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GE Profile Stainless Steel Gas Range with Wifi and Air Fry $899.97

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[Costco] GE Profile Stainless Steel Gas Range with Wifi and Air Fry $899.97

For Costco Members only. Includes delivery and haulaway of your old stove, if needed. I just got this range delivered yesterday. First impressions are good. The burners are better than my previous Maytag and the Wifi setup was easy and seems to work well. Integration with Alexa doesn't seem possible in Canada but I have an ongoing ticket with GE to find out.

Currently selling at Home Depot for $1499.99

I priced matched Costco's previous special offer price of $1,159.99, which the HD rep thought was a crazy deal for this range. Then I saw it go on clearance for $899.97 at Costco and cancelled the HD order. They would not price match the $899.97 because it's a member-only price, but you can try. You can add 3 years to the 2 year warranty for another $98.99:

https://www.costco.ca/excellenceplus%2b ... 09375.html
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damn. great price. wish they had in slate. it'd match the brand/model of the rest of our appliances.
Saving money on things I don't need since 2009. thanks RFD

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why does an oven need wifi? can it alert you if the gas is left on?
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zaius wrote: why does an oven need wifi? can it alert you if the gas is left on?
No ore things to break. I would rather my house burn down.
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OP, may I ask why you did not pick the Haier one that's 100 more?
How did you get it installed and how much?
Will shops like HD offer installation services or you recommend hiring private installer?
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Could someone with more experience compare this with the Haier one?
I find this one got higher BTU, should I pick this one over the Haier one?
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rockxxxlee wrote: Could someone with more experience compare this with the Haier one?
I find this one got higher BTU, should I pick this one over the Haier one?

The home appliances business, namely Haier Smart Home, has seven global brands – Haier, Casarte, Leader, GE Appliances, Fisher & Paykel, Aqua and Candy.

They're the same maker. You want to go with the highest btu.
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supramessiah wrote: OP, may I ask why you did not pick the Haier one that's 100 more?
How did you get it installed and how much?
Will shops like HD offer installation services or you recommend hiring private installer?
I chose this one because apprently the Haier one requires you to use the app to turn the oven light on. The burners are also at the edges of the stovetop which doesn't make sense to me. These design blunders made me worry about what other design mistakes I'd encounter. The GE brand, while being owned by Haier, has a long history and have probably the most reliabily designed gas ranges in the industry, and parts are easier to get if needed down the line.

I have an existing gas line to my oven location. If you don't have this already, you'll have to contact a gas fitter aka. Hvac technician to quote you because the length of the line and access to the oven location will determine the cost. I'd say anywhere from $400-600 should be expected but could be higher for long runs or complicated installs. I personally swapped out the old oven with the new myself, many youtube videos show how to do that but if you're not comfortable with that, an hvac technician should install it for under $200, which is the higher end.
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justrajdeep wrote: Is that oven gas or electric?
Title of this thread says gas. Costco link says gas.
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I've been looking to replace the gas range that came with the house when we bought it for some time now - this looks like a great price.

If Costco only offers delivery and haul-away, are you guys handling the installation yourself? Assuming gas line already exists at the stove with a shutoff.
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ichibansan wrote: Title of this thread says gas. Costco link says gas.
I am asking if it is dual fuel? The cooktop is gas but can't find any information on the oven.
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I own this one minus the Wi-Fi capability. Great oven!
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justrajdeep wrote: I am asking if it is dual fuel? The cooktop is gas but can't find any information on the oven.
If it doesn't say duel fuel it's not duel fuel.
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o1solstice wrote: I've been looking to replace the gas range that came with the house when we bought it for some time now - this looks like a great price.

If Costco only offers delivery and haul-away, are you guys handling the installation yourself? Assuming gas line already exists at the stove with a shutoff.
Installation is easy, you just need some of the special yellow gas tape and a couple of wrenches.
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Swerny wrote: nice deal but OOS
Still showing stock for me. It depends on your postal code.
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I got a ge gas range from Costco a month back.

Costco delivered the range, they will go into your home and put it where you want. You have to pay for someone else to disconnect the gas line before they are at your house if you want them to haul it away - they don’t do gas disconnect. After they haul it away, the same person likely knows to come back and reconnect the gas line.

One thing to note about the ge range I have is the grate thing doesn’t have an opening at the centre - you can see in the picture the metal grate goes from one side through the middle to the other. This means if you have any round bottom woks, you can’t use it on this gas range. Don’t matter if you use flat bottom though.

Also build quality is kinda iffy cause the knob things for turning on the gas don’t line up exactly to the off marker, but that’s just appearance, but idk if that’s common.

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