Best Double Oven Ranges of 2019By James Aitchison, Lindsay D. Mattison, Kori Perten, and Jessica Teich, November 02, 2015, Updated March 22, 2019
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, starting with the Kenmore Elite 97723 (available at AppliancesConnection for $1,495.40). For more information on any given range, click through to read our full review.
Updated March 22, 2019
Where To Buy$1,495.40 AppliancesConnection Buy $1,497.60 Home Depot Buy $1,499.00 Abt Buy $1,709.99 Best Buy Buy
LG LDG4315STBest Overall
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. Read full review.
How We Tested
The ranges in this roundup were tested over a period of years, all adhering to the same careful procedures in a lab environment. We consider set-up and ease of use, cooking performance, and fit, finish & feel.
The cooking tests are, as you might expect, the most involved and the most heavily weighted part of the process. We use cake, cookies, toast, and pork roast as the food samples—always from the same source and prepared in exactly the same way. If an oven has a convection fan, we usually test with convection on and off. If it's a double oven, we usually test both upper and lower.
Read the super-detailed version of how we test ovens here.
Other Double Oven Ranges We Tested
Where To Buy$1,094.90 AppliancesConnection Buy $1,098.00 Home Depot Buy $1,099.00 Abt Buy $1,099.99 Best Buy Buy
We love the Samsung NE59M6850SS/AA electric range with convection. Its Flex Duo divider means it's three ovens in one package: It can function as a large, single oven, or you can simply slide in the divider to convert it into two smaller ovens for baking two things at once. This model also offers WiFi for remote preheat, two powerful burners, great low-heat simmering, and some of the best roasting we've ever tested. Read full review.
Where To Buy$1,294.70 AppliancesConnection Buy $1,297.80 Home Depot Buy $1,299.00 Abt Buy $1,299.99 Best Buy Buy
Unlike a typical dual-oven range, the Samsung NE59J7850WS allows you to divide the 5.9-cu.-ft. oven cavity in two on demand, offering a new level of adaptability. You can also bisect the door, but only when and if you choose. Along with the oven(s), the rangetop easily reaches searing heats or simmering lows. Whether you want to cook a Thanksgiving turkey or cook multiple meals at once, this range can fit your needs. Read full review.
Where To Buy$1,394.60 AppliancesConnection Buy $1,397.70 Home Depot Buy $1,399.00 Abt Buy $1,399.99 Best Buy Buy
The LG LDE4415ST is a fairly expensive double oven range with a great performing cooktop and two lackluster ovens. Each one turns out burnt and unevenly cooked baked goods (even on convection mode), but its rangetop can reach high and low temperatures with ease and boil water in a snap. Read full review.