Which company’s gas stoves are better

What is the choice of tech­nol­o­gy? Of course, with­out con­sid­er­ing man­u­fac­tur­ers. At the same time, you can ini­tial­ly sort the devices by para­me­ters, and only then decide which stove of which com­pa­ny is bet­ter. We decid­ed to answer this ques­tion first.

  • Hansa. Pol­ish brand, the cre­ation of which also had a hand in the Ger­mans. Hansa has been work­ing since 1997. How­ev­er, the Ami­ca fac­to­ries, on the basis of which pro­duc­tion was orga­nized, were first launched back in the mid­dle of the last cen­tu­ry, so the com­pa­ny’s expe­ri­ence is much rich­er. Of course, all fac­to­ries are reg­u­lar­ly mod­ern­ized.
  • Goren­je. Sloven­ian com­pa­ny, mul­ti­ple win­ner of pres­ti­gious awards for indus­tri­al design and atten­tion to the envi­ron­ment. Gore­nie appli­ances are of high qual­i­ty and are offered on the Russ­ian mar­ket at a com­pet­i­tive price.
  • Gefest. Among the coun­tries of the for­mer USSR, Belaru­sians have become one of the most suc­cess­ful in the seg­ment of the pro­duc­tion of con­sumer house­hold appli­ances. Today, many units are pro­duced in Belarus, and the Gefest brand is respon­si­ble for excel­lent gas stoves.
  • DARINA. One of the most pop­u­lar Russ­ian firms. Speak­ing about which gas stove is bet­ter for its price, it is def­i­nite­ly impos­si­ble to ignore the mod­els from DARIN.

Helpful Hints

  • Observe safe­ty pre­cau­tions dur­ing cook­ing — mon­i­tor the integri­ty of the gas hose, espe­cial­ly at the joints. If you smell gas, turn off the tap and call the emer­gency gas ser­vice.
  • Do not clut­ter the stove with extra pots. They must not impede the pas­sage of free air to the work­ing burn­ers.
  • It is rec­om­mend­ed to install an exhaust hood above the gas stove, thanks to which all unpleas­ant odors, includ­ing gas com­bus­tion prod­ucts, will be removed to the ven­ti­la­tion or direct­ly to the street.
  • If you begin to notice that the col­or of the flame has changed, then it is worth call­ing the gas work­ers for stove main­te­nance. Per­haps some­thing went wrong in it, and the burn­er does not work prop­er­ly.
  • It is strong­ly not rec­om­mend­ed to use the stove at full pow­er, that is, do not turn on all the burn­ers and the oven at the same time.
  • No kitchen hood? Then, while cook­ing, close the door to the kitchen and open the win­dow so that the prod­ucts of gas com­bus­tion, as well as the smells of cooked food, are removed through the win­dow to the street, and not spread through­out the liv­ing quar­ters.
  • In no case do not use a gas stove to heat and dry clothes — this can be dan­ger­ous not only for health, but also for life.

The best inexpensive gas stoves with a gas oven


The DARINA F 3009 W gas stove has burn­ers of dif­fer­ent pow­er for cook­ing var­i­ous dish­es. The strong steel grate ensures the sta­bil­i­ty of the cook­ware. A spe­cial cov­er pre­vents splash­es of grease around the device. On the top pan­el of the case there are rotary con­trol knobs, and at the bot­tom of the struc­ture there is a draw­er for stor­ing kitchen uten­sils. With a 50 l oven, it is con­ve­nient to cre­ate a vari­ety of dish­es.

Sur­face mate­r­i­al: enam­el;

4 burn­ers;

Gas oven vol­ume: 50 l;

Dimen­sions (WxHxD): 50x85x56 cm.


