Best ranges & ovens according to redditors

We found 57 Reddit comments discussing the best ranges & ovens. We ranked the 41 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Ranges, Ovens & Cooktops:

u/ShinePale · 3 pointsr/Lighting

It looks like this is the light in question. They make a "yellow" light for the same hood, which seems like it would be more to your liking. Check it out. From the picture, it looks like you can just remove the set screws and swap the new lights in with the quick connect cables.

As always, even with low voltage, I recommend turning the power off at the breaker before you touch anything.

u/ManBearPig2024 · 3 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Amazon is a great example to use because Amazon doesn't make most of the products you see on there, they just sell the stuff.

People are demanding cheaper merchandise (via their purchasing decisions) which is why you see the cheap stuff taking over.

This should put to rest the argument that manufacturers are conspiring to sell cheap crap. On Amazon, the expensive stuff is still there too, but most people just like buying the cheapest crap possible.

There is no conspiracy- it's just people's buying decisions. People are getting fake SD cards because they're trying to buy a 256 GB card for $10.

u/kLOsk · 2 pointsr/Pizza

Wow really? How?I mean here in japan those run at only 1500w? Which is really barely enough for a cake. In europe all our ovens run at 400v and run at about 3kw and theyre still smaller than the beasts you have in the US?
Looking at amazon, those are all 240v in US:

u/machinehead933 · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

This cooktop is the most powerful one you can get that you can plug into a standard 120v / 15-20A circuit that you'll find in US homes. By all accounts, it would be difficult to brew a full 5G batch with this cooktop, but it would be fine for mashing. You can probably do full 2.5G batches without issue, however.

There are more powerful induction cooktops, but once you get past the 1800W mark you will likely need a 220v circuit. If you have one available to you, there are more powerful induction cooktops that you could probably do full 5G batches with, but they start getting pretty pricey.

u/NowhereAtAll · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

I've used this one for 90 bucks for a year and I like it a lot. I ferment in 3 gallon carboys so my batch size is normally 2.75 gallons. I'll boil anywhere from 3.75 to 4.5 gallons on the burner and frequently do full volume BIAB mashes in a 6.5 gallon pot.

I will warn you, it won't hold a good boil on those volumes without a lid, but it will hold a decent boil with it cracked open a few inches. If that bothers you're probably going to need a more powerful unit. After running a bunch of tests and getting feedback from others at home brew club meetings a vented boil doesn't concern me.

It takes about 30 minutes to heat water to strike temp and about 30 more to get it to a boil after the mash at those volumes. I think it could drive a 5+ gallon boil if you're willing to wait. My brew days aren't that rushed so I don't mind.

It's mega-cheap(running a 1800w burner for 2.5 straight hours costs me 60 cents), it's consistent, and it puts off extremely little heat since all the heat is coming from the bottom of the kettle, so brewing indoors when you don't want to be outside is an option. If I was going to upgrade, it would be for a larger induction burner or an e-kettle. I don't think I'd go to propane or gas if I had an electric choice.

u/sanka · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

Is your pot magnetic? If so you can use a portable induction cooktop. Bonus, you can use it inside.

u/baschmidt903 · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I have a Z Line 36 inch hood that is reasonable. The highest settings are a little loud but like somebody above said you don't use that setting often. It was easy enough to put up as well.

u/isabelladangelo · 2 pointsr/unpopularopinion

Here is your stereotypical American Oven/Range combo. We just put in the temp in F and hit bake. You can also set the timer - there isn't anything more to it.

I've used the both setting and it seems to heat up the oven too much - that's when things get burnt on the outside but still liquid in the middle. I normally try to half and half it - the first 30 minutes from the bottom of the oven and then switch it to the top but I need to watch the oven way more carefully than an American oven would require.

u/thephenom · 2 pointsr/Cooking

This, the hot pot pot is more or less only used for hot pot purpose. It doesn't need to be anything fancy. If you're going to spend $30+ on a hot pot pot, you might as well get the rosewill combo link Extra induction stove for $20.

u/MrLeek_MaDeek · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

Due to my stoves output I required a high cfm vent hood. This is what I’m trying to install and it’s Pretty quiet even at max speed

u/Crazystevo93 · 1 pointr/AskElectronics

Nice, I originally looked at this one

But I may buy a cheaper one to get started with

u/PhreakyByNature · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

Yup; I'm from the UK and bought one of these for my travel to Australia - I already have European adapters, but this is universal. It will work in the UK, Europe, Australia, Asia etc - It says the US too and I can't see why not, but one reviewer couldn't get it to work in the US - which isn't a problem for you as you live there. It was balanced in the plugs and I have brought it with me from the UK this time to Portugal also.

