Best Double Oven RangesBy Reviewed.com Staff
The benefits of a double oven range are undeniable. Whether you often find yourself cooking large meals for friends and family, or you just want to be able to roast a chicken and bake a cake at the same time, a double oven range is the way to go.
Luckily, we're experts when it comes to testing ovens of all types, and we've got your back if you're in the market to double down on your baking, roasting, and broiling capacity.
So, without further ado, here are our five favorite double oven ranges available for you to buy today. For more information on any given range, click through to read our full review.
Updated February 04, 2016
If you're looking for a versatile cooking appliance, the Kenmore Elite 97723 freestanding electric range with a double oven is a pretty great place to start. It's split into two identical 3.5-cubic-foot capacity ovens—with true convection in each cavity—a temperature probe, a tri-ring burner, and a warming zone. Throw in five burners—each designed for a different purpose—and you've got an extremely capable appliance.
Where To Buy$2,199.99 Sears Buy
The 30-inch, 5-burner LDG4315ST double oven gas range offers 6.9 cubic feet of total oven space. The 4.3 cubic-foot bottom oven is equipped with LG's ProBake convection technology, which moves the heating element to the back and resulted in outstanding baking quality. Plus, both ovens can be cleaned in 10 minutes using LG's EasyClean Express cycle.
Where To Buy$1,294.70 AppliancesConnection Buy $1,302.00 Home Depot Buy $1,709.99 Best Buy Buy $1,299.00 Lowe's Buy
If you just want more real estate to cook with, then the Kenmore 97613 might be the perfect fit for your kitchen. Featuring two identical 3.6 cu.-ft. ovens and a plain, but capable, rangetop, the 97613 can handle most of your cooking needs. It doesn't break any new ground when it comes to looks, though. There's a nice touch of stainless steel, but otherwise this is a basic range that just happens to have two ovens.