The LDG3037ST is an update of the range I bought this Spring so I can't really review it, but the only difference between this range and mine is the buttons are slightly different. However, I believe enough is similar I can make a qualified review.
My subjective point view says this is one of the best looking ranges out there for under $2,000, by far. On the objective side I've had my range for about 6 months now and it has worked perfectly. The burners put out a lot of heat. In fact, it is so much better than my last range I have to watch my arm when reaching for a pot on the back burner because the super burner will singe you arm hair when on high.
By favorite part of the stove is the fifth burner and the griddle. I told myself I didn't need a fifth burner and it wouldn't be worth the extra money because I never use more than four. Then I saw it came with a griddle and thought that is perfect. I make pancakes on the griddle all the time. I love it.
The double oven is nice. I used to use a toaster oven because I didn't want to bother heating a whole oven to cook something like fish sticks. Now I use the top oven for stuff like that. The bottom oven is great for baking or roasting.
The only downside about this unit is probably the same for any double oven. The rack in the top oven is against the bottom of the oven so the bottom of a pan gets a lot of heat. If you move the rack up one notch nothing really fits. You also have to bend over more than you are use to to get items out of the bottom oven, but I seen no way around this.
I saw a couple reviews complain about the knobs being plastic. Well, they are plastic, but they look nice and so far they have been durable. I really like the shape of them because they look like knobs on a higher end range.
No regrets at this point.
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