|Model Info||PS950SFSS-stainless steel|
|Item Weight||225 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||28.9 x 31.2 x 37.2 inches|
|Item model number||PS950SFSS-stainless steel|
|Part Number||PS950SFSS-stainless steel|
GE PS950SFSS 30" 6.6 cu. ft. Capacity Slide-In Double Oven Electric Range In Stainless Steel
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- 6.6 Cu. Ft. Self Cleaning Convection Oven
- Self-clean Roller Rack Allows You To Easily Access Items
- 5, 6" - 12", 1200 - 3600 Watt Elements W/ Warming Zone
- Pots And Pans Fit Perfectly On The Flexible Heating Element.
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The PS950SFSS comes with a total capacity of 6.6 cu. ft, letting you cook multiple dishes at once with two ovens. It comes with true european convection with precise air to ensure that your food cooks evenly.
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The design is incredible: from the top which rests on adjacent cabinets (nothing falls down the cracks!) to the double ovens which are both self-cleaning; the convection oven; huge glass windows to see in the ovens; expandable burners; warming burner; intuitive controls. The engineer(s) thought of everything.
I thought I would miss an oven drawer. Not! Having 2 ovens is so much better.
Everything on this range just flat works. And it even comes with a printed Users Manual! You don't have to fire up your laptop to see how it works. Love this company.
Having always had a stove that had controls in the back and having seen the prior owner of my house had a range with controls in front, I know that this is what I wanted. Is it worth the nearly extra $900 this stove costs more than the back control one. You have to answer this for yourself. I noted this unit has a meat probe and the back control one did not. As this is something I would, it is worth it to me. Some prior reviewers complained about accidentally turning the stove on. I noted that when I brushed my hands over the controls they reacted, but it took two presses of the burner controls (On, then a temp) to turn them on. Only when I laid over the stove to replace the vent filter in the microwave above did I get a reaction from the stove and even then it was looking for me to put in a temperature for the bottom oven. So it does not concern me much. When my grandkids come over that might change. However there is a lock functionality that I can use in that case.
This is my first stove with 5 burners, the extra one to keep stuff warm. When I initially got it, I put it on and thought the heat was nearly undetectable. However in a subsequent use it seems okay. I will use it It takes something to get used to pressing a button to get to a number versus turning a knob. I was used to tweaking a bit over medium for some cooking temps. Now I have to then of pressing the temp to 5-½. Given this is a slide in range and my prior was a stand alone, the smooth top is above and extending over my counters. Any spill is likely to go out to the counters. Also my counters were not at 36 inches, so there is about a ⅜-½" gap under the smooth top over the counter top. They don't recommend removing the legs and that would be my only alternative (shy of replacing or lifting my counters to fill this gap). Some people have put a gasket material in there to seal it. I suspect that will be my route. So far I'm impressed with the quickness of the heating. I've boiled water, cooked bacon on the griddle oriented burners and made a few other things. I'm pleased with it, but I have come from and older model with less Watts.
This oven has an interesting sliding tray, so you can access it easily. This oven is not a convection, nor does it have a probe in it. It has a top element and a hidden lower element.
This oven has only a visible top heat element and a hidden lower one, and a convection fan. You have two racks and a probe outlet. Part of the reason I bought this unit is due to the convection and probe. I have discovered that convections can do meat in ½ the time and leave the meat quite juicy. Turkey and chicken breast are great in this. My prior convection range (of 17 years) had convection roast and bake as well as a probe, so I had a lot of experience with that one. I have already cooked a roast convectionally (is that a word?) and was pleased with the results.
We purchased the unit through Home Care Company (as the price was great) and they used independent truckers to ship the item. That meant there was no tracking. However I received sufficient emails and phone calls to let me know when to expect the range and the time frame they gave me 4-8PM was perfect to work around my job. The item's packaging was pristine and the truckers unboxed it, so I could inspect it. A pleasant experience overall.
