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GE Monogram Range Review And Comparison

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GE is a company that has been producing industrial appliances since the 1800s, though they didn’t start making kitchen appliances until 1907. It was in this year that GE released their first full line of heating and cooking devices. Since then, GE has developed the Monogram brand as their personal line of luxury kitchen appliances including ranges, refrigerators, and dishwashers.


In this review we will take a closer look at the Monogram ranges that GE produces, explore their features, discover pros and cons, and go over some of the biggest competitors on the market.

Comparison Table GE Monogram Range

 


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GE Monogram Range Features At  A Glance

Monogram Professional Dual-Burner Baking System

GE Monogram ranges are powered with three different heating elements to provide the best baking results. These ranges combine GE’s Reverse-Air convection heating with their infrared broil and high-powered gas burner to help chefs cook the perfect meal every time.


The convection-heating element is powered by a single fan that circulates heat throughout the oven, which helps cook food evenly while keeping moisture in. The infrared broiler heats more quickly and evenly than its traditional gas or electric counterparts, so you can evenly brown from the top. The gas burner can also be used to help keep temperatures up and keep heat moving.


There are three convection cooking modes that can be used on the GE Monogram ranges: bake, broil, and roast. Convection baking is great for delicate baking, and can be used to make beautifully browned cookies and bread. The broil mode offers high heat temperatures that can evenly bake large quantities of heavy meals, such as steaks or kebabs. The roasting mode evenly browns meat, keeping all of the juices and flavors on the inside.


There are a few other non-convection cooking options, including a traditional bake and proofing mode. This is good for foods that have specific heating instructions, such as breads or other delicate pastries.

Sealed Stacked Burners

Sealed gas burners use a protective cap to evenly distribute heat, while a stacked burner offers two layers of flame port to regulate heat. GE combined these two burner innovations to create sealed stacked burners for their Monogram range line.


This particular design of burner allows the GE Monogram ranges to burn as low as 140 degrees or as high as 18,000 BTU. The low temperature simmer allows you to heat delicate foods without the risk of burning them, such as fine chocolate or sauces. With a power max of 18,000 BTU, you can fry up a delicious stir-fry or boil large pots of water in minutes.

Reversible Burner Grates

One of the most interesting features of the GE Monogram ranges is their unique reversible burner grate design. All of the burner grates found on these ranges can be flipped from the flat side to other side, which has raised curved edges fit for a wok.


When left on the flat side of the grate, you can easily transfer pots and pans from burner to burner without having to pick them up. The raised side is perfect for nestling curved wok pans above the burner for a more even heating.

All Gas Or Dual Fuel

There are two different fuel options for the GE Monogram ranges: all gas or duel fuel.


All gas ranges can either be attached to a utility line, or use liquid propane to heat all elements of the range. All gas ranges tend to fluctuate more in temperature, which can cause uneven heating while using the oven.


Dual fuel ranges use gas to heat up the cooktop and electricity to heat up the oven. The advantage of a dual fuel range is that they can offer a more precise, even temperature throughout the oven. However, these ranges tend to cost a bit more than the all gas models.

Electronic Ignition And Re-Ignition

The electronic ignition feature on the GE Monogram ranges ensures that only the burner you want to be using ignites when you turn the cooktop on. Gas burners need a constant flow of gas to keep a constant flame, and all of the burners are connected to the gas line. The electronic ignition indicates which burner needs the flame, and only ignites the burner you want to use.


The electric ignition feature also works when it senses the flame on an active burner has gone out. Rather than having to manually re-ignite the burner, the GE Monogram range will automatically produce another flame so you can get right back to your cooking.

Optional Griddle or Grill

ge monogram range  griddle or grill.

The 36” and 48” GE Monogram ranges have the opportunity to replace the middle two burners with grill or griddle cooking areas. The grill has small vertical ridges that help distribute the heat throughout the cooking surface and add attractive grill lines to your food. Flip the grill over for smoother ridges that allow you to grill delicate foods such as vegetables or fish.


The griddle addition is made with a stainless steel that is clad with aluminum. The griddle heats up evenly across the entire cooking area, making it ideal for delicate foods such as eggs or pancakes. The griddle also comes with a dip tray, a stainless steel cover and a bamboo cutting board that can fit on top of the griddle area.

