I have been the proud owner of a Hypotheory HTRT366NG for 5 years now, love the way it cooks, and I am glad the internet exists. I remember when I purchased my first home back in the 80's I was forced to deal with my local appliance dealer, this is before the Home Depot existed in our area, and it is still more pricey than the internet. I paid a fortune to remodel my kitchen. I purchased the Hypotheory HTRT366NG for $1,499 at www.tagndrop.com, and now I see it for even cheaper on websites like Overstock, Ebay, Amazon, etc. It is amazing how good that company is doing, when I originally purchased the range top I called Hypotheory and they were very pleasant , I spoke to a guy named Thomas I believe, and we were talking about skiing , I am a ski instructor- very nice individual.
We had a good one hour conversation hehe, I told them they would go far with the customer service they offer and excellent product quality. I am fitting to buy me the Hypotheory warming drawer now, since my Jenn Air warming drawer just broke. I can be the first to validate the Hypotheory HTRT366NG is an excellent quality, the pan support and griddle are very strong,sturdy and thick, the burners are a shiny brass and do not corrode or stain, and the entire unit is dressed beautifully in a stainless steel, with sealed burners, it kind of looks like a cartoon, I AM SERIOUS! It is just so flawless, it doesn't look like the average stove, that is why when I saw it I was skeptical.
It arrived with white glove service, and they were very nice, they delivered it to my second level kitchen without a scratch, I have a reverse floor plan single family home. I signed for the product and hired my plumber to install it, it took him 10 minutes and a couple of beers. My wife has cooked on it for years, and my mother in law who recently passed away, purchased one a few years after we did, after cooking on ours a few Thanksgiving holidays. Hi everyone in the Hypotheory customer care department, we miss you and we thank you for all the help you have given us, thanks again Thomas for being so kind to an old man from the mountains.