  • func­tion­al­i­ty
  • safe­ty
  • heat­ing rate


  • not found by buy­ers

DARINA 1A GM441 007 W

Clas­sic white gas stove with­out any func­tion­al frills. A prac­ti­cal option for those who are not ready to test the strength of a fam­i­ly or per­son­al bud­get, and in the process of every­day cook­ing they are con­tent with only the most nec­es­sary. DARINA 1AGM441 007 W is a com­pact mod­el (50x50x85 cm) with a met­al top cov­er. The enam­eled hob is equipped with 4 clas­sic gas burn­ers of 1.9 kW and 2.3 kW. The degree of heat­ing is reg­u­lat­ed by rotary knobs, on which the fixed posi­tion “small flame” is high­light­ed. Grid for dish­es — steel pro­file of two parts. Oven in the vol­ume of 50 liters. In it, unlike the “top”, gas con­trol is pro­vid­ed for the gas burn­er. Inside — a pal­let and a lat­tice. The depen­dence on the mains is min­i­mal, the inter­nal light­ing works from the sock­et.


  • One of the most afford­able prices
  • Sim­ple, reli­able design
  • Sol­id assem­bly
  • Has a bot­tom draw­er
  • The kit includes addi­tion­al jets for recon­fig­ur­ing to liq­ue­fied gas


  • The glass of the oven is heat­ed
  • Grill miss­ing

GEFEST 3200–08

High-qual­i­ty plate with enam­el coat­ing at an afford­able cost. Yes, its appear­ance also does not stand out for extrav­a­gance, but it is quite good and can dec­o­rate your kitchen. Func­tion­al­i­ty of GEFEST 3200–08 cor­re­sponds to oth­er units. Among the 4 burn­ers avail­able here, one is designed for quick heat­ing. No addi­tion­al options are pro­vid­ed in the 50 cm com­pact gas stove. But the man­u­fac­tur­er imme­di­ate­ly offers a 2‑year war­ran­ty.


  • high-qual­i­ty enam­eled sur­face
  • oven with gas con­trol
  • quick heat­ing burn­er
  • good war­ran­ty peri­od


  • small oven space
  • slip­pery grate

DARINA S GM441 001 At

Sim­plic­i­ty and afford­abil­i­ty are the main advan­tages of the GM441 mod­el. This stove is per­fect for a hos­tel, a sum­mer res­i­dence, a coun­try house where you rarely vis­it, or as a tem­po­rary solu­tion for an apart­ment until you buy bet­ter appli­ances. The reviewed mod­el is also avail­able in mod­i­fi­ca­tion 001 W. Its func­tion­al­i­ty and design are sim­i­lar. Only the col­or has changed — white instead of black. A nar­row stove with a gas oven of 43 liters is equipped with 4 burn­ers, among which two have a quick heat­ing func­tion. The cook­ing sur­face of the unit has a pro­file grate of 2 parts. Gas con­trol in GM441 is pro­vid­ed only for the oven.


  • low cost
  • ease of use
  • fast oven pre­heat
  • robust design


  • too sim­ple man­u­fac­tur­ing mate­ri­als do not inspire con­fi­dence

De Luxe 5040.38g

Decent full-size mod­el at an afford­able price. 4 burn­ers (one is large, in the front row, so you don’t have to drag a heavy large pan across the entire stove). Gas oven for 43 l. There are no seri­ous short­com­ings, accord­ing to reviews.


  • afford­able price
  • chromed table grille
  • gas con­trol (only in the oven)
  • smooth oper­a­tion of switch­es with­out back­lash
  • con­ve­nient to wash
  • 1 quick heat burn­er
  • dish draw­er


  • no auto-igni­tion and no oven light
  • due to the design of the grate, dish­es with a small bot­tom (such as a cezve) fall through


Olga Lak­i­na about Fla­ma CG 3202 W: We bought this stove for a sum­mer res­i­dence, we are com­plete­ly sat­is­fied. The burn­ers have dif­fer­ent pow­er, cast iron grates, you can put any dish­es. The oven is small, but bakes well, noth­ing burns. Com­pact, fits well in a small kitchen.

Semy­on Oga­rt­sev about Beko FSG 62110 DSCS: A decent gas stove with a beau­ti­ful, mod­ern design. Four burn­ers of dif­fer­ent pow­er, the flame is even. The oven has a grill, how­ev­er, after it you have to wash the entire oven. Steam clean­ing is suit­able for this. The timer with a sound noti­fi­ca­tion, the sig­nal is loud, you will not lis­ten.

