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Best Electric/Induction Range Deals 2017 (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Steve Sheinkopf

Electric ranges have not changed much since your last purchase. In fact, they are pretty similar. It is still ceran glass over elements, but some of the features like convection, warming drawer and 5th burners have changed and are worth considering.

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Topics: Jenn-Air, Frigidaire, Website, Electrolux, Maytag, Electric Cooking, Induction Ranges

Wolf 36-inch Induction vs. Wolf 36-inch Gas Pro Range (Reviews / Ratings / Prices)

by Mason Nguyen

Up until 2016, if you wanted a 36-inch range, you purchased a professional gas range. Then, Wolf marketed a 36-inch induction range. So which one do you choose?

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Topics: Wolf, Professional Ranges, Induction Ranges

Viking vs. Wolf 30-Inch Induction Ranges (Reviews / Ratings / Prices)

by Roger Pontes

Induction ranges and cooktops have become increasingly popular over the years. Oddly enough, you did not have many premium choices in induction other than Dacor and then Viking. That has changed recently as Miele (2014) and Wolf (2016) have added very decent induction ranges to consider.

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Topics: Wolf, Viking, Induction Ranges

Best Induction Ranges and Cooktops for 2017 (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Steve Sheinkopf

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

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Topics: Induction Cooktops, Induction Ranges

Wolf vs. Miele Induction Ranges (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Amy Ross

Induction is the best way to cook. Quite simply, it is faster with a better simmer than gas. It is also the most child safe, because you need metal to activate the magnets for induction to work. Induction also requires less venting as well.

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Topics: Wolf, Miele, Induction Ranges

Samsung vs GE Profile Induction Slide-In Ranges (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Eddie Jacob

For many years, you had to shop hard for an induction product. The choices were limited at best and expensive for even the simplest of ranges. Frigidaire and GE were at the forefront of induction cooking from a price and selection standpoint.

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Topics: GE, Induction Ranges, Samsung

Electrolux vs. Samsung Induction Ranges (Reviews/Pricing/Ratings)

by Steve Sheinkopf

Electrolux was the first to the market with a modern, feature packed induction slide-in. They just refined it. However, Samsung has developed a super new product over the last few years.

This is an interesting comparison between two very good and new, upscale cooking products. The right one for your house depends on a few different factors. Before we look more closely at the two ranges, let's talk about induction cooking.

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Topics: Electrolux, Induction Ranges, Samsung

KitchenAid vs. Electrolux Slide-In Induction Ranges (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

by Steve Sheinkopf

After numerous delays in shipping, KitchenAid has finally started to market an induction slide-in range.

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Topics: Slide-In Ranges, Electrolux, KitchenAid, Induction Ranges

Bertazzoni vs. Miele Induction Ranges (Reviews / Ratings / Prices)

by Eddie Jacob

Induction continues to pave the way as the preferred source of energy, for those that are limited to electric. It is also increasing in popularity, when given the choice between gas and electric.

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Topics: Miele, Bertazzoni, Induction Ranges

New Wolf 36” Induction Range (Reviews/Ratings)

by Danny Nguyen

There is exciting news from Wolf appliances. There will soon be a 36” induction range!

Up to this point, you could only purchase an induction range in 30" width. You would have to buy a 30" induction cooktop and separate wall oven for a larger size.

We'll look at the other induction 36" range, induction technology and Wolf.

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Topics: Wolf, Induction Ranges

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