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If you’re looking for fast, even and efficient stovetop cooking, then an induction range is your best bet for culinary success. Induction cooktops are different than their similar-looking counterparts, smooth-top electric ranges. While an electric range uses electricity to turn up a heating element, induction ranges rely on electromagnetic energy to transfer heat.
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Best Overall: Frigidaire Freestanding Induction Range w/True Convection Oven
Frigidaire delivers an impressive induction range at an affordable price point, making this 30” appliance our best overall value. The induction cooktop features five elements, including a warming element. The 5.4 cubic feet of oven space gives you space to make multiple dishes at once – and convection technology to make sure everything cooks evenly.
This Frigidaire induction range is a great value for home cooks that want to experience the speed of induction cooking, and also value convection capability. You gain both features at a price that is hard to beat for a range with this power. The induction cooktop will boil water in less than two minutes and users report that the Power Booster mode will speed the cooking process along even faster. When it comes to the convection oven, you’ll get a food temperature probe to ensure doneness and a hidden bake element to reduce hard-to-clean oven messes.
This induction range is part of Frigidaire’s Gallery series, which gives it a streamlined appearance and a smudge-free stainless steel exterior. Many happy purchasers also enjoy the look of the knobs located at the rear of the range, since it evokes a gas cooktop feel.
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Best for Cooks in a Hurry: KitchenAid 30” Double Oven w/Induction Range
All of the induction ranges on our list are paired with a generous size oven, but this 30” induction range from KitchenAid has two ovens totaling 6.7 cubic feet to help you cook up tasty meals even more efficiently. The lower oven features convection cooking, paired with a standard upper oven.
Many home chefs are seeking out an induction range for its fast, efficient cooking times. Adding a double oven to the range gives you more flexibility to prepare multiple dishes that require different cooking temperatures. Simmer your sauce on top of the induction range, while your main course and sides bake in individual ovens at their respective temperatures.
This KitchenAid induction range with double ovens is highly praised for its ability to quickly bring whatever you’re cooking or baking up to temperature. Busy cooks will find this to be a real timesaver. Choose this model of induction range if you want to cook large meals while saving time and effort.
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Runner Up, Best Slide-In: Samsung Slide-In Induction Range with Virtual Flame
This Samsung Induction Range is our second choice for a slide-in range that will offer you a high-end look combined with an induction cooktop. This particular model offers the look of a gas range, with knobs along the front edge to control the elements. Users love the high-end look that these knobs and the slide-in design accomplishes. This makes the Samsung Induction Range a great choice for a home cook looking for a gourmet kitchen at a mid-range price.
Unlike our top pick for a slide-in induction range, the Samsung range only features four burners and omits the fifth warmer burner. However, this four-burner cooktop features virtual flames that emanate blue when a burner is in use. This can be a valuable indicator that the cooktop is on – since a standard induction cooktop typically has no visible signs when it is active.
Centered in between the knobs is a digital control panel for the oven. The 5.8 cubic feet available in the oven is plenty of room to cook a variety of dishes. It also features convection cooking technology – rounding out the suite of options available in this smart-looking slide-in range.
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Best for Large-Capacity Cooking: KitchenAid 7.1 cu. ft. Induction Range
If cooking for a crowd is the name of your game, then this KitchenAid slide-in induction range is the model for you. With a whopping 7.1 cubic feet of oven space, this range is meant to feed a crowd – or easily make a week’s worth of meals. With a price tag landing it in the mid-to-upper range of induction ranges, you’ll pay a little more for the extra space – but it’s worth it if you’ll use it!
The induction cooktop features four cooking elements, but can also create a giant heating element by connecting two 7” elements into one. If you have a larger induction-compatible pot or skillet, this supersize element will deliver consistent, even heat to make your dishes sizzle. This is a unique feature setting this induction range apart from other models on the market.
Moving down to the oven, you’ll notice the giant space with plenty of room to roast a turkey, bake cakes or cook up a casserole. The 7.1 cubic feet of space is more than any other induction range on this list, so you won’t have a problem fitting your feast inside. Choose this KitchenAid induction range if you don’t want to worry about running out of oven space or having a cooktop element that is too small.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Best for Smart Cooking: GE Cafe 5.6-cu ft Slide-In Induction Range
For home technology so good you can almost taste it, invest in an induction range equipped with WiFI – like this slide-in model from GE Café.
Featuring the upscale styling and instant charm you’d expect from GE’s premier line-up in the appliance game, this induction range will turn heads in your kitchen. But it will also turn on your over-the-range vent fan and light, if you have compatible options installed. GE calls it the Chef Connect feature, and it can make your kitchen come alive as you sizzle and sauté your way to dinner. Don’t worry about touching the controls for your vent fan or light with sticky fingers ever again. Just pair a compatible GE Chef Connect microwave hood with your induction range, and the two devices will take it from there.
Adding to the smarts of the GE Café Slide-In Induction Range is the ability to control the range from your smartphone. Turn the oven on using the GE app to get dinner going while you’re helping the kids with homework or prepping for a dinner party. While you can’t turn on the stovetop from the app, the induction range isn’t left in the dust when it comes to power or performance. An 11-inch element with 3700-watts of power can boil water in 101 seconds – making the GE Café Slide-In Induction Range smart and powerful.
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Best High-End: Bosch 800 Series 4.6-cu ft Slide-In Induction Range
For a high-end range with European styling, look to the Bosch 800 Series Slide-In Induction Range.
The Bosch 800 Series is a gourmet cook’s best friend. The surface of this induction range is filled with 4 elements. While a fifth warming element is missing, the other features of this high-end induction range more than make up for the oversight. The cooktop is equipped with an Autochef function that regulates temperature during high-temperature activities, like frying and sautéing. And similar to several other induction ranges, the cooktop has a power boil mode to heat water faster than electric or gas ranges.
In the 4.6 cubic foot oven, there is a true European convection mechanism. In addition, the oven features a set of 11 gourmet cooking modes that will give any home chef a helping hand. Cook up a perfectly crisp pizza, bake a golden pie, or proof bread dough - there are special oven modes for all that and more. If you love gourmet cooking and want the efficiency and great looks of an induction range, the Bosch 800 Series Induction Range is a perfect match.