- New GE Profile™ Series models showcase two popular styles: flat-glass canopy and full stainless steel
- Features include four fan speeds, three light settings, halogen lights and LED-backlit controls
- Each hood makes a strong sculptural statement in the kitchen
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Jan. 20, 2015—Kitchen range hoods need not be boring. Add showstopper style to kitchens with one of the new 2015 GE range hoods. Two GE Profile™ Series models—a stunning new flat-glass canopy hood and a new wall-mounted full stainless steel hood—certainly make a statement in the kitchen. Each hood is stainless steel, sleek and modern looking, with a European feel.
“The new designs add drama to the kitchen,” said Brian McWaters, built-in products marketing manager for GE Appliances. “The style ties in beautifully with where our other kitchen appliances are going.”
Features on these hoods include:
- An attention-grabbing appearance that deviates from traditional undercabinet hoods
- Three light settings (on, off, and night light), four fan speeds (including a boost option to quickly vent heat and fumes) and two halogen lights
- Convertible venting and an optional wireless remote control, making the hoods ADA compliant
- A delayed off feature, allowing homeowners to run the fan for an additional 15 minutes with an automatic shutoff
- Stylish controls backlit with LED lighting
Both models are available in 30- and 36-inch widths (flat-glass canopy models PVW7301SJSS and PVW7361SJSS, and full stainless steel hood models PVW7302SJSS and PVW7362SJSS) and retail for an MSRP of $550–$600.* They will be available in May.
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