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The best electric cookers

Beko FSM 69300 GXT

Rat­ing: 4.9

Beko FSM 69300 GXT

This stove was designed for kitchens with mod­ern inte­ri­ors in dark col­ors. It is in such a room that the device will not stand out. How­ev­er, in any case, your guests will turn their atten­tion to it, because so far such plates are rel­a­tive­ly rare in the apart­ments of Rus­sians. And it’s not even about the case, which is par­tial­ly made of stain­less steel. There are no usu­al “pan­cakes” on the work­ing sur­face of this mod­el. Instead, much more prac­ti­cal and easy-to-clean induc­tion glass-ceram­ics are used. The heat­ing zones on it are marked with cir­cles. And you can imme­di­ate­ly notice that they have a dif­fer­ent diam­e­ter.

For con­trol, recessed switch­es are used here. With them, you can not be afraid that the child will acci­den­tal­ly turn on the device. Also on the cor­re­spond­ing pan­el you can see the timer dis­play. This means that the stove allows from time to time to be dis­tract­ed from cook­ing. As for the four heat­ing zones, they are sup­ple­ment­ed by resid­ual heat indi­ca­tors. There­fore, you will always know whether it is worth touch­ing them now, for exam­ple, to wipe them with a cloth.

Since this is a full-fledged kitchen stove, there is an oven. In this case, it is elec­tri­cal. I am glad that it is sup­ple­ment­ed with a grill, thanks to which you can cook a deli­cious bird. The vol­ume of the oven is 65 liters, inside there is a back­light. The buy­er can only com­plain about tra­di­tion­al clean­ing. In such an expen­sive stove, I would like to see some kind of sim­pli­fi­ca­tion of this process.

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, this mod­el also has a draw­back. It was well described by a cer­tain Shulgin, who did it in the Ozon online store: “The stove is good, there is a duty cycle (for this price it’s not sur­pris­ing). The met­al is thin — the plate walks a lit­tle.

Advantages

  • An induc­tion work sur­face is used;
  • Spa­cious elec­tric oven;
  • There is a timer for each burn­er;
  • There is a grill in the oven;
  • Cute design;
  • Con­ve­nient man­age­ment;
  • There is a draw­er for dish­es;
  • The oven can heat up from dif­fer­ent direc­tions.

Flaws

  • High price;
  • Too thin met­al is used.

Also Read: 6 Best Hansa Cook­ers

Electrolux EK 954901 X

Rat­ing: 4.9

Electrolux EK 954901 X

A won­der­ful elec­tric stove that will dec­o­rate any kitchen. Its body is made of durable mate­ri­als, and the famil­iar mechan­i­cal switch­es are found on the con­trol pan­el. Also, the device received a timer, thanks to which you can not be afraid to be dis­tract­ed from the prepa­ra­tion of a com­plex dish. You can’t help but pay atten­tion to the 50-cen­time­ter width of the stove — there­fore, this is the best choice for an apart­ment with a small kitchen!

At the top of the Elec­trolux EK 954901 X is a glass-ceram­ic work sur­face. As you know, it has a num­ber of unde­ni­able advan­tages. In par­tic­u­lar, due to its smooth­ness, it is easy to clean. Four heat­ing zones are marked with cir­cles, they have dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters. Their tem­per­a­ture ris­es almost instant­ly. And if, after turn­ing it off, it has not yet had time to low­er, the cor­re­spond­ing indi­ca­tion will tes­ti­fy to this.

The rat­ed pow­er con­sump­tion of this mod­el reach­es 9.9 kW. Part of this fig­ure falls on the elec­tric oven. It hides behind the usu­al hinged door, and its vol­ume is 59 liters. This is more than enough even to accom­mo­date a fair­ly large bird inside. For its prepa­ra­tion, by the way, you can use the grill. There is also con­vec­tion here, as well as illu­mi­na­tion. The dis­ad­van­tage of such an oven is only one, which con­sists in the tra­di­tion­al type of clean­ing.

To assess how pow­er­ful the burn­ers are used here, let’s take Mer­st’s review post­ed by him on Yandex.Market as an exam­ple: “Heats a pot of water 5–6.5 liters in a mat­ter of min­utes. The oven is excel­lent, there is a clock and a timer, when you remove the dish­es, it gives a sig­nal so that you do not for­get to turn it off.

Advantages

  • Very high pow­er;
  • The plate turned out to be nar­row;
  • There is a timer;
  • Spa­cious oven;
  • Rotary switch­es are used;
  • The oven has a grill;
  • There are indi­ca­tors of resid­ual heat;
  • Nice design.

Flaws

  • May have assem­bly defects;
  • High price;
  • The oven uses a tra­di­tion­al type of clean­ing.

Bosch HKA090150

Rat­ing: 4.8

Bosch HKA090150

Anoth­er rep­re­sen­ta­tive of our rat­ing with a sil­ver case. Such a stove will def­i­nite­ly dec­o­rate your kitchen, make it more mod­ern! And she will do it for 34 thou­sand rubles. On its front pan­el you can see six rotary-type mechan­i­cal switch­es. Alas, the dis­play is miss­ing. This means that you will have to for­get about the clock and the timer. Well, it’s bet­ter for the man­u­fac­tur­er to save on this than on the vol­ume of the oven or the glass-ceram­ic sur­face.

This cook­er offers the buy­er 4 elec­tric burn­ers. What is impor­tant, at least one of them is dou­ble-cir­cuit. In a word, fast boil­ing of water in a large saucepan is guar­an­teed! Unfor­tu­nate­ly, this hob can­not boast of any­thing else. It does not have a safe­ty shut­down func­tion. There is no auto­mat­ic boil­ing. There is also no block­ing of con­trols. How­ev­er, you should not wor­ry about the lat­ter — it seems that now chil­dren are taught from a very young age that it is impos­si­ble to play around with the stove. As for the indi­ca­tors of resid­ual heat, they are still present here. They will tell you exact­ly when you can start clean­ing the glass-ceram­ic sur­face from traces of care­less cook­ing.

Of course, this stove received not only burn­ers, but also an oven. Its vol­ume is 66 liters. The oven is elec­tric, inside it there is not only a place for bak­ing sheets, but also a full-fledged grill. If you are not afraid to get a decent elec­tric bill, then you can use such an oven to cook deli­cious and fra­grant chick­en or some oth­er bird. It’s nice that the man­u­fac­tur­er has intro­duced con­vec­tion — a spe­cial fan tries to keep the tem­per­a­ture the same through­out the vol­ume of the oven. There is also a back­light, but today even very cheap stoves can­not do with­out it. As for the door, it is hinged, and it con­sists of only two glass­es. In a word, its heat­ing will be felt, although you, of course, will not be burned.

Bosch HKA090150 cor­re­sponds to ener­gy con­sump­tion class A. If you use all the burn­ers and the oven, then this appli­ance will con­sume elec­tric­i­ty in the amount of a ter­ri­ble 10.3 kW. Need­less to say, before buy­ing a plate, you should make sure that you have high-qual­i­ty cop­per wiring of a con­sid­er­able cross sec­tion?

