|Item Weight||202 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||26.4 x 29.8 x 37.2 inches|
|Item model number||NX58H9500WS|
|Form Factor||Stand Alone|
Samsung NX58H9500WS Slide-In Stainless Steel Gas Range with 5 Sealed Burners, 30-Inch
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Features Slide-in Design 5 Gas Burners Right Front: Dual 18K BTU Left Front: 15K BTU Right Rear: 5K BTU Left Rear: 9.5K BTU Center: 9.5K BTU (Oval) Large Oven Capacity 5.8 cu. ft. Guiding Light Controls Cast Iron 3 Piece Grates Reversible Cast Iron Griddle Wok Grate True Convection Oven (3-Fan) Temperature Probe Warming Drawer (3 Levels) Grate Indicator Marks Healthy Cook Options Convenience Auto Oven Light Sabbath Mode Delay Start Auto Shut-Off Option Child Safety Lock Self Clean 3 Favorite Cook Presets 4 Healthy Cook Presets 3 Chrome Oven Racks, including 1 Split Rack
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This is an absolutely terrific gas range. I have used the range many times now and the oven a few times. The range providers superb control over the flame height in all of the burners. I cannot comment on the middle burner yet as I have not had the opportunity to use it.
I used the "Roast" setting to roast some cauliflower (coated with a sauce I made) which came out absolutely perfect. It was still rather juicy and not dry at all. I was able to trust that my food was being cooked with the proper consistency.
I was a bit concerned that the interface would be a bit gimmicky. I have (thankfully) been proven wrong. It is built as a solid glass panel interface that is very easy to clean.
Overall, this range's ability to deliver a consistent distribution and height of flame along with the oven's consistency with how it cooks food on particular settings makes it one of the most delightful ranges I've ever had the pleasure of cooking on.
Ran it's first self clean cycle (we rarely use the oven itself), and the display won't turn on. Repair on it's way for about $100 bucks. Either don't use self clean, or budget $100 every time you do. It's unacceptable that it's designed with a feature the damages it.
Also, the stainless isn't restaurant quality stainless. I forgot to mention that in my original review, but it's something to consider. It's thinner and scratches more easily. The manual instructs you to clean with an "Approved stainless steel cleaner", which means clean it with oil essentially. It's not really practical to clean burned on food with oil, and sometimes you just have to get out a green scrubby and some barkeepers friend. I do have minor-moderate scratches from doing so, but I just use it on the range top and don't use anything abrasive outside of that. Performance is still excellent, but the self cleaning defect is a bummer. The only issue I've had with it is the front right burner can sometimes be finicky to light, but it doesn't bother me enough to get it fixed.
Granted, we've only had this installed a few days, but I love this thing. In my past career, I was a professional chef in elite restaurants, so I have certain expectations with ranges. My house had a Wolf DF304 which I love, but then I rented that out and moved in with my fiance. She had an electric coil stove. It was doable, but that's all it was. After much research, and flat out refusal to buy a Wolf, I settled on this for dimension and BTU reasons. The burners are great. They light quickly, they're powerful, and the grates are nice and heavy. Not as heavy duty as a Wolf, but heavy enough. Half the price for a Wolf is just for the name anyway. Even at $7,000, it doesn't compare to even a low end restaurant range. We ended up getting this one at Best Buy for $1,812 out the door with sales and a coupon. The burners are more adjustable than another reviewer has mentioned, and it looks great.
Those are the pros. The three cons I've noticed thus far and why I've docked it a star are the following:
- Middle burner isn't a screamer. I let the grill portion heat up for at least 15 minutes on high and some meat barely sizzled when I applied it. It seems more like a quesadilla grill/griddle than a screaming meat griddle. I'm ok with that though as I prefer charcoal anyway.
- The LCD screen. It's gorgeous, but it's right in the line of fire for grease. It would be nice if it folded up. I worry about scratching in the future as I wipe down ranges immediately after use, and that could add to some wear.
- The top of the range is stainless. This is beautiful when clean, but it's always dirty. I'm worried about using barkeeper's on it to clean it as I assume it would scratch it. Stainless is definitely prettier, but black would have been more functional.
Having said that, I would buy this range again. I might just be excited because I'm back to gas after almost a year of electric coil, but I would even consider replacing my Wolf with it if it came down to that.
Samsung denies that there is "any defect" although they admit there are a lot of requests for replacement knobs. Seriously?! Once the knobs crack, it's virtually impossible to control the gas as the metal insert spins around inside. Keep a pair of pliers handy to turn off the gas once all of your knobs crack and you want to cook or turn off your gas.
Samsung Customer Service is a literal joke. They're argumentative, long hold times, switching from one department to the next, etc. Good luck with product support, as well.
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