Extra Large Oven Capacity

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The GE Monogram ranges have some of the largest oven capacities found on the current market with most over 5.7 cubic feet. This gives you more than enough room to cook large dishes, such as a whole fish or turkey. All GE Monogram ranges are wide enough to fit restaurant-size baking sheets, so you’ll have more than enough room to make entire batches of cookies in one setting.

Three Full Extension Oven Racks

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GE fills their large high capacity ranges with three sliding oven racks that can fully extend so you don’t have to reach inside a hot oven. These racks glide smoothly on stainless steel ball bearings, and can be rearranged at will with five rack positions to choose from. The extension racks are designed to remain in the oven during the self-cleaning cycle, so you won’t have to worry about having to pull them out from the oven to clean them.

Self-Cleaning Mode

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All GE Monogram ranges have a self-cleaning mode that helps break down grease and food waste inside the ovens. This self-cleaning mode works by heating up the inside of the oven to a specific temperature, which effectively burns off anything that clings to the sides. Once the self-cleaning mode has been run, we recommend you let the oven cool before wiping it down with a soft dishrag or sponge. This will keep your oven running at peak condition, and keep odors from soiling your dishes.

GE Monogram Range Pros And Cons

Pros

  • Powerful Burners. With four to six sealed stacked burners, the GE Monogram ranges offer some of the most high-powered rangetop cooking. The simmer option burns lower than just about any model currently on the market. The 18,000 BTU maximum provides more than enough heat to properly fry or seer your dishes.
  • Even Convection Cooking. A good convection oven heats food from all sides in an almost simultaneous manner, which we find with the GE Monogram ranges. The convection element in these ranges also allows for quicker preheating, so you won’t have to wait as long before you can start cooking.
  • Versatile Cooking Surfaces. The reversible cooking grates found on the GE Monogram ranges are something we’ve never seen before, and we love the way it holds a wok. We also appreciate the versatility of the grill and griddle additions, which make it easy to cook food directly on the heat source.
  • Sleek, Professional Design. GE obviously put a lot of thought in the design of the Monogram ranges, and we think their efforts paid off. These ranges are sleek, sophisticated, and can easily match any kitchen style.
  • Perfect for Baked Goods. We found that the GE Monogram ranges are great for cooking delicate baked goods. The convection heating element ensures that your cookies or bread will come out perfectly browned on the outside, while staying moist and warm on the inside. You also won’t have to worry about burning the bottom of your baked goods, as the heat will constantly cycle through the oven to avoid creating hot spots.
  • Plenty of Premium Features. Although the GE Monogram ranges don’t outwardly appear to be high tech, there are plenty of premium features packed in that make this a great professional range. We particularly love the electronic re-ignition function, and find great use in the proofing mode when baking bread.

Cons

  • No Touch Screen Controls. While many may not see this as a con, a lack of touch screen controls severely limits the Monogram ranges. All of the oven settings are confined to the knobs on the front of the oven, so you can’t customize them as much as some of the other models currently on the market.
  • More Pricey than Similar Models. While by far not the most expensive line of ranges on the market, the GE Monogram ranges do start at a higher price range than many other models with similar features.
  • Problems with Roasting. During testing, we found that the GE Monogram ranges aren’t as good at roasting meat as other brands we’ve tested. Roasts took longer and came out drier than many of the other models on the market.
  • Can’t Switch Off Oven Light During Use. This is more of a personal preference than a true con, but some can find it annoying that there is no way to turn off the oven light while the oven is in use.

GE Monogram Range Pricing

Pricing on GE MonoGram ranges is based on a few key variations, including oven size, fuel type, and if you want to include additional grill or griddle.


All-gas GE Monogram ranges start with the 30” model at $$$$ MSRP. The larger 36” models with 6 burners run for $$$$, while the addition of a griddle will cost $$$$ MSRP. The 48” range comes with a griddle for no additional charge for a total of $$$$ MSRP.


Dual fuel GE Monogram ranges also start with a 30” model at $$$$ MSRP. The next size up is the 36” model, which starts at $$$$ and goes up to $$$$ with the addition of a grill or griddle. The 48” model can also come with either a grill or griddle for $$$$, or you can get a model with both for $$$$.