My 6P charger plugs straight in and charges rapidly, so a converter with your regular charger is all you need.

Finally, a pro-tip about adapters like this - Only buy one and get a compact extension lead for other devices -works out much more useful as you're not tied to various plug points - also this one has type c built in! Mine didn't!

u/berelentless1126 · 1 pointr/Plumbing

That’s good information! Thank you very much. I did a lot of searching but wasn’t able to find out the composition of each.

This is what I got.

The manual says it can be used for NG or LPG and it came with extra parts to convert. Does orifice refer to the connection for the gas supply or is that where the gas comes out at the burner?

u/santacfan · 1 pointr/Cooking

It’s got horrible reviews though.

Basically anything that is going to stand up to repeated heat cycles like that and not break down quickly is going to be a super expensive space age material or just another glass top that you set on top of your glass top.

u/JayWTBF · 1 pointr/DIY

Here is the product I bought.
The only question and answer is does it come with a regulator. One answer is yes and one answer is no.

METAWELL 30" Black Titanium Plated Stainless Steel 5 Burner Built-in Stoves NG Gas Hob Cooktops Cooker

u/francis2559 · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

If you prefer yellow to white, you can try this.

I just searched amazon for the model number. If that clip works you should be good even without solder.

Edit: read the reviews carefully, lots of comments saying it goes too far the other way.

u/megagreg · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

> I know nothing of electrical.

Leave them the way they are then.

Electrical stuff isn't overwhelmingly difficult, and with only 12V, you're not likely to hurt yourself, but it's easy to end up with no light at all if you do the wrong thing. Also the light appears to (maybe) be potted in #2, which means that even if you understand the electrical part, there may be other considerations for harsh environments that might not occur to you.

Is there a connector on the wire? Would this yellow light be a suitable replacement? I wouldn't consider unplugging one light and plugging in another "electrical work".

u/geerlingguy · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

This is the range hood I bought (, and it says it has a built in grease filter (which is fitted before the fan unit); assuming it works effectively, that risk seems like it would be mitigated.

u/Rock2D2 · 1 pointr/BBQ

Bought from amazon:

KOBE CHX3830SQB-2 Brillia 30-inch Under Cabinet Range Hood, 3-Speed, 650 CFM, LED Li...

u/wahlb3rg · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

I do 3 gallons AG batches on a Max Burton 6200 and it works great. My pre-boil volume comes in around 3.75 gallons and boils off down to 3 in 60 minutes. No problems holding a rolling boil.

u/Lemonoidal · 1 pointr/tea

What's your budget?

I used to have a glass kettle, but I kept catching my hands on the glass and in the end switched to this kettle. You can choose a temp between 50, 60, 70, 80, 85, 90, 95 and 100 degrees. I've had it for two years and the handle is nice and sturdy. It's definitely the best kettle I've had so far.

u/GeneralZiltoid · 1 pointr/tea

This one right: ?

It kinda bothers me that it has plastic on it. If I'm spending that much on a kettle I kinda want there to be no plastic touching the water.

u/jwraptor · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

My parents bought something similar for my grandparents, they frequently forget to close the stove. So they use induction stove with auto shutoff (when it reaches a certain temperature).

No wifi, but similar purpose. I'm sure you can find one with wifi and auto shut off.

u/clearwind · 1 pointr/AskReddit

If you can get an induction heater, and a toaster oven you would be able to cook almost anything in your dorm.

u/thehumble_1 · 1 pointr/castiron

Z Line KB-36 Stainless Steel Wall Mount Range Hood, 36-Inch

u/redditguysays · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

Hood - Z Line GL2i-42 Stainless Steel Island Mount Range Hood, 42-Inch:


u/Vlad_the_Homeowner · 1 pointr/homeautomation


I just had a Z-line put in and was considering doing the same thing. But I've got my hands full at the moment so I probably won't get to it for a few weeks at least. Hope you find a good solution.

u/dagtastic · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

Induction Heaters.

Other than that, I would buy grain and hops to make more beer