Bluestar Appliance Reviews

Bluestar Appliances

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BlueStar is a brand of ranges, cooktops, refrigerators, and wall ovens that is part of a legacy of stoves made in Pennsylvania since the 1880s. BlueStar still is a boutique brand though it has been expanding into new types of appliances. For those that are looking for higher end, more boutique, and American made appliances, BlueStar is definitely a brand to check out.

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Scores for Bluestar Appliances

Overall Score: 9.2/10

Customer Satisfaction: 9.4/10

Average Price Value: 9.3/10

Price Range for Reviewed Units: $3,999-$8,195

Average Features: 9.2/10

Average Design Quality: 9.2/10

Average Energy Efficiency: 9.2/10

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Top Bluestar Range Models

Model: BSP366B
Rating: 9.4/10

Model: BSP366B

Bluestar 36 Inch Gas Range

Model: RCS366BV2
Rating: 9.2/10

Model: RCS366BV2

Bluestar 36 Inch Gas Range

Model: RNB366BV2
Rating: 9/10

Model: RNB366BV2

Bluestar 36 Inch Gas Range

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