GE Monogram R​​​​anges vs Viking 5 Series Ranges

When looking at the competition, we decided that the GE Monogram ranges hold up closest to Viking’s 5 Series line of ranges. The Viking 5 Series comes with model options that range from 30 to 60”, which is one of the largest size ranges on the market. They come in all gas, dual fuel, or electric induction variations.


The Viking 5 Series has a lot of similarities to the GE Monogram series, including a convection element and infrared broiler. The GE Monogram beats out the Viking 5 Series when it comes to burner power, as the Viking 5 Series is only equipped with burners that go up to 15,000 BTU. However, the Viking 5 Series is superior when it comes to preheat times, and performs much better when it comes to roasting.  

Is A GE Monogram Range Right For You?

There are a lot of things we really like about the GE Monogram range series. We love cooking baked good such as cookies in these ovens, which come out perfectly thanks to the convection heating. We also like the versatility of the cooktop, which comes with the reversible burner grates so you can cook with a wok.


All in all, the GE Monogram ranges are a great option for just about any kitchen. We personally recommend these models with the grill or griddle attachments, as they heat evenly and prevent the need to dirty cookware. We don’t recommend these ranges to those who are looking to make a lot of roasts, as we had some trouble getting the ranges up to the right roasting climate.

GE Monogram Review: Everything You Need To Know

GE Monogram

There are a lot brands out there that supply different kitchen appliances. Some of them may be familiar to you, others not so much.

Kitchen appliances can get costly quickly. These companies offer things from ranges to refrigerators. Today we will focus on the brand GE Monogram.

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What Is The GE Monogram?

GE is a familiar name—it stands for General Electric. It’s an international company with thousands of employees. Monogram is 1 of 4 series of appliances. It’s considered the best of out of the series.

Monogram offers high end appliances that are easy to use. They boast that they offer high style, superior craftsmanship, and award winning technology.

For appliances they offer ranges, range tops and cooktops, ovens, microwaves, advantium ovens, range hoods, warming drawers, pizza ovens, refrigerators, and dishwashers.  

Product Specifications

We thought it would be good to give specifications of each type of product. That way it gives you an idea of what they offer. Depending on what you want and decide to buy, the specifications may change.

Refrigerator

Monogram offers different styles of refrigerators. They have the Professional which has smooth, premium grade stainless steel exterior. The hand finished edges highlight the exquisite craftsmanship that’s the Monogram hallmark.

The European style is more focused on a streamline, modern design. They have heavy gauge hand polished stainless steel that covers the doors.

Panel Ready gives a personalize kitchen look that will customize your Monogram refrigerator with cabinet compatible panels that blends in with the rest of your cabinets.

They also offer full size and built in refrigerators.

The example we are going to use is the Monogram 48 Inch Built In Professional Side-by-Side Refrigerator with Dispenser. It costs $$$$.

Capacity
 
Total Capacity (cubic feet)
30.1 Cu. Ft.
Fresh Food Capacity
17.56 Cu. Ft.
Freezer Capacity
12.53 Cu. Ft.
Features
 
WiFi Connect
Built In
Connected Capabilities
Amazon Alexa, IFTTT, The Google Assistant
Temperature Management Features
Electronic Sensors, Multi-Shelf Air, Management Tower
Control Type
Upfront Electronic Digital Temperature Display
Defrost Type
Auto
Icemaker
Factory Installed
Dispenser
Extra Tall with Cubes, Crushed Ice & Chilled Water
Dispenser Features
Child Lock, Disappearing Electronic Glass Touch with Proximity Sensor, Dispenser Light, Door Alarm, Water Filter Indicator Light
Water Filtration
GE Water Filter Indicator 1 Year
Filter Location
Upper Right Corner
Fresh Food Cabinet Shelves
4 Total
Fresh Food Cabinet Shelf Features
Adjustable
Fresh Food Door Bins
4
Fresh Food Door Features
Adjustable Gallon Storage
Fresh Food Features
 
Climate Control Drawer
Express Chill, Express Thaw, Select Temp
Deli Drawer
Adjustable Sealed with Full Extension Slides
Produce Drawer
High-Humidity Sealed with Full Extension Slides
Freezer Cabinet Shelves
5 Adjustable, 5 Total, Wire
Freezer Door Bins
3 Total
Freezer Utility Baskets
2
Clear Lexan Bins and Pans
Yes
Interior Lighting
LED Light Towers, Top LED and Pan LED Lighting
Weight & Dimensions
 
