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Frigidaire FGIH3047VF Gallery Series 30" Freestanding Electric Induction Range

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$1,179.00 - $50 mail-in rebate = $1,129

This is almost $600 more everywhere else.

Home Depot: $1,697.40
Lowes: $1699.00

This 30 in. Frigidaire Gallery Front Control Range is packed with time-saving features like True Convection, a 50% faster and easier to clean Induction Cooktop and Steam Clean. Plus, this range is the first on the market to offer Air Fry, at the touch of a button. Get faster, more even multi-rack baking with a powerful convection fan and third heating element that evenly circulates hot air throughout the oven.


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yeah cleanup is tons easier even over conventional glass top even. Since the top doesn't get hot, nothing really burns or bakes onto glass, spill some sauce no problems hour later it's still like it spilled out right over the burner. Yeah you'll get a bit from the hot pan contact but noting like our conventional cooktop before. And you can pretty much wipe it down right after. For sauces,etc i put paper towels under the pan then just toss them. Can do that with bacon too, cover the whole top. Just can't say high temp like that you can get the paper towels to brown.

Yeah cost here is the slide in, normal range much less. Surprised this is so expensive though, i think we paid around 1400 for the samsung and that was sorta when these things were getting new i thought, but it was during christmas around 3 years ago, i recall the Frigidaire being few hundred cheaper like 1100 or so. Time sure hasn't made the price drop but better deals are always during christimas time.
You clearly don't have an induction range. You and every induction marketing campaign ever are so full of dangerous wrong. Yes, the surface gets hot, it gets DAMN, blistering hot. Why don't you place a pot of boiling water over a plain glass plate for 10 minutes and see how hot that plate gets. Yes, it's "less" than an electric burner, but that's like saying it's less to get hit by a car than a semi.

I love my induction and I used to be a gas snob. The speed and instant temperature change control is awesome. I'll never go back. Btw, this is a great price for a mid-quality induction model.

Btw, it's phenomenal on cast iron, and also search on Cuisinart Classic 8" Stainless Steel Nonstick Skillet - It's like $25 and I use it all the time.
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Do you have a link to an example set? I have only found the Anolon Nouvelle [amazon.com] and Cuisinart [amazon.com] non-stick for skillets that are non-stick and induction compatible, but both of these are way more than 75 for a set. There is a cheap pan from Best Buy (Bella?) with the copper color of nonstick, but it is not very non-stick and the bottom is thin and not flat, so it doesn't work well.
T-Fal Professional is a good induction-compatible non-stick pan, though it has gotten more expensive of late. The best non-stick is cast iron, and that is always induction-compatible.
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i concur. cast iron cooks awesome on these, i don't have anyhting fancy just normal lodge or bobby flat whatever. for the induction pans, Cuisinart triply, and a few of our old non induction calphalon pieces that were induction ready. but lots of choices there from cheap, med to us stainless lots of induction ready these days.
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Is this truly worth the cost those of you that do have induction?? We currently have electric (but have a gas connection too) and a gas grill outside. I have an induction hot plate we use occasionally. I like how easy a smooth top range is to clean up and no gas but I like cooking on gas better.
Cooking on gas is great if you want to get fancy (e.g. flambe, fire roast, arroser, round-bottom wok, etc). Otherwise, induction is faster, cleaner, and safer.
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So about 2 1/2 years ago I bought a Frigidaire Gallery Refrigerator the thing is now dead. The customer service from this company is horrible. I'd say stay far away.
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... Surprised this is so expensive though, i think we paid around 1400 for the samsung and that was sorta when these things were getting new i thought, but it was during christmas around 3 years ago,.
Sorta new 3 years ago?

