Several cool, user-friendly features are built into the Monogram. For starters, it’s one of the few high-end ranges that is certified compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. All of the cooking functions are controlled by knobs (apart from a push-button timer), which are more straightforward to use than a touchscreen. The printing on the knobs that shows the settings is large, distinct, and very easy to read. There’s a panel that displays the oven and probe temperatures and timer setting, but it requires no navigation. The grate designs are clever as well. Each burner is straddled by its own relatively lightweight cast-iron grate, which makes them easier to remove than the longer, heavier, two-burner-sized grates on most other ranges (and they can fit in the sink). Each grate can also be flipped upside down to serve as a wok support. In the oven, the three racks all pull out smoothly on ball bearings and can remain in the oven during the self-cleaning cycle. Right below the edge of the cooktop are LED task lights that illuminate the burners and can be left on as night-lights.
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