Approximate Shipping Weight
800 Pounds
Net Weight
763 Pounds
Overall Depth
25 3.4 Inches
Overall Height
84 Inches
Overall Width
48 Inches
Warranty
 
Parts Warranty
Limited 12 Year Sealed Refrigerating System Parts, Limited 2 Year Entire Appliance, Limited 5 Year Sealed Refrigerating System, Limited Lifetime Full Extension Slides
Labor Warranty
Limited 2 Year Entire Appliance, Limited 5 Year Seal Refrigerating System

Range

Like with the refrigerators, there are different styles of ranges. You can choose from Professional and European.

The Professional style is more like what a professional cook would use. They have reversible burner grates, robust handles, and weighted die-cast knobs that make them the perfect tools to help you cook.

The European style is more focused on design. They have a more streamline look to them. They have radially brushed stainless steel.

The range we are going to use as an example is the Monogram 48 Inches Dual Fuel Professional Range with 4 Burners Grill and Griddle. It costs $$$$.

Capacity
 
Capacity (Cu. Ft.)
5.75 Caterer Oven/ 2.5 Everyday Oven
Total Capacity (Cu. Ft.)
8.25 Cu. Ft.
Features
 
Configuration
4 Burners, Grill, Griddle
Cooking System
Reverse Air Convection, True European Convection
Oven Cleaning Type
Self-Cleaning (Both Ovens)
140. Deg. Simmer Burner
All Burners are Adjustable
Control Type
Digital Temperature Display with Timer Display (Both Ovens)
Indicator Lights
Burner “On”
Adjustable Ceramic IR Grill
Yes
Oven Control Features
Automatic Oven Meat Probe (Both Ovens), Certified Sabbath Mode, Delay Clean Options (Both Ovens), Proof Mode (Both Ovens)
Oven Cooking Modes
Convection Bake (Both Ovens), Convection Broil (Both Ovens), Convection Roast (Both Ovens)
Cooktop Burner Grate Features
Continuous Grates, Porcelain Cast Iron 3 Piece Reversible (Flat/Wok) Grates
Stainless Steel Gril/ Griddle Covers
2
Cleaning Time
5 Hours (Both Ovens)
Self Clean Oven Door Lock
Automatic
Oven Rack Features
3 Self-Clean Oven Racks (Caterer Oven), 2 Self Clean Oven Racks (Everyday Oven), 4 Rack Positions (Everyday Oven), 5 Rack Positions (Caterer Oven), Full Extension
Convection Roasting Rack
Yes
Broiler Pan and Grid
2
Fuel Type
Dual Fuel (with Natural Gas)
Ignition System
Electronic with Auto Reigniting
Interior Oven Light
3 Halogen Lamps (Everyday Oven), 6 Hyalogen Lamps (Caterer Oven)
Lighting
LED Bullnose Task Lighting
Weight & Dimensions
 
Approximate Shipping Weight
672 Pounds
Net Weight
576 Pounds
Overall Height
35 1/4 Inches
Overall Width
47 7/8 Inches
Cabinet Width
48 Inches
Overall Depth
28 1/4 Inches

Oven

GE Monogram also offers ovens in the Professional and European styles. They also have single wall ovens, double wall ovens, single/double wall ovens, and pizza ovens. We will be using the Monogram 30 Inch Electronic Convection Double Wall Oven for our example. It costs $$$$.

Capacity
 
Capacity (Cu. Ft.)
5.0 Upper/ 5.0 Lower
Total Capacity (Cu. Ft.)
10 Cu. Ft.
Features
 