Not even close, the patent goes back over 100 years, a companies featured them as "kitchen of tomorrow" appliances in the 50's, although more mass-produced, commercial ones have only been around since 1970/80's. We bought our first house in '95 and did a full kitchen remodel and I remember considering them (but out of our budget)
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Edit: Due to our kitchen layout we needed either a downdraft unit or to install a hood from scratch. I'm pretty happy with our choice and would buy this again.
I'm in the same boat. Are you saying you didn't put in a drafting at all and went with this stove?
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You clearly don't have an induction range. You and every induction marketing campaign ever are so full of dangerous wrong. Yes, the surface gets hot, it gets DAMN, blistering hot. Why don't you place a pot of boiling water over a plain glass plate for 10 minutes and see how hot that plate gets. Yes, it's "less" than an electric burner, but that's like saying it's less to get hit by a car than a semi.

I love my induction and I used to be a gas snob. The speed and instant temperature change control is awesome. I'll never go back. Btw, this is a great price for a mid-quality induction model.

Btw, it's phenomenal on cast iron, and also search on Cuisinart Classic 8" Stainless Steel Nonstick Skillet - It's like $25 and I use it all the time.
Calm down there jimbo. I did say don't put a pan on high for 20 minutes...

Anyways here's a pic of of a small pan at full boil after 5 minutes and my hand on the burner.

the samsung burner eye candy. You'll forget about after a week.

I'll post back in another 15...
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So about 2 1/2 years ago I bought a Frigidaire Gallery Refrigerator the thing is now dead. The customer service from this company is horrible. I'd say stay far away.
So about 24 years ago I bought A frigidaire gallery set. The stove is still working. One burner a little wonky. The Refrigerator lasted
about 20 yrs. After a while I used it in the garage. Id say dont stay far away. As with anything comments can be anecdotal. And the crazy thing
when I got the stainless gallery sey\t It was steal and it had to wait for my house to finish being built. I kept the stuff in my warehouse I think almost a year before we ran anything.
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If you prefer to get it from Home Depot, they are not so picky about price matching other retailers via a chat session. Just provide the links.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/FRIGI.../311224897 [homedepot.com]
I can't seem to find the HD chat feature
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Calm down there jimbo. I did say don't put a pan on high for 20 minutes...

Anyways here's a pic of of a small pan at full boil after 5 minutes and my hand on the burner.

the samsung burner eye candy. You'll forget about after a week.

I'll post back in another 15...
still waiting...

but i got a thermopen here i'll measure for you. Now i don't immediately do this after a hot dry pan cook or something on high for a long time. But i immediately put stuff on it all the time.
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If you don't need air fry this is $897 from homedepot which isn't an awful price difference over standard flat top...

Model FGIF3036TF
https://www.homedepot.com/p/FRIGI.../302580321
I wish I knew about that one for 899. Looks like Best Buy matched that price and both Best Buy and Home Dept are sold out on that one. Cant find it anywhere for that price.
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I can't seem to find the HD chat feature
Me neither. I just called and got them to price match +$50 for the white glove option.
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still waiting...

but i got a thermopen here i'll measure for you. Now i don't immediately do this after a hot dry pan cook or something on high for a long time. But i immediately put stuff on it all the time.
Test complete. So right so 20 minutes it'll be good and hot around 129+ with the thermopen. so i'll give you that one. But the point of the marketing is not the surrounding area where the pan isn't and that is 100% correct for the most part. i put my hand on the burner after 10 while it was still boiling and it was moderately warm. Where the pan is yes, i'll give you that is hot. After just a few minutes i can put my hand where the pan is.

That's very different than an element burner....even under glass.
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Test complete. So right so 20 minutes it'll be good and hot around 129+ with the thermopen. so i'll give you that one. But the point of the marketing is not the surrounding area where the pan isn't and that is 100% correct for the most part. i put my hand on the burner after 10 while it was still boiling and it was moderately warm. Where the pan is yes, i'll give you that is hot. After just a few minutes i can put my hand where the pan is.

That's very different than an element burner....even under glass.

Just for the curious. After 5+ minutes the glasstop directly over the pan is in the 90's...just warm. Edit - i mean directly under where the pan was.
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