10 best cheap gas stoves

To select the nom­i­nees, we took into account not only the price, brand and func­tion­al­i­ty, but also how the stoves behave in real-life con­di­tions, where their weak­ness­es and advan­tages were iden­ti­fied. The review did not include cheap low-qual­i­ty goods, as well as gas stoves from unknown man­u­fac­tur­ers or brands with a dubi­ous rep­u­ta­tion.

Addi­tion­al infor­ma­tion for com­pil­ing the rat­ing was tak­en from var­i­ous open sources — review sites, forums, mar­ket­places, man­u­fac­tur­ers’ web­sites and oth­er avail­able online resources.

10 best cheap gas stoves

The best cheap gas stoves with a size of 60x60 cm

In the cat­e­go­ry of the cheap­est full-size gas stoves, we select­ed three mod­els from Russ­ian and Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­ers. In addi­tion to low cost, each nom­i­nee has its own dis­tinc­tive fea­tures and advan­tages that allow them to com­pare favor­ably with com­peti­tors. The cost of equip­ment does not exceed 18 thou­sand rubles.

DARINA C 1001W

Rat­ing: 4.7


DARINA C 1001W

We start our review with a Russ­ian-made DARINA C 1001W stove. The oven comes with a two-year fac­to­ry war­ran­ty. The mod­el is made in a clas­sic design and is avail­able only in white.

The con­trol of the stove is as sim­ple as pos­si­ble. There are 5 rotary knobs on the front pan­el. Of these, four are respon­si­ble for the burn­ers, and the fifth sup­plies gas to the oven. There is no back­light and elec­tric igni­tion, but there is a gas con­trol sen­sor in the oven.

Instead of a cov­er, a small shield is screwed to the back wall of the stove, which will pro­tect the wall from high tem­per­a­tures, grease and oth­er con­t­a­m­i­nants.

The stove enjoys great con­fi­dence among con­sumers, as evi­denced by the pres­ti­gious “cus­tomer’s choice” mark and a rat­ing of 4.7 points on the Yandex.Market mar­ket­place. The own­ers of the equip­ment note the styl­ish design of the stove, the sim­ple but reli­able design and the good qual­i­ty of the oven. There are few short­com­ings — there is no elec­tric igni­tion and a full-fledged cov­er.

We rec­om­mend the DARINA C 1001W for its sim­ple but robust design and the absence of expen­sive addi­tion­al options.

Advantages

  • One of the cheap­est full size cook­ers.
  • “Gas con­trol” in the oven.
  • Styl­ish design.

Flaws

  • No elec­tri­cal igni­tion.
  • Lack of light­ing in the oven.

GEFEST 1200C7 K8

Rat­ing: 4.8


GEFEST 1200C7 K8

The next mod­el in our review is the GEFEST 1200C7 K8 stove from the famous Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­er of house­hold appli­ances. The offi­cial war­ran­ty is 24 months.

The stove is made in white col­or and has a mod­ern design, so it will per­fect­ly fit into almost any kitchen inte­ri­or.

The work­ing sur­face is equipped with four gas burn­ers of dif­fer­ent pow­er. Two enam­eled grids pro­vide a sta­ble posi­tion for dish­es with dif­fer­ent bot­tom diam­e­ters. If nec­es­sary, the stove is closed with a full-size lid.

On the con­trol pan­el there are 5 rotary knobs that are respon­si­ble for sup­ply­ing gas to the burn­ers of the hob and oven. The oven doors are made of dou­ble tem­pered glass, which guar­an­tees their high tem­per­a­ture resis­tance and also pro­vides good ther­mal insu­la­tion. At the top of the door is a ther­mome­ter, thanks to which you can visu­al­ly mon­i­tor the cur­rent tem­per­a­ture inside the cham­ber.

Despite the low cost, the stove received a good pack­age — a small alu­minum deco, an enam­eled bak­ing sheet and a grate.

The advan­tages of the mod­el are a sim­ple but reli­able design, a large work­ing sur­face and good equip­ment. The dis­ad­van­tages of the stove are the lack of elec­tric igni­tion and light­ing in the oven.

The low price, high-qual­i­ty assem­bly and con­ve­nient con­trol allowed the GEFEST 1200C7 K8 stove to become one of the best among ana­logues from oth­er man­u­fac­tur­ers.

Advantages

  • Sim­ple and reli­able design.
  • Con­ve­nient man­age­ment.
  • Good equip­ment.
  • Ther­mome­ter on the oven door.

Flaws

  • No elec­tri­cal igni­tion.
  • No oven light.

GEFEST 1200 C6 K33

Rat­ing: 4.9


GEFEST 1200 C6 K33

This cat­e­go­ry is com­plet­ed by anoth­er plate from the Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­er — GEFEST 1200 C6 K33. In fact, this mod­el is a mod­i­fi­ca­tion of the pre­vi­ous plate. Both mod­i­fi­ca­tions prac­ti­cal­ly do not dif­fer in appear­ance and have the same equip­ment.

