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The new GE Monogram Pizza Oven is coming out in May and is designed to permit installation in kitchen walls.

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Despite its impressive top-level temperatures, the GE Monogram can preheat within 30 minutes.

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The oven is completely electric, but it it is able to hit some impressive temperatures, according to GE.

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Whereas most ovens top out around 600 degrees Fahrenheit (315 degrees Celsius), the Monogram will reach an impressive 800 degrees F (427 degrees C).

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The oven's ceramic interior, though powered with electricity, still produces the lightly charred crust that usually indicates brick oven baking.

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Releasing in May for $9,900, the GE Monogram will certainly be an investment. For more info, check out our First Take.

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