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The 10 Best Wall Ovens in 2020

We can all agree that ovens are a key tool in the kitchen. They're great for baking all kinds of food, heating frozen or leftover foods, and can make your time in the kitchen efficient and quick. Admittedly, though, they take up quite a bit of space in the kitchen. We don’t all have a spacious room to cook in and some of us only use an oven occasionally. Sometimes we just don’t like the way a blocky oven looks in our home too.

If this is the case, wall ovens are a fantastic option. They’re discreet and out of the way in your kitchen but still perform just as well as traditional ovens. Let’s also not forget that an oven in your wall looks very cool too. Here is a list of some of the best wall ovens that can spice up your kitchen and work efficiently too.

​Best Pick

Empava WOC17 Built-In Single Wall Oven – Convection

Our best pick is the WOC17 Built-In Single Wall Oven – Convection with its 360 degree rotisserie function and convection system for faster preheating and reduction of cold spots during cooking. Its touch controls and mirrored glass stay cool exterior also means this will add style to any design of kitchen.

​Budget Pick

Frigidaire FGM2765PF Gallery Electric Combination Wall Oven

Our best budget is the designed, engineered and assembled in the US Frigidaire FGM2765PF Gallery Electric Combination Wall Oven with a convection oven and generous sized microwave that will suit more compact spaces.


1. ​Empava WOC17 Built-In Single Wall Oven – Convection

Offering a 360 degree rotisserie function, this convection oven has been designed and built in the US and it suitable for installing under any Empava gas or induction cooktop. Providing you with 2.3 cubic ft. of cooking space with the option to place the rack in five positions, this oven offers flexibility for however you need to use the oven space.

The addition of the convection system means that the oven preheats faster, and food is cooked more uniformly, reducing cold spots.

The interior enameling is heat and stain discoloration resistant and it just requires a quick wipe down at the end of cooking to help keep it clean. The front exterior is a silvered mirror glass and the controls and display are glass touch for easy operation. The outer glass also stays cool during cooking to minimize the risk of any burns and for extra safety, this wall oven also comes with a child lock. The generous oven view window also ensures you can check on your baking without needing to open the oven door.

​Pros

  • Convection oven for faster preheating and uniform cooking
  • Has a 360 degree rotisserie function
  • The stainless steel is fingerprint resistant
  • Oven rack can be placed in five positions
  • Interior is resistant to stain and heat discoloration
  • Has a child lock

​Cons

  • The control panel may not be as intuitive as you would expect
  • Wiring requirements may not be as clear as they should be
  • No self-cleaning option

2. Frigidaire FGM2765PF Gallery Electric Combination Wall Oven

This electric combination wall oven comprises a convection oven and a microwave oven and has been designed, engineered and assembled in the US. A more compact model, measuring just 27", this is ideal if your kitchen is a little smaller.

This convection oven offers one-touch options for a range of foods and it also has a delay start function allowing you to delay cooking for up to 24 hours.

The convection oven can automatically adjust standard baking temperatures to convection temperatures to provide you with consistent results every time you cook. Once cooking is finished, just press a button and leave it to keep warm.

If you are unlucky and have a spill in the oven, then you can activate its self-clean cycle and it will be clean in two hours. The microwave offers a generous 2 cubic ft. of cooking space and as well as both ovens having one-touch controls, the exterior is stainless steel which is able to resist smudges and easily wipe clean.

​Pros

  • 27" combination convection oven and microwave oven
  • US-designed, engineered and assembled
  • One-touch cooking control
  • Up to 25 hour delay start on the convection oven
  • Keep warm function
  • Smudge-resistant stainless steel finish
  • 2-hour self-cleaning function

​Cons

  • Self-cleaning is only available in the convection oven
  • The alarm that sounds at the end of cooking is quiet

3. GE JK3800SHSS Combination Wall Oven

This oven has glass touch controls that set temperatures with ease and precision. It also makes wiping and cleaning the exterior of the oven very easy.

It’s got a delayed start feature which allows the oven to start the baking process at a predetermined time. This is great for when you’re trying to have your meal ready for a specific occasion and don’t want to cook the food too quickly.

Just like the product mentioned before, this wall oven comes with a built-in microwave which is great if you have a lack of space in your kitchen and prefer similar appliances to be in the same place. The lower oven has 3 heavy-duty self-cleaning racks that can be arranged in 6 different ways depending on your needs.

​Pros

  • The lower oven has an eight-pass broil element that ensures your food is baked evenly from edge to edge
  • Has 3 heavy-duty self-cleaning racks that can be arranged in 6 different positions.
  • Has a delayed start feature.
  • Comes with a built-in microwave.
  • Has a control lock capability for safety.

​Cons

  • ​Though this oven has a timer, it is not particularly loud. You can either mute the notification sound or use the standard volume which may not be loud enough for some people
  • ​Only the lower oven has a self-clean option.

4. GE JK5000SFSS Electric Single Wall Oven

For something a little more compact GE offers an oven that comes without a built-in microwave oven, making it easier to fit into your kitchen.

