Ramblewood high efficiency 2 burner gas cooktop(Natural Gas), GC2-48N
List Price: $490.00
- Natural gas type......FREE SHIPPING!!!
- Ceramic glass with heavy cast iron pot stand, sealed burner. Safety device with thermal couple & flame out failure detection trigger mechanism, Auto shut off gas supply.
- Electric ignition, 110V AC input. Max. Power: Bottom Hob 7000 BTU, Top Hob 11000
- Cooktop dimension: 304mmW x 510mmD x 45.7mmH, without grate or 12"W x 20"Dx 1.8"H, without grate. Clearance for installation: 3.5 inch depth measured from counter top surface.
- One year warranty. We provide free exchange for any defect, & there is 10% restocking fee applied on refund / order cancellation.
High efficiency burner with new design to insure 20% to 30% saving, Electric ignition, Safety device with thermal couple & flame out failure detection trigger mechanism, Auto shut off gas supply, Cooktop dimension: 304mm(W) x 510mm(D) x 45.7mm(H, without grate) or 12"(W) x 20"(D)x 1.8"(H, without grate) Counter top cut out dimension: 10.55 inch x 18.9 inch Minimum depth clearance for installation: 3.5 inch depth measured from counter top surface Power input: 110VAC, Natural Gas type, Max. Power: Bottom Hob 7000 BTU, Top Hob 11000 BTU. We provide free exchange for any defect, & there is 10% restocking fee applied on refund / order cancellation. Buyer is responsible to ship unit back in case of refund / order cancellation.
We purchased this stove for a kitchenette we were putting in our home office. It's a very nice little stove with electric ignition. It functions well, it was easy to install and burns very cleanly. We've had it for 3 months and used it lightly, and everything is great.Stylistically, it's nice to look at as well. Overall I would recommend this product for someone who needs a light use two burner gas stove.Here are the (minor) things that keep me from giving it a 5 star rating:1) The on/off gas knobs are a little too close to the main burner. It would have been better if the main (larger) burner was in the rear. The actual layout won't burn the hair on your fingers or anything, but it just feels a little tight/warm compared to a full-size stove.2) The electric ignition is "manual" - you turn on the gas and hold down the knob in order to light the gas. When the gas is lit, you release the knob. I would have preferred for the more normal system where you turn the knob all the way to maximum and the electric ignition goes on and then you back the knob off to turn the electric ignition off.3) The electric ignition must stay on for a few seconds otherwise the gas flame goes right out. This period is noticeably longer than other electric ignition gas stoves I've used.These three complaints are very minor, and maybe other people wouldn't even notice (or perhaps prefer the way at least #2 and #3 behave now versus the alternatives).