A dis­tinc­tive fea­ture of the GEFEST 1200 C6 K33 stove is the pres­ence of elec­tric igni­tion of the burn­ers and the illu­mi­na­tion of the oven.

The own­ers of the equip­ment speak pos­i­tive­ly about the build qual­i­ty of the stove and the good func­tion­al­i­ty of the burn­ers and the oven. Among the short­com­ings, some con­sumers note an incon­ve­nient­ly locat­ed elec­tric igni­tion but­ton and the absence of a gas con­trol sys­tem.

We rec­om­mend GEFEST 1200 C6 K33 to all users who want to pur­chase a high-qual­i­ty stove with all the nec­es­sary func­tion­al­i­ty and with­out expen­sive options.

Advantages

  • Elec­tric igni­tion burn­ers.
  • Oven light­ing.

Flaws

  • Lack of a “gas-con­trol” sys­tem on the burn­ers.
  • The elec­tric igni­tion but­ton is not very con­ve­nient­ly locat­ed (accord­ing to con­sumer reviews).

The best cheap narrow gas stoves with a size of 50–55x60 cm

This cat­e­go­ry includes three plates of Russ­ian pro­duc­tion. All mod­els have the pres­ti­gious “Cus­tomer’s Choice” mark on the Yandex.Market por­tal, which indi­cates con­sumer con­fi­dence in prod­ucts, as well as high prod­uct qual­i­ty.

Lysva GP 300 MS ST-2u

Rat­ing: 4.7


Lysva GP 300 MS ST-2u

The first mod­el in this cat­e­go­ry is the Lys­va GP 300 MS ST-2u from one of the most famous Russ­ian man­u­fac­tur­ers of gas and elec­tric stoves, as well as built-in appli­ances. The plate is assem­bled in Lys­va (Perm Ter­ri­to­ry) and it is cov­ered by a one-year war­ran­ty from the fac­to­ry.

One of the fea­tures of the mod­el is the pres­ence of three gas burn­ers in the work­ing area. The fourth burn­er zone (rear right) can be used as a sup­port for large-sized dish­es with a large bot­tom diam­e­ter.

The stove is avail­able in two col­ors — white and black enam­eled steel.

There are 4 rotary knobs on the con­trol pan­el, which are respon­si­ble for sup­ply­ing gas to the burn­ers of the stove and oven. The oven burn­er is equipped with a gas con­trol sys­tem sen­sor that will shut off the gas in the event of a flame fail­ure. On the glass of the oven at the top there is a ther­mome­ter for visu­al mon­i­tor­ing of the degree of heat­ing inside the oven.

Among the advan­tages of the plate, it is worth not­ing the most sim­ple and reli­able design. The dis­ad­van­tages of the mod­el are stan­dard, typ­i­cal for all stoves of this class — this is incom­plete tech­ni­cal equip­ment (lack of elec­tric igni­tion, no back­light, etc.).

Due to the spe­cial con­fig­u­ra­tion of the burn­ers and the sim­plest pos­si­ble design, the Lys­va GP 300 MS ST-2u gas stove occu­pies one of the lead­ing posi­tions in our rat­ing and in its prod­uct group.

Advantages

  • Sim­ple reli­able design.
  • Place for large dish­es on the hob.
  • Ther­mome­ter on the oven door.

Flaws

  • There is no light in the oven.
  • There is no pos­si­bil­i­ty of adjust­ing the legs (accord­ing to con­sumer reviews).

Flama RG24011‑W

Rat­ing: 4.8


Flama RG24011-W

The review con­tin­ues with the Fla­ma RG24011‑W gas stove from a Russ­ian man­u­fac­tur­er. The equip­ment is pro­duced at the com­pa­ny’s own enter­prise in the Krasnodar Ter­ri­to­ry and is cov­ered by an offi­cial 12-month war­ran­ty.

The mod­el is made in white col­or and has a clas­sic design that is suit­able for any kitchen. Upstairs are four gas burn­ers of dif­fer­ent sizes and capac­i­ties. The vol­ume of the oven is 50 liters. The con­trol pan­el is clas­sic — five rotary knobs for sup­ply­ing and shut­ting off gas to the burn­ers and oven.

The stove does not have a lid; instead, a visor is screwed to the back of the case, which pro­tects the kitchen apron from expo­sure to flame and var­i­ous con­t­a­m­i­nants.

The own­ers of the stove note the good qual­i­ty of bak­ing in the oven, as well as the bud­get price of the equip­ment. Among the short­com­ings is the lack of a full-size lid, elec­tric igni­tion and oven light­ing.