This oven has the same iconic glass touch controls as the previous wall oven mentioned that are great for easy control and cleaning.

It also has the same delayed start option and control lock capability which prevents unintended use and provides an extra level of safety. It's got true European convection which will allow you to achieve tasty results from a third heating element and fan combination.

It comes with halogen oven lighting which will help you see how your food is coming along once it is baking in the oven and similarly to the previous GE oven, comes with an eight-pass broil element which evenly bakes your food from corner to corner.

​Pros

  • More spacious as it does not include a microwave oven.
  • Comes with glass controls that are easy to use and clean.
  • Has a delayed start option.
  • Comes with an eight-pass broil element that helps evenly bake the contents in the oven
  • ​The fan is quiet and won’t disturb anyone at home.

​Cons

  • Does not have a self-cleaning option for the whole of the oven.
  • The oven cannot be controlled through another device or Wi-Fi.

5. Frigidaire FFEW2726TS 27 Inch Total Capacity Electric Single Wall Oven

This oven comes with 2 oven racks and is made from stainless steel. It has even baking technology so you can ensure whatever you’ll be baking will not have undercooked or overcooked sections once you take it out from the oven.

It’s got a vari-broil temperature control that can add a crispy layer to your dishes without overcooking and allows you two choose between two temperature settings.

This oven also comes with lighting that can help you see what’s going on inside the oven as it’s doing its magic. It comes with oven racks and is unique as it is ADA Compliant. This means this wall oven has controls and operating settings that can be done with one hand and do not require strong twisting or grabbing and can be reached by those on a wheelchair. Finally, this oven comes with a keep warm setting that can keep your food fresh until you are ready to serve it.

​Pros

  • Is ADA Compliant.
  • Comes with a keep warm setting.
  • Has lighting which can help you see your food while it is baking.
  • Has vari-broil heat control.
  • Comes with 2 oven racks.
  • Is self-cleaning.
  • Comes with sabbath mode - meaning it can maintain the same level of temperature over a long period which is essential for kosher cooking

​Cons

  • Does not come with a microwave oven.

6. KitchenAid KODE500ESS Electric Double Wall Oven

This self-cleaning oven is a convection double oven that includes temperature probes in both of the ovens. It uses an EasyConvect Conversion System which allows your food to be cooked faster than usual thanks to the fan in the oven spreading hot air evenly over your food.

This oven also has glass controls that are easy to use and clean and is self-cleaning for a hassle-free time in the kitchen and a control lock implemented for added safety.

In this oven, there is a bright LED display that is easy to read, two flat racks in each oven, one full-extension glider rack, six ladder rack positions and two staggered halogen lights to light up your food. Lastly, this oven comes with a temperature probe that can tell you the internal temperature of meats, poultry and casseroles without having to open the oven door.

​Pros

  • This oven is self-cleaning.
  • Uses the EasyConvect Conversion System.
  • Has glass controls that are easy to use and clean.
  • Has two halogen lights.
  • Comes with a full extension glider rack.
  • A temperature probe is included.

​Cons

  • Does not come with a microwave oven.
  • Cannot be used via Wi-Fi and your phone.

7. Bosch HBN8451UC 800 27" Stainless Steel Electric Single Wall Oven - Convection

This European convection oven can self-clean and has a fast preheating option. There are 12 cooking modes that you can set your oven to that will fit perfectly with all kinds of foods you may want to bake and roast.

A full-extension telescopic rack offers better access to the oven cavity. The buttons on this oven are touch-control and incredibly easy to manage.

Similar to the previous wall oven, this Bosch oven also comes with a temperature probe that takes the guesswork out of your kitchen. Also, there are two lights in the oven, a delayed start function and an 8 pass broil element for increased safety.

​Pros

  • Comes with lights and a temperature probe.
  • Has touch-control buttons.
  • Offers 12 cooking modes in 1 oven.
  • This oven has fast preheating and a self-cleaner.

​Cons

  • Notification noise from the timer is too quiet even at its most loud setting.

8. GE Cafe CT9070SHSS 30" Single French Door Electric Wall Oven 

To begin, let’s focus on the GE Cafe CT9070SHSS 30 inch Wall Oven. This oven comes with French Doors that are much more unique and fancy than the traditional oven door.

The exterior is made from stainless steel which is a great material to use as it will be cool to the touch when in use, preventing any unwanted burns and accidents.

This wall oven provides an option to self-clean with its Steam Clean option, making tidying up and maintaining the oven that much easier. Also, GE Cafe has made sure their appliances match the modern technological developments and you can connect your Wi-Fi to the oven to control the oven wirelessly and from your phone.

This all sounds very cool but can this oven cook well too? This oven has true European convection with direct air. This means that the food you place in the oven will bake evenly as warm air blows from the top in and around the bakeware.

The oven comes with electronic dial controls and the glass touch display is easy to use and clean, progressive halogen oven lighting that makes looking at your food through the window hassle-free, heavy-duty roller rack which can slide out comfortably for you to clean with ease and a ten-pass dual broil element included.

