean, but it's always dirty. I'm worried about using barkeeper's on it to clean it as I assume it would scratch it. Stainless is definitely prettier, but black would have been more functional. Having said that, I would buy this range again. I might just be excited because I'm back to gas after almost a year of electric coil, but I would even consider replacing my Wolf with it if it came down to that.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good range for the price.

      Posted
      Avidhomecook
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      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 is 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

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Amazing Stove

      Posted
      03060

      I purchased the Samsung NX58H9500WS a few weeks ago - i just can't believe what a great gas range this is - oven heats really fast, boils water quickly (& you can use a much lower heat for the stove top) & is easy to keep clean - so far just water has cleaned up any mess. knobs stay cool throughout cooking process. It has so many options i haven't tried them all just your normal bake & convection bake (dog biscuits cooked completely evenly & banana bread came out perfectly) - so much better than my old 5 burner range. i purchased this over the much more expensive GE Cafe as i wanted the dual burner, fish burner, warming drawer and built in look - when i compared the GE to this - i couldn't pass up this deal - the sale price at bestbuy is a steal!!!! i almost didn't buy because the the lip on either side of this range - my cabinets on either side are not even in height - so one side looks completely lined up& the other side has about a 1/2 inch gap but honestly you hardly notice it - only if you are looking for it - but that is my funky kitchen cabinets! Since i was replacing a freestanding range Samsung enclosed a strip for behind the range - in my set up the strip goes right up against the wall. Oh - it also is much better looking in person - in the stock photos it looks a little boxy but it isn't - very professional looking. (My friend has this stove & i didn't realize i had checked it out online as its a beautiful stove in person - this is the main reason i purchased it over the GE Cafe being able to see it in person). I can't believe anyone could complain about this range. Samsung did a great job with this gas range!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Well designed range

      Posted
      luv2cook

      We haven't purchased a new range in 16 years, but so far, I'm glad we took a chance with this new-to-the-market Samsung. The front burners are both high powered; the simmer burner works well; the middle griddle burner is powered just right (but the griddle itself is a bit narrow). I also like the wok feature - no more precariously balanced woks or annoying rings. Maybe because my old range was SOOOO SLOW, I especially love the fact that I can preheat this oven to 350 F in less than 10 minutes (might be closer to 5 minutes!) - all this for an oven that's huge. It's so huge that the racks don't fit under my cabinets. At first I was worried about where I would put the racks I wasn't using, but then I remembered that this is a convection oven, so I can actually use the other racks at the same time. Why not just leave them in the oven? The only issues I have with this range is that the control panel might have been designed by a 20-year-old because the beeper is so quiet, I can't hear it when the stereo's on, and the clock numbers are so small that only my teenager with telescopic vision can read it from the kitchen table. Another minor complaint is that the cast iron burner grates are not perfectly level, so my pots rock slightly - just a minor annoyance, not dangerously. I've been using it (a lot) for a week now and everything about the range's performance is excellent. Overall, this range is a great value and one you should consider if you're thinking about the GE slide-ins as an alternative.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Looks Great But Several Bothersome Issues

      Posted
      alz5803

      I have used the range for about six weeks. It looks very impressive; however, there are several issues that bother me. One problem is that the stove can be raised to account for counter height but it can not be lowered below the factory built height. In my situation we have tile under the stove so that the stove can be pulled out for cleaning or service but there is no tile under the counter top. Consequently, the rim of the stove sits above the counter top leaving slightly over a quarter inch height gap. The center, oval top burner is very much under powered. Its output is pitiful. It takes so long to get the griddle or a large pan heated that it practically makes the burner useless. Except for the front “power” burner, which is very good, the other burners all have different outputs. This makes cooking a “planning” situation rather than a pure cooking situation. The oven racks don’t necessarily slide in smoothly even when lightly oiled as suggested in the instruction manual. Another problem with the oven racks is the curvature of the back of the racks. The back curve, used to keep the rack from sliding out when pulled forward, is too long which forces longer cookie sheets to placed horizontally on separate racks rather than side-by-side on a single rack like my previous oven. Oven operation is questionable. I was not happy with the Convection Conversion feature. Items cooked with this mode did not seem to be cooked through. Consequently, I have taken off the conversion option with the oven settings. The Cook- By-Time option creates a problem. At the end of the set time the oven automatically shuts off and does not give you a chance to check to see if the item is cooked enough. You actually have to restart the oven if the item needs additional cooking time. You are probably better off cooking by time using the stove’s timer, check the item at the end of the set time, and reset the timer if necessary without the oven shutting off. I probably should have done a little more research before I purchased this range; however “it is what it is.” While the stove is adequate there are too many little things that make it not worth the money.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    Rating: 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

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