The marketplace really can offer you a variety of electric ranges (like those of the GE appliances brand) that have different features and prices. One of those units is the KitchenAid KESK901SSS 30 electric range – stainless steel.
This KitchenAid slide in electric range has a frameless cooktop that includes a double ring element (meaning, two different sizes at the same spot) in addition to three single ring elements. If you didn’t have a glass top range in the past then you might need to get used to the beveled glass edges of the Kitchen Aid KESK901SSS.
As you examine the outside look of this electrical appliance it’s possible to see that the unit was careful designed to have an attractive look, that may or may not fit the overall design of your kitchen. But other than the impressive look of the KitchenAid KESK901SSS 30 electric range – stainless steel, how does it actually function as an actual electrical range?
The Performance of The Kitchen Aid KESK901SSS Slide in Electric Range
To begin with, the surface area of the appliance is probably large enough for the majority of tasks that you want it to perform. On the other hand, it can be a bit complicated to clean the KitchenAid slide in electric range because of the sharp corners in the top, and you’ll also need to be careful not to accidentally touch the oven controls while you’re cleaning (or doing anything else for this matter). The oven control settings seem to be quite sensitive to touch, so that’s another issue that you would need to deal with if you decide to buy this model.
The cooking performance of the KitchenAid KESK901SSS 30 electric range – stainless steel isn’t very impressive too – there is no doubt that some improvements would make it a whole lot more useful and simple to use, but this has yet to happen. The Kitchen Aid KESK901SSS range does heat up quickly and can actually get quite hot. However, the dial controls / heating mechanism seem to have a couple of problems.
The temperature controls of the KitchenAid slide in electric range aren’t calibrated (for example, you could set the oven for one temperature and in the end the real temperature in the oven would be much higher). Furthermore, the burners on top of the Kitchen Aid KESK901SSS don’t maintain the heat properly as you might expect. Sometimes, the burners don’t get hot enough to cook / boil, and on other occasions, certain burners actually get extremely hot.
Overall, you would need to have a lot of patience in order to use the KitchenAid KESK901SSS 30 electric range – stainless steel – not something that you expect as after you pay a good amount of money for it. Thus, it could be a smart decision to look for other electric ranges that the market has to offer.