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Frigidaire Induction Range Reviews with Features and Prices

Posted by Todd Buehler on May 28, 2020 9:00 AM
Todd Buehler

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Induction ranges are interesting and different. These ranges are increasing in popularity and many consumers are seeking to learn more about them. If you are researching new ranges and considering an induction range, you should check out the Frigidaire induction range options.  If you are looking for American-built quality, Frigidaire should definitely be on your list. 

For more about the benefits and drawbacks of induction cooking, read our article, What is Induction Cooking? - Is it right for your kitchen? 

For over 85 years, Frigidaire has been manufacturing products across North America. From coil elements to radiant glass to the newest induction glass top, Frigidaire has planted firm roots in our lives and kitchens. They currently offer two incredibly affordable induction ranges starting at $999, which we'll review below.

 

Frigidaire currently offers an induction range in their value-priced Frigidaire line and nicely featured Frigidaire Gallery line, as well as induction cooktops. Frigidaire often participates in holiday sales and promotions, so you may be able to find these models for less than the typical retail price throughout the year. Check out our video below to see a demonstration of a Frigidaire induction range in action!

 

 

 

Let's take a look at two leading Frigidaire induction range models that you should consider for your next purchase - we'll start with the model from Frigidaire's main line.

 

Frigidaire FFIF3054TS Induction Range Review - $1,099 MSRP

The Frigidaire FFIF3054TS induction cooktop electric range with a 5.4 cubic foot self-cleaning oven is one of the cheapest induction ranges available - other ranges with induction start at the $2,000 range. This amazingly quick cooking surface has the ability to heat and boil water 50% faster than the average electric cook top. The variable heat settings are very accurate and are the most similar experience to working with a gas cooking surface that you'll find in an electric induction range. It's easy to clean thanks to the smoothtop design and two-hour self-cleaning oven cycle. 

This 30" freestanding range allows you to sear steaks, crisp the bread for sandwiches, melt chocolate or simmer sauces with the precise temperature control of induction. Dial in your desired power level and this unit will maintain the necessary heat setting. Since induction heats your cookware and not your kitchen, less energy is lost throughout the cooking process. Auto pan size detection allows multiple sizes of cookware to be used.

This model is available in stainless steel at $1,099 or black stainless steel, model FFIF3054TD  also at $1,099.

 

Frigidaire FFIF3054TS - $1,099 MSRP - CLICK HERE FOR CURRENT PRICING

Frigidaire Induction Range FFIF3054TS

 

 

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Frigidaire GCRI3058AF Review - Induction Range with Air Fry - $1,299 MSRP

If you are looking for a model with more features, check out the Frigidaire induction range model GCRI3058AF. This is a Gallery Series induction model that includes True Convection in its 5.4 cubic foot oven as well as Air Fry technology. The oven comes with two standard racks and seven rack positions. The 3,500W baking and 3,900W broil elements work together to rapidly produce your desired temperature selections. This convection system utilizes a rear wall-mounted fan assembly and an additional heating element to circulate hot air to bake and brown 20-25% faster and more evenly than traditional baking methods. The convection is key to air frying, too - high heat and lots of air movement help achieve that crispy crust we all love!

The induction cooking surface has the ability to auto detect the size of the pan or pot that you use, immediately taking guesswork out of the equation. No stressing over spills and boil-overs as the top simply does not generate heat, therefore food will not burn and adhere to the glass. The pan is now the element and will hold true temperatures for as long as you need it.  Whether you want to simmer, boil, sear, or saute, induction cooking is much more accurate than traditional heating elements.

Available in stainless steel at $1,299 and black stainless steel, Model GCRI3058AD at $1,399. Check it out in person if you can! If you are interested in learning more about Frigidaire Black Stainless, click here to read our in-depth article! 

For a more high-end look, Frigidaire also makes slide-in ranges with induction cooking and Air Fry starting at $1,999 - see model FGIH3047VF.

 

Frigidaire Gallery GCRI3058AF - $1,299 - CLICK HERE FOR CURRENT PRICING

Frigidaire GCRI3058AF Induction Range 

 

RECOMMENDED ARTICLE:  Choosing The Best Range - 6 Step Guide!

 

We hope you enjoyed these reviews of two great Frigidaire induction range options. Besides being easy to clean, an induction cook top ensures you'll always have accurate temperatures without heating up the whole house! Check out our Electrolux induction range and cooktop reviews for more great examples of induction technology!

Let us know how your experience goes if you end up purchasing one of these products. We'd love to hear from you!

 

Editor's Note: This blog was originally written in November of 2017 and has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy as of the publication date noted above.

Topics: Ranges, Frigidaire

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