Configuration
Double Oven
Cooking System
Flat Back Convection Cover, Reverse Air Convection True European Convection with Direct Air (Both Ovens)
Oven Cleaning Type
Self-Clean with Steam Clean Option (Both Ovens)
Cleaning Time
Variable with Delay Clean Option
Oven Cooking Modes
Convection Bake (Both Ovens), Convection Bake Multi Rack (Both Ovens), Convection Broil Crisp (Both Ovens), Convection Roast (Both Ovens), Thermal Bake (Both Ovens), Thermal Broil (Both Ovens)
Self Clean Oven Door Lock
Automatic
Control Type
Backlit Digital Knobs, Backlit LCD Display, Electronic Dial, Notification Lighting
Oven Features
10 Pass Bake Element, 10 Pass Dual Broil Element, Closed Door Broiling
Oven Rack Features
3 Self Clean Heavy Duty (2 Full Extension), Oven Racks (Both Ovens), 6 Ladder Rack Positions (Both Ovens)
Broiler Pan and Grid
Yes
Interior Oven Light
2 Theater Style LED Light Columns (Upper/Lower)
Oven Control Features
24 Hour/ 12 Hour Time Display, Audible Preheat Signal, Auto Oven Shut Off with Override, Auto Recipe Conversion, Automatic Oven Meat Probe, Certified Sabbath Mode, Control Lock Capability, Cook Time, Crisp Mode, Delay Bake Option, Delay Clean Option, Delay Start, Digipad Numeric Entry, Electronic Clock and Kitchen Timer, Hi/Low Broil Mis-Wise Detection, Notification Light, Oven Light Pad, Proof Mode (Both Ovens), Remote Enable, Self and Steam Clean Modes, Temperature Display, Warm Mode (Both Ovens)
WiFi Connect
Built In
Connected Capabilities
Amazon Alexa, DiGiorno, Drop, IFTTT, Innit, Nest, The Google Assistant
Cooking Technology
Convection
Weight & Dimensions
 
Net Weight
364 Pounds
Overall Height
53 1/16 Inches
Overall Width
29 3/4 Inches
Overall Depth
26 5/8 Inches
Cabinet Width
30 Inches

Microwave

The microwave that will the our example is the Monogram Built In Oven With Advantium Speedcook Technology 240V. It costs $$$$.

Capacity
 
Total Capacity (Cubic Feet)
1.6 Cu. Ft.
Features
 
Control Type
Glass Touch Controls Dial
Cooking Technology
Advantium
Microwave Watts (IEC-705)
950.0 W
Cooking Modes
Broil, Convection Bake, Microwave, Speedcook, Toast, Warm/Proof
Style
Built In
Program Cooking
Over 175 Programmed Recipes
Convection Cooking Controls
Bake
Advantium Cooking Controls
Clock, Demo Mode, Electronic Scrolling Digital Display, Help Pad, Repeat Last, Variable Scroll Speed
Microwave Sensor Cooking Controls
Eggs (Instant On), Ground Meats (Instant On), Popcorn, Potato (Instant On), Rice (Instant On), Vegetables (Instant On)
Control Features
Auto & Time Defrost, Clock, Cooking Complete Reminder, Cooking Guide, Custom Recipe Saver, Display On/Off
Microwave Oven Interior
Stainless Steel
Ceramic Pan
Yes
Convection Tray
Yes
Display On/Off
Yes
Express Cook
Instant On
Rack Type
Wire Oven Rack
Turntable
Yes
Turntable Size
16.0 Inches
Weights & Dimensions
 
Cabinet Width
30 Inches
Net Weight
77 Pounds
Overall Depth
21 1/2 Inches
Overall Height
19 1/32 Inches
Overall Width
29 25/32 Inches

Dishwasher

Our example dishwasher is the Monogram Fully Integrated Dishwasher with European Handle. It costs $$$$.

