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Whirlpool Gold 6.2 cu. ft. Electric Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven with Warming Drawer in Stainless Steel
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Gold 6.2 cu. ft. Electric Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven with Warming Drawer in Stainless Steel

$1,899.00 /each

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Create delicious family meals with the help of this large 6.2 cu. ft. capacity range. Induction technology transfers energy directly into any magnetic cookware for faster, more efficient cooking. The 9 in. 3,200-watt Induction Boost element even boils water in half the time. The time savor plus true convection cooking system uses a rear fan and a third heating element in the back of the oven. This allows you to roast faster and seal in flavor and juices. Our energy-efficient self-cleaning cycle offers quick, easy and odor-free oven cleaning with aqua lift self-clean technology. And the AccuBake temperature management system delivers uniform baking results every time, while a separate warming drawer ensures that food done ahead of schedule doesn’t get cold before the entire meal is ready to serve.

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  • 6.2 cu. ft. super capacity provides tons of space to cook a main dish and side dishes at the same time
  • Induction cooktop features four Induction Boost elements (3,700-, 3,500- and two 1,800-watt), which heat cookware directly, so food heats more quickly and spills do not bake on to the cooktop
  • Induction Boost element boils water in less time than traditional gas burners
  • TimeSavor Plus true convection cooking system uses a rear fan and a third heating element in the back of the oven to circulate hot air and seals in flavor and juices
  • AccuBake temperature management system achieves uniform baking results every time, while Rapid Preheat uses all of the elements and a rear fan to heat the oven quickly and efficiently
  • Convection broil makes it easy to evenly grill meat and perform other delicate cooking tasks
  • Warming drawer keeps food warm in a separate, heated drawer and features multiple temperature settings to help ensure food does not get cold before the entire meal is ready
  • Tap Touch controls provide a sleek, sophisticated look that is easy to clean and allow cooktop controls to be set with a simple touch
  • Control Lockout option helps prevent unintended oven operation, while the hot surface indicator light lets you know if a cooking element is on or still hot
  • AquaLift self-clean technology uses water and low-heat to release baked-on foods and deliver easy and odor-free oven cleaning in one hour or less
  • New EasyView extra-large oven window lets you keep a close eye on cooking progress without opening the door or disturbing oven temperature
  • Max Capacity rack makes room for large items and secures ones that might slide around, while the split rack can be removed to make room for large items like a turkey and reattached to make a full rack
  • Limited 1-year warranty
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Name AquaLift 6.2 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Oven in Stainless Steel 5.4 cu. ft. Induction Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel Gold 6.2 cu. ft. Electric Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven with Warming Drawer in Stainless Steel 5.3 cu. ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Induction and Convection Oven in Stainless Steel
Brand Maytag Frigidaire Gallery Whirlpool GE Profile
Ratings (221) (137) (49) (313)
Color/Finish Family Stainless Stainless Stainless Stainless
Range Type Freestanding Freestanding Freestanding Slide-In
Cooktop Surface Type Smooth Surface Induction Induction Induction
Range Size 30 in. 30 in. 30 in. 30 in.
Cleaning Type Self Cleaning Self Cleaning Self Cleaning Self Cleaning
Oven Features Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Digital Display,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Lower Storage Drawer,Oven Window Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Built-In Timer,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Food Temperature Probe,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Lower Storage Drawer,Oven Window Built-In Clock,Control Lockout,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Oven Window,Warming Drawer Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Convection Oven,Gliding/Roll Out Racks,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Oven Window,Warming Drawer
Number of Elements 4 5 4 5
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It is more energy efficient than a gas range for a given task? If so, by what %?

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I wonder what per cent of heat from a gas burner using a stainless steel pan goes right out the side of the burner without heating the pan? I use 100%^ wind energy. So, the pollution from electricity generation is not a factor.
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Induction cooking is the most energy efficient means of cooking. All of the heat goes in the pan. No heat loss, like with gas stoves. I've heard induction is 40% more efficient than gas cooking.
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This stove needs a 40 amp circuit breaker. That's pretty high. I would think it uses more power than gas. Also you can't make crepes on an induction cooktop. Pots and pans have to be in contact with the burner all the time.
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Melephant,
Typically gas appliances tend to heat and get to a desired temperature more quickly than an electric model. However, in recent years, electric burners and elements have gotten more powerful and heat more quickly. They are pretty close to each other in performance anymore and it really comes down to preference of the user or what the space has been setup for. We do not measure heat that might Read More
Melephant,
Typically gas appliances tend to heat and get to a desired temperature more quickly than an electric model. However, in recent years, electric burners and elements have gotten more powerful and heat more quickly. They are pretty close to each other in performance anymore and it really comes down to preference of the user or what the space has been setup for. We do not measure heat that might or might be lost on the side of pans. As long as you are using a pan that is as large as the burner or slightly larger there would be minimally heat lost in either electric or gas. Thank you for viewing this Whirlpool home appliance. Read Less
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Does the oven door gets hot when baking?

