Save big: GE’s electric range is more than $700 off

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If you're furnishing a new place or just giving your existing kitchen a makeover, a new electric range is a quick way to make major improvements, and Lowe's has the top-rated GE JS645SLSS for $799, a whopping 47% off.  That's a huge savings on a model that matches some of the best electric ranges on the market.

With stainless steel construction – from the brushed finish sides to the easy-to-clean knobs – and a smooth top range that covers the 4 burners with evenly-heating glass for precision cooking and quick clean up.


GE JS645SLSS Electric Range: was $1,509, now $799 @ Lowe's 

A good oven is a smart investment, and you can save hundreds of dollars on the GE JS645SLSS, a smooth-top 4-element electric range and self-cleaning oven with stainless steel finish. It's 47% off at Lowe's, and that's too good a value to miss.

Made to fit into any standard 30-inch oven bay, the GE JS645SLSS features a slide-in design that should work in most homes, especially when replacing an older oven. Slide-in models fit into a space between your kitchen cabinets and countertops, giving you a custom look for less than a built-in model. With finished sides, it's sure to look great even when installation doesn't fit perfectly.

The 5.3 cubic foot oven has upper and lower elements for even baking, a built-in digital thermometer lets you monitor cooking temperatures and the front-mounted controls are easy to use and to see, thanks to a white LED display.

For further convenience, the GE's oven is self-cleaning – no scrubbing required – and has a removable full-width storage drawer for stowing cookware and accessories below the oven.

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Brian Westover

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