KitchenAid - 30" Built-In Double Electric Convection Wall Oven - Black

KitchenAid double convection wall oven: Two 5.0 cu. ft. ovens with a total of 6 oven racks let you easily cook delicious meals for a crowd. Even-Heat True Convection delivers tasty results quickly, and delay bake lets you cook on your schedule.

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    Key Specs

    • Product Height
      51.25 inches
    • Product Width
      30 inches
    • Product Depth
      26.875 inches
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      Black
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    Overview

    What's Included


    • 30" Built-In Double Electric Convection Wall Oven
    • Owner's manual

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (141 out of 147)

    Features


    Circulate air for even, thorough cooking

    Even-Heat True Convection utilizes a fan to ensure dishes are cooked quickly. Even-Heat technology preheats the ovens rapidly.

    Self-cleaning cycle

    Tackles tough grease and baked-on spills with ease.

    Prepare dinner and dessert for your whole family

    Large 5.0 cu. ft. capacity in the upper and lower ovens provides plenty of space to cook multiple courses at once.

    Easily load and unload heavy dishes

    SatinGlide extension racks ensure smooth transfer.

    Cook on your schedule

    Delay-bake feature lets you start the oven when it's convenient for you, even while you're at work.

    Convert conventional settings to convection settings

    EasyConvect conversion system takes the guesswork out of new recipes.

    Ensure food is at an appropriate temperature

    Temperature probe in each oven accurately measures the internal temperature of a variety of dishes.


    Customer rating

    4.7
    96%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      So far so good!

      Posted
      vrmobile
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      October 2015, after moving into a new home, I decided to update my old GE cooktop, double oven, and microwave. Kitchen Aid was having a great promotion at the time, along with most other high end appliance companies and I was having a hard time deciding on the best brand to purchase. Of course, the more appliances you buy, the better the rebate. The last home I lived in I purchased Thermador appliances and was mostly happy with them, but this time around I thought, "is Thermador worth the extra $2-3K more?" Both KitchenAid and Thermador looked very similar, stainless steel, rolled bar handles, digital display. In the past I didn't think KitchenAid looked high end, but with this new line it definitely was a competitor. I even liked the blue oven interior (which they mirrored after Wolf). I decided to go with KitchenAid in the end and now I come to my review of the oven: I have been very happy with this oven from KitchenAid. I have owned it for several months and have cooked many dinners in it. The overall look is great. The blue interior, the rolled handles, and shiny stainless steel exterior (on a side note, the outside is magnetic! I can attach my thermometer to it). It looks just like the higher end manufacturers. Performance wise, it has done well. Recently I had some food overflow and I used the self clean function. It worked well, but in the future I think I will not use it. I had recently read how using this feature can hurt your oven and lead to future problems because of the high heat that is generated. When I did use the self clean, it got so smoky inside the oven it coated the glass and made it look dirty. Plus, the fumes were bad. My advice is to forgo the clean function and use a paste of baking soda and water, coat the oven and let it sit overnight and wipe in the morning. I also used this paste on the oven window and got it back to looking brand new again. Took a little elbow grease to get the film of smoky air off the glass, but it worked great. I also like how you can turn the "beep" off on the oven. My last oven(Thermador) was loud every time I pushed the control buttons and I had no control over it, but with this Kitchen Aid, there are more features. On another note, I purchased an extended warranty through BestBuy on this oven. I did read several bad reviews about this oven which made me have some concerns, but I thought in the end an oven is an oven and they all do the same thing. What makes them different is size and look. I felt this oven had the same look and size as other high end models. Why should I pay $1-2K more? So I purchased an extended warranty instead. I hope I don't have to use it, but if I do end up with a lemon, at least I am protected for 5 years instead of 1.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Know what you are buying before you buy!

      Posted
      ChrBert
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      We're slowly replacing all of our GE appliances which were installed in our home when our house was built. We had a single oven previously and wanted to upgrade to a double oven. We even decided convection was the way to go. I probably looked at this oven at 3 different stores before finally deciding to make the purchase. I wanted about 3 weeks for delivery. In the meantime, we prepped the area where it would be installed, retrofitted cabinets, moved other appliances, we thought we were ready. Then delivery came. Our delivery guy needed to remove the back panel of our cabinet because this oven is deeper than the last. That's OK. He attached it, installed it into the wall and turned it on. Both ovens were running. Then we blew a fuse. Reset the fuse. It blew again. Tried only running one oven at a time. That seemed OK. But I didn't buy a double oven just to run one oven at a time. I need them bother to work. It turns out our house is NOT WIRED properly to accommodate this oven. My home was only built in 2008, so it's not that old. We read in the installation booked and realized we need a 40 amp circuit breaker and the wiring needs to be a 12 gauge wire, when most homes only have 8 gauge wire (what we have). So now I have to pay to have my house rewired to accommodate this oven, which I'm going to do. But really, I may have thought twice about all of this had the sales guy told me we might need a retrofit in wiring. We had mentioned how we were adding this oven to replace a single oven. No one ever suggested the wiring in the house might need to be checked first. And this monster 256 lb oven will have to be pulled out of the wall again and reinstalled. My point is, I could have had the house rewired while I was waiting on my 3-week delivery of this oven and I'd be able to use both of my ovens right now. But I can't. I'd like to blame the sales guy entirely, but I can't. We are partially to blame here by not reading all of the technical jargon and understanding that having a double oven required double the ampage. What I can tell you with the one oven I've been able to use, is that it works beautifully. It's a stunning oven. I love the convection, but it's taking some getting used to.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent oven - quiet and efficient.

