GE Induction Ranges
Induction ranges use magnetic power to create heat directly in the pot in which you are cooking. This advanced [...]
Induction ranges use magnetic power to create heat directly in the pot in which you are cooking. This advanced technology is safer and uses less power to generate the heat for cooking, making it a worthwhile investment for your family.
You will have to use cookware that a magnet can stick to, even if the magnet only sticks to the bottom. Cast iron or certain alloys of copper, aluminum and steel also work well. But once you have the proper cookware for your induction range you will never want to go back to traditional ranges!
GE induction ranges have several advantages over traditional ranges. Since only the pot or cookware is heated, energy is not wasted heating a coil or the air around the pot - the heat builds up in the cookware alone. This also means there are fewer places upon which to burn yourself when cooking with an induction range. And since the heat is concentrated, water boils faster and all of your cooking can be accomplished faster. The induction range also responds quickly to the controls; turning it off immediately cuts off the heat, unlike a traditional electric range that requires time to cool down, during which whatever is cooking may still burn.
While browsing our selection of GE ranges, remember that Goedeker's offers free shipping on orders of $999 or more and that all of our ranges come with a 10 year warranty at no extra cost. If there are manufacturer's rebates available, we will post its availability on any eligible product's page on our site.
- Width: 31.25"
- Height: 37.25"
- Depth: 28.88"
- Fuel Type: Electric
- Installation Type: Slide-In