The LG LTG4715ST is a smart-enabled, five burner gas range with a ProBake convection. Its huge capacity of 6.9 cubic feet can quickly handle all of your family cooking needs. This oven comes with modern features, including an intuitive glass touchscreen, advanced cooktop settings and Wi-Fi capabilities.
What this five burner gas range does lack, however, is a storage drawer to keep cooking equipment. If that’s something you’re looking for, head to our Samsung NX58R9421SG review.
Alternatively, take a look at all the gas ranges we reviewed in our guide to the best gas ranges.
LG LTG4715ST: What you need to know
The LG LTG4715ST gas range has a ProBake convection which is designed to perfect your baking results each time. It is a gas range with five burners and three oven racks to allow plenty of space for pots and dishes. Burner power ranges from 5000 BTUs to 18,000 BTU, including an Ultra Heat burner for quick and intense heat. In addition, the LG LTG4715ST gas range has convenient accessories such as a detachable wok grate, griddle plate, gliding rack and in-oven broiler. It has convenient settings that include, delay bake/delay start, keep warm and proofing mode.
The LG LTG4715ST five burner gas range is easy to operate at just a touch of a button with the intuitive SmoothTouch glass controls, alongside front control knobs. It is also smart-enabled, so you have the option to monitor your cooking remotely from your phone via the app.
Designed to be durable yet attractive, its high-end look comes in either black stainless steel or in a stainless steel finish. The added bonus is the brilliant blue interior inside the ovens to give a stylish contrast.
LG LTG4715ST: Features
As expected with a high-spec gas range, the LG LTG4715ST comes with a number of advanced features. The key feature is the ProBake convection, ideal for those who love to regularly bake. This is thanks to its heating element being positioned at the back wall of the oven, rather than the bottom, to distribute heat evenly on every rack. The lower oven is the larger of the two, while the upper oven is quick-heating and ideal for those smaller meals.
If you’re a fan of rustling up a stir-fry, the detachable, heavy-duty wok grate is impressive. It enables you to lift the wok pan above the high-heat burner to make it easier to stir fry, sear, or poach meals. Other practical features include the handy griddle pan that you can place perfectly on the oval center burner and the gliding rack that brings the dish to you, rather than you reaching across the cooktop.
The range itself is easy to use via the control knobs and glass touch LED panel. Bear in mind, it is very sensitive though which can be annoying. The panel doesn’t come with a backlight either, so it might be difficult to read clearly in poor lighting.
With convenient settings to choose from, such as delay bake or keep warm, its advanced heating technology delivers exceptional results.
Of course, the most impressive is the Wi-Fi capabilities that are essentially designed to make hectic lives easier. Once you've downloaded the free LG SmartThinQ app onto your phone, you can monitor your cooking progress wherever you are - convenient for when you are hosting busy dinner parties or when you're on the move.
The only disappointment would be the lack of a storage drawer, which often comes with modern gas ranges.
Size: 30 in
Capacity (cu ft): 6.9
Type: Slide-in range
Cooking process: Convection
Number of burners: 5
Number of oven racks: 3
Cleaning type: Self-cleaning
Settings: Delay bake/delay Start, keep warm, proofing mode
LG LTG4715ST: User reviews
The majority of reviews rated the LG LTG4715ST for its exceptional power and performance. The ProBake convection feature was a clear winner, with many stating their cakes and pies were evenly baked to perfection. Other users praised the huge capacity of the double oven, saying they were able to cook large quantities at once including Thanksgiving turkey in half the time.
Others mentioned the fast-heating burners and found the middle griddle pan to be particularly useful. The ease of use, Wi-Fi connectivity, and overall look and stylish appearance were also highly rated.
A drawback mentioned was the poorly lit, LED touchscreen panel, which makes it difficult to see clearly in dim light. One user reported problems with the screen ‘freezing’, or settings being accidentally touched while wiping down to clean.
Should you buy the LG LTG4715ST?
If you're after a high-spec, gas range with five burners for the purpose of baking, the LG LTG4715ST is ideal. Its ProBake convection combined with advanced features ensures evenly baked cakes and roast dinners each time. With convenient features such as the detachable work grate and griddle, this makes cooking easier. What’s more, the range is easy to operate on your phone via the SmartThinQ app, offering versatility for busy households.
The LG LTG4715ST doesn’t come with a lower storage drawer though and you’ll pay a premium price.