Samsung - 5.8 Cu. Ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Flex Duo™ Oven - Stainless steel

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This Samsung slide-in range is designed to fit seamlessly with your kitchen cabinets. Its intuitive programmable controls are built into the front, giving your cooktop a clean look.
The oven features dual True Convection system and can be used either as a large single oven or split into two ovens with individual temperature controls.

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Key Specs

  • Product Height
    37.1 inches
  • Product Width
    29.8 inches
  • Product Depth
    26.3 inches
  • Range Type
    Slide-In
  • Single/Double Oven
    Double Oven
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Cooktop Surface Type
    Smoothtop
  • Cooktop Surface Color
    Black
  • Number Of Elements
    5
  • Color Finish
    Stainless steel
  • App-Controlled
    No
26.3"
Samsung - 5.8 Cu. Ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Flex Duo™ Oven - Stainless steel - Front_Standard
29.8"
(Doors closed)
37.1"
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Overview

What's Included


  • Anti-tip bracket, screws
  • Filler kit & screws
  • Samsung 5.8 Cu. Ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Flex Duo™ Oven
  • Template

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
92% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (179 out of 195)

Features


Flex Duo™ technology - Provides the traditional single cavity range and double oven in one with a unique design that easily switches from single cavity to two smaller cavities

Five electric cooktop elements - Including a triple and a bridge burner

Dual convection - Distributes heat throughout the oven faster with two fans, creating more even cooking

Gliding rack - Provides simple access to food in the oven

Temperature probe - Lets you monitor the cooking progress without opening the oven door and releasing heat and ensures good cooking results

Large 5.8 cu. ft. capacity - Allows you to cook multiple dishes at once

Warming drawer - Keeps food at the perfect temperature until dinner is ready

SteamQuick™ and Self Clean - Save you time and make regular cleanings simple, plus a 20-minute cleaning option

Hot surface indicator lights - Let you know when you stovetop is still hot

Auto oven light - Automatically turns on when the oven door is opened

Proofing setting - Creates the ideal climate for proofing dough for bread

Sabbath mode - Deactivates the auto shutoff feature and allows the user to turn on the oven prior to the Sabbath and keep it on until the following day

Kitchen timer - Built-in so you can keep track of your cooking progress

Delay start - Lets you program your oven to begin cooking at a later time

Auto shutoff option - Automatically shuts the oven off after sitting for an extended period of time

Monitor the cooking progress without opening the oven door and releasing heat

Gliding rack allows you to easily slide heavy items, such as large turkey roasters, into and out of the oven

Burners include one triple (6"/9"/12"), three single (6" and two 7" bridges) and one warming burner


Overall customer rating

Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars with 195 reviews

92%of customers would recommend this to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice range, cooks well.

    Posted
    NJrangeman
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    We needed a new range and had been set on a slide in. We previously had a freestanding LP range, but when we redid our kitchen we prepped for the day of an electric slide in. Because of our prep, installation was literally hooking up the electric cord to the range, leveling the unit to our counter, installing the anti-tip bracket, and pushing it into place. We looked at every range on the market from $1000 clearance units to $4000 units. In the end we narrowed it down to this Samsung and a comparable KA. All the other ranges were disqualified because of build quality or design. Many had plastic, others were flimsy, a lot had both. Even more expensive units had poor design features. The KA we considered was stronger built but had less features. The finish was noticeably nicer, but the unit was basic and only a single oven. The reason we went with the Samsung was partly due to the duo oven capability, which is nice. The build is acceptable, but the unit is a little flimsier than the KA we liked. The trade off is that we have more features on the Samsung. I am fairly confident though that if one day one of my children decides to pull out the warming drawer and stand in it that it will be damaged, where the KA I am fairly certain I could have stood in myself. The Samsung heats faster than our 20 yr old LP range for what that is worth and it cooks food very consistently. One thing to note is that the top half of the duo flex system does not offer a bake setting simply because there is no burner under the food. This is not listed in any literature easily available. The top does offer convection bake which is a great performer, but you will need to learn how to adjust for convection cooking. I use it all the time with great results. My wife can not be bothered so she refuses to use the top. Having a dual range is sort of pointless if you always have to go to the very bottom to cook. The end result is that the range looks good, is better built than many on the market, and offers advanced features. It cooks well also. The price is in line with comparables. We would likely purchase this range again if needed. We do have our fingers crossed to some degree because getting Samsung parts can be time consuming and difficult sometimes. Our fridge has been 6 yrs flawless knock on wood, but our washing machine they spent 3 times the original price on repairs and it still has issues. American brands often will simply replace a unit instead of repair. It is our experience that Samsung or at least the warranty holder of our washer had the policy to repair when physically possible regardless of time or cost. We were without a washer for 6 weeks during one breakdown because the part was on a ship coming from the other side of the world. Either way I have gotten off track, but this is part of our consideration. We still went with the Samsung. At the time of our purchase there was a nationwide shortage of the unit and Best Buy was the only group on the East Coast that even had the unit. So by default they got the sale. The price was fair and the service was fine. We would recommend both.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Well built, but user interface could be better