The best gas stoves with a premium gas oven

Electrolux EKG 96118 CX

Good func­tion­al­i­ty of tech­nol­o­gy is won­der­ful. How­ev­er, this is not enough if the buy­er is not sat­is­fied with her appear­ance. There­fore, for con­nois­seurs of attrac­tive design, we rec­om­mend choos­ing a good gas stove with a width of 60 cm from the Swedish brand Elec­trolux. The EKG 96118 CX is a great buy in every way. There is a timer, 4 burn­ers, one of which is of the triple crown type, as well as a spa­cious 61 liter oven with an elec­tric grill. The work­ing sur­face of the stove is made of stain­less steel, but if for some rea­son this option does not suit you, then choose a mod­i­fi­ca­tion with the CW index (white enam­el coat­ing).


  • qual­i­ty assem­bly
  • attrac­tive design
  • chic func­tion­al­i­ty
  • con­ve­nient switch­es
  • cus­tomiz­able timer
  • burn­er “triple crown”


GEFEST 6500–04 0069

The gas stove GEFEST 6500–04 0069 has 4 burn­ers on a tem­pered glass pan­el, as well as an oven with a vol­ume of 52 liters. The oven is equipped with a grill with a rotat­ing spit, elec­tric light­ing, gas con­trol sys­tem. The con­trol pan­el has both rotary switch­es for select­ing the oper­at­ing mode of the burn­ers and the oven, and keys for set­ting the elec­tron­ic timer.

Sur­face mate­r­i­al: tem­pered glass;

4 burn­ers;

Gas oven vol­ume: 52 l;

Dimen­sions (WxHxD): 60x85x60 cm.


  • safe­ty
  • heat­ing rate
  • Ease of use


  • eas­i­ly soiled sur­face
  • silent timer

GEFEST 6500–03 0042

A styl­ish gas stove in a pre­mi­um glass facade design by the stan­dards of a Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­er. The PG 6500–03 series includes mod­els in sev­er­al col­ors, but for our rat­ing, the most prac­ti­cal and ver­sa­tile white option was cho­sen. The cook­ing table is also made on the basis of heat-resis­tant glass. In the arse­nal there are 4 burn­ers with spe­cial reflec­tors (2 stan­dard, large and small), a pair of cast-iron grates. The oven is ful­ly gas. The low­er burn­er is tra­di­tion­al, the upper burn­er is a grill. The use­ful vol­ume of the cab­i­net is 52 l, the inner coat­ing is easy-to-clean enam­el, the guides are remov­able wire. As for the con­trol pan­el, there are 5 con­ve­nient rotary knobs with a built-in auto­mat­ic igni­tion sys­tem (both top and bot­tom), an elec­tron­ic touch-screen timer with a dis­play. The lat­ter does not con­tain any addi­tion­al func­tions, except for pure­ly infor­ma­tive ones.


  • Gas con­trol of the table and oven
  • Rotis­serie with elec­tric dri­ve (if you are also inter­est­ed in a bar­be­cue, you should con­sid­er the PG 6500–04 line)
  • Ther­mo­stat
  • dou­ble light­ing
  • Large draw­er at the bot­tom


  • No lid
  • Total 1 bak­ing sheet

Gorenje GN 5111

Cook­er from a pop­u­lar Sloven­ian man­u­fac­tur­er of house­hold appli­ances. The hob is equipped with 4 burn­ers, cov­ered with Sil­ver­Mat­te enam­el. Sil­ver­Mat­te is a smooth, non-porous mate­r­i­al that is resis­tant to heat, microwaves and steam. The enam­el is applied in three lay­ers, which ensures a long ser­vice life. The burn­ers are equipped with a spe­cial sys­tem, thanks to which the gas is mixed with air before enter­ing the noz­zles. For a sim­ple user, this gives the pos­si­bil­i­ty of more pre­cise con­trol of the flame, and, accord­ing to the man­u­fac­tur­er, sig­nif­i­cant­ly saves gas. The mod­el is equipped with an elec­tric igni­tion sys­tem. Please note that the hob is with­out a gas con­trol sys­tem. This func­tion is only for the oven. There is a back­light, a roomy oven — a vol­ume of 70 liters. Dur­ing non-work­ing hours, the hob can be closed with a met­al lid, which also pro­tects against splash­es when you cook.