It remains to be added that the Ger­man man­u­fac­tur­er has not for­got­ten about the crock­ery. It seems that such a kitchen appli­ance will def­i­nite­ly please the buy­er. Please note that the instal­la­tion of the plate will require a sol­id piece of space — its dimen­sions are 60x60x85 cm.

Advantages

  • Sim­ple con­trol;
  • One of the burn­ers is dou­ble-cir­cuit;
  • There are indi­ca­tors of resid­ual heat;
  • Not very high cost;
  • Very roomy oven
  • Con­vec­tion not for­got­ten;
  • There is an elec­tric grill;
  • The oven is com­ple­ment­ed by light­ing.

Flaws

  • Tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing;
  • No clock or timer.

Gorenje EC 6341 XC

Rat­ing: 4.7

Gorenje EC 6341 XC

Anoth­er stove in our rat­ing, which has a sil­ver body col­or. How­ev­er, here the stain­less steel is com­ple­ment­ed not only by six rotary switch­es belong­ing to the mechan­i­cal type. On the con­trol pan­el of this stove, you can also find a dig­i­tal dis­play. The char­ac­ters are dis­played in white, which looks very mod­ern. Also under the screen you can find sev­er­al touch but­tons. One of them, by the way, is respon­si­ble for block­ing the con­trol pan­el. This means that any child will not be able to spoil the cook­ing process.

As expect­ed from such an expen­sive stove, it has a glass-ceram­ic work sur­face. There are four burn­ers on it, one of which is dou­ble-cir­cuit. The dimen­sions of the stove are 60x60x85 cm, so even very large pans will fit on the hob. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, there is no seri­ous automa­tion here — the device will not rec­og­nize when your water has boiled, just as a pro­tec­tive shut­down is not imple­ment­ed here. Only resid­ual heat indi­ca­tors are not for­got­ten. If the burn­ers do not glow, then the sur­face can be wiped, rid­ding it of traces of boiled water and food debris.

Per­haps it is impos­si­ble to find fault with the glass-ceram­ic sur­face. Will the buy­er be pleased with the oven used here? It seems that this ques­tion can be answered in the affir­ma­tive. No, when cre­at­ing the oven, the man­u­fac­tur­er still saved mon­ey. This can be seen from the hinged door, con­sist­ing of only two glass­es. But we are already used to this, as well as to the tra­di­tion­al clean­ing of the inner walls of the oven. Yes, it takes time, but it does not waste elec­tric­i­ty! As for the rest of the para­me­ters, they should suit most buy­ers. For exam­ple, the vol­ume of the oven is 67 liters. This allows you to place inside not even a chick­en, but a duck or a goose! By the way, it is best to cook a bird on an elec­tric grill — the out­put is a real del­i­ca­cy! I am glad that the man­u­fac­tur­er sup­plied the oven not only with a back­light, thanks to which you can observe the cook­ing process, but also with con­vec­tion. This means that the dish will be even­ly baked on all sides.

Oth­er­wise, this is a typ­i­cal elec­tric stove. It con­sumes approx­i­mate­ly 9.1 kW of elec­tric­i­ty, so it will need some seri­ous cop­per wiring. At the bot­tom of the appli­ance is a draw­er for dish­es. As for the reviews, they find fault only with the con­fig­u­ra­tion. For exam­ple, when pur­chas­ing this stove, you need to buy a plug cord and a sock­et. Also, the grill placed inside the oven does not have a skew­er — this also rais­es cer­tain ques­tions. Well, it’s not worth talk­ing about tele­scop­ic guides — they are main­ly equipped with only nar­row stoves.

Advantages

  • There is a clock and a timer;
  • Imple­ment­ed block­ing of the con­trol pan­el;
  • Large oven vol­ume;
  • Easy con­trol with rotary switch­es;
  • Built-in con­vec­tion;
  • The oven has a back­light;
  • There is an elec­tric grill;
  • One of the burn­ers is dou­ble-cir­cuit;
  • Resid­ual heat indi­ca­tors imple­ment­ed.

Flaws

  • Poor equip­ment;
  • Lack of auto­mat­ic pro­tec­tive func­tions;
  • High price.

See also: 14 best induc­tion cook­tops

Hansa FCIW59003

Rat­ing: 4.7

HANSA FCIW59003

A pop­u­lar mod­el that is in demand among those who want a mod­ern elec­tric cook­er. Instead of an enam­eled work sur­face, glass ceram­ic is much eas­i­er to clean. It con­tains four heat­ing ele­ments, sup­ple­ment­ed by a Boost­er func­tion when there is a short-term increase in pow­er. You can be sure that on such burn­ers you can boil water or fry meat in a mat­ter of min­utes. At the same time, the induc­tion sur­face auto­mat­i­cal­ly detects the pres­ence of dish­es, and it also has auto­mat­ic boil­ing.

Noth­ing bad can be said about the 62-liter elec­tric oven, which boasts eight heat­ing pro­grams. Inside there is a grill and con­vec­tion. Also, the buy­er will get a Pro­Cook pan, which has a spe­cial hon­ey­comb sur­face. The man­u­fac­tur­er did not for­get about the grate, which is use­ful for cook­ing some dish­es. You can only com­plain that the oven door con­sists of only two glass­es. Because of this, it is able to heat up quite strong­ly.

As for the con­trol of the stove, the usu­al rotary switch­es are used here. The rat­ed pow­er con­sump­tion of the stove is 10.3 kW. Experts have award­ed the device with ener­gy effi­cien­cy class A. Oth­er pos­i­tive aspects include a width reduced to 50 cm. You can find out exact­ly how this mod­el works by read­ing reviewHansa FCIW59003writ­ten to the buy­ers of the plate in the online store Online­Trade.

Advantages

  • The oven can be heat­ed from dif­fer­ent sides;
  • The bak­ing sheet requires a small amount of oil;
  • The slab is nar­row;
  • High pow­er;
  • The oven has a large vol­ume;
  • There is a grill;
  • The oven has a back­light;
  • Excel­lent glass ceram­ic hob.

Flaws

  • Only dou­ble glazed oven door is used;
  • There is no timer;
  • There is no dish draw­er.

Zanussi ZCV 9540H1 X

Rat­ing: 4.7

Zanussi ZCV 9540H1 X

You may get the impres­sion that now all kitchen elec­tric stoves have a sil­ver body col­or. But no, they are main­ly pos­sessed by the most advanced mod­els, which are includ­ed in our rat­ing. And can the Zanus­si ZCV 9540H1 X be called sil­ver? The area under the dish draw­er is black, and the oven door is black as well. Sil­ver is only the lid of the com­part­ment for dish­es and the con­trol pan­el. The rotary switch­es, of course, are also made of black plas­tic.

