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  • About the Samsung NY63T8751SS Flex Duo Range

  • What we like

  • Related content

  • What we don’t like

  • Warranty

  • What owners are saying

  • Should you buy the Samsung NY63T8751SS Flex Duo Range?

This 30-inch, slide-in range features dual fuel capabilities: a gas cooktop paired with an electric oven. The design of the oven itself is also dual in its own right—use the 3.4-cubic-foot upper and 2.7-cubic-foot lower ovens separately when a ceramic divider is inserted, or together as one large 6.3-cubic-foot cooking space.

As an appliance, the model is well-built, featuring stainless steel, a digital display, gliding racks, and heavy grates that are easy to clean and remove. The front-right burner also features copper detailing.

The unit also comes complete with extra features including an air fry tray, reversible cast-iron griddle, a wok grate, and a temperature probe.

About the Samsung NY63T8751SS Flex Duo Range

Left: the Samsung NY63T8751SS in a kitchen with blue cabinets. Right: a pot sits on the burner
Credit: Samsung

The Samsung NY63T8751SS is an attractive range, and one that would be a showpiece in any kitchen.

  • Dimensions: 37” x 30” x 28.68” (H x W x D)
  • Capacity: 6.3 cubic feet
  • Finishes: Stainless steel, black stainless steel
  • Number of burners: 5
  • Number of oven racks: 1 upper, 2 lower
  • Number of oven rack positions: 7 total when used as a single oven; 3 upper, 3 lower when split
  • Oven features: Steam Self-Clean, True Convection, Convection Conversion, Air Fry, Dehydrate, Sabbath Mode (single oven mode only)
  • User manual: Samsung NY63T8751SS

What we like

The five burners on the Samsung NY63T8751SS range.
Credit: Samsung

The cooktop features five burners, including a center burner that can be used with the included griddle attachment.

It’s designed beautifully

Aesthetics alone make this range stand out. It features sleek lines, hefty cast-iron grates, and oven racks that glide effortlessly. The construction is clean and uniform, giving this unit a high-quality feel.

The cooktop features five burners and ample space—even griddle and wok grate accessories—to make the most out of every inch. Configure it based on your needs and rest assured that even a stovetop full of holiday dishes cooking simultaneously won’t feel crowded. And, because the grates go edge to edge, you can slide pots and pans around to make room.

The digital display and knobs that glow blue when a burner is on are also a nice touch.

It has smart capabilities

Using Samsung’s SmartThings app, you can monitor the NY63T8751SS from afar, adjusting the temperature and cook time from your phone. It’s also voice-enabled, so you can use Alexa, Google, or Bixby to do some of the work for you.

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The digital Smart Dial that controls the oven settings can also learn your cooking preferences over time to become even more intuitive.

What we don’t like

Three rows of sugar cookies with uneven baking—darker in the middle and lighter on the edges
Credit: Reviewed

In our tests, cookies baked inconsistently, with the center of the tray getting more heat and producing a darker bake than the edges.

Oven performance is inconsistent

While the standard baking option produced evenly cooked pork and pizza dough, the convection baking didn’t have as much success when it came to french fries and sugar cookies.

When we tested the Air Fry mode per the manufacturer instructions, we got mixed results. First we used fries on a standard dark cookie sheet. Results were evenly cooked; however, they were pale and undercooked as a whole. Using the air fry tray that comes included with the range produced different, but not better, results. The fries in this case were uneven across the tray, with many fries very much overdone.

The oven also struggled in the cookie test, with convection mode producing unevenly baked cookies within a single tray, and wildly unevenly baked cookies between the two trays cooked simultaneously.

Adjusting to the oven would take practice and patience—but at such a high price point we expect better results.

Boil times are slow

This range features five burners, one in each of the four corners and an oval-shaped burner in the center that can be fit with the cast-iron griddle. In testing, we timed how long it took each to reach a boil when topped with the same amount of water.

After 35 minutes, three of those five boilers timed out, never reaching the 212°F mark needed. The other two burners were able to reach a boil in approximately 3 and 18 minutes, respectively. While a 3-minute boil is more than impressive, users would be confined to using that one burner or waiting over half an hour using some of the others.

Warranty

The Samsung NY63T8751SS has a limited warranty for one year, parts and labor. This is standard for a range.

What owners are saying

The Samsung NY63T8751SS has an average 4.6-star rating out of 5 across major retailers. Users applaud its smart features, as well as its Air Fry mode that eliminates the need for a separate appliance on the counter. The majority of reviews are positive, but at least one user notes the need to cut recipe cook times in half to adjust for temperature performance, and the fact that the digital controls can send unwanted alerts to a phone if bumped during cooking.

Should you buy the Samsung NY63T8751SS Flex Duo Range?

No

Aesthetically, this range is the tops, and it’s constructed well enough to make us think it will look this good for years to come. However, we expect any range—especially one at this price point—to be able to back up those good looks with performance. The Flex Duo double oven feature is great in theory for the home cook who needs to multitask, but someone who is that interested in cooking multiple dishes at once won’t appreciate inconsistent results.

For dual fuel, you’d be better served choosing the Kenmore KSDB900ESS, or considering some of the other best ranges we’ve tested.

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Meghan Kavanaugh

Meghan Kavanaugh

Executive Editor, Home & Labs

Meghan Kavanaugh is an executive editor at Reviewed, overseeing coverage of home and accessibility topics, as well as lab and building operations. A career journalist and editor with more than 10 years of experience, she cut her teeth in community journalism before moving to lifestyle publications and then digital media. In her spare time, you can find her crafting and cooking, to varying degrees of success.

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