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I'm considering this range and I have a toddler. I read a review that says that the oven door gets hot enough to burn. is that right?,
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Ours gets hot to the touch, also.
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Any oven when turned on and baking/broiling, the door is going to heat up. I am not aware that it would cause any type of serious injury or burn, but the door will be warm to hot to touch. This would be true of any cooking appliance. When using home appliances such as cooking ones, there is always care that should be taken when little ones are around. This oven doesn't and wouldn't get any Read More
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Any oven when turned on and baking/broiling, the door is going to heat up. I am not aware that it would cause any type of serious injury or burn, but the door will be warm to hot to touch. This would be true of any cooking appliance. When using home appliances such as cooking ones, there is always care that should be taken when little ones are around. This oven doesn't and wouldn't get any hotter on the exterior than any other. It performs well, has many great features such as convection and a warming drawer. I believe that you would be very happy with it. Thank you for viewing this Whirlpool home appliance. Read Less
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What is induction, and is is necessary to have?

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The cookware is available everywhere and all price points. Paula Dean on Evine (I think) has a disk with handle that you can put on the burner to "convert" your cookware to use on the induction stove. Well worth it..induction cooking is faster with great results. I am looking at this stove because I have been using a table top model and just love it....and I have a $1,200 gas cooktop!!
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October 14, 2013
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Hi Dahlgrcd,
Induction cook tops use magnetism to heat the cookware
as opposed to heating the pan and the food with radiant heat.
The advantage is the cook top surface stays cool, only the pan heats up.
The disadvantage is you can not use aluminum cookware on an induction cook top.
Mike,
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What do I need to look for when I shop for cookware? Not sure of name of materials that will work.

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Cookware has to be ferro magnetic like iron only certain types of stainless steel, no copper or aluminum.
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Knitter,
Thank you for viewing this Induction Range. When looking for cookware to be used with induction you want to ensure that it is magnetic. Most cookware today will fit the bill. Also, most cookware that you look at will either provide logos of the types of cooking surfaces that it would designed for or it will specifically spell out the type of cooking surfaces it is designed for. Thank you for
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Thank you for viewing this Induction Range. When looking for cookware to be used with induction you want to ensure that it is magnetic. Most cookware today will fit the bill. Also, most cookware that you look at will either provide logos of the types of cooking surfaces that it would designed for or it will specifically spell out the type of cooking surfaces it is designed for. Thank you for allowing me to assist.
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Great range when it works This range is amazing....when it works. Because it is induction it has a computer board under the cooktop surface instead of burners. This part breaks about once every 6 months and cannot be fixed. It must be replaced. We purchased the 5 year extended warranty and wow are we lucky we did. After the third time they replaced the same part it has not broken since. So maybe they fixed whatever the problem was with the faulty part. If you want to take a chance on this bad boy make sure you buy the extended warranty. And if they offer you another extension after it expires make sure you buy that too. August 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Only lasts one year We bought this Whirlpool induction range just under 2 yrs ago for $1700.00. At a year and 3 months the main computer module board shorted out. It cost $800 to repair! Only a 1 yr warranty. Whirlpool will not make any exceptions. Their customer service is poor. Well we had a new module board installed and after 2 months the new one shorted out!!! Guess what, they don't have a parts warranty!!! It's going to cost another $800.00!!!!! Do not buy this range!!! Look at the other review about the computer shorting out, they all do this apparently. May 20, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by They're buying it back From the beginning (Feb 2015) beeped randomly, back burners wouldn't work and front burners would not work beyond level seven. Heat was shorting out the cooktop control, which sits right above oven door. After three attempts to fix (including a "kit" which means this is a design defect - those who were charged for the repair should complain), Whirlpool agreed to replace. Alleged factory backorder meant estimated delivery August 2015. Phoned to follow up - now it's some time in early 2016! They are buying it back, needless to say. If it worked it would be a slick appliance. Bummer is it's part of a "matched" new appliance set. So now the range won't match. August 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this range I absolutely love this range. I moved into a new home and replaced and older electric ceramic topped range. This is so much fun to cook on! Even my girlfriend with the beautiful gas range is impressed. I bought a whole set of Circulon, induction cookware from our local big box store and so changing over has not been a big expense. I also enjoy using the convection oven. It is so quiet and fast! November 11, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good at first. Breaks after 6 months. At first this is an amazing range. Cooking is a breeze. However any review you read was made early after the purchase. We'll I have had this range for 1.5 years, and it just broke for the third time. Same issue each time. The entire computer must be replaced. The crazy thing is how good it works when it does work. If you can handle being out of service a week out of each 6 months then go for it. November 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Terrific range Purchased this range to replace a 14 year old drop in. It looks great and after a quick adjustment, my wife loves the induction cook top. The oven capacity is amazing with the ability to fit so much in it. Received lots of compliments on how it looks. May 21, 2013
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