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    Default Recommend me a good oven pls

    I am in the market for a new oven and would like to know what everyone else has or recommend?

    I am looking for free stnading; electric oven with gas burner (maybe a griddle as well?)

    BTW - my budget is around $5k so nothing over that pls

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    I've only just started my search for an oven but Ilve have some nice freestanding ones for just over $3k.

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    thanks lucyb - if you find anything good can u let me know?

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    Absolutely. If you share too?!

    We're wavering between going freestanding or having a separate cooktop and oven.

    I like that freestanding tends to give a bigger oven for your money, but I also like the idea of an induction cooktop.

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    yeh i am also thinking about induction, but not sure really? my hubby is oldschool and wants gas and I am unsure?

    DH wants a falcon -which apparently is like an old school oven? I don't know if I want to go oldschool or super modern steam oven type thing


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    I recommend gas... I have an electric (non-induction) and honestly, I really, really want to change but the cost makes it a no-go for us.

    It's now the #2 thing on a list for a new house (#1 being a 3+ car garage for DP )

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    I mean where did all these choices come from?! Just give me two to choose from!

    I like the idea of induction because DD likes to cook with me, but at the same time she's good with not touching and DH loves the industrial loon of a big freestanding oven.

    And I do agree it will suit our house, but is it a better investment to go smaller oven and induction cooktop? Argh!

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    yeh i haven't used induction - only gas so im not sure?

    for me i would always go a better oven and settle for gas if it came down to it.

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    DH just picked the one he wants - $9k

    I coudl buy a car for that much!!!

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    Yikes!


 

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