  • Inno­v­a­tive gas burn­ers — flame con­trol, gas sav­ings
  • Large oven vol­ume (70 l)
  • Auto­mat­ic igni­tion
  • Back­light


  • The hob is not equipped with a gas con­trol sys­tem

GEFEST 5100–03

A more advanced mod­el of a gas stove with an oven from a Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­er. The enam­elled work­top with 4 burn­ers is cov­ered with cast iron grates. Gas con­trol ensures safe­ty. The stove is also suit­able for a coun­try house, as it is con­nect­ed to a gas cylin­der. The gas oven, with a use­ful vol­ume of 52 liters, is equipped with light­ing, a grate and a grill spit. Such a set expands the pos­si­bil­i­ties of the host­ess — with a grill, you can cook a juicy meat dish with a fried crust. The mod­el boasts a small dis­play with time dis­play and a timer. Elec­tric igni­tion will save you from the end­less search for match­es and pos­si­ble burns, and the met­al cov­er will pro­tect the sur­face behind the stove from splash­es. Uncon­di­tion­al hap­pi­ness for the host­ess is an addi­tion­al stor­age place in the form of a draw­er.


  • Clock with count­down timer
  • Grill
  • Cast iron grates
  • beau­ti­ful appear­ance


  • Poor elec­tri­cal igni­tion

How to choose and what to look for

The mod­ern mar­ket of house­hold appli­ances has in its assort­ment the fol­low­ing types of gas stoves:

  • Gas hob and gas oven. Mod­els of stoves in which both the hob and the oven run on gas are in demand. In addi­tion, an all-gas stove tends to be cheap­er than a com­bi­na­tion mod­el from the same man­u­fac­tur­er.
  • Gas hob and elec­tric oven. A gas stove with an elec­tric oven is the best option that com­bines econ­o­my and ease of use. This option allows you to save ener­gy and enjoy all the advan­tages of mod­ern elec­tric ovens.
  • Com­bined stove. Cook­ers, on the work­ing sur­face of which gas and elec­tric burn­ers are locat­ed simul­ta­ne­ous­ly, are not com­mon. This tech­nique is suit­able for own­ers of pri­vate hous­es using gas cylin­ders.

When choos­ing a gas stove, you should pay atten­tion to sev­er­al impor­tant points.:

  • type of insta­la­tion. Accord­ing to this cri­te­ri­on, gas stoves are divid­ed into two types: built-in and free­stand­ing. Free­stand­ing mod­els can be floor-stand­ing (full-size) or desk­top (com­pact, pro­duced by a few man­u­fac­tur­ers).
  • Sur­face mate­r­i­al. In mod­ern mod­els, glass-ceram­ic or tem­pered glass can be used. Both types of cov­er­age are equal­ly in demand.
  • Num­ber of burn­ers. As stan­dard, the device has four burn­ers. Usu­al­ly two of them have medi­um pow­er, one is designed for fast heat­ing, and the small­est is designed for mak­ing cof­fee in a cezve.

Also read: How to choose the best gas stove with oven: expert rec­om­men­da­tions

The best gas stoves with a gas oven in terms of price / quality

GEFEST 6100–03 0004

Mod­el 6100–003 from GEFEST is com­plete­ly made of stain­less steel, has an excel­lent appear­ance and pleas­es with reli­a­bil­i­ty. After turn­ing the knob, the gas is auto­mat­i­cal­ly ignit­ed both on the hob and in the oven. If for some rea­son the flame is extin­guished, the pro­tec­tion sys­tem auto­mat­i­cal­ly shuts off the gas sup­ply. The vol­ume of the oven with gas grill is 52 liters. As for a mod­el with a width of 60 cm, this is a rather mod­est size. The stove has wire guides, a timer and a dis­play. On the lat­ter, you can dis­play the clock, and in the active state — the count­down. Of course, the com­pa­ny has pro­vid­ed a grill spit in the kit, so you can cook deli­cious dish­es for the hol­i­days and every day.


