Kenmore Elite 5.8 cu. ft. Electric Range - Stainless Steel
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Kenmore Elite ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Ranges, Cooktops and Ovens”* Kenmore is America’s # 1 appliance brand, trusted in the homes of more than 100 million Americans Get professional results with Kenmore Elite electric oven The Kenmore Elite 30-inch freestanding electric range in stainless steel features true convection, which combines a hidden heating element and a fan to roast and bake food faster and more evenly than conventional ovens. The ceramic glass cooktop features one 12-inch triple, one 9-inch Turbo Boil™ and two 6-inch radiant elements. The 5.8 cubic-foot electric oven accommodates three full racks of food. The exclusive AirGuard eliminates up to 85% of smoke and unpleasant odors during cooking, yet lets you turn off the feature when cooking foods with a pleasant aroma.
- The Kenmore Elite 30-inch freestanding electric range in stainless steel is the height of culinary sophistication, featuring true convection heating, TurboBoi™, a Warm & Ready drawer, and Kenmore's exclusive AirGuard™ system
- The 5.8 cubic-foot oven accommodates three full racks of food, while the cooktop includes a 12-inch triple, a 9-inch TurboBoil™, and two 6-inch radiant cooking elements.
- TurboBoil™ uses 3,200 watts of power to heat liquids in a snap
- The convenient temperature probe takes the guesswork out of cooking—just set the oven temperature to the required setting and insert the probe into meat or poultry for a perfect internal temperature every time
*Kenmore Elite received the highest numerical score for ranges, cooktops and ovens in the proprietary J.D. Power 2013 Kitchen Appliance StudySM. Study based on 12,497 total responses measuring 21 ranges, cooktops and oven brands and measures opinions of consumers about their ranges, cooktops and oven obtained new in the past 24 months. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed in January-February 2013. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com.