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Best gas ranges for 2022

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The best gas ranges will produce delicious meals for every occasion, especially if you enjoy cooking up a storm. The best gas ranges will provide the correct heat and temperature to evenly-cook your meals each time. This way, you won't have to worry about overcooked or undercooked dishes. What's more, keen bakers will benefit from the perfect crisp for their cakes and bakes 

But with so many gas ranges on the market, it can often be challenging to know which type will suit your lifestyle and cooking needs. Do you want a slide-in or freestanding gas range? If you're catering for a large family, it's worthwhile looking at  the size and any convenient features.  If you want to splash out, you may prefer a smart-enabled range with Alexa or Google Assistant features to make life much easier. There is a gas range to suit every budget. 

To help you decide, we've rounded up a great selection of the best gas ranges right now.

If you don't have gas, check out our picks for the best electric ranges. Alternatively, if it's time to give your range a clean, check out how to clean cast iron stove grates.

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What are the best gas ranges?

After extensive research, not to mention first-hand experience, we can strongly recommend the GE Café CGB500P2MS1 as the best gas range overall. It’s easy on the eye with pro touches, offers great versatility and excels in baking. It’s not the cheapest, but it’s the best option for anyone who cares about aesthetics as much as performance.  

If you constantly struggle for space in your oven, then we suggest investing in the Samsung NX58K7850SS, our best double oven gas range. It features an innovative divider, which transforms a single oven into two. Each oven can then be programmed independently to cook multiple recipes at once. This means you can bake and roast at the same time!

Looking for the best value for money? Then the GE JGB635DEKSS is worth considering. It offers all of the basic settings you need, as well as a self-cleaning program, and delivers brilliant results despite the reduced price. It’s not bad-looking either.  

If your kitchen is designed to fit a slide-in range, then we suggest the Bosch 800 Series HGI8056UC. Its heavy-duty construction gives it a premium appeal, not to mention it features a useful warming drawer. Finally, if you’re looking for the latest tech, then our top smart range would be the Whirlpool WFG975H0HV. It can even read bar codes from frozen pizzas and take orders from Alexa. 

The best gas ranges you can buy today

GE JGB635DEKSS gas range with four burners, available in black, stainless steel and white

GE JGB635DEKSS (Image credit: GE)

1. GE JGB635REKSS

Best gas range for those on a budget

Specifications

Type: Freestanding
Fuel: Gas
Oven Size: 5.0 cubic feet
Burners and power: 4; 13,000, 9,500 (2), 5,000 Btu
Clean options: Self-cleaning cycle
Storage drawer: Yes
App Control: No

Reasons to buy

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Affordable at just over $850
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Easy-to-clean design with self-clean cycle
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Three finishes available
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Handy storage drawer

Reasons to avoid

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Lacking a convection setting

If you're looking for gas cooking and are on a budget, the best freestanding gas range for you is the GE JGB635REKSS. This low-cost model has less cooking power than more expensive options, but it comes with GE's excellent reputation for cooking performance and a self-cleaning oven that we think no range should be without.  

The oven is 5.0 cubic feet, which is plenty large for a Thanksgiving turkey, but it doesn't have a convection system. And, it has only four burners, so there's no center griddle. This GE comes in a variety of finishes, including black, stainless steel or white. We also like its drawer in the bottom, which is great for storing baking sheets when you're not using them. While this model is not rock-bottom priced, it's worth stepping up a bit for the self-clean feature. 

