The GE Profile PT925 is a 30-inch single/double oven with five-cubic-foot capacity overall. Users say it can cook large items, including a turkey, in the lower oven while baking breads, casseroles and pizzas in the upper oven. Furthermore, it heats up quickly. It's a good option for serious bakers with limited space. Its self-cleaning function is reported as sub-par.
Warms up quickly without heating up the kitchen. Owners are pleased with the performance of the GE Profile PT925. It does a good job of baking and broiling -- even while cooking multiple items at the same time. Several say they use the top oven like a toaster oven and for small items because its smaller size helps it to heat up quickly and it uses less energy. Users also note the oven doesn't heat up the entire kitchen like some others do. Many say the fan runs constantly but it's not as loud as some. The upper oven does not have a convection feature.
Convenient size for small kitchens. Reviewers love the convenient size and capacity of the GE Profile PT925. It's the same size as a full-size single wall oven -- five cubic feet -- with the convenience of two ovens so that multiple items can be baked at the same time at different temperatures. The upper oven has a 2.2-cubic-foot capacity and two rack positions. The lower oven has a 2.8-cubic-foot capacity and three rack positions. Most owners say the upper oven is large enough for day-to-day cooking and the lower oven is a good size for larger cooking needs. The viewing windows are small.
Sub-par self-cleaning. The GE Profile PT925 includes convection modes as well as Sabbath and proof modes in the lower oven and delay-bake and keep-warm options in both ovens; an oven meat probe located in the lower oven turns the oven off when the temperature has been reached. It's equipped with glass touch controls, dual interior lighting, an audible preheat signal, a timer and a self-cleaning option in both ovens. In one professional test, however, the self-cleaning mode was found to be sub-par, and at least one user says self-cleaning mode gets too hot and blew out the oven controls. It's available in black and stainless steel.
ConsumerReports.org tests and rates 54 electric wall ovens, including the GE PT925. Each oven is rated on capacity, baking, broiling and self-cleaning features. Seven single-double and seven double wall ovens are recommended.
Review: Cooktops and Wall Ovens, Editors of ConsumerReports.org, Updated January 2013
Nearly 30 reviewers at Sears.com give the GE Profile PT925 a high overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. Most love the convenience of having a double oven in the same amount of space as a single oven. They also say it's easy to use, and many owners praise its attractive appearance.
Review: GE Profile(TM) Series 30" Double Wall Oven, Contributors to Sears.com, As of August 2013
The GE Profile PT925 earns a high overall rating at Buzzillions.com based on about 24 reviews. A handful of reviews are duplicates, however, and several are also posted at Sears.com. There are plenty of unique reviews that help to support those found at other websites.
Review: GE Profile Series 30-in Built-In Single/Double Convection Wall Oven, Contributors to Buzzillions.com, As of August 2013
The GE Profile PT925 earns a high overall rating from about 13 reviewers at HomeDepot.com. Owners love the convenience of having two ovens in a small space and say it's attractive and easy to use. They also say it's quiet and does not heat up the kitchen.
Review: GE Profile 30 in. Convection Double Wall Oven in Black, Contributors to HomeDepot.com, As of August 2013