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Samsung NX58F5700WS Review

By: Carl Laron on January 09, 2018

Bottom Line

The Samsung NX58F5700WS gas range gets high marks for all facets of its cooking performance. Its 5.8-cubic-foot oven has a convection feature and a gliding rack to make getting heavy items out of the oven easily.

Pros

  • Convection cooking
  • Warming tray
  • Attractive styling
  • Excellent cooking performance
  • Large window

Cons

  • Cooking times a little longer than with some ranges
Our Analysis

Breaking it down

Performance

A bit slow, but otherwise excellent. The Samsung NX58F5700WS gets high marks from professional testers for its strong performance in all cooking tasks. In testing at CNET, while the NX58F5700WS was a bit slow, taking 16 minutes and 15 seconds to broil burgers to 145 degrees, Megan Wollerton said they turned out very tasty. After roasting a chicken using an Ina Garten recipe, she praised this range's impressive results that nearly matched those of a $5,000 range she had tested. She concludes that the NX58F5700WS. At Consumer Reports, this Samsung is the top pick in the single-oven, gas range category, earning Excellent ratings for low heat cooktop performance and for baking, Very Good ratings for high heat cooktop performance and broiling. Owners concur, saying it cooks extremely well in all tasks, with particular praise for the high heat on the burners for stir-frying. Bakers also say it's very true to temperature, and there's no learning curve for their favorite baked good.

Features

Feature-rich. There's very little that Samsung left out of the NX58F5700WS. The oven cavity features convection and at 5.8 cubic feet is relatively spacious for a gas model. There are two wire racks plus a gliding rack that make moving heavy items in and out of the oven much easier -- a feature that's so beloved many reviewers say they wish both racks were like that. The oversized window makes keeping track of your food's progress easier. Down below, there's a warming drawer that keeps food hot without drying it out while waiting for other items to finish or the clan to gather for a meal. Up top, the stove top has five burners, including an oval center one and a dual-power burner with independent heating elements that can deliver anything from 1,000 BTU to 18,000 BTU. Among the included accessories are a griddle and a wok grate. The oven's touch control panel is intuitive to use, includes a numeric keypad and, in a departure from the norm, is grey rather than the typical black so that it blends more seamlessly with the stainless backsplash.

Reliability

No red flags. While no range is immune from complaints, the Samsung NX58F5700WS rates pretty well with users. We did see a few scattered complaints about a burner failing; although most of the comments we saw regarding dissatisfaction with the performance of this range was owners receiving error messages on the control panel -- although most note that the company is pretty good about sending replacements. Samsung takes first place in the J.D. Power and Associates survey of owner satisfaction with their freestanding range brand, so those reports of responsive customer service are probably pretty accurate. The NX58F5700WS is covered by a one year warranty for parts and labor.

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