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Bosch 700 Integra

Posted by Dee_Me (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 11, 13 at 22:04

I have recently sold my home and am moving into a condo. I am facing the daunting task of a reno to a small kitchen. I am trying to narrow it down and have an opportunity to get a Bosch 700 Integra slide in electric range at a fantastic price. I know everyone is raving about induction, but it's not an option. Does anyone have this range and can speak about it's reliability?

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RE: Bosch 700 Integra

I doubt you will find much input here in GW, as far as reviews go on a "Conventional" Electric Range.

Have you even bothered to check out induction? Since you just sold your home it's a bit "confusing to me" at least, that you can not scrape enough resources together to go for the induction.

A brand new place (for You), and you want to start out with a "Model T" in your kitchen Reno??? Most likely with a condo, you won't have a well performing hood venting outside? Then there is the extra power a conventional range will use over induction, and the extra chore of cleaning it up, versus induction!

You do not say why, "Induction is NOT an option", and the fact you rave about a "fantastic price", leads me to believe your decision is "Mostly" an "Economic One"---please correct me if I'm wrong!

Having said all the above, a quick google search does turn up a lot of 5 star ratings for the Bosch 700 Series Ranges, Sears, Lowes, etc etc, alto it does vary somewhat by model #, which you did not post.

Anyway, good luck with your "Model T", (LOL)


RE: Bosch 700 Integra

Jeez... she just asked for info on a particular range model, not a evaluation or opinion on her finances or her choice of range style.

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