  • stain­less steel body
  • shut­down timer
  • full gas con­trol
  • grill spit
  • high build qual­i­ty and parts
  • accu­rate ther­mo­stat


  • no visu­al indi­ca­tion of oven tem­per­a­ture
  • eas­i­ly soiled sur­face

Hansa FCGY52109

Cool cook­er for a small kitchen Hansa FCGY52109 is a vivid exam­ple of the fact that small sizes do not mean mod­est pos­si­bil­i­ties. This mod­el boasts options for a timer and auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion, an excel­lent design in a clas­sic style and grates made of high-qual­i­ty cast iron. Hansa FCGY52109 is a gas stove with an excel­lent 58 liter oven. It has a gas con­trol func­tion. But for some rea­son, the man­u­fac­tur­er did not pro­vide a sim­i­lar pro­tec­tive sys­tem for the burn­ers, so the buy­er needs to make sure that the flame does not die out dur­ing the cook­ing process.


  • retro style design
  • rea­soned price
  • qual­i­ty grill
  • auto­mat­ic igni­tion
  • four burn­er sizes


  • no gas con­trol burn­ers

Gefest 5100–04

A com­pact gas stove from an already icon­ic Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­er stands out against the gen­er­al back­ground with advanced fea­tures and max­i­mum con­fig­u­ra­tion. And since the price in this sit­u­a­tion remains quite demo­c­ra­t­ic, there is noth­ing sur­pris­ing in the incred­i­ble pop­u­lar­i­ty of Gefest 5100–04. White col­or, glass lid, enam­elled work­top, cast iron burn­er grates. There are 4 gas burn­ers, of which 1 is fast heat­ing. The use­ful vol­ume of the oven is 52 liters, there is a grill, the clean­ing method is tra­di­tion­al. A sta­ble tem­per­a­ture inside is main­tained by a ther­mo­stat, there is a sin­gle back­light and remov­able wire guides for bak­ing sheets. The con­trol is car­ried out by rotary knobs, each of which (includ­ing for the oven) has an inte­grat­ed auto­mat­ic elec­tric igni­tion.


  • Elec­tric spit and bar­be­cue includ­ed
  • Elec­tron­ic mul­ti­func­tion timer
  • Gas con­trol for all burn­ers
  • Draw­er for crock­ery and uten­sils
  • Offi­cial war­ran­ty — 2 years


  • There is a ther­mo­stat error when set­ting the tem­per­a­ture
  • Timer not loud enough

Gorenje GN 5112 WH

Fans of tra­di­tion­al home appli­ances will love this sim­ple but func­tion­al mod­el. It is char­ac­ter­ized by extreme­ly sim­ple con­trol using mechan­i­cal switch­es, so pen­sion­ers who find it dif­fi­cult to deal with elec­tron­ic con­trol can safe­ly buy such a stove. You do not have to con­trol the cook­ing process. Due to the gas con­trol, gas leak­age will not occur, since the fuel sup­ply will stop if the flame is acci­den­tal­ly extin­guished. To pre­vent drops of fat and mois­ture from con­t­a­m­i­nat­ing the wall, the man­u­fac­tur­er has pro­vid­ed a pro­tec­tive cov­er. Also, the man­u­fac­tur­er paid atten­tion to the build qual­i­ty. The body is made of met­al, and the work­ing sur­face is cov­ered with enam­el resis­tant to high tem­per­a­tures. Each burn­er is cov­ered with a strong cast-iron grate, which suc­cess­ful­ly with­stands the weight of even large pots. The stove is also suit­able for bak­ing food. It has a sim­ple but spa­cious 70 liter oven, and a durable glass door and bright lights will allow you to con­trol the cook­ing process with­out even open­ing the door.


  • uni­ver­sal height 85 cm suit­able for any fur­ni­ture
  • reli­able tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing sys­tem
  • bright but unob­tru­sive back­light
  • spa­cious oven
  • volu­mi­nous draw­er for dish­es


  • not very strong plas­tic legs
  • the rub­ber seal on the oven door does not fit snug­ly

