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.
With a price tag of $4,999, this double oven sits on the high end of high-end, but for powerful, unmatched cooking performance, you'll have a tough time finding much better.
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.
Packing the benefits of pressure cooking into a countertop oven is a pretty clever idea. Chef Puck's oven isn't perfect, and at $249 it isn't for everyone, but crafty home cooks will nonetheless appreciate its performance.
If you're not on a tight budget and like the idea of choosing between one or two ovens based on your needs, this might be an excellent option for you.
While we love the idea of greater connectivity with our kitchen appliances, this LG oven doesn't deliver enough in cooking prowess or connectivity to merit a strong recommendation.
We've seen other high-power, high-capacity cookers that cost a lot less. Reheating almost anything at the touch of a button is a tempting feature, but unless you think you'd use it often, you'll probably want something less expensive.
For $289.99, we expect all presets to function well and as only half of them do, the Sharp isn't a good value.
Here's how we put ovens and stovetops through their paces in the CNET Appliances' Reviews Lab.
The wee Panasonic FlashXpress Toaster Oven is endearingly quirky and almost surprisingly good at what it does. For a midrange price, you’ll get the functionality of a much more expensive model.