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GE JB705STSS 30 Freestanding Smoothtop Electric Range - Stainless Steel

by GE
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)


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Product Features

  • 5 Radiant Elements
  • Triple Element
  • 5.3 cu. ft. Convection Oven
  • Steam Clean Option
  • Warming Drawer

Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameGE
Model InfoJB705STSS
Item Weight160 pounds
Product Dimensions27.8 x 29.9 x 46.9 inches
Item model numberJB705STSS
Installation Type free_standing
Part Number JB705STSS
Form Factor free_standing
Burner type radiant
Heating Elements 5
Colorstainless-steel
Fuel type electric
  
Additional Information
ASINB0054H0YH8
Best Sellers Rank #8,777 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight185 pounds
Date First AvailableApril 14, 2011
  
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The JB705 GE 30 Free-Standing Electric Range with Warming Drawer features the PreciseAir convection system and self-clean with Steam Clean options Super-large oven capacity - Provides an impressively large oven interior for cooking multiple dishes ba...

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Just got this stove I must say it has tons of features including the warming drawer (with three temp settings) and steam clean + the normal cleaning modes. For the price you can't beat this stove I just hope it holds up as well as our old stove of 15 years which was made by Caloric and is no longer in business. We did compare this model to a samsung which seemed nice but had very bad reviews. The stainless does show fingerprints but is easy to clean. Just a note it also includes the convection cooking modes.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great features and beautiful March 24, 2012
By Delaine
I was hesitant to buy any smoothtop stove but I am glad that I did buy this one after 18 mos of research and talking with others. I love it. So many features on this one. Power boil, 3 ring burner, warmer, convection bake, convection roast and 3 baking racks. So much for the money. Shop during holiday sales (presidents day, black friday) and save hundreds! The top is easy to clean with the ceramabryte cleaner that comes with the stove and also sold on amazon too! The rangetop has a speckled design which diguises dust that lands on your black stovetop. I do have a small scratch on mine after 4 wks dont know how that happened. Cons: you cannot use cast iron or corningware and I have lots of corningware but I would buy again. Its beautiful, made well and matches my kitchen perfectly. The convection roast crisp up pizza, crepes, skin on chicken perfectly. Rangetop heats fast, oven is slow to preheat due to heating element being hidden under oven floor but that makes the oven easier to clean, just make your adjustments. Timer ring is low volume but I guess you should stay in vicinity while cooking anyway. Love Love this beautiful stove. There are also lower level GE models with less features that have same quality and beauty for less money.
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars bad odor December 5, 2011
This range has a lot of fine features and seems well built. Unfortunately, GE ships it with some sort of acrylic binder on its oven fiberglass insulation that has to burn off with the first few uses. The smell from this burning is nasty, and probably toxic. GE recommends that you self-clean the oven to get rid of the smell, and open the windows. So don't buy one in the winter. I'm left with the feeling that GE cares little for the health and well-being of its customers - all they would have to do is plug in and run the unit at the factory (preferably outside) yet they don't do this.
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