Wipe away cleaning time with the Induction Cooktop
Unlike traditional electric and gas cooktops, induction only heats the pan and the food in it, so the area around the pan stays cooler to the touch, allowing you to clean up spills and splatters while you cook.
Achieve better baking results with Convection Bake
Get faster, more even baking results with our fan convection baking system.
Get amazingly fast results with Induction
Induction boils water 50% faster than gas or electric cooktops. * 9" induction right front element, 6 qt./10" diameter pot, 1 qt. tepid water compared to 3000W 9" electric right front element and 18,000 BTU gas right front burner.
Maximize cooktop space with the Convenient Bridge Elements
Connects two elements to create a larger cooking surface, perfect for a griddle or large pan.
One-Touch Self Clean
A convenient 3 hour self clean cycle cleans your oven so you don't have to.
Induction's even heat delivers consistent results
Induction delivers steady, even heat across the surface of your pan so you get consistent results every time.
Safer Cooktop Surface
Induction heats your pan and the food in it, so the area around the pan stays cooler to the touch.
Extra Wide Store-More™ Storage Drawer
Our redesigned Store-More™ Storage drawer is now even wider - allowing you to store any unused oven racks or baking trays.
Extra Large Oven Capacity
Cook more at once with our extra large, 5.3 cu.ft. capacity oven.
Clean up is easier with Hidden Bake
Lower heating elements are beneath the oven floor, making for a smooth surface that is easy to clean.
Peace of Mind with the Frigidaire® Fit Promise
We promise that your new 30" Frigidaire front control range will fit your existing range cutout of the same width and configuration, or we will reimburse you up to one hundred dollars for professionally modifying the countertop. * Via mail-in rebate. See https://www.Frigidaire.com/FitPromise for additional information.
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.