KitchenAid KDRS467VSS Review: 36″ Commercial Style Dual-Fuel Range with 6 Burners Featured

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KitchenAid has long been a household name, but now the brand is taking on a new connotation.

KitchenAid KDRS467VSS Gas Range
The KitchenAid KDRS467VSS is one of the best value options available in commercial style ranges for the home.

While there once existed a major gap in the quality and capability of appliances for commercial kitchens where professional chefs whipped up exceptional culinary creations and appliances for home kitchens where families baked hearty casseroles, brands like KitchenAid are closing that gap. Home chefs can now bring professional-grade appliances into their homes and benefit from the same high quality materials and features on which their favorite celebrity chefs rely.

For example, the KitchenAid pro-style range features industrial style stainless steel, heavy cast iron burner grates, and large commercial-style knobs. However, the professional characteristics of the KitchenAid pro range run deeper than mere appearances. Behind the stainless steel exterior lies a 5.1 cubic foot oven with KitchenAid’s own trademarked Even-Heat True Convection System, which ensures consistent, even heating on three oven racks. The convection heating element has 1600 watts of power.

KitchenAid Continuous Burner Grates
Continuous grates make it easy to slide pans across the 6 powerful burners.

Above the spacious oven, the cooktop surface features not the standard four burners of many cooking ranges, but instead has six powerful burners, allowing home chefs to slide pots and pans from one burner to another to instantly change temperatures of sensitive dishes and sauces. In fact, this KitchenAid commercial range boasts two of the industry’s most potent burners. The front right and front left burners reach an astounding 20,000 BTUs. As one BTU heats a gallon of water by about 1°F, that’s quite a lot of heat. The right and left rear burners heat up to 15,000 BTUs. Just as importantly, this KitchenAid stainless steel stove also allows for the subtlest of simmers with no fear of flames flickering out. With KitchenAid, you get endless heat settings and a promise of consistency. You’re completely in control.

KitchenAid Gas Burner Design
KitchenAid’s precise gas burners allow for low simmering or up to 20,000 BTUs of searing heat.
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While this KitchenAid dual fuel stove allows the home chef to cook like a professional chef, it does so with gentle guidance and convenient features to make even the least confident home chef feel self-assured in the kitchen. For example, KitchenAid created a trademarked EasyConvect Time and Temperature Conversion System, so you never have to guess and wonder whether you’re using the right settings. No more peering into the oven hoping your work has not been in vain. Also, a glass-touch oven display with a user-friendly interface makes setting the oven simple, and the display is easy to wipe clean.

If KitchenAid is your brand of choice, you can enjoy professional quality in a familiar package, right in the comfort of your own home with the KitchenAid KDRS467VSS.

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