Features
 
Style
Built In
Tub and Door Liner
Stainless Steel
Tub Type
Tall Tub
Control Type
Electronic Tactile Buttons, Top Controls
Dishwasher Control Features
Audible End of Cycle Signal, Hi-Resolution Gray Scale LCD Control Display, Last Cycle Memory
Wash System
900 Series
Wash System Features
140+ Spray Jet Wash System, Automatic Temperature Control, Bottle Wash Jets, Dedicated Silverware Jets, Deep Clean Silverware Jets, Hidden Heater, Middle Wash Arm, Piranha Hard Food Disposer with Removable Filter, Reversing Blade Lower Wash Arm, Side Jets, Variable Speed Dual Pumps and Motors
Sensor
Clean Sensor
Wash Arms
102 Spray Jet Wash System, 3 Pressurized Wash Arms, Bottle Wash Jets, Jets-Variable Pressure, Lower-Reversing Blade, Middle-Blade, Side Jets
Water Filtration System
100% Filtration with Piranha Hard Food Disposer and Removable Filter
Dispenser
Electronic Low Rinse Aid Sensor, Rinse Aid with Indicator and Adjustment
Number of Cycles
7
Dishwasher Cycles
Auto Sense, Express, Heavy Wash, Light Wash, Normal Wash, Rinse, eWash
Number of Options
11
Dishwasher Options
Bottle Wash, Child Lock, Delay Start 1-12 Hours, Heated Dry, Pre-Soak, Sani (NSF Certified), Wash TempBoost, Wash Zone Lower Only, Wash Zone Upper Only
Rack Features
2-Fold Down Tines-Lower, 2 Utility Shelves with Stem Safe-Upper, 3 Piece Silverware Basket with Soft Touch Handle, Adjustable Upper Rack, Ball-Tipped Tines, Wash Your Way Customizable Rack
Number of Place Settings
Up to 16
Interior Lighting
LED
WiFi Connect
Built In
Connected Capabilities
Amazon Alexa, Amazon Dash Replenishment, IFTTT, The Google Assistant
Weight & Dimensions
 
Cabinet Width
24 Inches
Net Weight
126 Pounds
Overall Height
34 Inches
Overall Depth
24 Inches
Overall Width
23 3/4 Inches

Pricing

Depending on what appliance you choose, you could pay anywhere from $$$$ to $$$$. The prices depend on the appliance you buy, how large it is, and how many features it comes with.

You can buy these appliances from AjMadisonUS Appliance, and GE Appliances. You can also use the Monogram website to find a local dealer.  

How GE Monogram Compares To Other Brands

GE Monogram tends to be a couple thousand dollars cheaper than other brands. They also focus more on style than other brands. They offer WiFi built into most of their products, and some brands don’t offer that.

Some people are wary of this brand because it’s less knowable than others.

Pros And Cons Of GE Monogram

There are good and bad points about these different appliances.

Pros

  • Style
  • Design
  • Cheaper than other brands
  • Materials used
  • It’s easy to use
  • Easy to clean
  • Good customer service

Cons

  • Not a knowable brand
  • Could bake things a little faster than intended
  • Can be difficult to repair
  • Some people feel that the fridge didn’t have enough space

Give This Unknown Brand A Chance

While GE Monogram isn’t as well known as other brands, it creates quality products at decent prices. The fact that they care about style and function is good for those who are trying to create their dream kitchen.

You get plenty of options with subtle details that separate them.

The company takes great care into all the little details to ensure that every product they make works properly and smoothly.

No matter what, you should do your research. Compare GE Monogram to other brands. See what is good and bad about each of them. Think about what your needs are and which appliance answers these needs.

As always, make sure that you make a budget before looking at anything. How disappointing would it be to fall in love with something, only to find out its way out of your price range.

No matter what appliance you get, it’s a costly investment. So it’s worth taking the time to do the research and be sure that you know what you’re looking for.

Jenn Air Range Customer Review And Comparison

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Whether consumers are remodeling, building their own home or simply shopping for new kitchen appliances, it can quickly become an overwhelming process considering all the makes, models and price ranges that these items can come in. When it comes to kitchens, one of the first items that are looked into, besides the refrigerator, is the stovetop or range. Depending on the desired price point, many consumers decide to splurge and go high end, and one item that many individuals look into is a Jenn Air range.

Why the Jenn-Air brand? Because consumers can get high-end quality at a lower price. Yes, most don’t like spending a ton of money on appliances, but a high-end range starting around $$$$, many consider that a steal of a deal!

Below, we will be focusing on the Jenn-Air range model JGRP436WP, also known as the Pro-Style gas range with MultiMode convection.

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This Jenn Air range is a Pro-Style commercial-style gas range that offers both power and precision. This unit comes with six burners, and one of them include a 20,000 BTU stacked burner for high-heat cooking. Another burner is a designated simmer burner for more delicate cooking.

With six different convection cooking modes such as bake, roast, and broil, each distributes heat thoroughly and evenly for beautifully consistent final results.

As far as luxury kitchen appliances go, this Jenn Air range has quite a bit to offer users. Without going into too many details, here are a few of the more attractive features that this Jenn Air range provides users.

