FirstBuild's Easy-Slide Oven Door won't slow you down
Hi I'm Megan Wollerton for Cnet.com here at the FirstBuild micro factory with the EZ Slide oven door.
If you've ever been frustrated with cooking and having to reach over and open an oven door, this modified electric range is an interesting fix.
The bottom drawer's the same as ever before, you open it up.
The top, smaller oven is really the exciting features with this range.
It opens like a drawer so instead of having to use an over mitt to slide out your food, you can actually just pull down the over door and look inside.
There's also a feature called a peek feature which just let's you tilt open the door without sliding it out, so you can look inside without having to open it all the way.
And it also has a removable pan for easy cleaning.
So while it still looks and operates like a traditional oven this small fix might increase your useability a little bit and that's what the [UNKNOWN] movement is all about.
Taking something that's fine to begin with and making it more convenient.
I'm Megan Wollerton for CNET, and this has been the Easy-Slide oven door.
Thanks for watching.
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