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Help me decide: Kitchen Aid Architect vs Samsung, LG and Whirlpoo

Posted by sssiwek (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 24, 13 at 10:50

Hi! After pining for a GE Cafe dual fuel for a year I've decided the budget can't stand that much "good" and want to do something less pricey (under $2K) but still highly functional. Considering 5 burner gas ranges with warming drawers and a "power burner." Can't find a single review on the Kitchen Aid KGRS308BSS (with slow cook warming drawer) but am leaning toward it b/c like the idea of slow cooking in it but still getting a powerful set of burners at 18K/15K/ 9.5K/ 8K/ 5K simmer. Other options are Samsung FX710BGS with "warming only drawer" and same burners btus. Or, the LG LRG3093SB with burners 19K/12K/9.1K/8K/5K. Or, the Whirl pool WFG720H0AS 17K/15K/9.5K/8K/5K. Any thoughts or feedback for me? I ruled out the GE Profile P2B930SETSS on price -- it's $2.5K and I can get the GE Dual fuel for that, too...


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