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LG LSE3090ST 30″ Stainless Steel Smoothtop Electric Slide-In Range – Convection
Buy LG LSE3090ST 30″ Slide-in Electric Range now! With 4 Radiant Elements and 3 Oven Racks 5.4 cu. ft. Convection Oven with IntuiTouch Control System Dual-Power Element.
Design & Usability
Ready for liftoff? We think this 4.5-cubic-foot range has just enough of a futuristic vibe to double as a spaceship for Calvin and Hobbes—although playing in an oven is a bad idea, even for Spaceman Spiff.
That retro-futuristic aesthetic is the result of sharp edges, sleek stainless steel, and a generally minimalist design. The interior of the oven, like so many others, is coated in a yet another lovely shade of cobalt blue.
There’s also a self-clean cycle to keep that beautiful blue interior looking bright.
This rangetop will do everything you need and do it well, but the burners have some quirks at high heat that concern us.
The two front burners (with the dual-ring burner set to its 9-inch ring) were the fastest, both bringing six cups of water to a boil in under six minutes.
We love to see at least two burners on a rangetop with this kind of speed, for those times when we want to boil potatoes and pasta without skipping a beat.
Other cooking zones took more than ten minutes to boil six cups, so we’d recommend sticking to the front burners whenever possible.
Our maximum temperature test found some issues with the front burners. The 9-inch front left burner reached a high of 810°F, which is hotter than any home cook has need for. Because it’s located on the front of the range, you should be careful not to let it get too hot.
In a strange contrast, the front right burner failed to hit temperatures above 472°F. Users will have to keep in mind the fact that turning that left burner up all the way will get you almost twice as much heat as turning up that right burner.
Both back burners, as well as the front left burner’s inner ring, found their highest temps in a very respectable range of 636°F to 698°F. It might be easiest and safest to stick to these burners when you’re cooking something over high heat.
The results of our low temp cooking test were far more consistent, with all cooking zones hitting their lowest temps between 90°F and 140°F. That’s good for simmering sauces and soups.
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