GEFEST 1200C7 K8

A large and com­fort­able gas stove from a pop­u­lar man­u­fac­tur­er from the Repub­lic of Belarus. A decent-sized hob 60x60 cm, on which sev­er­al items of dish­es (even large ones) are placed with­out any prob­lems at once, a spa­cious oven of 63 liters are suit­able selec­tion cri­te­ria for not the small­est fam­i­ly, not “bur­dened” by high incomes. The sur­face and body of the mod­el are cov­ered with white enam­el, the cov­er is met­al, there are 2 steel grat­ings. In func­tion­al terms, no spe­cial mir­a­cles. There are 4 burn­ers on top, a cab­i­net with a tra­di­tion­al burn­er on the bot­tom. Gas con­trol just for her. There is no elec­tri­cal con­nec­tion, there­fore there is no igni­tion or back­light. To some, this will seem like a minus, to some­one the oth­er way around. What you can com­plain about is the lack of legs for adjust­ing the floor lev­el. You can buy or use impro­vised means.


  • Qual­i­ty man­u­fac­tur­ing
  • Tray, roast­er and wire rack includ­ed
  • Gas fil­ter
  • Tem­per­a­ture indi­ca­tor on the door
  • Brand­ed war­ran­ty from the Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­er — 2 years


  • No grill func­tion
  • Util­i­ty com­part­ment is not retractable (hinged lid)

Principle of operation

Cook­ing on such a stove is car­ried out on an open fire, the fuel for which is:

  • or nat­ur­al gas sup­plied through the city gas net­work;
  • or liq­ue­fied gas from cylin­ders.

Adjust­ment of the heat­ing lev­el (flame strength) is car­ried out man­u­al­ly using the rotary knobs on the front or top pan­el of the stove. You can kin­dle a fire both man­u­al­ly: with match­es, lighters, open fire, etc., and using the elec­tric igni­tion built into the stove (if avail­able).

Since 2007, in all Russ­ian gas stoves, it is manda­to­ry to have con­trol of emer­gency flame extinc­tion, that is, if, for exam­ple, liq­uid is spilled on the fire, the gas sup­ply to this burn­er will auto­mat­i­cal­ly turn off.

The best gas stoves with a gas oven in the middle segment

Darina 1D1 GM141 014X

An afford­able price tag is not at all a sign of any prim­i­tivism or low qual­i­ty. The mod­el from the domes­tic man­u­fac­tur­er Dari­na 1D1 GM141 014X, with its afford­able price, looks clear­ly more expen­sive, is made of expen­sive “stain­less steel” and does not raise any com­plaints in oper­a­tion. “Top” is equipped with 4 gas burn­ers, where 2 stan­dard burn­ers have a pow­er of 2 kW each, eco­nom­i­cal — 1 kW, fast heat­ing — 3 kW. The con­trol is per­formed by rotary knobs with a spe­cial posi­tion “small flame” and built-in elec­tric igni­tion. The last func­tion does not work on the oven, but there is a more impor­tant attribute in terms of safe­ty — gas con­trol. The tem­per­a­ture is main­tained by a ther­mo­stat. Acces­so­ry set: bak­ing tray, drip tray, wire rack.


  • Afford­able price
  • Panoram­ic oven door
  • Back­light
  • Con­ve­nient com­part­ment for dish­es
  • Dou­ble cast iron grates


  • No grill
  • Small inter­nal vol­ume

GEFEST 5300–02 0046

Belarus can­not boast of great reserves of nat­ur­al gas in its sub­soil, but in this coun­try there is, per­haps, the best man­u­fac­tur­er of gas stoves in the post-Sovi­et space. The GEFEST com­pa­ny con­sis­tent­ly pleas­es with the high qual­i­ty of prod­ucts, and in the case of the mod­el in ques­tion, it also has an excel­lent design. Facade dec­o­ra­tion — tem­pered glass with a raster pat­tern. Enam­elled work table with 4 uni­ver­sal burn­ers. The col­or of the spe­cif­ic ver­sion is black, there are also brown and white (0047, 0040). The vol­ume of the oven is 52 liters, there is a gas burn­er-grill and a spit with rota­tion from the elec­tric dri­ve. The cook­ing tem­per­a­ture is main­tained by a ther­mo­stat. There is a back­light. Guides — remov­able wire. Heat­ing is con­trolled by rotary switch­es. A sep­a­rate but­ton on the pan­el is respon­si­ble for ignit­ing the burn­ers, includ­ing the oven. For greater com­fort, the man­u­fac­tur­er has equipped the stove with a mechan­i­cal timer. An alter­na­tive option is a sim­i­lar but more expen­sive 5300–03 line with an elec­tron­ic clock and an “igni­tion” built into the han­dles.


