The Samsung Gas Range with True Convection is a solid choice with more accessories and options than many comparably priced appliances.
One part super-charged microwave and the other convection oven, GE's combination Advantium double oven boasts the convenience of both faster cooking when you need serious speed and standard baking when you don't.
For $289.99, we expect all presets to function well and as only half of them do, the Sharp isn't a good value.
The Frigidaire Professional 6-Slice Convection Toaster Oven's stainless steel finish and LCD screen may draw you in, but a major design flaw makes this toaster oven little more than a pretty face.
Creative home chefs looking for a powerful, versatile alternative to their full-size oven should give the CSO-300 first consideration, but those just looking for something to heat up Pop-Tarts and Red Barons should stick with something less expensive.
This might be too much machine for occasional cooks who stick to the basics. But enthusiasts who want a lot of features are sure to appreciate this above-average performer.
The Breville Smart Convection Oven Plus expands on its already deep feature set. The new model now has a slow-cooker feature.
How can a fan make things cook quicker? It's all about the physics of circulating air. Appliance Science looks at how convection ovens work.
For $3,200 the GE Profile PHS920SFSS range flaunts handsome stainless steel styling. But it cooks slowly for an induction appliance and its convection oven stumbles when baking two racks at once.
For a steep $3,200, the GE PHS920SFS Profile range packs a futuristic induction cooktop, sleek stainless steel styling and a European convection oven into a compact 30-inch slide-in size.