This GE oven cooks well, and won't break your budget
On the surface, this GE Range really isn't much to look at.
Stainless steel, smooth top.
But when you look closer, you'll find that this Range is actually a really great cooker with some cool features built in.
One of the first things you'll notice about this GE range is that it doesn't have any knobs to control the burners.
Instead you have this really cool touchpad control that uses lights to show you how high or how low your burner temperature is.
And once you get the hang of these touchpad burner controls, it's really easy to use the burners, which can boil water really quickly, as I saw in my test.
The oven of this GE range was also a really spectacular cooker.
Especially when it came to roasting chicken using the convection band that's built into the oven that circulates the air for more even cooking.
Along with some great cooking capabilities, this oven is equipped with GE's Chef Connect feature.
This means that the range has bluetooth connectivity That will connect with an over the range microwave that GE has that corresponds with this oven.
They talk to one another so whenever the burner turns on, lights and a fan on the microwave will turn on as well.
This is a really cool feature but it's definitely not necessary And you have to have the microwave to even get it to work.
For $1,100 this oven packs in a lot of really great cooking capabilities, along with a couple of really cool features that make this a worthwhile investment for your kitchen.
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