Some of the best-reviewed brands of induction ranges include Frigidaire and GE, based upon Good Housekeeping's cooking range reviews. Other highly-rated brands of induction ranges are Miele, Jenn-Air, Thermador, Wolf and Bosch.
The Frigidaire FPCF3091LF model was named the best budget induction range by Good Housekeeping. The review of the model, which received an A grade, compliments the range's quick heating ability due to its two induction elements. The oven heats evenly, and the burners bring liquids to a boil very quickly. The review also emphasizes the customer service for this Frigidaire model as a plus.
The best-reviewed expensive induction range listed by Good Housekeeping is the GE Profile PHB925SPSS. The review mentions the quick boiling time, even cooking of the oven, the warming drawer and the self-cleaning cycle.
The Miele KM5773 is another highly rated induction range due to its reliability and the brand's quality control. The Jenn-Air JIC4536XS, which is made by Whirlpool, has a center burner that is 5,000 watts and side burners capable of holding long pans. The Thermador CIT36XKB allows pans to be placed anywhere on its surface, holding up to four pans at once. The 36-inch Wolf CI365TS allows for similar cooking with a 17-inch cooking surface.