The cost of Zanus­si ZCV 9540H1 X in Russ­ian retail chains is approx­i­mate­ly 23–26 thou­sand rubles. Accord­ing to the price tag, you can under­stand that you should not expect addi­tion­al func­tion­al­i­ty. The instru­ment is con­trolled exclu­sive­ly by six mechan­i­cal switch­es. Alas, there is no timer, clock, or any­thing like that. It’s sad, but the man­u­fac­tur­er did not save much on oth­er com­po­nents. He endowed his cre­ation with a high-qual­i­ty glass-ceram­ic sur­face, which is eas­i­ly cleaned of dirt. When exact­ly you should touch it with your bare hands — tell indi­ca­tors of resid­ual heat. By the way, four elec­tric burn­ers are heat­ed here. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, none of them is dou­ble-cir­cuit. How­ev­er, prac­tice shows that most buy­ers sim­ply do not need such a burn­er. And many do not even sus­pect the exis­tence of a pro­tec­tive shut­down and auto­mat­ic boil­ing. In a word, most often, buy­ers of the Zanus­si ZCV 9540H1 X can­not find fault with the hob at all, con­sid­er­ing it ide­al. And only an expe­ri­enced spe­cial­ist will be able to prove to him that this is not so.

Under the con­trol pan­el there is a con­ve­nient hinged door han­dle, behind which the oven is hid­den. Its vol­ume is 58 liters. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, a very sim­pli­fied oven is usu­al­ly used in stoves for 25 thou­sand rubles. The Zanus­si ZCV 9540H1 X is no excep­tion to the rule. And it’s not even about the fact that the walls of the oven are cleaned in the tra­di­tion­al way — with a clean­ing agent and a cloth. The fact is that the oven does not have con­vec­tion. This means that there are no fans that would allow hot air to spread as even­ly as pos­si­ble. I am glad that at least the elec­tric grill is not for­got­ten. There is also a back­light, with­out which it is dif­fi­cult to imag­ine a mod­ern elec­tric and gas stove.

Is it worth it to buy such an elec­tric stove? Per­haps it is still a very good exam­ple. But it is not in vain that he almost clos­es the selec­tion of elec­tric mod­els. Con­vec­tion is very lack­ing, not all dish­es here will be baked per­fect­ly from all sides. How­ev­er, if you use this part of the stove rarely enough, then you are unlike­ly to notice any draw­backs. This is con­firmed by the reviews, in which the stove is spo­ken of exclu­sive­ly in a pos­i­tive way.

Advantages

  • Easy mechan­i­cal con­trol;
  • The vol­ume of the oven should suit every­one;
  • There is an elec­tric grill;
  • Not for­got­ten back­light;
  • There are indi­ca­tors of resid­ual heat;
  • Low cost.

Flaws

  • No timer and clock;
  • There is no con­vec­tion;
  • There is not a sin­gle dou­ble-cir­cuit burn­er;
  • Tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing;
  • There are no auto­mat­ic fea­tures.

BEKO FSM 67320 GWS

Rat­ing: 4.6

BEKO FSM 67320 GWS

One of the cheap­est kitchen elec­tric stoves in our rank­ing. In Russ­ian stores, it can be found at a price of 23–25 ​​thou­sand rubles. In this regard, it should not be sur­pris­ing that it has a stan­dard design. The stain­less steel is paint­ed white, as is the oven han­dle. Only the rotary switch­es are sil­ver here — only this dis­tin­guish­es the stove from even cheap­er devices of this kind. How­ev­er, there is anoth­er dif­fer­ence — it’s a dig­i­tal dis­play, locat­ed between the reg­u­la­tors.

As you may have guessed, this stove has a clock and a timer. This is great, although it will be more con­ve­nient for some­one to use the timer on their smart­phone. The top of the stove is home to the glass-ceram­ic hob. It con­sists of four burn­ers. Sur­pris­ing­ly, one of them is dou­ble-cir­cuit. The man­u­fac­tur­er claims a rat­ed pow­er con­sump­tion of 9.9 kW. This allows us to hope that the dou­ble-cir­cuit burn­er will heat up to the max­i­mum tem­per­a­ture in a mat­ter of sec­onds.

In fact, the burn­er, locat­ed in the upper right cor­ner, is also dou­ble-cir­cuit. But in fact, this is a burn­er with an oval heat­ing zone — this is exact­ly the shape of the sec­ond cir­cuit. This is great, because when using it, you don’t have to wor­ry about exact­ly how you posi­tion the pan or pan.

Oth­er­wise, the hob is unlike­ly to sur­prise you. It does not have auto­mat­ic boil­ing, as there is no safe­ty shut­down here. But the man­u­fac­tur­er did not get rid of the indi­ca­tors of resid­ual heat. Also, some­one will be pleased with the con­trol pan­el lock. Usu­al­ly it is required in fam­i­lies with small chil­dren who stretch their hands to every­thing that can spin and spin.

Behind a hinged door, this cook­er hides a 65-litre oven. It seems that this vol­ume is enough for those who want to reg­u­lar­ly cook a goose or duck. I am glad that when cook­ing, the body of the device almost does not heat up. And this is no acci­dent, because three glass­es are mount­ed in the door at once. Anoth­er oven can please with light­ing and con­vec­tion. The fan can be used not only to move hot air cur­rents, but also to cool the cooked food. Against this back­ground, it remains only to regret the method of clean­ing the walls of the oven, which is com­plete­ly stan­dard here — that is, man­u­al.

Of course, the stove received a draw­er for dish­es, tra­di­tion­al­ly locat­ed at the bot­tom. If we talk about reviews, then peo­ple com­plain that there is no elec­tric cable includ­ed with the stove. How­ev­er, buy­ing it sep­a­rate­ly is not dif­fi­cult — you def­i­nite­ly won’t go broke. But heat­ing the tem­per­a­ture con­trollers in the oven is seri­ous. How­ev­er, the tem­per­a­ture becomes too high only when the door is opened reg­u­lar­ly, and if there is a back­light, this is almost not required. Some­one else com­plains about the heavy weight of the door — you need to hold it when clos­ing, this is the only way to avoid a loud and unpleas­ant pop. How­ev­er, it’s bet­ter that way than a door of only two glass­es.

Advantages

  • Con­ve­nient con­trol with but­tons and switch­es;
  • There is a clock and a timer;
  • Very roomy oven
  • There is an elec­tric grill;
  • There is con­vec­tion;
  • The oven door con­sists of three glass­es;
  • Illu­mi­na­tion imple­ment­ed;
  • There is a dou­ble-cir­cuit burn­er;
  • There is a burn­er with an oval heat­ing zone;
  • Resid­ual heat indi­ca­tors are not for­got­ten;
  • Low cost.

Flaws

  • Pos­si­ble mar­riage with over­heat­ing of the dash­board;
  • Tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing;
  • There are no auto­mat­ic func­tions.

See also: 6 best com­bi­na­tion stoves

Beko FFSS 56000W

Rat­ing: 4.5

BEKO FFSS 56000W

This stove has an enam­elled cook­ing sur­face. A num­ber of short­com­ings fol­low from this. In par­tic­u­lar, such a pan­el is quite dif­fi­cult to clean. And her burn­ers do not heat up as quick­ly as we would like. But on the oth­er hand, you will have to try hard to leave notice­able scratch­es on such a sur­face. In total, there are four burn­ers on the stove. This is quite an ade­quate amount, espe­cial­ly if you take into account the 50-cen­time­ter width of this mod­el.

