I was looking for an inexpensive range and decided on this GE model. It had to be electric because of my home. This is a very basic model. There's no electronic display. What you get is four coils: two big, two small. The temperature for each one is individually controlled by its own dial. There's the oven in the middle of the unit and on the bottom there is a shelve to store things. I use it to store my bakeware. Because of how simple it is, it's very easy to use. One very annoying thing with my unit is that some of the coils are not perfectly flat. This means that when I place a frying pan on the coil, it will slant a bit. This is most problematic when using oil as all the oil will flow to one side of the pan. I haven't really found a way to fix this, I just have to hold the pan when cooking to keep it flat. The coils heat up at a respectable speed, but I also have an induction cooktop, so it pales in comparison. If you're looking for something cheap, you may want to try this GE range.
Downers Grove, IL