These ovens are big, good looking and work well. Cook evenly and have all the best features. Anyone would love them, but especially someone sho loves to cook.
The Cosmo Dual Fuel Range was delivered to my front door well packaged with no damaged. The Range requires minor assembly (adding the legs - which allows you to level it in place) and we hooked up the gas and electric! The burners are amazing! The stove top is simple to clean. I am an avid baker and the convection oven changed my life. I am back to baking bread weekly. I am elated with my decision to purchase this appliance online.
I've had this range now for a month. Don't think I'd buy again. Cons: The ignition turns on and off all by it self. There for we must keep un plugged. Service department is lacking. Been 3 weeks and still no schedule on a repair. I've called the consistently every 2/3 days. There excuse is they can't find a contractor to come repair. We are in the Miami area so plenty of appliance repairs are abound. Still no repair schedule. Top of the stainless steel scratches real easy so be careful. No oven temp gage. Pros: Looks impressive and professional. Flames are consistent burns. Oven heats up fast and cooks even so far we only used oven 2xs. Reasonable price for a 36'' gas range. Overall if you can deal with the cons it's a good buy. If you have the extra 1500 to spend, I'm thinking there are better options.
I'm happy with the purchase so far, we have used this range extensively since we got it installed in our new home. The burners put out a great amount of heat and are easily adjustable to offer a large variety of cooking temperatures. The oven temp is awesome and the convection fans works very well. Roasting chicken, prime rib and even puff pancakes has been great. The broiler works very well and puts out a consistent level of heat over a large surface area. The only reason I won't give this range 5 stars is because of the griddle. The heat is great and the surface is nice, but on the sides of the griddle where it meets up with the stove top, the griddle is not welded so grease goes into the crack off to who knows where. I have even considered filling the gap with high temp solder but I'm not sure what will work best. I would be interested to know if anyone else has this problem. Cooking pancakes and hash browns has been a struggle but that is because the seasoning has not yet built up enough to make it non-stick. If I could redo the purchase I would buy a 6 burner unit and purchase a cast iron griddle to go over the middle or side burners.
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