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Cosmo 48" 5.8 cu. ft. Double Oven Dual Fuel Range w/ 6 Sealed Burners in Stainless Steel $4300 + Free Delivery *in stock again

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Cosmo Commercial-Style 48 in. 5.8 cu. ft. Double Oven Dual Fuel Range w/ 6 Sealed Burners in Stainless Steel (COS-DFR486G) for $4299.99. Delivery is free. Notes: limit 1 per order
  • Large double oven: a primary 3.97 cu. ft. capacity electric oven and a second 1.87 cu. ft. capacity oven
  • 6 sealed burners: 18,000 BTU x 2, 13,000 BTU, 2 x 8,500 BTU and 4,200 BTU and 13,000 BTU Griddle
  • Convection oven features dual convection fans for faster, even cooking
  • Dual ovens are equipped with halogen lighting for easy monitoring
  • Primary Oven has 5 functions : Convection Broil, Turbo Bake, Convection Bake, Bake, Broil
  • Removable backsplash allows this range stove to be used as both for freestanding or slide-in installation
  • Oven cavity cooling ventilation System for safe heat dissipation; our dual fuel range is designed with safety in mind and features overheating protection and a cool-to-touch oven handle to prevent burns
  • Freestanding gas range with double oven comes standard for natural gas. Optional Liquid Propane Conversion Kit (sold separately)
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Created 04-06-2020 at 12:26 PM by rsvpd
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Limited to 1 per order is a deal breaker
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It doesnt build into the cabinet, so kind of awkward depending on kitchen style. You can run a restauraunt with this beast tho
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Would avoid spending $4,300 on an appliance from a company that has only existed for a year and half. They only offer a 2 year warranty, but there is very little guarantee they will even exist as a company 2 years from now or will have replacement parts available when they close shop. They don't even make anything themselves, it is simply a storefront for a Chinese manufacturer.

If you're going to be spending that much, stick to a brand you know will exists in a year or two from now. Wolf, Viking, Blue Star, Thermador, Dacor, Capital, ect. There are tons of well established and trusted brands that will be around 10 years from now if you need a replacement part.
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Atleast I know what is a good price for these ranges.

i live in an area where people either favor electric ranges or go cheap on the kitchen and some homes have everything gas except the kitchen.

I have a question, does anyone know if a home has only a "gas fireplace" and "gas heating" but the kitchen is electric, do you think it is possible to remove the electric range and put in a gas range? if so how is this done? would i have to contact the gas supplier to extend?

thanks in advance,
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Atleast I know what is a good price for these ranges.

i live in an area where people either favor electric ranges or go cheap on the kitchen and some homes have everything gas except the kitchen.

I have a question, does anyone know if a home has only a "gas fireplace" and "gas heating" but the kitchen is electric, do you think it is possible to remove the electric range and put in a gas range? if so how is this done? would i have to contact the gas supplier to extend?

thanks in advance,
absolutely, if you already have gas service in the house then a plumber can run gas to where your range is and you can get a gas range. In fact you can look behind your range and you may be surprised to see a gas line already in placebut not used.
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absolutely, if you already have gas service in the house then a plumber can run gas to where your range is and you can get a gas range. In fact you can look behind your range and you may be surprised to see a gas line already in placebut not used.
thanks. i feel more confident that, when shopping for homes, its not longer a deal-breaker.
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Imagine having that in a patio EEK! can you attach a propane tank?
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I agree with the other poster in terms of other much more established and higher quality brands being available at better prices. This chinese knockoff is a lower quality "pro-sumer" oven.

They're cutting corners on everything from the heat output of the burners, to selling this model as duel-fuel when it required a separate kit in order to be used with LP, to the thickness of the griddle plate. A 2 year warranty??? Honestly?

Overall, this is a range for someone who doesn't need the performance of a commercial unit but wants the vibe of being someone who needs the performance of a commercial unit.
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How many HDMI ports does it have?
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What a bad ass range. Need a wide hood for that sucker
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Imagine having that in a patio https://static.slickdealscdn.com/images/smilies/eek.gif can you attach a propane tank?
LNG and LP are pretty much interchangeable as far as fuels go. You just have to change the orifice. Propane burns a little hotter too so adjust your cooking techniques accordingly.

BIL has an old oven in the garage that he swapped orifices and runs it off a propane tank. He only uses it at Thanksgiving when 10 dishes need to be in the oven at once.
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