    Posted
    curmudgeon

    Have used this for six months now and no manufacturing defects. I like the temperature probe to get roasts done to perfection. Also like the warming drawer to keep food warm while other things cook and the cooktop warming center to get coffee mugs warmed up (I can never remember to turn them off though). The bridge element is great for griddles and the 3-element burner does boil fast. But I must agree with other reviewers that the timer alarm is much too quiet to be heard unless you're right there in the kitchen. Also the time of day display is much too small to be read from the dining room table. And if you wear reading glasses like me you'll need them to determine which sector of the control knob applies to the portion of the 3-element burner or bridge unit you are using. A word of advice: you must read the user's manual to use the oven because the procedure for selecting cooking type, setting the cooking temp and optionally the cooking time, is not that straight forward. Neither is using the special features. You may be used to a conventional oven where turning the knob from off to bake or broil is all you do to turn on the oven. Not so with this model. To begin with there is no knob. There is a touch sensitive display and you must first select the cooking type: bake, roast, convected bake, convected roast or broil, then set the temperature with the 0-9 number pad, and only then touch start oven. Setting a cooking time after which the oven automatically shuts itself off complicates things even further. To muddy the waters even more there are two other timers that do not turn off the oven when they sound the oh-so-quiet alarm. When you finally get the oven turned on, it displays the current temperature while it's preheating and then beeps when it reaches your set point. The display defaults to 175 degrees until it gets hotter than that. All that said, do experiment with convection roast or bake as things cook quicker and/or require a lower temperature. Do I like the divided oven feature? Not really. It sounds cool, and complicates the setup even, more but we pulled the divider out a few months ago to make room for a roast and never put it back.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Samsung customer service is poor

    Posted
    Jjmarty5
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Just bought a complete kitchen appliance package of Samsung products at a local Best Buy. The Best Buy store was great, for the most part...our sales person told us some incorrect info about the oven. Not a big deal they replaced with correct one! And I was really pleased with the customer service at Best Buy. So...they we get our new range and we are just moving into our new home and we use the self cleaning mode. We haven't even used the oven yet to this point. And we'll after awhile we realize that the door won't open and the digital screen had no power. All the burners worked correctly on top. Needless to say this was very frustrating being we haven't even used it and we just moved into our new house so were extremely busy. My wife calls Samsung the next day...after having to speak with three different Samsung representatives and they are saying " it wasn't professionally installed" "it's our electric" " we don't know if we have repairs in that area" the list keeps going...that's highly disappointing to spend so much money and get customer service that horrible! I wont recommend buying Samsung products to anyone. The bright side of this and I'm not a Best Buy employee or anything of the sort. I called Best Buy where I bought my appliances...took them 2 min to say we will replace with a new one! I mean I have no working oven in our new house but somebody actually stepped up and took care of the problem with out making us feel like it was our fault. I gotta wait 2 weeks before the new one arrives but we can deal with that. I'd much rather wait two weeks then spend another minute on the phone with Samsung customer service.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Experienced Cook Very Disappointed

