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Stanco 4 Pack Universal Electric Range Chrome Reflector Bowls

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  • Heavy Duty Chrome Plating
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  • Plug In Stove Elements
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Stanco 4 Pack Universal Electric Range Chrome Reflector Bowls + Hefty EZ Foil Large Aluminum 6 Burner Liners For Electric Stove + Electric Hefty EZ Foil Burner Liners For Electric Stoves, Small Aluminum, 8 Pack
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Product Details

Size: Universal, Chrome
  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 9.8 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001TH7GZA
  • Item model number: 5556
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,750 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: Universal, Chrome

Stanco 4-Pk Universal Electric Range Chrome Reflector Bowls, Set Includes 2-6 Inch & 2-8 Inch Reflector Bowls

Customer Reviews

Fit the GE electric range in my apartment perfectly!
North Texas Girl
The two large reflector bowls fit perfectly but the two small ones do not.
S. Martin
The porcelain coated bowls are much easier to clean.
C. Tames

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Sandra B on February 8, 2013
Size Name: Universal, Black Verified Purchase
Reflector bowls look great but the larger ones don't fit my Kenmore range well as they are too small and slide around. Recently I found out there are two styles of drip pans - styles "A" and "B". The larger pans for style "A" are smaller than the style "B" ones. Style "B" ranges include Kenmore, GE, Hotpoint, RCA, Roper, Moffat, Monogram, and Profile. If you have any of these ranges look for style "B" drip pans in the description.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Todd M. on December 5, 2009
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By far one of the best items for the price I have ever purchased on Amazon. These lines are a heavy gauge metal and though I'm not sure exactly what it is it's at least twice that of the lines that came with the stove. I purchased the GE/Hotpoint porcelain ones.

Speaking of those that came with the stove... they were a polished aluminum that stained easily and were very difficult to clean. The last straw with my original inferior liners was when we used a large pressure cooker on the stove and the liners burned to the point that they couldn't be cleaned... they were in shades of black & blue on both sides. Since they were silver in color the stove top then looked terrible and the burning would have come from the use of any large or oversized pot. The stove was not a cheapie and I'd expect the liners to hold up better but I was wrong and since the liners had to be replaced... or covered in foil for eternity... I opted to try these and I'm glad I did. These also sit in place and do not move around!

These are not only black but they are also enameled and much easier to clean. Since the stove is white with a black door and control panel these look great and enhance the look of the stove. Since they're black every speck of crud that falls isn't very noticeable and I can stop being as anal retentive about cleaning. The only drawback to them is that they transfer the heat and get very hot... much more than the original ones... and that heat will transfer to the range top. I wouldn't call them "Reflector Bowls" because they don't reflect as much heat as they absorb.

Lastly, these lines also only accommodate one set of alignment tabs so if your stove elements require three of those alignment slits in the liner then these won't work... as another reviewer point out. However, the description does state they have a locking notch and not three locking notches. If you don't have a GE or Hotpoint they perhaps the Universal is what you need.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By veichel on September 28, 2012
Size Name: Universal, Chrome Verified Purchase
I bought these because they were the only ones that had 3 slots showing in the bowls and didn't cost an arm and leg. I was worried they wouldn't fit based on other reviews but guess I am one of the lucky ones as they fit perfectly. My stove is a Frigidaire about 15 yrs old or older (I rent so I don't know actual age). Oh, as I type this, I've only tried the larger ones first so don't know if smaller ones fit. I also inserted foil protector inserts after plugging in the burners. Still fits great.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Geerling TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 27, 2012
Size Name: Universal, Chrome Verified Purchase
I'm preparing to sell my condo, and I noticed the bowls under my range coils were getting to be quite disgusting (brown and black in all but one of the burners). Previously, I had bought a set of these bowls from a big-box retailer, and they were working okay, but getting dirty enough they couldn't be cleaned.

I was leery of ordering these reflectors online, sight-unseen, because of some of the other reviewers' problems with the fit in their own ranges, but they fit perfectly in my 1980's-era General Electric range.

It's amazing the difference these shiny chrome bowls can have on the entire look and feel of a kitchen... I might have to buy a few sets for my new place so I can switch them out every quarter!

[Update: I've moved into a new home, and the reflector bowls in the Kenmore range were a bit dirty (and couldn't be cleaned), so this time I bought a set of the black porcelain bowls. They're well worth the few extra bucks! They look slick, fit perfectly, and are quite a bit thicker than the cheaper chrome bowls. Still highly recommended!]
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Purpledog on October 4, 2009
Size Name: Universal, Chrome Verified Purchase
Don't get me wrong. I got these and was immediately impressed with the quality. They are more substantial than the original ones that came with my stove 22 years ago as well as every replacement set I've purchased locally throughout the years. I got sick of the rust and pitting in my current set and thought these looked, sounded (and were priced) perfect(ly).

They DO fit the stove nicely and don't wiggle (that drives me insane). BUT, my coils have these little nubs or 'feet' that are designed to fit in tiny slits strategically placed around the rim of these bowls to keep the coil steadily in place. That is where my problem lies. The 'feet' of my coils don't align with the slits in these bowls-three feet-three slits-three misfits. Just an amoeba measurement off, but enough so that now the coils of my stove all skewed sidways. They all look like a see-saw: one side on the stove, the oppositve side sticking up above the stove surface about 3/4". One could get seasick looking at my empty stove for too long! Only a heavy pot/pan forces the coils down so that the heat from the coil is evenly distributed (well, from what I can see when I bend down and try to look beneath the heavy pot). I can't live with these much longer and I am looking for replacements now. MY problem is that I was so excited when these new, sturdy, shiny ones arrived, I trashed my others immediately, so now I'm stuck with these until I find new ones that actually fit my stove. I think I'd like my wobbly, rusty, crusty ones back than keep using these. Anyone know where my trash goes??? ;)
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