Introducing The New
PREMIER CORDLESS GAS RANGES
No Power is No Problem!
 Your replacement for our standing gas pilot range

Features and Benefits

There is absolutely no AC power required to run these cordless ranges, making these low-energy, highly efficient ranges perfect for solar "off-grid" homes.  The complete electronic ignition system will, of course, operate during power failures, running off 8 AA batteries.  Should the batteries wear down--and they provide a warning--burners and ovens can be match lit.  With no standing pilot light burning, these models save energy, and they easily convert to LP without a kit.  The battery models are not equipped with oven light or electronic clock/timer. 

The cook tops have a long-lasting, easy-to-clean porcelain finish top, a recessed design that helps keep spills in place, and a lifetime limited warranty on the top burners, assuring quality and performance.    

K Series models include four 9,100 top burners, a 17,000 BTU oven burner, and a 4" porcelain backguard. The 24", 30", and 36" ProSeries models feature burners that reach 15,000 BTU.  The K Series BH and BJ models, as well as the BMK5X0OP, feature sealed burners.  All ProSeries model burners are sealed.  The 36" ProSeries are equipped with a cast aluminum griddle that fits over the two middle burners.  For complete information on top burner BTU capacity, see our "Ranges by BTU" PDF.

The BLK5S9WP has a built-in cast aluminum griddle and fifth burner.  With this model the griddle easily lifts out and the 5th burner tray and grid are put in place creating the fifth burner.  This model has five 9,100 BTU burners, a stainless steel griddle cover, windowed door, 10" backguard with tempered glass, and chrome heat reflector trays.

The full size ovens on the 30" and 36" models are 25" wide, with extra storage capacity on the 36" models.  A baffled oven burner disperses heat uniformly, venting from the center bottom backguard, and a removable oven bottom has a recessed area to retain spills. The completely insulated ovens save energy and allow for better baking. The oven also includes heavy-duty nickel-plated oven racks with a stop position and four factory-installed leg levelers.

The broiler features an easy access roll-out drop door and an all porcelain finished smokeless pan and tray.


Click on any stove below for larger image and color availability.
 

NOTE:  Appliances are not stocked locally and ship from our Midwest supplier.
 

 Premier K Series

20" BAK100OP  $510
(also available in black and biscuit)
20" BHK5X0OP   $635
(also available in black)
24" BCK100OP   $637
(also available in black and biscuit)

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24" BJK5X0OP  $795
(also available in black)
30" BFK100OP   $530
(also available in black and biscuit)
30" BFK5S9WP   $685
(also available in black and biscuit)

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30"BMK5X0OP  $700
(also available in black)
36" BLK100WP   $665
(also available in black and biscuit)
36" BLK5S9WP   $810
(also available in black and biscuit)

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 Premier ProSeries
Stainless Steel Models

20" P20B3102P  $1375 24" P24B3102P  $1440 24" P24B3202P   $1440

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30" P30B3102P  $1440 30" P30B3202P  $1440 36" P36B3182P   $1970

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  36" P36B3282P  $1970  
 


WHAT TRUCK FREIGHT ENTAILS: The best rate for truck freight shipping is to have you pick it up at the local freight terminal or commercial drop point. A residential delivery is usually $50 to $60 more than a business delivery, and, a lift gate (which drops the goods off at ground level), is another $80 to $100 in additional fees. Inside delivery is an additional cost on top of that.

Know someone with a truck? Can you have a dolly or hand cart on hand? If you can mobilize a couple of strong bodies, you might be able to save $50 to as much as $120 or so on your freight costs. Call for your freight on any of our truck freight items
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NOTE ABOUT RECEIVING TRUCK FREIGHT ITEMS: Do not sign for anything until you have inspected your unit.
You have spent good money on this, and it was shipped in good condition. If you don't inspect it, and open the unit at home and find 'hidden damage', there is no recourse for a truck freight claim. All claims for damage MUST be made at the time of receipt of the unit! Note any damage on the bill of lading before signing off--it's a relatively easy process to get a new unit or replacement parts if you do so. But not if you don't inspect it! Also, don't refuse an obviously damaged unit. You will still be charged for it, as we will also be by our suppliers. Freight damage is very rare (FORTUNATELY!), but proper documentation and reporting of any damage will expedite the claims process.