Like any oth­er stove, this one includes an oven. In this case, it is also elec­tri­cal. Its door con­sists of three thick glass­es, so you should not expect par­tic­u­lar­ly strong heat­ing. As for the air tem­per­a­ture inside the oven, it can reach 250°C. Not a record, but for most Exper­tol­ogy read­ers, that’s enough. The vol­ume of the oven is 60 liters. Alas, there is no illu­mi­na­tion or con­vec­tion inside. The man­u­fac­tur­er also for­got about the grill. But the plate turned out not very expen­sive.

Beko FFSS 56000 W belongs to ener­gy class A. Its body is white. Of course, there is a draw­er for dish­es, and rotary switch­es are used for con­trol. In con­clu­sion, here is Daniel’s review, left by him on Yandex.Market: “A very com­pact, well-made mod­el. There were no prob­lems with cook­ing. Clean­ing is easy, there is a steam clean­ing in the oven.

Advantages

  • Rotary switch­es are used;
  • The door con­sists of three glass­es;
  • The oven turned out to be roomy;
  • Not very high cost;
  • Do not for­get the draw­er for dish­es;
  • The slab is nar­row;
  • Low cost;
  • It is pos­si­ble to clean the oven with steam.

Flaws

  • No con­vec­tion, grill and light­ing.

Hansa FCEW53001

Rat­ing: 4.4

Hansa FCEW53001

Of course, it is far from always nec­es­sary to spend more than twen­ty thou­sand rubles on the pur­chase of an elec­tric stove. In stores you can find more afford­able mod­els. But, of course, such a device will no longer offer you a glass-ceram­ic hob, the clean­ing of which is not dif­fi­cult. For exam­ple, Hansa FCEW53001, which got into our rat­ing, has only an enam­elled work sur­face. The “pan­cakes” used here do not have an indi­ca­tion of resid­ual heat, and they warm up for a long time. Some­one else may com­plain about the lack of free space for large dish­es, because the dimen­sions of the plate are 50x60x85 cm.

It is sur­pris­ing that in such a small elec­tric stove there was room for a 69-liter oven. It is hid­den behind a fold­ing door, which includ­ed two glass­es. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, this oven will not be very inter­est­ing for lovers of grilled chick­en and oth­er sim­i­lar dish­es. The fact is that there is sim­ply no grill here. There is also no con­vec­tion. Of course, clean­ing is tra­di­tion­al. This means that after cook­ing pies or some oth­er dish, you will have to spend some time clean­ing the walls of the oven with a cloth and an appro­pri­ate prod­uct.

In a word, the oven at this stove can please only with light­ing. On the burn­ers, you don’t need to talk in detail at all — stan­dard “pan­cakes” do not please either the speed of heat­ing or the speed of cool­ing. Of course, there are no pro­tec­tive func­tions here — the stove will not turn off if some­thing boils onto the enam­elled pro­tec­tive sur­face. Enam­el can also be scratched with­out any prob­lems — only a soft sponge should be used to clean it.

There is no clock or timer here. The only thing not for­got­ten is the crock­ery. But now it is almost impos­si­ble to find an elec­tric stove with­out this com­part­ment, if we do not talk about desk­top prod­ucts.

Advantages

  • Low cost;
  • Spa­cious oven;
  • Easy con­trol with rotary switch­es;
  • There is a back­light in the oven;
  • Not very high pow­er con­sump­tion.

Flaws

  • Enam­elled work sur­face;
  • Miss­ing clock and timer;
  • No elec­tric grill and con­vec­tion;
  • The tra­di­tion­al method of clean­ing the inside of the oven;
  • No indi­ca­tion of resid­ual heat.

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Zigmund & Shtain VGG 38.62 A

Rat­ing: 4.9

ZIGMUND & SHTAIN VGG 38.62 A

Is your kitchen in the Goth­ic style? Is there a fire­place in the liv­ing room? Do you want to sur­prise your guests? If you give exclu­sive­ly pos­i­tive answers to all ques­tions, then be sure to buy your­self a Zig­mund & Shtain VGG 38.62 A gas stove. This is some­thing with some­thing! As if you dragged a part of the fire­place into the kitchen, turn­ing it into a stove!

The body of the device is made of stain­less steel, paint­ed black. Mechan­i­cal reg­u­la­tors are gold­en, the oven han­dle and some oth­er struc­tur­al ele­ments are paint­ed in this col­or. In a word, even the draw­er for dish­es looks beau­ti­ful here — it would seem that the most unnec­es­sary com­po­nent of any gas stove.

There is no elec­tron­ics in this device. How­ev­er, the man­u­fac­tur­er still intro­duced a timer here. It is made in the form of a mechan­i­cal stop­watch — you should look for it to the left of all switch­es. Of course, the cre­ators did not for­get about elec­tric igni­tion either — match­es do not need to be used either when acti­vat­ing the oven or when light­ing the burn­ers. By the way, there are four of them. One of them belongs to the “Triple Crown” type — such a burn­er will quick­ly bring water to a boil even in a huge saucepan. Sep­a­rate­ly, it should be not­ed the pres­ence of gas con­trol — it makes the stove safer. But there is no child lock on the con­trol pan­el. The dish­es are placed on a cast-iron grate — it can last for­ev­er. You just need to remem­ber to clean this part from time to time.

The dimen­sions of this mod­el are 60x60x89 cm. With such dimen­sions, I would like to get the most spa­cious oven. How­ev­er, the man­u­fac­tur­er him­self did not seek to imple­ment it. As a result, only a 49-liter oven awaits the user. Well, this appli­ance pri­mar­i­ly serves to dec­o­rate the kitchen, and not to cook large poul­try. How­ev­er, using the oven is still very com­fort­able. There is gas con­trol here, and con­vec­tion is essen­tial­ly not need­ed in a gas oven. The grill is not for­got­ten — it is also gas, the spit is already includ­ed in the kit. The cook­ing process can be mon­i­tored with a very bright back­light.

But is it real­ly with­out flaws? Unfor­tu­nate­ly no. The door con­sists of only two glass­es, which is why the oper­at­ing oven heats it up quite strong­ly. You can also find fault with the method of clean­ing the inside of the oven — it is tra­di­tion­al.

Per­haps this is one of the best rep­re­sen­ta­tives of our rat­ing. Not in terms of func­tion­al­i­ty, elec­tric mod­els still pro­vide a lit­tle more options. This cook­er has the per­fect look. Be sure that any of your guests will want to buy the same stove in the future. It’s just that it’s not easy to do this — this mod­el is esti­mat­ed at 65 thou­sand rubles.

Advantages

  • Chic design;
  • Easy to learn con­trol;
  • There is a timer;
  • There is an auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion of burn­ers and oven;
  • Not for­got­ten back­light;
  • There is a gas grill;
  • One of the burn­ers is of the Triple Crown type;
  • There are gas con­trol burn­ers and ovens;
  • Excel­lent cast iron grills.

