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Samsung Induction NE58H9970WS- Opinions?

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Hil all!  Our 25+ YO JennAir is finally ready for that big kitchen in the sky.  Trying to decide between a standard electric and induction.  One "must-have" is a dual-oven model.  Found this Samsung that has a 'flex oven' and is offered in both a conventional electric module version and this induction version.   Any opinions on this induction model?

 

http://www.samsung.com/us/appliances/oven-ranges/NE58H9970WS/AA

 

And if we do spring for the induction, is this is situation to defy conventional logic and get the extended warranty?

 

Thanks!  

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Moved to the Appliance reviews forum....

Not sure but I previously posted a video showing the virtual flame technology found on the induction model.... cool technology but maybe not enough empirical data to provide guidance

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Before you spring for an induction model make sure of the electrical requirements required or it could turn into an expensive upgrade.  Also take in mind that you most likely will have to get new pots and pans.  There will also be an extreme learning curved involved.  For example, you go to fry an egg sunny side up, turn around to grab a sip of your favorite morning brew and puff, the egg already grew up to be a full grown rooster with a singing mohawk.

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