We rec­om­mend the Fla­ma RG24011‑W gas stove to those con­sumers who want to get high-qual­i­ty assem­bly appli­ances with­out unnec­es­sary fea­tures at a bar­gain price.

Advantages

  • Price.
  • Build qual­i­ty.

Flaws

  • Weak tech­ni­cal equip­ment.

Flama FG 24227 W

Rat­ing: 4.9


Flama FG 24227 W

The review of nar­row gas stoves mea­sur­ing 50x60 cm is com­plet­ed by anoth­er mod­el from the Russ­ian man­u­fac­tur­er Fla­ma FG 24227 W.

Appli­ances are avail­able in black and white, which allows you to choose the best option for a par­tic­u­lar kitchen inte­ri­or.

Among the fea­tures of the stove, it is worth not­ing the pres­ence of cast-iron hold­ers for dish­es. Unlike met­al enam­elled grat­ings, cast iron has increased strength, does not burn or deform under the influ­ence of high tem­per­a­tures.

On the front pan­el there are 5 gas reg­u­la­tors for the burn­ers of the hob and oven. There are two but­tons on the left — one is respon­si­ble for the elec­tric igni­tion of the burn­ers, and the sec­ond is for the back­light of the oven. At the bot­tom there is a com­part­ment for stor­ing kitchen uten­sils.

The advan­tages of the stove are cast-iron grates, elec­tric igni­tion and oven light­ing. No crit­i­cal flaws were found, giv­en the price cat­e­go­ry of the equip­ment.

The Fla­ma FG 24227 W stove occu­pies one of the lead­ing posi­tions among com­peti­tors in terms of the ratio between func­tion­al­i­ty, equip­ment and cost and is one of the lead­ers in our rat­ing.

Advantages

  • Hold­ers for uten­sils made of cast iron.
  • Elec­tric igni­tion.
  • Oven light­ing.

Flaws

  • There is no “gas con­trol” of burn­ers.

The best cheap compact gas stoves with a size of 50x50 cm and smaller

This is the most pop­u­lar cat­e­go­ry in which there is the largest num­ber of cheap gas stoves. We select­ed 4 mod­els from the best domes­tic and for­eign man­u­fac­tur­ers, while the cost of a sin­gle piece of equip­ment does not exceed 12 thou­sand rubles.

Each of the plates has fea­tures and advan­tages that make them the best in their prod­uct group.

DARINA 1AS GM521 001 W

Rat­ing: 4.7


DARINA 1AS GM521 001 W

Our cat­e­go­ry is opened by one of the most com­pact stoves on the domes­tic mar­ket from a Russ­ian man­u­fac­tur­er — DARINA 1AS GM521 001 W. The equip­ment is man­u­fac­tured by the Gazprom House­hold Sys­tems con­cern, the offi­cial war­ran­ty is 1 year.

A dis­tinc­tive fea­ture of the mod­el is the pres­ence of two burn­ers instead of the stan­dard four. Thanks to this, the depth of the plate is only 41 cm, which allows it to be installed even in the small­est kitchens. Case height stan­dard (85 cm), width 50 cm.

As prac­tice shows, the aver­age fam­i­ly does not use more than two burn­ers at the same time, so this stove con­fig­u­ra­tion has become wide­spread. There are three knobs on the con­trol pan­el — two of them reg­u­late the gas sup­ply to the burn­ers, and one to the oven.

The gas oven has a vol­ume of 45 liters. Inside there are stamped guides on 4 lev­els. The set includes a grill and an enam­eled bak­ing sheet. The oven is equipped with a gas con­trol sys­tem that will auto­mat­i­cal­ly stop the gas sup­ply when the flame goes out.

The advan­tages of the mod­el include a non-stan­dard two-burn­er con­fig­u­ra­tion and com­pact dimen­sions, and among the dis­ad­van­tages it is worth not­ing the lack of elec­tric igni­tion and gas con­trol of the sur­face.

Small dimen­sions, sim­ple but reli­able design and low price allow the DARINA 1AS GM521 001 W stove to take a spe­cial place in its mod­el range and in our rat­ing.

Advantages

  • Com­pact dimen­sions.
  • Oven gas con­trol sys­tem.

Flaws

  • There is no elec­tric igni­tion.
  • There are no “gas-con­trol” sen­sors on the burn­ers.

De Luxe 5040.38G (Sch)

Rat­ing: 4.7


De Luxe 5040.38G (Sch)

The next posi­tion in our review is De Luxe 5040.38G (Sch) from a Russ­ian man­u­fac­tur­er cook­ers and stor­age water heaters. Domes­tic assem­bly, 12 months war­ran­ty.

This is a clas­sic gas stove with com­pact dimen­sions in the stan­dard 50x50 cm. The mod­el is avail­able in white and black, which allows you to choose the best option for your kitchen design.

