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Best Electric / Induction Range Deals 2019 (Reviews / Ratings / Prices)

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Electric ranges have not changed over the years as much as you would think. In fact, they are pretty similar.

An electric range is still ceran glass over heating elements, but some of the features like a convection system, a warming drawer, and an added 5th burner make new electric ranges worth considering.

You will see bigger price differences when you consider front control/slide-in electric ranges for aesthetics (you will see your backsplash) and then induction for performance.

We will look at freestanding, front control and induction products.

Yale Framingham Freestanding Ranges

Freestanding vs. Slide-in 


Freestanding ranges have the controls on the back while slide-in ranges (front control ranges) have their controls on the front. Freestanding ranges will be less expensive with similar features. Slide-in ranges will look better because you can see your backsplashes.

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Induction vs. Regular Electric

Induction is magnetic heat. The magnets attract the steel in your pan while the pan cooks the food

Induction is also the fastest to boil with instant simmer. It also cannot be turned on without sensing metal so it is the safest.

We will look at freestanding ranges, then front controls and then induction. This article will change frequently due to rebates and new products.


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Most Popular Electric Ranges

Pricing for January 2019

Samsung NE59M4310SS - $529

Samsung NE59M4310SSIt's very similar to the range you probably now own. However, Samsung has the 5th burner.


  • 5.9 cu. ft. Capacity - Cook multiple dishes at once or accommodate larger items
  • Flexible Cooktop - Accommodates multiple pan sizes on 5 specialized elements with two dual elements

Whirlpool WFE550S0HZ - $749

Whirlpool WFE550S0HZ

Whirlpool is actually our most reliable brand. This unit has 5 burners, convection (fan forced air for even cooking) and automatically adjusts cooking times for frozen foods. 


  • Frozen Bake(TM) Technology
  • FlexHeat(TM) Dual Radiant Element
  • Keep Warm Setting
  • Temperature Sensor
  • Closed Door Broiling
  • Fan Convection Cooking
  • Warm Zone Element
  • Control Lock Mode
  • Adjustable Self-Cleaning Technology

Samsung NE59N6630SS - $699

Samsung NE59J7630SS electric range

This range is nice looking. Samsung offers convection and various burners for the various pots and pans. It also has a 20-minute steam self-cleaning cycle rather than 3-hours.


  • 5.9 cu. ft. Convection Oven
  • 5 Radiant Elements
  • SteamQuick Self-Cleaning
  • Proofing and Storage Drawer
  • Stainless Steel

KitchenAid KFEG500ESS - $1,099

KitchenAid kfeg500ess freestanding range

KitchenAid is brand new and restyled to look more professional. It has flexible burners for almost any pan.


  • Even-Heat(TM) True Convection
  • 6.4 Cu Ft. Oven Capacity
  • Professionally-Inspired Design
  • 5 Cooking Elements Including a Warm Zone
  • EasyConvect(TM) Conversion
  • Aqualift(R)
  • Storage Drawer
  • Hidden Bake
  • 2 Dual Elements (12/9" and 9/6")
  • Stainless Steel Cooktop Trim

KitchenAid KFED500ESS - $1,599

KitchenAid KFED500 best electric range 2016

This is a true double oven range with the bottom oven being convection. You can cook dessert and the holiday bird with this oven.


  • Even-Heat(TM) True Convection
  • 6.7 Cu. Ft. Total Capacity
  • Professionally-Inspired Design
  • 5 Cooking Elements Including a Warm Zone
  • EasyConvect(TM) Conversion
  • SatinGlide(R) Rack
  • Hidden Bake
  • Triple-Ring Element
  • 10" Even-Heat(TM) Ultra Element
  • Stainless Steel Cooktop Trim

Popular Electric Slide-In Ranges

Pricing for January 2019


Samsung NE58F9500SS - $1,299

samsung slide-in range NE58F9500SS

Samsung dominates the electric slide-in range market with modern styling, convection, and a price far below its competitors. This is a great range for the money.


  • Get a Sleek Customized, Built-in Look for Your Kitchen
  • Premium Design with Illuminated Controls
  • Extra-large Oven Allows you to Cook Multiple Dishes at Once

KitchenAid KSEG700ESS - $1,799

KitchenAid KSEG700ESS

KitchenAid has mirrored Samsung in terms of promotions with an almost $400 drop for Memorial Day. Their new front control ranges have an industrial look as well as an easy convection conversion button.


  • Even-Heat(TM) True Convection
  • Steam Rack
  • 6.4 Cu Ft. Oven Capacity
  • 5 Cooking Elements Including a Warm Zone
  • EasyConvect(TM) Conversion
  • FIT Guarantee
  • Aqualift(R)
  • Storage Drawer
  • Glass Touch Controls

Bosch HEI8054U - $1,979 

Bosch Benchmark HEI8054U

Compared to Samsung, Bosch has high-end features, better rebates, and stellar kitchen packages.


