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Politiceaux
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Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
Our new house doesn't have natural gas and I can't stand the electric range that it came with. I'm looking to replace it with a 30" slide in induction range.

Does anyone here have any particular models they recommend or any bad experiences?

I'm currently considering the following:

Bosch Benchmark

Bosch 800 Series

LG

Samsung

GE Profile

Frigidaire

TIA


Rouge
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
to piggyback off this topic, i am looking for a portable induction burner that fits an 8 qt pot

thanks


ThreeBonesCater
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
Electric stove kicked the bucket a few weeks back and we wanted to try induction before deciding on what to replace it with. Been using this, and it is pretty awesome:

LINK

My only complaint of the induction burner so far is that is has a fan that runs continuously while it is on.

I've done a good deal of research and think I've decided on the Wolf for the final install:

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BRgetthenet
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
I’ve got a kitchen aid induction range with convection oven. I wasn’t thrilled when we moved in. I grew up using gas, used gas all of my life, except in college, dorms, apartments, etc., and thought gas was the best.

Now, I’ll never have another gas range. I love it. All the ones you listed look nice. Just be careful not to let your cast iron get too hot.


Politiceaux
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
Much appreciated. Is this the kitchen aid you have? I like it.

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BRgetthenet
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
Mine has a 5th element.

Honestly, you don’t miss a beat. You can get a pan ripping hot, or boil water in no time.

I’d make sure you have an adequate vent.


bbrownso
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
I used a tramontina with an Emeril all-clad 8 qt stock pot for black eyed peas.
Tramontina burner - not our model
Our model - goes for $239 on amazon

Pot


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ruzil
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
quote:

make sure you have an adequate vent.


Not so important with induction since no spill over heat like gas.


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Rouge
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
my large "burner" is about 11.25" in diameter. Looking for another one that size. Thus the looking for a portable induction burner.


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BRgetthenet
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
I’ve had 4 things going at one time, and it gives off lots of smoke/steam. You can get by without an upgraded hood. That’s true.


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Mr Mom
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
I went with the GE Cafe for my camp kitchen. I chose induction because I don’t have gas access and didn’t want to deal with propane. The reason I chose this mode is because it has the double oven under it. I haven’t used it yet but I’m looking forward to trying it out.


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Politiceaux
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
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Not so important with induction since no spill over heat like gas.

Not as important but we do a lot of searing and boiling, so I'm going to be either installing a vent-a-hood or a broan with a remote blower.


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Politiceaux
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
Also considering this Jenn-Air:

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nerd guy
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re: Induction Ranges - any recommendations?
You didn't mention the brand but i've been very pleased with my kitchenaid cooktop. Definitely get one with the bridge. I'm sure their range is just as good, I know our Kitchenaid convection oven has been good.


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Politiceaux
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Thanks. KitchenAid has one I’m considering as well.


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