The 7-inch, full-color touch-anywhere LDC display features dynamic touch-screen technology. This technology allows users to navigate the controls effortlessly and easily select and control settings such as temperature and cooking time.

The auto convection conversion feature automatically converts conventional cook time and or temperature from any recipe to the appropriate convection setting. This helps to take the guesswork out of convection cooking and helps users achieve consistent, effortless results.

The six burners are all sealed burning. This helps to prevent spills and drips from entering the burner box, which makes it easier to maintain a pristine cooking surface. This range’s ventilation also allows for closed-door broiling. This helps to ensure consistent cooking, and with variable temperature controls, it provides precise heat tailored to different foods and preferences.

Finally, another notable feature of the Jenn Air range is the My Creations option. This control panel combines up to three modes, selecting the time and temperature for each mode. Settings can then be saved for later use or deleted when they are no longer needed.

Below are some more specific features and specs for the Jenn Air Pro-Style Gas Range with MultiMode Convection.

Cooktop Features

Cooktop Element Style

Sealed Burner

Cooktop Surface Color

Black

Cooktop Surface Material

Porcelain Coated Steel

Number of Cooking Element - Burners

6

Center Front Element

Sealed Burner

15000 BTU

Center Rear Element

Simmer

5000 BTU

Left Front Element

Sealed Burner

20,000 BTU

Left Rear Element

Sealed Burner

15,000 BTU

Right Front Element

Dual Flame

20,000 BTU

Right Rear Element

Sealed Burner

15,000 BTU

Number of Grates

3

Oven Features

  • Capacity (Cu Ft): 5.10
  • Oven Cooking System: Convection
  • Bake Element Power: 17,000 BTU
  • Broiler Element Power: 11,000 BTU
  • Convection Element Type: Dual Fan
  • Convection Functions: Bake, Roast
  • Number of Oven Racks: 3
  • Number of Rack Guides: 5
  • Check Circle
    Oven Self-Cleaning: Self-Cleaning

Specs

  • Depth: 27 1/8
  • Height: 36 3/4
  • Width: 35 7/8
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Range Type: Freestanding
  • Capacity (Cu Ft): 5.10
  • Door Type: Metal & Glass
  • Handle Material: Metal
  • Check Circle
    Selections: Clock, Control Lock, Delay Start, Proofing, Sabbath Mode, Simmer, Temperature Probe, Timer
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    ADA Compliant: ADA Height and Operation Compliant
  • Check Circle
    UL: UL

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With the Jenn Air Pro-Style Gas Range with MultiMode Convection being a luxury kitchen item, it comes as no surprise that it comes with a luxury price tag. The going price on Jenn-Air’s website is $$$$ before taxes.

If consumers are looking to save a few pennies, some stores, such as Sears Outlet, offer the JGRP436WP model at $$$$ before taxes, but these units are refurbished units.

How Does The Jenn Air Range Model JGRP436WP Compare To Its Competitors?

The Jenn Air Pro-Style Gas Range with MultiMode Convection is a luxury kitchen appliance with some outstanding features. One area we haven’t touched on is the warranty that this product comes with when purchased through the manufacturer.

Jenn-Air does provide a warranty for their products. For this particular appliance, they offer a five-year limited warranty that includes a two-year limited warranty on parts and labor, with the third through fifth year being a limited warranty on certain component parts only with labor not included.

According to their website, Jenn-Air’s service plan allows customers to continue to receive in-home repair privileges on their Jenn-Air appliances, even after their regular manufacturer warranty expires. Other benefits include a 24/7 Service Hotline, certified Jenn-Air technicians and a repair or replace feature.

Okay, now that we’ve looked at the Jenn Air Model JGRP436WP range’s features, specs, prices, and warranty, why not take a few minutes to see how it stakes up against its competitors?

Bluestar Platinum 36 Range


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The Platinum Series offers unsurpassed power and performance for the discerning home chef who demands restaurant-quality results. This unit comes with powerful 25,000 BTU burners, interchangeable griddle charbroiler, innovative PowR Oven and unmatched customization.

Price: $$$$

Warranty

Bluestar offers a one-year warranty for items that are not registered, and it includes all parts, including the functional component parts contained in the cast iron burner top; seven (7) days for cosmetic component defects as described below; and ninety (90) days on all floor models whether or not used for demonstration.

