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Just bought the LG Range

Posted by BravoDesign (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 15, 13 at 14:10

Just bought this LG electric slide-in/free standing Range.

http://www.lg.com/ca_en/wall-ovens-ranges/lg-LSE3090ST

Does anyone have the same one? It's the one with convection but no warmer drawer (I didn't want nor have use for warmer drawer - def. not worth an extra grand).

Are you happy with it?


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RE: Just bought the LG Range

How about hitting the edit button and putting the url in the link provided?


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RE: Just bought the LG Range

Maybe ask if people are happy with it before buying?


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RE: Just bought the LG Range

Most people who are limited to electric MUCH prefer induction cooking rather than the old fashioned radiant. It's a more efficient use of energy as the heat is transferred directly to the pan. It also has the instantaneous response that people love about gas, but doesn't put 60% of the heat produced into the room like gas does. It wins on all counts but being a cheap choice.


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RE: Just bought the LG Range

>>>" It wins on all counts but being a cheap choice"<<<

Unfortunately true when looking for a slide-in as the OP is. Probably even more expensive in Canada where the OP is buying that LG slide-in.

Of course, that LG slide-in is not inexpensive --- I'm guessing $1700 to $2000 -- but the two least expensive induction slide-ins are the GE and Kenmore (a re-badged Electrolux) which currently seem to be running around $2800 to $2900. Sales and promotional pricing can sometimes take them down around $2400, if you can wait and have the budget. And, of course, there will be the Canadian sales taxes, too, which apparently adds to the cost.

The LG seems like a newish product, so BravoDesign may have to write the first review.


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