Just some incidentals you may not think about.
Since this has 2 ovens you have no bottom drawer to store stuff. Granted you could just move this stuff to one of the ovens though, but be prepared to remember it before you preheat.
Also since this stove has two ovens, there is little room in the back for the 220W plug. Ours originally had that big bulky plastic cover. We had to add a flush mounted outlet behind this stove.
I noted that the oven vent is in the back top, where there is a lip, versus under the controls in a back control range. This may not be an issue, but I can imagine it getting greasy on the backsplash more.
Be prepared to run the ovens (probably true for most new stoves) for about 10-15 minutes at about 450 when you first get them. They will stink to high heaven and you won't want food in them when they do.
UPDATE AFTER 2 MONTHS:
Well it takes a while to learn new habits. I have turned the oven off twice now by brushing my hand over the controls. Both times did not notice it. Grr.
Accidental turning on is harder as it takes two presses (turning burner on then selecting temp) so not as worrisome. But, my adventuring cats still give me pause.
The bottom oven did a 20# turkey with ease. could probably do up to a 30#. It was not crowded. I used convection which cuts cook time essentially in half.
The top oven is wonderful on how it keeps temperature. Amazing though how both ovens pre-heat to the same temp at about the same speed.
Top surface is going to take a bit to get used to. I had a smooth top before, but the heat range was different. I found a 7 on this is like a 10 on my prior one. Nice but burnt a few things. Spills on a slide-in stove, versus a stand alone, don't have a well to keep them contained, they will go onto your counter if they are really bad. Haven't done that yet, but realized that nothing is stopping it.
#1. I received a unit with front panel without the actual outlined buttons as pictured. Instead it is just underlined description of the buttons. It is nothing like the great looking display in the picture and I wish I would have returned the unit right then.
#2. I knew that only the bottom oven was conventional, but didn't realize how uncomfortable it is to use it. Essentially cooking on your kitchen floor, bending down or squatting with heavy pans with the door in the way. In my case it would make more sense to make the top one conventional since that is the one that most people may be using majority of the time. Top one is comfortable to use, uses less energy and should have had the convention option. If that was the case I wouldn't mind bending down now and then when it was necessary to use both or the bigger oven.
#3. The overhanging glass on the sides looked amazing until I pushed the stove into place and realized that there is metal flashing under the glass on the sides. This makes the glass sit up higher than the counter and not flush. Although it is probably less than an eighth of an inch I find the gap unacceptable and to me the extended sides defy their assumed purpose.
#4. This one really did it for me! To this point I was at relative peace with my huge mistake and just took it as an expensive lesson, but.... Today I've spilled some coffee over the control panel. There was quite a bit of it and therefore I was surprised that none of it got to the floor. Just wiped the control panel and it would have been a good day if it stopped there.... Just in case I decided to check for spill under the stove and that's when I discovered where all my coffee went. Both oven doors are double wall glass with heat vents on top of the doors and all my coffee leaked from the top down through the vents inside both doors. Streaks everywhere on the inside of the glass, impossible to clean unless you take both doors completely apart. Haven't even looked if it will be possible and ran over to share my experience in case any of this may help others in their decision. I believe it is only reasonable to assume that at some point you will have a spill over your stove. This makes the design unacceptable to me and it just feels like there is more to come... Wish there was a realistic review on this product before I wasted my money.
So to my experience the pictured product is a great looking stove, but at this point I wish I would have chosen proper design and functionality over looks. Stay tuned, I'm sure there is more to come...
UPDATE: Both front selectable size burners default to the largest size every time you turn them on. It would only make sense to default to the smallest one in order to save energy or the life of the elements, or at least it could remember the last setting. Makes no sense, it is frustrating not to be able to do anything about it. Horrible design. Also only the oven buttons (description of the buttons in my case) light up when pushed and you can hardly see that during the day. Stove buttons do not light up.