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Induction Ranges from GE, Whirlpool, and Frigidaire

Induction Range Comparisons

Best Price and Selection at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center

Buying a New Range? Consider an induction range. Prices have come down, and the technology is superb and reliable. The induction rangetop will give you more power and responsiveness than gas, and the clean smooth glass cooktop stays cool. Spills wipe up easily.

Here are induction ranges from three big brands. Frigidaire, Whirlpool, and GE.

Frigidaire Induction

Frigidaire Induction

Frigidaire FPIF3093LF
The Frigidaire induction range has a hybrid cooktop that offers great versatility with 2 induction elements, and up to 3 electric elements. The 10″ induction element offers up to 3,400 watts of power, so you can bring water to a boil quickly. The range has a convection oven, and a warming drawer. The interface makes operation incredibly easy and allows for precise control of burner temperatures.

Whirlpool Induction

Whirlpool Induction

Whirlpool WFI910H0AS
Whirlpool's induction range has the industry's largest oven capacity at 6.2 cu.ft. with a true convection oven. The rangetop includes a powerful 9″ 3,200 watt induction boost element. In addition, Whirlpool's range also includes a warming drawer. The oven has Whirlpool's unique AquaLift ® self-clean technology.

GE Induction

GE Induction

The GE Profile induction range has simple NextStep controls that light and lead you through the settings for precise, consistent results. The rangetop has 4 induction elements including a large 11″ 3700 watt element. It also has a convenient 6″ 100 watt warming zone element. The 5.3 cu.ft. self-clean oven has GE's Precise Air convection system. Other features include a warming drawer, and oven racks can stay in during the cleaning cycle.

Call or visit Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center today for the best pricing on these ranges or other fine appliance and plumbing fixtures.

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August 21, 2013
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