Keeping your cooktop clean has never been easier
Unlike traditional electric and gas cooktops, Induction only heats the pan and the food in it, so the area around the pan stays cooler, allowing you to clean up spills and splatters while you cook.
Delicious results, every time with Dual Fan Convection
Get faster, more even multi-rack baking with powerful dual convection fans that circulate hot air throughout the oven cavity.
Get amazingly fast results with Induction
With induction, heat transfers directly to the cookware bypassing the cooktop surface, making induction incredibly fast.
Bright, backlit LED Knobs
Backlit LED knobs light up when the cooktop is in use.
Take the guesswork out of cooking with the Temperature Probe
The Temperature Probe monitors and alerts when the desired finished cooking temperature has been reached.
Convenient Bridge Elements
Connects two elements to allow for simultaneous control, perfect for a griddle pan.
One Hour Steam Clean
Keep your oven looking and operating at its best with the fast Steam Clean cycle that's chemical and odor-free.
Soft-close oven door
Soft-close hinges gently guide the oven door to a closed position.
Better access to your meals with the Glide Rack
Our extending Glide Rack makes it easier to monitor and lift your food out of the oven.
Safer Cooktop Surface
Induction heats your pan and the food in it, so the area around the pan stays cooler.
More Efficient Way to Cook
Use less energy while you cook with energy-efficient induction technology which heats the pan directly so less heat loss in the cooking process.
Smudge-Proof® Stainless Steel
Resists fingerprints and cleans easily.
Induction is compatible with most cookware
Most stainless steel and cast iron cookware is compatible with induction elements. An easy rule of thumb: if a magnet sticks to the bottom of the cookware, it s induction-friendly. * Pan performance may vary based on cookware material and quality.
Product complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act.* * When properly installed, meets the appliance standards in the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Guidelines as published by the United States Access Board on June 23, 2004, as amended August 5, 2005.