Flaws

  • The oven does not have a very large vol­ume;
  • The oven door con­sists of only two glass­es;
  • Very high cost.

Beko FSG62120DXMCS

Rat­ing: 4.9

Beko FSG62120DXMCS

The case of this mod­el is made of stain­less steel. This means that it is unlike­ly that some­thing will hap­pen to him dur­ing all the years of oper­a­tion. The con­trol pan­el here con­sists of the usu­al mechan­i­cal switch­es. There is also a timer on the stove, but it is able to noti­fy the readi­ness of the dish only with a sound sig­nal. By the way, the burn­ers light up auto­mat­i­cal­ly, for which you should thank the pres­ence of elec­tric igni­tion. No need to throw a match in the oven.

Many buy­ers take the Beko FSG62120DXMCS just for the sake of the oven. Here its vol­ume is brought to 72 liters. Inside there is not only a back­light, but also gas con­trol. There­fore, if the flame sud­den­ly goes out, the gas sup­ply will auto­mat­i­cal­ly shut off. Four burn­ers are equipped with a sim­i­lar sys­tem. There is also an elec­tric grill in the oven, most often used for cook­ing poul­try dish­es. Not for­got­ten by the man­u­fac­tur­er and a con­ve­nient ther­mo­stat. Clean­ing the inside of the oven is car­ried out by the tra­di­tion­al method, which con­sists in using a wet rag and con­di­tion­al Fairy. As expect­ed, the stove is com­ple­ment­ed by a draw­er for dish­es. As for the cook­ing sur­face, it is enam­eled. As well as the entire body of the plate as a whole. At the same time, the man­u­fac­tur­er used brand­ed enam­el, which pre­vents grease from stick­ing to the glass of the door.

The main fea­ture of the Beko FSG62120DXMCS is the 3D bak­ing mode. It acti­vates the fan and absolute­ly all the heat­ing ele­ments. As a result, heat is dis­trib­uted through­out the inte­ri­or of the oven as even­ly as pos­si­ble. This makes the cook­er the per­fect choice for those who love to eat chick­en with a deli­cious gold­en crust. Anoth­er dis­tinc­tive fea­ture of this mod­el is the extend­ed war­ran­ty peri­od up to two years.

Advantages

  • The gas oven is com­ple­ment­ed by an elec­tric grill;
  • Large oven vol­ume;
  • Imple­ment­ed gas con­trol;
  • There is an elec­tric igni­tion;
  • Cute design;
  • Extend­ed war­ran­ty peri­od;
  • The usu­al rotary switch­es are used;
  • There is a timer;
  • Cor­re­sponds to ener­gy con­sump­tion class A+.

Flaws

  • The timer is only mechan­i­cal;
  • Gas con­trol — only for burn­ers;
  • The cost will not suit every­one.

Gorenje GI 62 CLI

Rat­ing: 4.8

Gorenje GI 62 CLI

Anoth­er gas stove with a mechan­i­cal timer in our rat­ing. You should look for it between the rotary switch­es. Inter­est­ing­ly, the timer set­ting ring is bronze-col­ored, which looks very nice. The han­dle and the already men­tioned mechan­i­cal reg­u­la­tors are paint­ed in the same col­or. The rest of the stove is beige — even the oven door.

On the hob used here are high-qual­i­ty cast-iron grates. Below them are four burn­ers. One of them is very large — it belongs to the Triple Crown type. I am glad that all burn­ers are equipped with gas con­trol, which can­not be said about the oven.

Indeed, there is no gas con­trol inside the oven. Also sur­pris­ing is its vol­ume, which is 48 liters. But this is where the short­com­ings of the oven still end. You will def­i­nite­ly be pleased with the thick­ness of the door — it includes three glass­es that pre­vent high heat­ing of the out­er sur­face. There is also a gas grill that allows you to cook deli­cious poul­try. You can visu­al­ly mon­i­tor the bak­ing of food — this is facil­i­tat­ed by well-imple­ment­ed light­ing. But she’s not the most hap­py. Delight caus­es pyrolyt­ic type of clean­ing. Who wants to mess around with a clean­er?

It remains to be added that the dimen­sions of the stove are 60x60x85 cm. Of course, the dish draw­er is not for­got­ten here, although not all buy­ers will use it for its intend­ed pur­pose. By the way, when buy­ing such a gas stove, be sure to check all the grates — there are times when one of them upsets with a slight skew­ness.

Advantages

  • Beau­ti­ful appear­ance;
  • Both the oven and burn­ers are equipped with elec­tric igni­tion;
  • Inside the oven there is a back­light;
  • There is a sound timer;
  • Each burn­er is equipped with gas con­trol;
  • Three glass­es are embed­ded in the door;
  • There is a gas grill;
  • Imple­ment­ed pyrolyt­ic clean­ing of the oven;
  • One of the burn­ers is of the Triple Crown type.

Flaws

  • There are instances with crooked lat­tices;
  • Not the most spa­cious oven
  • There is no gas con­trol in the oven.

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GEFEST 6500–04 0069

Rat­ing: 4.8

GEFEST 6500-04 0069

One of the most mod­ern gas stoves in our rat­ing. If you cov­er its hob with some­thing, then the rest of the struc­tur­al ele­ments will make you think that you have an elec­tric stove in front of you. Although it must be admit­ted that not every kitchen is suit­able for an appli­ance whose body is almost com­plete­ly paint­ed in black.

This mod­el dif­fers from many analogs by a work­ing sur­face. It is made of tem­pered glass. Do I need to say that the enam­eled sur­face is much eas­i­er to scratch? Also, the glass is eas­i­er to clean from food debris that has fall­en on it. As for the burn­ers, there are four of them. One of them is large enough, it pro­vides faster heat­ing. More burn­ers are equipped with gas con­trol. It is also avail­able in the oven, which can also be added to the dig­ni­ty of the stove. Cast-iron grates are locat­ed above the burn­ers — no prob­lems have been noticed with them.

Con­nois­seurs will note that in the case of a gas stove, the tem­pered glass work sur­face means that any dirt is clear­ly vis­i­ble on it. Well, it’s hard to dis­agree with that. You need to get used to clean­ing after each cook­ing, it will not take much time.

As expect­ed, this cook­er has elec­tric igni­tion. It works auto­mat­i­cal­ly, both on the hob and in the oven. The lat­ter, by the way, has a vol­ume of 52 liters. Ovens in gas stoves are rarely more capa­cious. Inside it you can find not only bak­ing sheets, but also a spit. The grill here is gas. There is no con­vec­tion, but it is usu­al­ly not need­ed in such stoves. But now you can’t do with­out light­ing. For­tu­nate­ly, the man­u­fac­tur­er did not for­get about it, although he tried to save mon­ey.

This is a styl­ish and very use­ful gas stove. Impor­tant­ly, the timer here is not only sound. After a user-defined time has elapsed, it turns off the gas. Believe me, not every stove offers such a func­tion. How­ev­er, in the reviews this timer is often scold­ed — it is painful­ly qui­et.

