Users love the ample cooking space, quick pre-heating, and superior browning this model offers. Other innovations – even baking technology, a delayed start option, a built-in temperature probe, and steam cleaning, to name a few – make it easy to use for all sorts of cooking. Power Broil lets you broil foods in half the usual time.
There's no microwave option with this one and some people find the fan too loud.
This compact unit gives you the convenience of both a microwave and a convection oven without taking up a ton of space. It's easy to install and easy to use and customers like that the microwave can be replaced without replacing the whole unit.
The microwave and timer beep very loudly, while the convection oven's beep is very quiet and easy to miss.
This smaller double convection oven includes the same great technology as the larger version – quick pre-heating, even baking, delayed start, and built-in temperature probe. 2 convection ovens offer lots of flexibility, but this unit is compact enough for smaller kitchens.
No microwave, a loud beep, and a loud fan are the most common complaints.
This large combo (microwave and convection) oven unit offers ample oven space (4 cubic feet) and a large and powerful microwave (2 cubic feet, 1200 watts).
Some users dislike the microwave's alarm and beep and some needed repairs to the microwave unit shortly after purchase.
This 30-inch wide convection oven offers all the conveniences of Frigidaire's other convection ovens – even baking technology, a delayed start option, and a built-in temperature probe, and steam cleaning – in a single-oven unit that's perfect for smaller kitchens.
The downsides of this model is that there is no microwave and only a single oven.
Frigidaire offers both single and double electric wall ovens that feature even baking technology, delayed start, quick preheat, built-in temperature probes, one-touch keep warm setting, and steam cleaning that is quick and chemical-free. They heat fast, cook evenly, and look great – a great choice for novice bakers to professional chefs who value convenience at home. Choose a double convection oven, single convection oven, or a combo microwave/convection. The main considerations between the different models are size (both single vs. double and 27-inch width and 30-inch width) and whether or not a microwave is included. Most fully-loaded models cost just shy of $2,000.
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