What Is the Difference Between a GE Range and a GE Profile Range?


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GE Profile ranges are designed with an emphasis on style and have additional amenities such as warming drawers. GE ranges are lower-end models and do not have as much emphasis on style. GE Profile ranges are also available in white.

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Profile ranges are crafted with innovative technology and stylish controls. Details such as knob weight and feel are emphasized in this line of GE appliances, while tri-ring burners allow for efficiency to be paired with aesthetics. Profile ranges are designed simplistically, and are mainly available in slate or stainless steel to allow for easy cleaning, but a white-on-white model is also available. Amenities, such as baking or warming drawers, as well as double oven ranges, are also available in this line of GE product.

The base models of GE's cooking ranges still have features, including self-cleaning. These ranges are also available in stainless steel and slate and come in the same dimensions as the Profile line. However, the base models of GE ranges do not have high-efficiency burners like the Profile line and normally come only with a storage drawer. As a result of these differences, the cheapest Profile model of GE ranges costs $300 more than the highest model of GE's base ranges, as of 2015.

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