      Posted
      yvon
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      Right before a dinner party, my 16 year-old JennAire double convection oven malfunctioned to the point where we turned off the power to it. Over the years, we used it for roasts, loaves and loaves of bread and dozens of cookies and casseroles. We researched double ovens, read reviews and stumped around to different stores to see what was available. With a special price and a deal for free installation, we decided on the KitchenAid and I'm glad we did. Compared to my old oven, this one is eerily quiet. You really can't hear the fans - just a faint whistling sound and, since it's still fairly new, some creaking and settling noises. I haven't used the express pre-heat feature - but it only takes 15 minutes or so for the oven to heat up. I've used the proofing feature - it's great when the kitchen is too cold for bread to rise normally. Bread, cookies, muffins and tarts have come out perfectly done. It's very entertaining to turn on the oven light - almost like a theater! Because the window is so large, I have been cleaning it once a week. You wouldn't want gunk to build up on it and spoil the show. General cleanup is easy - but that's probably because I've been wiping up any spills right after baking. Some minor annoyances - the oven light turns on both ovens. You should be able to turn them on separately. Also, there's only one timer - there should be separate timers for each oven. All-in-all, I've been very happy with this oven...and can recommend it to anyone who enjoys baking at home.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Love it!

      Posted
      Loosh
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      Whats nice about this oven is that both top and bottom are full size and BOTH have confection capabilities. This was important to me because being Kosher we have to separate milk & meat so now I have a full oven to do both, in confection or regular mode, without sterilizing it in between. This feature would also be handy for people who have family dinners & run out of space because now you have two large ovens. The microwave is not in the top oven since its a full size oven/confection so I just have to find a small microwave to put inside a cabinet which will roll out. For us this is better because I never cooked in my microwave anyway, I just used it to heat things up for leftovers, so I only need it to be a regular size for a large plate. This oven iis beautiful on the inside & when the lights are on, the glass is so clear it looks like there is no glass so its easy to look at your food when you are cooking without letting the heat out. It also has a thermometer to put in a big roast before you cook so you can see how its cooking without opening the door. I Love these features.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      DO NOT SPEND EXTRA ON KITCHENAID

      Posted
      BRYCEE

      4 repairs in the first 12 months and still our oven is consistently off on the temp from 100 to 25 degrees, they say (kitchen aid tec) they just don't know whats wrong (or believe us) and it cant be fixed. Much of our food is now under cooked or burnt, yet we have had at least 5 ovens in our life and have never had such a problem. The first visit they were suppose to come for was no call no show (ASI, kitchenaids repair company),. waited 5 hours for them. Unfortunately, this is who whirlpool uses, so they were their quote unquote certified tecs. My oven worked for 6 months, and now we have to watch everything we make like a hawk, never knowing if things are going to burn (usually lower oven), or the upper over, usually uncooked. Don't use these guys and don't but Kitchenaid. Thought we were getting a better brand, but clearly wasted our money.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      So far so good

      Posted
      Mttay
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      The oven has worked great so far. Bakes evenly and wasn't hard to figure out how to use. It's quieter than my 18 year old kitchen aid it replaced. My only complaint would be that it protrudes out from the opening. I didn't realize there was an additional flush mount kit that I needed to order to get it flush like the old one. Best Buy doesn't sell the kit so they wouldn't have installed it that way anyway I guess although it is a safety concern. The part of the door that sticks out is obviously hot to the touch. Would have done it differently if I had known about the kit.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Pricey but Great

      Posted
      Hard2satisfy
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This was a replacement for my old Jennair double ovens that I loved, but it gave up the ghost on Thanksgiving day. Look wise this is more glitzy than the Jennair. I prefer a more subdued look, however I've gotten many compliments on it's good looks from friends and family. With the oven lights on, the bright blue background glows. It looks fabulous. and the door glass looks like there won't be an issue with spills between the glass which are impossible to clean. I love the double convection, in my old oven only the top oven was convection. I love roasting meats in a convection oven. The control panel is quite sophisticated. It coverts recipes from regular bake to convection. It even tells you when the oven is cooling down. My only worry is the same I have with all of the electronic controlled appliances--how long is the control board going to last, and how much is it going to cost to replace. The old turn dial appliances lasted forever.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Faulty double oven

      Posted
      bejo
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Steam gets in the panel, then it says key error and just stops working. I had 3 technicians here but there is nothing they can do to fix it. Customer service keeps telling me to cover my food. How am I supposed to cover frozen fries or frozen pizza? It gets all soggy. Last Thanksgiving we had to cover our turkey, the steam got in just 30 min after it was in, so we had steamed turkey instead of baked. Can't even roast vegetables. It still under warranty but KitchenAid won't replace it. They know all the models have this design flaw. I expected more from a company like that. Instead I was treated with dishonesty. All our appliances are Kitchenaid, and our refrigerator also stopped making ice just 3 months after installed. They are just not made to last. I would spend the money on high-end kitchen cabinets that will last for at least 30 years.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend




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