  • Touch Control for Easier Operation of the Oven
  • Heavy-duty Metal Knobs for a Premium Look and Feel
  • 11 Specialized Cooking Modes - Gourmet Cooking Made Easy
  • Genuine European Convection for Even Baking Results on Multiple Racks.
  • Temperature Conversion for Convection Cooking
  • Fast Preheat Reduces Preheat Time
  • Warming Zone
  • One Oven Light to Better Monitor Cooking Progress
  • Kitchen Timer
  • Extra Large Door Window for Easy Monitoring of Cooking Process
  • Star-K certified. Temperature range: 100(degree) - 450(degree) F
  • Large Capacity of 4.6 Cu Ft.
  • Recessed 8 Pass Broil Element for Increased Capacity and Safety

Jenn-Air JES1450 - $2,499

Jenn-Air JES1450

The new Jenn-Air has a much larger oven capacity than the average by about 20% by placing the controls on the top and reducing the size of the bottom drawer. Have a big family? Then consider Jenn-Air.


  • 30" Range - Make a statement with our 30" full-depth range that offers the refined look of Jenn-Air(R) appliances while easily installing in a standard opening.
  • Baking Drawer - Adding additional baking capacity, our baking drawer offers an array of options for cooking and entertaining and provides a convenient alternative to oven baking and roasting, while still giving you the option to keep food warm, proof bread and warm plates before serving.
  • Telescoping Glide Rack - This roll-out rack lets you easily position and removes dishes.
  • Soft-Close Door - Soft-Close technology lets the oven door close softly, quietly, securely.
  • 6.2 Cubic-Foot Oven Capacity - Ideal for entertaining, this oven offers a generous capacity to cook multiple dishes at once.
  • Rapid Boil Element - 3,200 watts of power boils liquid quickly, and the element's wide temperature range adds flexibility to simmer sauces and cook foods at low temperatures.
  • Triple-Choice Element - Reaching a searing 3,000 watts, this versatile, three-tiered element accommodates a wide range of cookware sizes to match cooking needs with heating efficiency.
  • 6-Inch Warm Zone Element - Keep your finished menu items warm until they are ready to be served, or while other items finish cooking, with this 100-watt element.

Most Popular Induction Ranges

Pricing for January 2019

Induction, however, has changed the market for electric cooking. Induction cooking uses a magnetic heat, which excites the molecules in the metal pan to heat the food faster with an instant simmer response.

Induction Cooking FAQ

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Induction is, in fact, faster than the hottest professional range and 30% more efficient. It's the most child safe as well.

Most higher-end ranges are now sold as induction ranges.


Samsung NE58K9560WS - $2,199

Samsung NE58K9560WS

Samsung has a cool induction range. The top features LEDs emitting blue light, so you know the unit is on.

You also will have better baking with two convection fans as well.


  • Virtual Flame - Visual of gas cooking with the precision of induction cooking
  • Slide-in Design - Modern and Sleek, Built-in Look

KitchenAid KFID500ESS - $2,609

KitchenAid KFID500ESS

The KitchenAid induction is a double oven with convection which converts your recipes into convection recipes automatically.


  • Induction Cooking Elements
  • Steam Rack
  • Even-Heat True Convection
  • Professionally-Inspired Design
  • 6.7 Cu. Ft. Total Capacity
  • EasyConvect Conversion System
  • Glass Touch Controls
  • SatinGlide(R) Rack
  • Hidden Bake
  • Stainless Steel Cooktop Trim
  • 11" Even-Heat Ultra Element

Bosch HII8055U - $3,059

Bosch HII8055U

Bosch features auto chef which constantly monitors the burners for temperature. You also have convection and a warming drawer.


  • True Convection
  • Fast Preheat
  • PreciseSelect
  • AutoChef
  • Meat Probe
  • SafeStart
  • Warming Drawer
  • Touch Control
  • Recessed 8 Pass Broil Element
  • Star-K certified. Temperature range: 100(degree) - 450(degree) F
  • Large Capacity at 4.6 Cu Ft.

Jenn-Air JIS1450DS - $3,299 

Jenn-Air JIS1450DSThe Jenn-Air slide-in offers the largest cubic footage, convection, 5 burners, and separate baking drawer.


  • 30" Range
  • Induction Technology
  • 6.9 Cubic- -Foot Total Baking Capacity
  • Baking Drawer
  • Soft-Close Door
  • Telescoping Glide Rack
  • 6.2 Cubic-Foot Oven Capacity
  • Glass-Touch Electronic Controls
  • Sensor Boil

Final Thoughts

Electric hasn’t changed much, except now you can buy convection and have better baking at a lower price.

You may also want to consider front control with a newer renovation, because you can see your tile or backsplash. It will look better in your kitchen.

Induction is the best performing cooking you can buy whether you boil or simmer if that is important.

Additional Resources

Download the Yale Induction Cooking Buying Guide with features, specs, and inside buying tips every induction cooktop and range from Wolf, Thermador, Frigidaire, Electrolux, Jenn-Air, Bosch, and more. Well over 355,000 people have read a Yale Guide.


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In fact, we sell fewer brands than most appliance stores. Here is why:

We feel it is our responsibility to repair your appliances after you buy them.

We now have 30 service technicians, each averaging 8-10 calls a day Monday through Friday, plus another 110 on Saturday. That's over 30,000 service calls logged in one year.

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A Note About Pricing

Pricing on this blog is for reference only and may include time sensitive rebates. We make every attempt to provide accurate pricing at time of publishing. Please call the stores for most accurate price.

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