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Futuristic cooktop in a compact space

Lots of stainless steel

No burner knobs here

A drawer that warms

Built for convection baking

Tiny, tiny buttons

Sturdy metal handles

Not just angled for effect

The GE PHS920SFSS induction range crams a futuristic cooktop and lots of style into a compact slide-in stove.

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GE chose to cloak the PHS920SFSS range in a smooth skin of stainless steel.

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Unlike the Samsung Chef Collection induction range, the GE PHS920SFSS lacks physical knobs to adjust its burner power levels.

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Underneath the GE logo, the PHS920SFSS has a warming drawer on its front face.

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The GE PHS920SFSS range's 5.3 cubic foot oven cavity also has a fan (and heating element) designed to offer true European convection baking and roasting.

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Controlling the range's burners using its small buttons can be confusing.

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Both the GE PHS920SFSS range's oven and warming tray handles are crafted from durable metal.

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This range's front control panel is angled downwards to look sleek and to place its buttons in easy reach.

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