This stove was purchased on 2 criteria :
No electronic control of the oven, and different size of the top burners.
As such it is plain and basic among all stoves listed, hence its lower price. It is a bit lighter (at 150#) than other high price electronic controlled stove, but still plenty heavy and strong for daily home use. After 2 weeks of usage, we find the stove is more than adequate w/ the heat it provides, and easy to use for an average family.
It has 4 burners, 2 of same size, 1 large for rapid boil, and 1 small for simmer. It has 110V electric plu-in for auto-start to turn on, so match or lighter only needed in electric black out.
Controlled flame is even and uniform w/ no issue, and very hot, so do not leave it unattended, or pots will be burned !
The oven has 2 shelves, adjustable on 4 levels. It has temperature markings on the center knob but only approximately correct, as one would expect at this basic level.
Caution : the lowest temp setting is 200, but the oven will turn alternately on and off at a setting about 100 (not shown) to keep it food warm; the cycling period is about few minutes each.
To see this exact cycling event, turn on the oven light, look inside the oven, on its floor, remove 2 screws in the back of the floor, then lift the floor up and out from the stove. Then slowly turn the stove to observe the heating element's action when setting below 200.
Also, when turn on the oven, it will take about 30-60 seconds before the fire started unlike the top burners, due to the nature of the oven starter used. One should know this to be familiar w/ the stove, before getting frustrated w/ temp control.
The broiler has a pull out drawer w/ 1 shelf.
The picture included is the picture of the oven heating element from the door when oven's floor removed.
NOTE : The above CAUTION is not in the manual, which is not all in detail as it should. Hence this review. Hope to put you at ease to decide which to buy.
Conclusion : If you want a basic, no frill stove for a slow boat old-timer, this fits the bill.