LG LRGL5825F gas range with five burners, available in black stainless steel and stainless steell

(Image credit: LG/Tom's Guide)

2. LG LRGL5825F

A gas range that’s also an air fryer

Specifications

Type: Freestanding
Fuel: Gas
Oven Size: 5.8 cubic feet
Burners and power: 5; 20,00, 1,700, 10,000, 9,100, 5,000 Btu
Features: Stovetop griddle; Air fry; Convection oven
Clean options: EasyClean and Self-cleaning cycle
Storage drawer: Yes
App Control: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Large convection oven for baking
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Versatile with air frying capabilities
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High power burner — up to 20,000 BTU
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Griddle burner and griddle
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Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, and recipe apps

Reasons to avoid

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Air fryer pan isn’t included

You get a lot for your money with the LG LRGL5825 F, a freestanding gas range. On the cooktop there are burners ranging from a super high one for getting spaghetti water boiling fast to an ultra low one for keeping gravy hot. In the center there’s an oval  burner and a griddle to use on it is included. The oven is large and has convection and air fry settings. When you want to check on your roast chicken or chiffon cake, you knock twice on the glass window and the oven light comes on. 

LG has equipped this range with the latest smart features. Using an app on your phone, you can monitor and control the range remotely or you can give its marching orders via Google Assistant. The range also connects to cooking apps which will automatically send temperature settings to the oven. Before you call for a service visit, you can use the app to troubleshoot and diagnose problems. 

Samsung NX60T8711SS slide-in range with five burners, available in black stainless steel and stainless steel

(Image credit: Samsung/Tom's Guide)

3. Samsung NX60T8711SS/AA

A slide in range with lots of extras

Specifications

Type: Slide-in
Fuel: Gas
Oven Size: 6.0 cubic feet
Burners and power: 5; 22,00, 16,00, 10,000, 9,500, 5,000 Btu
Features: Smart Dial, Stovetop griddle; Air fry; Convection oven
Clean options: Self-cleaning cycle
Storage drawer: Yes
App Control: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Large convection oven ideal for baking
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Air fry function with tray included
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Griddle burner and griddle 
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Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, SmartThings, Bixby and recipe apps
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Several colorways available

Reasons to avoid

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Only comes with two oven racks
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Panel shows fingerprints easily

The Samsung NX60T8711SS/AA slides in between two cabinets giving you an upscale built-in look. As the controls are up front, they’re easy to use without reaching across the stovetop. When you turn on the dials they light up so you can easily see the settings and tell at a glance if you forget to turn one off.

On the cooktop, you’ll find one of the most powerful gas burners on any range you can buy. When you’re stir frying and need intense heat and bringing water to a boil for pasta and want it fast, you’ll find it super handy. The stovetop has an oval griddle burner and a cast iron reversible grill/griddle is included. The oven is  exceptionally large and has both convection and air fry settings and an air fry basket comes with the range. We only wish you got 3 instead of 2 racks so you could bake more cookies at once. You can control your range with an app on your phone or through Alexa or Google Assistant.  

Bosch 800 Series HGI8056UC slide-in gas range with five burners, available in stainless steel

Bosch 800 Series HGI8056UC (Image credit: Bosch)

4. Bosch 800 Series HGI8056UC

Best slide-in gas range

Specifications

Type: Slide-in
Fuel: Gas
Oven Size: 4.8 cubic feet
Burners and power: 5; 18,000, 15,000, 10,000, 5,000 (2) Btu
Features: Convection oven
Clean options: Self-cleaning cycle
Warming drawer: Yes
App Control: No

Reasons to buy

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Heavy-duty construction, upscale design
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Warming drawer included
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Self-cleaning oven cycles are available

Reasons to avoid

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Small-ish oven with only 4.8 cu.ft capacity
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The stove scratches easily

A slide-in range gives you the upscale look of a built-in unit. While the Bosch 800 Series HEI8046U is a step up in price from most free-standing models, it's a lot less expensive than a custom-fitted or professional-style range and is still a significant upgrade when it comes to aesthetics. It has heavy-duty construction, a glass panel and metal control knobs. 

You do sacrifice some oven space with this model. With a 4.8-cubic-foot capacity, you will be able to fit in the turkey, but you may not be able to pack in as many side dishes at once. Below the oven, in place of storage space, there's a warming drawer, which will come in particularly handy when you're entertaining. As you would expect at this price, the oven comes with three racks and is self-cleaning. However, the stove tends to scratch easily. 