If the purchased product is properly registered with Prizer-Painter within (30) days of the installation date, the warranty will last for ten (10) years on cast iron burner heads and grates. It will also last one (1) year on all other functional component parts and related service; seven (7) days for cosmetic flaws as described in the warranty document; and provides for extended coverage on certain floor models under the conditions described in the warranty document

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Thermador 36 Professional Series Pro Harmony Standard Depth All Gas Range

The Thermador 36-inch Pro Harmony Range is a 5.0 cubic foot oven with an all gas operation that gives users six pedestal Star Burners, two with the ExtraLow feature. The burners deliver superior power and heat distribution while the burner pedestal with QuickClean Base allows for easy access under the burner for easy cleaning.

Price: $$$$

Warranty

Thermador only offers a two-year limited warranty that is said to cover the entire appliance, parts, and labor, though many customers have reported problems with the warranty, especially finding companies that can service a Thermador unit.

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PROS AND CONS OF THE JENN AIR PRO-STYLE GAS RANGE WITH MULTIMODE CONVECTION

With any product, there are both good aspects and bad. Below, we have listed a few of the good and bad from those who have purchased and used this Jenn Air range.

Pros

When it comes to the positives of this Jenn Air range, there are many. And that’s not an understatement Based on consumer’s reviews, you get your bang for your buck, and in many cases, Jenn Air provides more features for a better price than many of its competitors.

Consumers are very pleased with the overall look of this unit. The stainless steel fits many kitchen designs, and many reported that this unit, while large, never seemed out of place.

One of the most talked about feature on this unit is the spacious six burners. Having six burners, in general, is an appealing feature, but consumers were very pleased with the overall amount of space. Many can cook more items at once but in larger quantities.

The fact that this unit also has a 7-inch, full-color touch-anywhere LDC display was a big draw for many shoppers. In today’s technology-driven world, the touch display helps make it not only simple to understand but easy to use.

Cons

While the pros seem to outweigh the cons when it comes to consumer reviews, there are quite a few that just were not pleased with this range, and for a variety of reasons.

The oven re-ignition system is intended to automatically re-ignite the burner should the flame be accidentally blown out. While the concept is appealing, many complained that the re-ignition system left their home smelling of gas when the unit was being run.

Another common complaint consisted of poor factory settings, especially when it came to the flame setting for the burners. Some experienced an issue with the settings being too high for simmering, and it was not easy to adjust unless they had a professional come out to fix it.

While rare, there were a few consumers that experienced issues with the tempered glass on the door either cracking or exploding while the unit was in use. Others complained that the unit was poorly put together, as in spaces between pieces that should fit smoothly together. This can be an issue not only aesthetically, but also a safety concern. Edges that aren’t smoothed out, or parts that don’t fit together properly become hazards on many different levels.

Clothing can become snagged; users could scratch themselves or cut themselves on rough edges. While these complaints were rarer, they are worth noting.

Pros

  • Nice aesthetics
  • Clear oven controls
  • Easy to use controls
  • Roomie/Spacious
  • Easy to clean
  • Self-cleaning Oven
  • Check Circle
    Simmer Option

Cons

  • Oven re-ignition system
  • Poor factory settings
  • Difficult to keep clean
  • Average broiler
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Is The Jenn Air Pro-Style Gas Range With MultiMode Convection Worth The Price?

When it comes to purchasing luxury items, especially when it comes to appliances for the home, it can be very overwhelming. Choosing to spend a large amount of money on any one item can cause some anxiety. The fact that there are so many different options to choose from on the market sure doesn’t help either.

Jenn-Air provides high-end quality for a slightly lower price, so that helps many consumers achieve that high-end look and feel without the shock of too large of a bill. Their warranty also covers consumer’s purchases for five years, something a few of its competitors don’t offer.

Based on all the above information, not only is the Jenn Air Pro-Style gas range with MultiMode convection worth the money, but it competes well against its competitors. Not only does it provide plenty of features, but it does so at competitive prices.

Based off consumer ratings alone, it scores a little lower, but we believe that the warranty and the fact that users get more for their money warranted a better score. So, overall, we give this Jenn Air range a 4 out of 5-star rating.

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