Advantages

  • Easy to learn man­age­ment;
  • There is a timer;
  • Elec­tric igni­tion in burn­ers and oven;
  • One of the burn­ers is larg­er than the oth­ers;
  • Imple­ment­ed gas con­trol;
  • The oven has a gas grill;
  • There is a back­light;
  • Good cast iron grills;
  • Mod­ern appear­ance;
  • Not very high cost.

Flaws

  • No Triple Crown burn­er;
  • Tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing.

GEFEST 6100–04

Rat­ing: 4.7

GEFEST 6100-04

Our rat­ing will reg­u­lar­ly men­tion plates man­u­fac­tured by GEFEST 6100–04. The fact is that these devices have an excel­lent val­ue for mon­ey. For exam­ple, for GEFEST 6100–04 they ask about 22–25 thou­sand rubles. Well, can such a stove be called expen­sive? At the same time, many of its para­me­ters will def­i­nite­ly suit a res­i­dent of a coun­try house. Claims will be expressed only by cit­i­zens seek­ing to pur­chase the most advanced tech­nol­o­gy. Such a per­son will pay atten­tion to over­ly tra­di­tion­al design. Here the user is wait­ing for enam­eled pan­els. This means that almost the entire body is pure white. Even the rotary switch­es are not paint­ed in a dif­fer­ent col­or! Such plates were installed in our homes many years ago. And some peo­ple do not want to buy such a bor­ing mod­el again.

Let’s go through all the main com­po­nents of the GEFEST 6100–04. The work­ing sur­face of this stove, as already men­tioned, is enam­elled. This means that clean­ing it will cause some dif­fi­cul­ties. Well, all kinds of scratch­es on such a sur­face are not uncom­mon. There are also four burn­ers. One of them is quite large, although it is not the desired “Triple Crown” by many. It’s nice that gas con­trol is imple­ment­ed here. More­over, the man­u­fac­tur­er has imple­ment­ed a safe­ty shut­down func­tion! This makes the gas stove as safe as pos­si­ble — in this para­me­ter it sur­pass­es many mod­els con­sid­ered in this rat­ing.

The oven of this stove has a vol­ume of 52 liters. A lit­tle, but only elec­tric mod­els can usu­al­ly boast of a large para­me­ter. The door here is hinged, the num­ber of glass­es on the man­u­fac­tur­er’s web­site is not men­tioned. The reviews make it clear that only two glass­es are built in here — some peo­ple com­plain about the high heat­ing of the door (the han­dle, which is impor­tant, remains cold). By the way, some oth­er buy­ers note that the ther­mo­stat used here starts with a divi­sion of 140 ° C. There­fore, it is extreme­ly dif­fi­cult to achieve a low­er tem­per­a­ture.

This oven can be used for grilled chick­en. The spit is sup­plied with the kit. How is it that inex­pen­sive stoves are sold with a skew­er, while expen­sive mod­els make you spend extra mon­ey?

Fin­ish­ing the con­ver­sa­tion about the oven, one can­not but note the pres­ence of gas con­trol here. Also includ­ed in the com­po­si­tion of the oven back­light. And very bright! But cat­alyt­ic or, more­over, pyrolyt­ic clean­ing is not pro­vid­ed. You will have to use a clean­ing agent and a fair­ly hard sponge, the process will take a long time.

Per­haps this is a great option for your mon­ey. But, of course, not every­one will be sat­is­fied with such a sim­ple design.

Advantages

  • Sim­ple mechan­i­cal switch­es;
  • Built-in clock and timer;
  • Both the oven and burn­ers are endowed with elec­tric igni­tion;
  • There is a quick heat­ing burn­er;
  • The oven has a back­light;
  • Built-in gas grill;
  • Imple­ment­ed gas con­trol;
  • Burn­ers are endowed with a safe­ty shut­down func­tion;
  • Low cost.

Flaws

  • The door gets hot enough;
  • The Triple Crown burn­er is miss­ing;
  • Tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing;
  • Unpre­ten­tious appear­ance;
  • Enam­elled work sur­face will not suit every­one;
  • Very qui­et timer
  • Flim­sy con­struc­tion of a shish kebab.

DARINA 1D1 GM241 022W

Rat­ing: 4.6

DARINA 1D1 GM241 022W

In the­o­ry, you can buy a gas stove even for 10 thou­sand rubles. How­ev­er, we do not rec­om­mend look­ing towards such cheap mod­els. If there is an urgent need to save mon­ey, then it is rec­om­mend­ed to con­sid­er the option of buy­ing DARINA 1D1 GM241 022 W. They ask for 15 thou­sand rubles for this stove. It’s still a mod­el that isn’t over­ly sim­pli­fied, so it’s unlike­ly to be dis­ap­point­ing.

This kitchen appli­ance mea­sures 50x60x85 cm. This means that the stove turned out to be quite nar­row. How­ev­er, a very large amount of dish­es are placed on its cast-iron grates. Its heat­ing is car­ried out using four burn­ers. One of them is quite large, although it is not a “Triple Crown” — such a burn­er can­not be found in such inex­pen­sive gas stoves.

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, this mod­el can­not be called any safe. First, there is no safe­ty shut­down. Sec­ond­ly, the con­trols are not blocked from chil­dren in any way. Third­ly, the man­u­fac­tur­er did not intro­duce gas con­trol here.

But do not wor­ry ahead of time! Gas con­trol is avail­able at least in the oven. And this is impor­tant, because it is the fire in the oven that we can­not visu­al­ly observe. If it goes out there, we won’t even notice it. By the way, you can still watch cook­ing — despite the low cost, the oven of this stove is still able to boast of back­light­ing. And there is also a gas grill, the spit for which you do not need to buy sep­a­rate­ly. As for the door, it is equipped with only two glass­es. The vol­ume of this oven is 50 liters. Of course, there is no con­vec­tion here, it is inher­ent in elec­tric mod­els. Well, clean­ing the walls of the oven is extreme­ly tra­di­tion­al.

It is impos­si­ble to tell any­thing more inter­est­ing about such a stove. There’s a crock­ery here, but what gas stove does­n’t have one? Not for­got­ten and elec­tric igni­tion, present both in the burn­ers and in the oven. But there is no clock or timer.

Advantages

  • The sim­plest man­age­ment;
  • There is an auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion;
  • Built-in back­light;
  • There is a gas grill;
  • Good cast iron grills;
  • One of the burn­ers is large enough;
  • Low cost.

Flaws

  • The oven door becomes very hot dur­ing oper­a­tion;
  • Not very reli­able wheels;
  • The con­trols are a lit­tle loose;
  • It is pos­si­ble to pur­chase a copy with poor-qual­i­ty assem­bly;
  • Tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing;
  • No clock and timer;
  • Gas con­trol only in the oven.

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Gorenje K 634 XF

Rat­ing: 4.9

Gorenje K 634 XF

A very advanced com­bi­na­tion cook­er equipped with an Icon­LED touch pro­gram­mer. It also uses the usu­al rotary switch­es, thanks to which even an elder­ly per­son who finds mod­ern elec­tron­ics too com­pli­cat­ed will mas­ter the con­trols. And the buy­er should also like the case, almost entire­ly made of stain­less steel.

