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what are good points in blue star range?

Posted by yugoslava (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 3, 13 at 13:16

I'm considering buying Blue Star 30" stove. Never heard of it until few days ago. Is it stainless steel? How satisfied are you with the oven. Easy to clean or not. Does it have any special features? Looking forward to your input.

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RE: what are good points in blue star range?

There is a lot written. The search is a little hard to find at the bottom of the page. Here is a link.

Here is a link that might be useful: BlueStar threads

RE: what are good points in blue star range?

These are the basic model Bluestar ranges etc. available if you live in the delivery areas of 36 is the best value.
Not usually available or sold in their stores in Canada.
Range is very heavy and should be equipped with a range hood.
If you are interested in the more powerful Bluestar ranges, they can sometimes be found at dealers listed on their web site,

Here is a link that might be useful: Gas ranges

RE: what are good points in blue star range?

Hi laat2. Costco in Toronto sells Blue Star. Both 30" and 36". I don't need 36". 30" suits me. I'd like to know about their ovens. How well they bake and roast. People who use Blue Star are pleased with how well it cooks. I have read some complaints but they seem minor.

RE: what are good points in blue star range?

I have the 30 inch RNB and the oven works pretty well. The full extension rack is great to use. The boiler is a little small but very intense. The oven is bigger than many 30 inch ovens but a little less insulation on the door so it gives off a little more heat. Many are attracted to the BlueStar due to the high-powered open burners and very little in the way of electronics.

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