    Posted
    graciegirl

    This great-looking range is a major frustration almost every time I have to cook. I've been cooking over 30 years, and I tried to give this range a fair trial. It has been 5 months , but I have to say that I truly regret this purchase. The touch pad is overly sensitive and just brushing up against it will turn off the oven, turn on the warming oven, or activate any other function on the pad. Every time the oven door is opened to check a dish for doneness or basting a roast, the light automatically turns off when the door is closed. Why? Broiling with the door closed (which is required) is difficult because even with a large window, broiled dishes are too high to see. (Never heard of broiling with an oven door closed.) I have burned many burgers and steaks because of this. I have yet to figure out the best positions for the racks. They don't go where I need them. I planned to use the double oven for my Thanksgiving turkey and sides, but I really don't think the 15 lb. turkey will fit in the larger bottom portion. Fast boil is no faster than any other burner on any stove I've used. The timer alarm is a joke. It is so quiet I don't think my dog can hear it. Wish I could use an appliance for a month before buying. I would not have kept this range if I had been able to try it out.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love this stove

    Posted
    willy113
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I have not used the lower part of the oven yet, but if it works as well as the top oven, I will be thrilled. I was able to get rid of my toaster oven thanks to the convenience of the top oven of the new stove. That allows me to have more counter space for other things. The only caution is that I am having to learn to use convection baking. I've had several successes. Cooked a beautiful cherry pie, cookies, quiche, sheet cake and roasted vegetables. All cooked quicker and at a lower temperature and were wonderful. My two failures have been ham buns and toast which burned on top. The broiler must be more powerful than I'm accustomed to. Now when I make toast, I set the timer for 2 or 3 minutes, and that reminds me to keep a check on it. I have also enjoyed the bridge element for cooking with a griddle. It works great. I like the options for choosing the perfect size element for each of my pots. Some people have written that the oven controls come on too easily. That is true but the oven itself needs several steps to begin heating, so I do not mind this. Ignore it, and it goes off in a few minutes. Honestly, I love this stove and I am completely happy with my choice.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Love how it looks, hate how it cooks

    Posted
    xKing
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member
    • Top 1000 ContributorTop 1000 Contributor

    We loved this range when it arrived - looks great, has lots of features, easy to use touch controls for the oven, temperature probe... Until my wife tried cooking on the left back burner. Manual declares both left burners as 1800W each, you think they will work the same? No! For some reason left back burner performance is disappointing. Set back left, front left, back right burners to "4" and measure temperature (Fluke infrared thermometer). Left front and right back show 550F, left back - 250F (at the same setting!) Even at the "Hi" setting left back burner does not perform as it should. We had 2 different service companies (under warranty) come out and attempt to fix it - they replaced the main control board twice, left burner assembly and the switch on the front panel - still the same. We believe it's a design flaw, left back burner is not usable in this range. It's going back to BestBuy and we'll be getting a different brand. Really sorry about it, we loved it.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sleek design and great features

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

    I bought this Samsung range to replace my smooth top GE range and love the new look. I haven't yet used 2 different oven settings simultaneously, but am looking forward to trying that out. One bit of advice is to be prepared to possibly call an electrician for a slight modification. Our range would not slide back all the way to the wall due to where the precious electrical connection was installed. According to the BB installers, it shouldn't be a big deal for an electrician to relocate the outlet. Hopefully this is the case. It is leaving about an inch gap right now. Other than that, I'm really happy with my choice. I've used the warming drawer several times and like that feature very much. The cooktop does a great job and I'm eager to try the 2 bridged burners.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good compromise between single and double oven

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

    The glass cooktop performs perfectly and so far has been very easy to control in terms of temperature, high and low. A big pot of water comes to the boil very quickly, and low simmers are also easy to do. I really like the three-ring larger burner that can be adapted to pot size. I've wanted a double oven range since they first came out, but some friends with them dislike that the bottom oven door lays on the floor when trying to get food in or out. This Samsung has a slide-in divider that creates two ovens, both convection, both individually controllable (within certain temps) and the single oven door sits up off the floor with a warming drawer beneath. One of the three oven racks actually slides out on rollers, which is a wonderful feature especially when handling liquids. The electronic controls are very intuitive. I haven't tried cleaning it yet, but there are two methods; the traditional high temperature way, and a 20-minute "steam" clean. So far, no complaints whatsoever.

    I would recommend this to a friend






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