  • Com­fort­able and durable cast iron grills
  • Glass top cov­er
  • Draw­er draw­er at the bot­tom
  • Height adjustable legs
  • 2 years full war­ran­ty


  • Heats up when oven is run­ning
  • No gas con­trol on desk­top

GEFEST 6101–02

A spa­cious oven and a draw­er, a spa­cious hob (60x60) give a feel­ing of free­dom — you do not need to choose small­er dish­es and crowd pots and pans dur­ing cook­ing. There is an elec­tric igni­tion! This is very con­ve­nient, but not so com­mon in this price cat­e­go­ry. Most buy­ers note the excel­lent qual­i­ty of bak­ing.


  • durable
  • oven 52 l with dou­ble light­ing
  • elec­tric igni­tion of burn­ers and oven (but­ton on the con­trol pan­el)
  • grill
  • elec­tric spit
  • mechan­i­cal timer
  • 2 cast iron table grates
  • guides for trays chrome-plat­ed
  • oven door and guides are remov­able
  • spa­cious draw­er for dish­es, easy to remove
  • com­pe­tent instruc­tion


  • not detect­ed

Hansa FCGW52021

A good gas stove with mechan­i­cal con­trol and a spa­cious 56 liter oven. The lat­ter has a grill, but there is no con­vec­tion, which is typ­i­cal for most mod­els of equip­ment of this class. The FCGW52021 fin­ish is a pure white enam­el that is durable and easy to clean. The reviewed mod­el has a full-size mod­i­fi­ca­tion. How­ev­er, the 50cm option is more pop­u­lar with users because it offers just as many fea­tures for less mon­ey. There are a tra­di­tion­al num­ber of burn­ers here, and one of them allows you to quick­ly heat up the dish­es. Tra­di­tion­al oven clean­ing. There is no gas con­trol.


  • great build
  • glass lid
  • enam­elled case
  • high qual­i­ty cast iron grate
  • oven capac­i­ty


  • com­plete tray qual­i­ty
  • no gas con­trol

De Luxe 5040.41g

There are many mod­i­fi­ca­tions of the De Luxe 5040 stove. More­over, they can dif­fer not only in col­or or some design fea­tures, but also in capa­bil­i­ties. For this rea­son, it is nec­es­sary to choose the tech­nique care­ful­ly. Also pleased with the pres­ence of a sound timer, mak­ing cook­ing much more con­ve­nient. Light­ing and the pres­ence of gas con­trol both in the cab­i­net and on the hob is anoth­er plus 5040.41g. Oth­er fea­tures of the De Luxe gas stove include cast-iron grates, as well as mechan­i­cal elec­tric igni­tion, which allows you to do with­out lighters.


  • quick heat­ing burn­er
  • com­plete skew­er
  • attrac­tive design
  • high secu­ri­ty
  • full con­trol of gas leak­age


  • the whis­tle of a large burn­er
  • oven does not have auto igni­tion

comparison table

You can com­pare tech­ni­cal spec­i­fi­ca­tions and aver­age prices for all gas stoves from the rat­ing using the table below.

Mod­el Oven vol­ume, l Work sur­face (mate­r­i­al) Dimen­sions, cm Aver­age price, rub
De Luxe 5040.38G (Sch) 43 enam­el 50x50x85 7490
DARINA S GM441 001 fifty 50x51x85 8 200
GEFEST 3200–08 42 50x53x85 9 450
Goren­je GN 5111 70 Enam­el Sil­ver­Mat­te 50x60x85 15 160
GEFEST 5100–03 52 enam­el 50×58.5×85 19 120
DARINA A KM341 321 fifty 50x57x85 10 940
Hansa FCMW68020 62 60x60x85 18 000
GEFEST 5502–03 0044 52 Strained glass 50×58.5×85 22 460
Goren­je K 5341 70 Enam­el Sil­ver­Mat­te 50x60x85 24 100
Elec­trolux EKK 951301 56 enam­el 50x60x85 30 250