Bertazzoni Dual Fuel Range: Stylish and Efficient

Bertazzoni Dual Fuel Range: Stylish and Efficient

Range Govindan
Sep 14, 2009

If you spend a lot of time over your stove, you might consider getting a dual fuel cooking range instead. Sure, stoves work well, but if you want something that will let you cook for more guests, without remortgaging your house, then Bertazzoni ranges might be for you.

What's really interesting is that these dual fuel cooking ranges come complete with a convection oven. Bertazzoni isn't new to this market. They've been in the business for almost 250 years. Their ranges come with up to six gas burners ,an integrated griddle and an electric convection oven. Most cooking ranges that we've seen don't have ovens. We like how this is an almost self-contained unit, adding functionality by having a convection oven. They come in a variety of colors, from stainless steel to different hues of green and red. That being said, there are other companies that make dual fuel cooking range, from Maytag to Cannon.

All this style comes at a steep price. The Bertazzoni Dual Fuel Range starts at around $4,000 for the 30" model which has 4 burners. If you've got the money, this definitely is an interesting range to get. Seeing that it doubles as an electric convection oven, you'll be saving money on buying one appliance. It offsets the price a little bit. For about $1,500 less, you could get the Cannon Dual Fuel range. A dual fuel cooking range is still largely considered a high-end kitchen appliance.

[via Appliancist]

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