Samsung NX58K7850SS gas range with five burners, available in black stainless steel and stainless steel

Samsung NX58K7850SS (Image credit: Samsung)

5. Samsung NX58K7850SS

Best gas range with double oven

Specifications

Type: Freestanding
Fuel: Gas
Oven Size: 5.8 cubic feet
Burners and power: 5; 1,600, 1,500, 9,500 (2), 5,000 Btu
Features: FlexDuo oven; Dual door, Convection oven
Clean options: Self-cleaning cycle
Storage drawer: Yes
App Control: No

Reasons to buy

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Single oven can be split in two for cooking separate dishes
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Flex Door design gives you access to just the top or full oven
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Griddle burner
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Clear  and easy to read controls

Reasons to avoid

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A little tricky to install the oven divider

Gas cooks who need a very flexible oven will find a lot to love in the Samsung NX58K7850SS. It's one of Samsung's fancy FlexDuo models — a freestanding gas range — which means that it has one large oven that can be divided into two.

When you're cooking a Christmas ham or are in a holiday cookie baking frenzy, you have one huge (5.8 cubic foot) oven. If you need to cook two things at once, let's say broil some burgers and bake a pan of brownies, simply insert the divider and you have two ovens, one with 3.2 cubic feet of space and one with 2.6 cubic feet. Each of these can run at a different temperature and has an individual timer. The only downside is that you do have to fiddle with the divider to get it to fit properly.

In addition to the dual ovens, your $1,500 gets you five burners, including a large oval burner for the center griddle that comes with the range as well as one for keeping food warm. The controls are large and easy to read so you don't need to pull out your reading glasses.

Café CGB500P2MS1 gas range with five burners, available in stainless steel, brushed stainless steel, black, bronze and copper

Café CGB500P2MS1 (Image credit: Cafe)

6. Café CGB500P2MS1

Best gas range overall

Specifications

Type: Freestanding
Fuel: Gas
Oven Size: 5.6 cubic feet
Burners and power: 5; 18,000, 15,000 (2), 10,000, 9,500
Features: Convection oven; Temperature probe
Clean options: Steam clean and self-cleaning cycle
Storage drawer: Yes
App Control: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Upscale design with four finishes to choose from
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Five burners of varying power
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Great cooking performance
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Self-clean setting
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Convections setting for baking

Reasons to avoid

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Very expensive compared to other gas ranges at $1,699

Although it's a bit pricey, we're convinced that the Café CGB500P2MS1 is the best freestanding gas range for your money. For starters, it has a sophisticated design with towel bar handles and large stovetop knobs like the ones on pro ranges. To give you lots of flexibility, it has five burners, including a high-powered one for quick boils and an oval center burner for a griddle (included with the Café). 

GE ranges are known for their even heating pattern, which means you can make several layer cakes or sheets of cookies at a time without having to rearrange them during baking. The generously sized convection oven comes with three racks and a temperature probe, and has both a steam-clean feature for quick touch-ups and a full, self-cleaning cycle. If you like asking Alexa or Google Assistant to do things for you, you can add preheating the oven to their chores, as this model works with both voice assistants. Overall, this is the best gas range you can buy.

Thermador Pro Harmony PRD366WHU dual fuel range with six burners available in stainless steel

Thermador Pro Harmony PRD366WHU (Image credit: Thermador)

7. Thermador Pro Harmony PRD366WHU

Best dual fuel range

Specifications

Type: Freestanding
Fuel: Gas/Electric
Oven Size: 5 cubic feet
Burners and power: 6; 15,000 (3), 18,000 (3) Btu
Features: Convection oven
Clean options: Self-cleaning cycle
Storage Drawer: No
App Control: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Beautiful design
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6 burners with patented  'star' design
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Self-cleaning setting
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Convection setting ideal for baking
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Wi-Fi connectivity, so can can control and monitor it remotely

Reasons to avoid

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No storage or warming drawer included
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Top price for a gas range at $8,599

People who love to cook and are lucky enough to have access to both gas and electric lines may be willing enough to invest in a 36-inch, pro-style, dual-fuel freestanding gas range. On the top of the Thermador Pro Harmony PRD366WHU, you get six powerful burners, two of which can be dialed down very low for keeping a sauce warm without curdling it, or for melting chocolate. 

