Infuse your kitchen with the sophistication of this GE electric range, featuring hot air frying. Convection oven cooks and browns more evenly, and the self-cleaning with steam cycle takes the cleaning out of your hands. This GE electric range has a dual burner cooktop letting you choose between 12" and 9" electric elements, with a fifth element warming zone.
No Preheat Air Fry
Cook healthier, crispier versions of your favorite foods in less time, thanks to an air fryer right in your oven that doesn’t require preheating, a basket or a special tray
12"/9" Dual Element
A dual burner cooktop lets you choose between 12-inch and 9-inch electric elements for a more convenient cooking experience.
This convection oven cooks and browns more evenly, using a rear fan to circulate hot air.
Preheat the oven quickly and cut down on preheat time with a speedy preheat feature.
Fifth Element Warming Zone
A convenient low heat warming zone provides even temperature control for foods on the cooktop.
Self-Clean with Steam Clean
This self-cleaning oven uses optional steam cleaning for light soils to clean the oven cavity with less heat and odor.
Hidden Bake Oven Interior
A clean and sleek interior that eliminates hard-to-reach areas and makes clean-up easier.
Black Gloss Oven Interior
A clean and sleek interior that is attractive and easy to maintain.
Delay bake technology allows you to set up the oven to start preheating and baking at a later time.
Program the oven to start a self-cleaning cycle at a later time.
Auto Temperature Conversion for Convection
Enjoy easy convection oven conversion by letting the oven automatically adjust the cooking temperature from standard settings to convection bake.
Sabbath Mode Enhanced
The Shabbos Keeper connects to your range to automatically enable Shabbos compatible modes each week and before every holiday. (When used with Shabbos Keeper, sold separately)
Electric cord is sold separately and is not included.
GE 5.3 Cu. Ft. Freestanding Electric Convection Range with Self-Steam Cleaning and No-Preheat Air Fry
Bought this range over a month ago and I love it! The convection bake cooks nice and even, no burnt spots. The power boil is fast and great if you’re short on time. It definitely heats up my food quicker and more even than my old unit. Looks beautiful in my kitchen.
This stove is very strong and well made, so far,
I am enjoying the features I didn't have before.
Eady to clean, the charcoal grey combination with black smoothtop and stainless steel accent is beautiful.
Hi there - Thanks for taking the time to write a review. We're thrilled to hear that you're enjoying your range. You have a great model and we're glad that you like its quality and design. Thanks so much for being a part of the GE Appliances family! -Mikayla@GEA
Ease of Use
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Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Don’t get attached to the new look
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
Cooks great but the stove top marks way too easily. I’m an experienced cook so I know how to handle a proper stove. When we finished our first meal the glass top already started to show bubbles below the surface. The second meal started to show rough areas on the top of the glass that you could feel were different by just running your fingers over. I cleaned before and after cooking as advised but this was still the issue. I’m not sure what the expected life span is for this item but with how it’s going so far on top I don’t think it was worth the price at all. I would really like a new glass top. For my already ruined one.
This is my first electric range. In the past I had a built in wall oven and built in stove. I do like that there is an air fryer, however I do not like the fact that once you set the timer on the oven and it goes off, that's it. I'm not able to turn the oven back on or reset it until it cools off. So I have stopped using the oven timer. I also do not like the fact that the knobs to turn on the stove or oven are at the top of the range, so you have to reach over the hot burners to turn it off. What I do like are the settings for the stove, and the fact that you can turn on an inner or outer burner, depending on the size of your cooking vessel. I think I will like the air fryer, however when I tried to use that, that's when I discovered that once the timer goes off, that's it, I couldn't turn the air fryer back on and the food was not done, so I ended up using my counter top air fryer. I also like the glass top of the range. It's very easy to keep clean.
So far I love the stove, haven’t used it much but it’s pretty to look at, lol. I especially love the fact that the bottom element is hidden. The delivery guys were super nice and did not damage the new flooring that we had just put down nor the stove. I hope to figure out the benefits of the built in air fryer eventually, I’ve never used an air fryer. I would refer to a friend.
Hey, there! Thanks for giving us your feedback. We are so happy to hear that you are satisfied with your range! If you ever need anything in the future, please feel free to reach back out. Welcome to the GEA family! -HannahGEA
Ease of Use
5 out of 5
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Ower GE Freestanding Convection Range
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
The best stove we have bought in years. Much better than the last two we have bought at BestBuy. The first one is a Samsung that we gave away, and the Second one is an LG that we purchased in 2021 and only used as a backup. I would recommend this GE Freestanding Convection Range to anyone. The range top works very well, and the oven holds its heat as it should.
A:AnswerHi Wendy! Wonderful question. Any cookware used with Air Fry mode should be broil safe. A dark, solid baking pan with low rimmed sides, such as a sheet pan, is recommended for use with Air Fry. The darker pan surface promotes better browning and crisping. - Oven baking baskets and baking grids can also be used, but a sheet pan should be placed on the rack below the foods to catch any drippings if using a baking basket. More information about air frying and the cookware that you can use to get the best results, can be found on page 17 of your Use and Care manual. GE Appliances, at this moment, does not sell an air fry basket. Hope this helps! Happy cooking. -Michael@GEA
A:AnswerNo, one cup of water is poured on the floor of the oven and set the oven to steam clean. The oven has to be level so it does not pool to one spot. Range should be level before using anyway. Any water left on the bottom of the stove after cleaning should be wiped up.
Steam cleaning is good for a quickie clean up after just using it. Does not clean the way the prolonged time on high heat does.
A:AnswerHi JohnBoy - Thank you for your interest in a new GE range. On the current models, the general rule of thumb is, if there is an Oven Light pad on the control panel, you must turn the oven light on and off using that pad. The oven interior light will not turn on when the door is opened automatically. It's designed this way so you can turn the light on to check your food without opening the door and losing the heat inside the oven. We are happy to forward your feedback to our cooking design team. We hope this helps. All our best! - Vikki@GEA
Great question! We thank you for consideration of this GE Appliance, and it'd be our pleasure to help you with this range. We found that this model has a black cooktop surface. The area surrounding the cooktop is black as well. The only other color on this range is the stainless steel finish on the handle, storage drawer and control panel. You can find more information on the finish for this range in the specifications.
We hope this information helps! Thank you for contacting us. Please let us know if there are any more questions we could answer. Have a great day!
A:AnswerHello Tedhack! Thanks for your question and interest in our range. We'd be happy to have you as part of the GE Appliances family. We found that this unit does have the self-clean feature along with the steam-clean feature. You can find more information about this on page 19 of the Use and Care manual. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us at our contact page. Stay safe! Emily@GEA
A:AnswerYes, it heats up quickly. When it beeps you would think that it means it is at the temperature you set. Using an accurate oven thermometer, that is not the case. I am getting about 90 degrees below the temperature setting at the time of the beep. I wait another 15 - 20 minutes to get to the temperature I set. Being a new range, I am still using the thermometer to learn it's habits. There is a calibration adjustment on the range for 35 degrees plus or minus. Changing that also changes the temperature when it is at full temperature. I had to adjust mine up 5 degrees. Deceiving and not happy about it. Why beep if it is not that hot?