At the top of the appli­ance is a cook­ing sur­face with four gas burn­ers. Their dis­tin­guish­ing fea­ture is a spe­cial design, thanks to which the gas is mixed with air even before it enters the noz­zles. As a result, you can count on more effi­cient fuel con­sump­tion. The cast-iron grates, which can be eas­i­ly removed and cleaned, should also please.

The hob includes a Big­Space elec­tric oven with a vol­ume of 67 liters. There is a vault­ed ceil­ing that con­tributes to the uni­form dis­tri­b­u­tion of hot air. Inside there is a two-lev­el grill. And you can count on the sup­ply of steam. It is also used to clean the inside of the oven. Curi­ous­ly, the stove offers low-tem­per­a­ture modes. In par­tic­u­lar, one of them serves to defrost semi-fin­ished prod­ucts. So, this mod­el can replace the microwave! The max­i­mum tem­per­a­ture inside can rise up to 250°C.

Of course, it could not do with­out a dis­play, thanks to which you can see the timer read­ings. Return­ing to the burn­ers, it is nec­es­sary to note their dif­fer­ent diam­e­ters. They are set on fire auto­mat­i­cal­ly, so you will def­i­nite­ly not need match­es. If the flame sud­den­ly goes out, the fuel sup­ply will imme­di­ate­ly stop.

This plate has flaws, but they have to be looked for lit­er­al­ly under a mag­ni­fy­ing glass. For exam­ple, not every­one will be sat­is­fied with a 60-cen­time­ter width. It is also pos­si­ble to con­fuse the num­ber of glass of the oven door, which is equal to two, because of which this struc­tur­al ele­ment can become very hot. And the man­u­fac­tur­er also used a fair­ly thin met­al, which is why the plate can “walk” a lit­tle.

Advantages

  • There is a grill and con­vec­tion;
  • You can clean the oven with steam;
  • Cute design;
  • Imple­ment­ed pro­tec­tion from chil­dren;
  • Not for­got­ten gas con­trol;
  • The oven has light­ing;
  • There is a timer;
  • Not very high cost;
  • Cast iron grills are easy to clean.

Flaws

  • The case is made of thin met­al;
  • The oven door con­sists of only two glass­es.

Electrolux EKK 96498 CW

Rat­ing: 4.8

Electrolux EKK 96498 CW

An excel­lent cook­er for those who are look­ing for a mod­ern mod­el. Four gas burn­ers are locat­ed here on an enam­eled hob. The met­al case of a plate is par­tial­ly paint­ed in white col­or. For con­trol, rotary switch­es are used, which are the most famil­iar and con­ve­nient. Also, the buy­er will def­i­nite­ly pay atten­tion to the pres­ence of the dis­play — with its help, a timer is imple­ment­ed here. And if this struc­tur­al ele­ment is not able to turn off gas burn­ers, then there is no such prob­lem with an elec­tric oven. Also, the user can pro­gram a delayed start of the oven.

The burn­ers on this stove come in three dif­fer­ent sizes. On top of them are cast-iron hold­ers, which are quite easy to clean. This mod­el also includ­ed gas con­trol. It will shut off the fuel sup­ply if the flame goes out for some rea­son. The Swedish man­u­fac­tur­er did not for­get about auto-igni­tion.

If we talk about the oven, then it deserves a pos­i­tive assess­ment. Its vol­ume has been increased to 58 liters. In total, 11 cook­ing modes are avail­able here, includ­ing steam­ing and grilling! The man­u­fac­tur­er also intro­duced a ther­mo­stat and light­ing. Also in the oven are found two enam­eled bak­ing sheets. Clean­ing is exclu­sive­ly tra­di­tion­al.

The dimen­sions of this stove are 85x60x60 cm. This means that it will not fit in every kitchen. But on the oth­er hand, the Elec­trolux prod­uct has a sig­nif­i­cant advan­tage, described by Evge­ny on Yandex.Market: “I was look­ing for exact­ly 60 cm wide, because I want­ed the dish­es to be placed freely on the stove. I am sat­is­fied with the pur­chase”. Final­ly, we note that the length of the com­plete wire reach­es 1.15 m.

Advantages

  • The elec­tric oven is sup­ple­ment­ed with a grill and steam sup­ply;
  • The oven glass is easy to clean;
  • There is light­ing inside the oven;
  • Excel­lent cast iron grills;
  • One of the burn­ers has a very high pow­er;
  • There is a timer;
  • Easy to learn con­trol;
  • Imple­ment­ed gas con­trol.

Flaws

  • No pro­tec­tion from chil­dren;
  • Tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing.

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Bosch HXA090I20R

Rat­ing: 4.7

Bosch HXA090I20R

The Ger­man com­pa­ny Bosch is known for its high-qual­i­ty house­hold appli­ances. Even rel­a­tive­ly inex­pen­sive devices, it gives good per­for­mance and a mem­o­rable design. For exam­ple, the com­bined cook­er HXA090I20R, although it received a white col­or, is some­how invis­i­bly dif­fer­ent from tra­di­tion­al appli­ances.

The con­trol pan­el here con­sists of six sil­ver switch­es. All of them are mechan­i­cal and rotary, as we are used to. There are four cast-iron grates on the enam­elled work sur­face. This is great, such a grate fits eas­i­ly even in the small­est dish­wash­er. Well, as for the burn­ers, they are gas. Impor­tant­ly, one of them belongs to the Dou­ble Crown type. Two rings of flame allow you to heat even a three-liter pan with­out spend­ing a lot of time on it. Of course, I would like to get the Triple Crown, but the absence of such a burn­er is explained by the not very high cost of the stove.

Of course, the man­u­fac­tur­er has not for­got­ten about gas con­trol. It is because of him that you need to get used to elec­tric igni­tion — the switch requires its hold­ing for one or two sec­onds, only after that it can be released. How­ev­er, only those who pre­vi­ous­ly owned a gas stove with­out elec­tric igni­tion and gas con­trol will have to get used to it.

Oth­er­wise, it is unlike­ly that it will be pos­si­ble to tell more about the hob. This is not glass ceram­ic, so scratch­es may occur in the future. Clean­ing this sur­face takes some time. It’s nice that cook­ing accord­ing to the recipe is no prob­lem — there is even a timer here. But his read­ings are not dis­played — he is sim­ply not here. And in gen­er­al, the very exis­tence of a timer is in ques­tion — it is indi­cat­ed in the tech­ni­cal spec­i­fi­ca­tions, but they do not talk about it in the reviews. In a word, if this moment is very impor­tant for you, then be sure to inspect the stove before buy­ing it in the store.

