Summary: The circuit board the controls the cooktop fried out after less than 2 years. The replacement part costs over $600, not including installation- and it's sold out right now- which suggests to me that this is not an isolated problem. I would not buy again. .
Very satisfied! Fast, efficient, top is cool, easy to clean
30 April 2013
Summary: I am very happy with this range. It's still very young as we have had it only a month. I had decided on induction after learning that other smooth top electrics were: hard to clean due to baked on spills, slow to heat up, cycled to maintain heat, had extreme surface heat and took forever to cool down. So, I decided on induction. I looked at all the models out there: Samsung, Maytag, Electrolux, Kenmore, Whirlpool. I found a lot of reviews and help on Garden web as well.
Summary: I ordered my range online and it came on time without a single ding or problem! I am very happy with my purchase! Working great, and the salesperson that assisted me, Jacob D. was very helpful, very professional, and very thorough. He assisted me through the entire process, and I would like him to get KUDOS for his assistance. The range does everything that I want it to and expected it to do!
Summary: My wife wanted the Electrolux version of the induction range. She loved the easy roll out oven shelves, but there was no way I could justify the price difference. So I ordered this online without her knowledge. She cried when it arrived. BUT NOW, she and I both love it. A few items: 1. You can cook at the stove without sweating. The response time - both on and off - is amazing. 2.
Summary: THIS RANGE IS EVERYTHING IT CLAIMS TO BE AND MORE. IT COOKS FASTER ON MUCH LOWER TEMPERATURES. HEATS WATER AS FAST AS THE TV AD CLAIMS. ONE OF THE THINGS I LIKE THE BEST IS THE IMMEDIATE CHANGE IN TEMPERTURE WHEN YOU TURN IT DOWN. IT WORKS LIKE GAS WITH THE CONVENIENCE OF THE ELECTRIC GLASS COOKTOP. I AM SINCERELY LOVING IT AND RECOMMED INDUCTION COOKING. BE CAREFUL WHEN PURCHASING COOKWARE THOUGH.
Summary: There are two induction elements on this stove, powering the four cooking zones, despite the product description implication that there are more. If you need four induction elements for fine control of every heating element's energy output, please consider the GE at twice the price.
Summary: I've heard lots of criticism about induction models. But consider owning an electric over with the control of a gas stove, and you've got this Frigidare. Worth every penny, and received quick delivery to Las Vegas. After inspecting the package per AJ Madison's instructions, signed for it and set it up. Be warned--you need to install the $19.00 plug, but this is not difficult. You also need stainless steel pans to use the stove, it works by magnetism.