The 8 Best Dual Fuel Ranges
This wiki has been updated 10 times since it was first published in November of 2018. The advantage of a dual-fuel range is its versatility. In a fully equipped kitchen, that may mean combining instantly adjustable and infinitely variable flames on top with the even heat distribution of a convection oven below. Larger models often incorporate additional cooking facilities such as dual ovens, broilers, or griddles, while others can be converted to use LPG. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
January 28, 2021:
Providing precise temperature control, these dual fuel ranges are ideal for large family kitchens and commercial properties alike. They feature convection ovens that use electric elements and fans to circulate the heat evenly throughout the interior, while their gas burners allow you to alter the temperature immediately making them more responsive and more efficient than electric cooktops.
Choosing the most suitable range for your kitchen will depend on several factors. The largest options such as the Cosmo DFR486G, the Thor Kitchen 6-Burner, and the Zline RA48 have dual ovens with separate heat controls, allowing you to cook different types of food simultaneously, and have large stovetops with six burners along with a griddle or hotplate. More compact options like the Smeg Portofino and the Thor Kitchen 4-Burner have fewer functions, but take up less valuable space, and therefore would be a better choice for smaller kitchens or less demanding workloads.
November 08, 2018:
Included gas and electric combinations for home kitchens, as well as camp stoves compatible with more than one type of fuel, such as butane, propane or gasoline.