If you are inter­est­ed in the dimen­sions of this appli­ance, then they are 60x60x85 cm. It is clear that inside such a stove there should have been a place for a roomy oven. And indeed, its vol­ume is as much as 66 liters. Of course, the turkey is unlike­ly to fit here. But cook­ing the largest chick­en on an elec­tric grill is def­i­nite­ly not dif­fi­cult. A duck will also fit here, which many of the read­ers of this rat­ing have nev­er cooked. Anoth­er oven may be inter­est­ed in the pres­ence of con­vec­tion. It is thanks to her that the dish­es are baked as even­ly as pos­si­ble on all sides. The fan is also used to cool cooked food. At the same time, it is still rec­om­mend­ed to take out the bak­ing sheet in mit­tens — it is pos­si­ble that it still does not cool to a tol­er­a­ble tem­per­a­ture.

The rest of the com­po­nents of this cook­er are not sur­pris­ing at all. Her oven has a back­light, but it is also present in much less expen­sive stoves. There is also a draw­er for dish­es — also an indis­pens­able attribute of any rep­re­sen­ta­tive of our rat­ing. It remains to add that the tem­per­a­ture in the oven can reach 278 ° C.

Advantages

  • Famil­iar rotary switch­es;
  • There is a timer and clock;
  • Imple­ment­ed auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion;
  • There is a gas con­trol;
  • Very spa­cious oven
  • Not for­got­ten back­light;
  • There is an elec­tric grill;
  • Built-in con­vec­tion;
  • One of the burn­ers is of the Dou­ble Crown type;
  • Prac­ti­cal cast iron grills.

Flaws

  • Enam­eled work sur­face is not so con­ve­nient;
  • Not every­one will like the price.

Gorenje KC 5355 XV

Rat­ing: 4.7

Gorenje KC 5355 XV

Many com­bi­na­tion cook­ers have a famil­iar design. But not all con­sumers are look­ing for a white device that may seem bor­ing. If you are also look­ing for a plate with an uncon­ven­tion­al col­or, then take a look at the Goren­je KC 5355 XV. The body of this plate is made of stain­less steel. As a result, you have to admire the design of the device in sil­ver. But this is not only its main dis­tin­guish­ing fea­ture! Despite the pres­ence of the usu­al gas burn­ers here, the prod­uct received a glass-ceram­ic work sur­face. Yes, the traces of cook­ing on it are clear­ly vis­i­ble, but it is easy to clean — often you don’t even need to use any “chem­istry”!

This cook­er looks very mod­ern. And not only due to glass ceram­ics. She received con­ve­nient mechan­i­cal switch­es, between which there was a place for a black dis­play, the char­ac­ters on which are dis­played in white. There are also touch keys — they are usu­al­ly used to set the clock and timer. The dimen­sions of the appli­ance are 50x60x85 cm. With such dimen­sions, it was impos­si­ble to expect the appear­ance of the “Triple Crown” burn­er here. But the burn­ers avail­able here are quite enough for a com­fort­able heat­ing of food and its prepa­ra­tion.

Of course, the device received a full gas con­trol. The rest of the hob is unim­pres­sive. The oven is amaz­ing. The fact is that it has a 70-liter vol­ume. Only sig­nif­i­cant­ly wider gas stoves, which take up much more space in the kitchen, have a more spa­cious oven.

This oven is elec­tric. Inside it there is a grill, the skew­er for which does not need to be pur­chased sep­a­rate­ly. There is also con­vec­tion here, thanks to which hot air even­ly moves through all the insides. The man­u­fac­tur­er did not save on the door either. It con­sists of three thick glass­es, thanks to which you can count on min­i­mal heat­ing of its sur­face and han­dle. Not for­got­ten by engi­neers is the back­light, with­out which not a sin­gle stove can do now that can be con­nect­ed to the mains. The buy­er can only regret the clean­ing method, which is tra­di­tion­al here.

Per­haps this is one of the best cook­ers in our rank­ing. Seri­ous­ly, I real­ly don’t want to pick on her. One gets the impres­sion that the man­u­fac­tur­er has not for­got­ten about any­thing. Not about elec­tric igni­tion, not about a draw­er for dish­es, not about a styl­ish design.

Advantages

  • Excel­lent appear­ance;
  • Easy con­trol with rotary switch­es;
  • There is a timer and clock;
  • The door con­sists of three glass­es;
  • Huge vol­ume of the oven;
  • Imple­ment­ed auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion;
  • High-qual­i­ty cast-iron grills;
  • There are gas con­trol burn­ers;
  • There is a back­light;
  • Not very large;
  • There is an elec­tric grill and con­vec­tion.

Flaws

  • Tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing;
  • No Triple Crown burn­er.

GEFEST 5502–03 0045

Rat­ing: 4.6

GEFEST 5502-03 0045

Many of the plates includ­ed in our rat­ing are paint­ed in white or sil­ver. Only some mod­els have a dif­fer­ent col­or. For exam­ple, almost the entire body of GEFEST 5502–03 0045 is brown. We are not kid­ding! Inclu­sions of a dif­fer­ent col­or are only notice­able on the dish draw­er. Well, the markup on the con­trol pan­el is inscribed in white. Even the glass on the oven door is tint­ed in such a way that it looks brown!

The work­ing sur­face of this stove was made of tem­pered glass. This also sets the prod­uct apart from many com­peti­tors, both cheap­er and even more expen­sive. The dish­es are heat­ed using four gas burn­ers. One of them is very large, but it does not pro­vide a dou­ble or triple ring of flame. The dish­es are placed on cast-iron grates, the qual­i­ty of which has no com­plaints. Not for­got­ten by the man­u­fac­tur­er and gas con­trol — safe­ty above all!

The dimen­sions of this stove are 50x58.5x85 cm. It must be part­ly because of the reduced dimen­sions that the elec­tric oven received only 52 liters of vol­ume. But this para­me­ter is quite enough for most buy­ers. It’s nice that the grill is already sup­ple­ment­ed with a skew­er, you don’t need to buy it sep­a­rate­ly. There is also con­vec­tion. You can mon­i­tor cook­ing with­out open­ing the door — just acti­vate the back­light.

Per­haps this cook­er does not cause any par­tic­u­lar com­plaints. At a cost of 25 thou­sand rubles, she even got a timer, which looks amaz­ing! Not for­got­ten here, of course, and a box for dish­es.

Advantages

  • There is an auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion;
  • Con­ve­nient rotary switch­es;
  • There is a clock and a timer;
  • Com­pact dimen­sions;
  • There is an elec­tric grill;
  • There is a back­light in the oven;
  • Not very high cost;
  • Imple­ment­ed gas con­trol.

Flaws

  • Tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing;
  • No burn­er type “Triple Crown”;
  • The work sur­face can be dam­aged over time;
  • Such a dark design will not suit every­one.

Conclusion

This is the list of the best cook­ers. We tried to tell about all the vari­eties of such devices that cur­rent­ly exist. If your apart­ment is con­nect­ed to gas, then it is rec­om­mend­ed to pur­chase a gas mod­el — it will prac­ti­cal­ly not affect util­i­ty bills. Elec­tric stoves should be of inter­est to those who want to get a more func­tion­al device. The fact is that such devices are usu­al­ly equipped with a timer and an improved secu­ri­ty sys­tem. But their oven con­sumes too large amounts of elec­tric­i­ty. If this does not suit you, then you need to con­sid­er buy­ing a com­bined mod­el.

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Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.

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