The GE Profile 4.4 Cu. Ft. Drop In Electric Range, Model: PD900DPBB has been developed to provide consumers with a professional way to prepare foods while enhancing the appearance of their kitchen. Since this is a drop-in oven, it will give your kitchen a beautiful built-in appearance. This GE Profile PD900DPBB Electric Range can be found at any major appliance retail store or through online merchants for an average price of $1,350.
User-Friendliness: 4/5 Stars
Cooking Technologies: 4/5 Stars
Value for Price: 4/5 Stars
Overall Rating: 4/5 Stars
Oven Capacity and Features:
The oven found within this GE Profile PD900DPBB Electric Range measures 4.4 cubic feet, which is the industry standard for a consumer-grade electric range within this price category. While this isn’t the largest oven, the average cook will not have a problem with the size of this oven.
This GE Profile PD900DPBB Electric Range is powered by the TrueTemp Temperature Management System. This system is unique to GE, and it works to ensure the temperature produced within this oven is constant and even from one end of the oven to the other. One of my personal favorite features within this GE Profile PD900DPBB Electric Range is the Proof Mode, which will circulate air at 100-degree Fahrenheit to perfectly proof dough so you can make excellent homemade bread. Some of the other features found within this GE Profile PD900DPBB Electric Range include a Warm Mode, which keeps your already prepared foods at their ideal serving temperature as well as a self-cleaning mode to easily clean the oven.
The surface of this GE Profile PD900DPBB Electric Range features a total of four ribbon cooktop elements. These elements are housed underneath a ceramic glass surface, which makes cleaning up after cooking extremely easy. These elements feature a maximum heat output of 3000 watts so you can quickly bring ingredients to a rapid boil. This GE Profile PD900DPBB Electric Range will also provide you with a dual-size element, which features a minimum size of 6-inches and a maximum size of 9-inches within a single element.