On the work­ing pan­el there are 4 gas burn­ers of dif­fer­ent pow­er. Grids are enam­elled, easy to clean from grease and oth­er con­t­a­m­i­nants.

The stove is con­trolled using five stan­dard rotary han­dles. On the oven con­trol knob there is a scale, thanks to which you can select the appro­pri­ate burn­er pow­er lev­el. The oven is equipped with a gas con­trol sys­tem.

One of the fea­tures of the mod­el is that there is a draw­er for kitchen uten­sils under the oven.

The own­ers of the stove attribute the cost, com­pact size and the pres­ence of a com­part­ment for dish­es to the advan­tages. Among the short­com­ings are the incon­ve­nient man­u­al igni­tion of the oven and the lack of a full-fledged lid.

We rec­om­mend the De Luxe 5040.38G (Sch) stove to all users who want to buy a small stove and do not want to over­pay for var­i­ous addi­tion­al func­tions.

Advantages

  • Oven with gas con­trol func­tion.
  • At the bot­tom there is a draw­er for kitchen uten­sils.

Flaws

  • There is no full cov­er.
  • There is no back­light.
  • Incon­ve­nient man­u­al igni­tion of the oven.

CEZARIS PGE 1000-03

Rat­ing: 4.8


CEZARIS PGE 1000-03

Our review con­tin­ues with the CEZARIS PGE 1000-03 stove from a Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­er. The equip­ment is pro­duced in Belarus and is avail­able only in their domes­tic mar­ket, as well as in Rus­sia. The oven has a 24 month war­ran­ty.

The mod­el is unique in that it belongs to the cat­e­go­ry of com­bined stoves, in which the work­ing sur­face is gas and the oven is elec­tric. An elec­tric oven pro­vides uni­form cook­ing, it is safe to use and is con­sid­ered more prac­ti­cal than a gas coun­ter­part. The total pow­er of the upper and low­er heat­ing ele­ment is 1300 W, so the stove can be con­nect­ed to a reg­u­lar house­hold out­let. The pres­ence of a built-in ther­mo­stat allows you to main­tain a giv­en lev­el of heat­ing inside the oven.

The but­ton for elec­tric igni­tion of gas burn­ers is sep­a­rate­ly dis­played on the front pan­el, which is very con­ve­nient.

Users attribute the pres­ence of elec­tric igni­tion of the burn­ers, as well as an elec­tric oven with a ther­mo­stat, to the advan­tages of the stove. Dis­ad­van­tages — no back­light and no gas con­trol sys­tem on the burn­ers.

Due to the com­bined design with an elec­tric oven, the CEZARIS PGE 1000-03 gas stove is ahead of its com­peti­tors in terms of cook­ing qual­i­ty and func­tion­al­i­ty, which allows it to occu­py a lead­ing posi­tion in its price group.

Advantages

  • Elec­tric oven.
  • Ther­mo­stat.
  • Elec­tric igni­tion burn­ers.

Flaws

  • There is no light in the oven.
  • There is no gas con­trol sys­tem.

GEFEST 3200–06 K85

Rat­ing: 4.9


GEFEST 3200-06 K85

Our review is com­plet­ed by anoth­er Belaru­sian stove GEFEST 3200–06 K85. The mod­el is made in a stan­dard form fac­tor in the size of 85x50x50 cm.

The stove is com­plete­ly gas, on the work­ing sur­face there are 4 burn­ers of dif­fer­ent capac­i­ties. Elec­tric igni­tion burn­ers dis­played on a sep­a­rate but­ton. The oven must be ignit­ed man­u­al­ly. Inside the work­ing cham­ber with a vol­ume of 42 liters, a back­light and a gas con­trol sys­tem are installed.

One of the advan­tages of the mod­el is a good pack­age. Inside the oven there is a flat alu­minum deco, a rack and a deep enam­elled bak­ing sheet. There is a ther­mome­ter on the top of the oven door, thanks to which you can visu­al­ly mon­i­tor the tem­per­a­ture inside the cham­ber.

There is a draw­er for dish­es under the oven.

The GEFEST 3200–06 K85 slab received the “Cus­tomer’s Choice” mark on the Yandex.Market web­site, which indi­cates a high lev­el of con­sumer con­fi­dence. Prod­uct advan­tages — oven light, ther­mome­ter, com­pact size. Dis­ad­van­tages — instead of a cov­er, a small wall visor.

We rec­om­mend the GEFEST 3200–06 K85 stove to all users who want to buy an inex­pen­sive stove from a Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­er, which is known for its high qual­i­ty and reli­a­bil­i­ty.

Advantages

  • Good equip­ment.
  • Illu­mi­nat­ed oven.
  • There is an elec­tric burn­er igni­tion.

Flaws

  • The oven is ignit­ed man­u­al­ly.
  • Instead of a lid — a small visor.


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