How to Buy a Wall Oven

How to Buy a Wall Oven

How to Buy a Wall Oven
Wall ovens should be an easy purchase. It’s just the oven part of your stove without the burners.

However, it is more confusing with more brands, feature possibilities, and combinations than any other product.

In this video, you will learn how to buy an oven step by step through sizes, then gas vs electric, then some of the better features including smart functionality.

You can use this video whether you are simply replacing an existing oven or buying a new kitchen.

Look at your size options first, especially if you are replacing an existing wall oven.

Then consider the different options. Do you need a double oven, or would you be more suited for a more customized selection of steam, speed or microwave along with a single oven?

Then spend some time looking at the oven capabilities and features say like a Miele MasterChef Versus Wolf Gourmet Versus a Jenn-Air Cuisine Center or GE versus KitchenAid

Lastly, if you are buying more sophisticated wall ovens, you should see them working before you buy.

Also, because the technology is evolving, you also want to know who will fix your new wall oven.


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0:00 Intro
0:35 Wall Oven Basics
1:44 Best Features
2:26 Wall Oven Brands
4:47 Summary

Doug JB

April 10, 2021 @ 1:31 am


When will Chef Saba demonstrate the various oven technologies by, say, baking an angel food cake in an example of each oven? 🎂

Have great weekend, Yale.


October 6, 2021 @ 7:51 am


4:28 "GE has made a commitment to smart functionality", Too bad they haven't made a commitment to quality. Every piece of of GE we have is in terrible shape, the microwave just melted down, it's 4 years old. My dad's GE refrigerator had issues as well. As a result we're not considering ANY GE brand for our new kitchen.


January 7, 2022 @ 3:45 pm


My question is about replacing an older double oven with a new one. I have a 15+ yo Bosch that measures 47.75 “ from top to bottom and everything we have found today measures 50+ “. We only have 1/4” at the top till it touches the upper cabinet door and 1.1/2” at the bottom till it touches the drawers. It is electric and we can not find any that will fit in that space without replacing the entire cabinet. It is a Bosch HBL 456 a uc. No parts are available anymore. Help !! Can you recommend any that might fit in the same opening? Thanks

Alex Abraham

March 18, 2022 @ 8:09 pm


Do any brand provide electric wall oven with 120 volt?? If yes will that affect the performance??

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