Although you don't get an oven that's any bigger than the one on a typical 30-inch model (just 5 cubic feet), you do get luxuries. In addition to convection capabilities, the oven has three racks that slide out, two interior halogen lights and the fastest self-cleaning cycle on the market. However, the main reason you're paying the big bucks is for an absolutely beautiful all stainless-steel statement piece.

Whirlpool WFG975H0HV smart gas range with five burners, available in black stainless steel and stainless steel

Whirlpool WFG975H0HV (Image credit: Whirlpool)

8. Whirlpool WFG975H0HV

Best smart gas range

Specifications

Type: Freestanding
Fuel: Gas
Oven Size: 5.8 cubic feet
Burners and power: 5; 1,800, 1,500, 9,500, 8,000, 5,000 Btu
Features: Speed Heat burner; Easy-2-Lift Grates convection oven; Scan-to-Cook; Frozen Bake
Clean options: AquaLift Self Clean
Storage drawer: Yes
App Control: Yes — Amazon Alexa, Android, Google Assistant, iOS, Nest

Reasons to buy

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Lots of smart features, works with Alexa and Google Assistant
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No preheat necessary for frozen foods
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Cast iron grates for a more premium build
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Two finishes available

Reasons to avoid

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AquaLift self-clean doesn't work well

If you have fantasies of a robot cook that makes you dinner, the Whirlpool WFG975H0HV is as close as you'll get right now. It has a Scan-to-Cook feature, which sets the cooking temperature automatically after you scan the food package's bar code. It can also integrate with Amazon's Alexa voice control service, Google Assistant and Siri, so you can ask your voice assistant to start the oven for you and get alerts on your smartphone when everything is ready.

This freestanding gas range has a very generously sized 5.8-cubic-foot oven and five burners of varying power, including one for quick boils, an oval one for a griddle or fish poacher and one for keeping the soup warm for a latecomer. Thanks to an innovative design, you can clean messes from boilovers without removing the grates, and the grates themselves can be cleaned in the dishwasher. One thing to keep in mind is that Whirlpool's AquaLift is a steam-cleaning cycle and won't make much of a dent on burnt-on stains. It's best to do quick wipe outs after any messy baking or roasting.

Samsung NX60A6311SS/AA gas range with five burners, available in black stainless steel and stainless steel

Samsung NX60A6311SS/AA (Image credit: Samsung)

9. Samsung NX60A6311SS/AA

Another great gas range

Specifications

Type: Freestanding
Fuel: Gas
Oven Size: 6.0 cubic feet
Burners and power: 5; 12,000, 9,500, 18,000, 5,000, 10,000 Btu
Features: Dual ring burner
Clean options: Self-cleaning cycle
Storage drawer: Yes
App Control: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Provides two power burners 
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Connects with the SmartThings app 
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You can save the settings of your favorite recipes 

Reasons to avoid

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No convection oven setting, so not ideal for baking 

The Samsung NX60A6311SS/AA offers almost everything you can ask for from a freestanding gas range. The large 6.0 cu. ft. oven capacity can easily accommodate a full roast meal, while the stovetop burners will provide ample power to meet your needs, thanks to the Dual Ring Burner. It appears modern and yet conservative with a digital display and five large dials to control the burners. 

It also offers smart connectivity through Wi-Fi, allowing you to control and monitor the range through your phone as well as giving you access to Samsung’s SmartThings Cooking Service. With this, you can search for and plan out your meals, including saving them. The only thing this range is missing is the convection oven setting, so cooking won’t be as even as it could be. If that setting isn’t important to you, this is the one to get.    

Monogram ZGP366NTSS gas range with six burners, available in stainless steel

(Image credit: Monogram / Tom's Guide)

10. Monogram ZGP366NTSS

Best professional-style gas range

Specifications

Type: Professional-style 36-inch
Fuel: Gas
Oven Size: 6.2 cubic feet
Burners and power: 6; 23,000 BTU (2), 18,000 BTU (2), 15,000 BTU (2)
Features: Convection over; Temperature probe
Clean options: Steam cleaning cycle
Storage Drawer: No
App Control: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Two high powered burners
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Large oven capacity with good baking reputation
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Easy to lift and clean burner grates
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App controllable

Reasons to avoid

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No self-cleaning oven setting
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No storage or warming drawer
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Very expensive, at $6,900

People who love cooking enough to invest in a pro-style range are often willing to make room in their kitchen for a 36-inch range. The Monogram ZGP366NTSS offers two high-powered burners, each one offering a steak-searing 23,000 Btu of power as well as four other burners. They are all able to be turned down very low for simmering. The grates can also be reversed to accommodate a round bottomed wok. 

This Monogram's oven is one of the largest you can find, with 6.2 cubic feet of space and three racks; two of the racks glide out. The convection oven distributes heat evenly, so it can bake several sheets of cookies at one time. 

When you connect the range to the SmartHQ app on your mobile device, you can control the oven settings remotely and even take advantage of cooking programs for specific foods. Lights around the knobs add a luxurious touch, letting you change the intensity or the color of the illumination through the app as well. Unlike previous versions of the Monogram, this range does not have a self cleaning oven, but rather a steam clean function. At more than $6,000, the ZDP366NTSS is a sizable investment, although it's well priced for this caliber of range. You can also get a version with four burners and either a grill or a griddle.

When to replace a gas range

Generally, most brands will offer a one year warranty on gas ranges, however the National Association of Home Builders says your range should last around 13 years. Because of this, we don’t recommend buying an extended warranty — repairs over the range’s life tend to cost less than the extended warranty itself. 

If a repair costs 50% or more than the price of a new range, it’s time to think about buying a replacement rather than repairing it. A frequent complaint about a faulty range is that it can’t reach or maintain the correct temperature. It’s worth checking your manual to see if you can recalibrate this yourself, but if not a serviceperson should be able to help without charging a large sum. If you need replacement parts, such as a burner or igniter, these can be sourced for a reasonable price. However, if you find you need to replace the control board, that’s when things get expensive and you should consider a new range instead. 

Features to look for when buying a gas range

Power burner/simmer burner: Every range features at least one power burner which allows you to quickly sear, or boil water. The stove should also feature one burner which you can use to sear slowly and create a simmer. 

Griddle: If you like making pancakes, then you should look for a gas range with a center bridge burner and griddle. If you use a griddle or poacher, then the bridge burners will come in use for those. 

Convection oven: If you're into baking breads and sweets, a convection oven — which uses a fan to help distribute heat — should be on your list. Most ranges are available with convection settings and warming drawers. Some ranges also come with pre-set programs for certain dishes, so you don’t need to worry about the temperature, such as turkey or proofing bread.   

Smart features: The latest ranges can also connect to Wi-Fi, which lets you control the oven from your smartphone, Alexa or Google Assistant. Some ranges can even self-diagnose faults and notify the manufacturer’s service center. Another useful feature for some models is recipe app connectivity. With these, the range will automatically adjust the temperature and time based on the recipes. Regardless, you should invest in one of the best meat thermometers to make sure you don't overcook anything.

How we tested

Our guide for the best gas ranges were based on extensive, consumer report research and online reviews. We rated things like power and how well each gas range performed for various settings. In addition, we looked at how user-friendly and practical it was to use, design, capacity and number of extra features. 

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Katie looks after everything homes-related, from kitchen appliances to gardening tools. She also covers smart home products too, so is the best point of contact for any household advice! She has tested and reviewed kitchen appliances for over 6 years, so she knows what to look for when finding the best. Her favorite thing to test has to be stand mixers as she loves to bake in her spare time.