​Pros

  • Can connect to the Wi-Fi making controlling the oven with your phone easy and efficient
  • Has electronic dial controls that are easy to clean and use.
  • Comes with a heavy-duty roller rack that can make cleaning the oven easy.
  • Has over 175 prHas a self-cleaning 
  • Cooks food with its true European convection with direct air.
  • Made from stainless steel which is safe and durable.

​Cons

  • Some people prefer traditional products without all of the modern quirks. This product might be confusing for the elderly or such other people
  • Cannot be used below a countertop or cooktop whatsoever and is a danger hazard if installed this way

9. Frigidaire FGMC3066UF Electric Combination Wall Oven 

This 30" convection wall oven is a large 5.1 cubic ft. with a compact 1.6 cubic ft. microwave oven. As this is a True European convection fan oven, the oven also has the third heating element to circulate hot air around the oven; which also helps it to preheat faster.

The one-touch controls have over 30 different settings for cooking a range of foods

The microwave oven utilizes sensor cooking that can automatically adjust the cooking time and power level for easy microwave cooking. One the temperature probe detects that the required cooking temperature is reached it will automatically switch to a keep warm function.

The stainless steel exterior is Smudge-Proof™ and the lower oven is self-cleaning, with a choice of 2, 3, or 4 hour cycles alongside a 30 minute steam clean.

​Pros

  • Combination convection oven and microwave oven
  • European convection
  • Microwave oven sensor controlled cooking
  • One-touch control for cooking functions
  • Fingerprint resistant stainless steel
  • Self-cleaning oven with various cycle options

​Cons

  • Only the lower oven has a self-cleaning function
  • Error codes on the display can prevent this from working properly

10. COSTWAY Single Wall Oven 

With four functions for baking, toasting, broiling and keeping warm, this single wall or under-counter oven is ideal for all of your cooking needs. This compact 24" model has an easy to use push button controls with easy-wipe stainless steel plastic covers and a timer.

This black wall oven has a mirrored steel finish and the large viewing window is double-layered for easy cleaning.

This oven is heated with a tridimensional hot air circulation system to fully heat the food and give crispiness to the outer and it also has a cooling fan to keep the exterior of the oven cool

​Pros

  • Single 24" electric wall or under-counter oven
  • Baking, toasting, broiling and keep warm functions
  • Has easy to use push button controls
  • Black stainless steel with a mirrored finish
  • Tridimensional hot air circulation system

​Cons

  • This is not a true convection oven
  • No self-cleaning function

Things to Consider Before Buying a Wall Oven

All wall ovens are not made equally. They come in a variety of sizes, colours, shapes and specific functions.

All kitchen appliances intend to make your cooking experience that much easier and to produce immaculate results. The days of cooking over a fire are pretty much over for the majority of us and thanks to modern technology we can achieve things at a much faster rate with better results.

Most kitchen appliances can do several things at once now making cooking and baking that much more fun and easy. Whatever you desire can now be achieved in your own home with very little work, and this is no different when it comes to wall ovens.

The first type of oven was the Castrol Stove which was made from cement, brick and tile and was invented in 1735. Then it was the Five Plate Stove which was invented in the 1800s and soon after in 1826 the first-ever gas oven was invented. In 1896 electric ovens were being manufactured thanks to the invention of electricity and the development of technology. Microwaves were invented shortly after in 1945. If it wasn't for all of these inventions we would not have the wall ovens we have today.

Though the main objective of a wall oven is to bake or roast your food, there are so many different types of wall ovens on the market today that have many other features which you can utilise. Such features include lighting, keeping food warm, delaying the start of the baking process and even may involve a self-cleaning option among many other states of the art elements.

Because of these features, it can be difficult to find a wall oven that fits perfectly in your kitchen… and your life! After all, everything depends on the types of food you will be cooking, how much space you have in your kitchen and whether you can get down to scrubbing your oven for two hours after some spillage. Here is a list of things you should consider before you set off to buy your wall oven:

Size and Material

One of the most important factors when it comes to choosing your wall oven is its size. The last position you would want to find yourself in is in your hallway with a massive oven on the floor that doesn't fit through your kitchen door. Too many of us have found ourselves in a situation where we forgot to measure the size of a wall oven before we brought it and now it doesn't fit in between our other cabinets. To avoid this, carefully measure the space you have that you will be using for your wall oven and find a wall oven that fits that specific measurement. 

In terms of size, it's also important to consider whether you'll be opting for a double or single oven. If you enjoy baking or roasting several dishes at once, a double oven may be a good option but if you are lacking in kitchen space or budget, a single oven may be better. If you live alone or tend to cook for yourself, it wouldn't be wise to get a bigger oven than is necessary.

If you have certain medical issues or disabilities that prevent you from reaching all of the functions and buttons of wall ovens you may need to consider ADA Compliant products that are suitable for those with disabilities. This will allow you to control the oven with one hand that doesn’t require much strength and reach all of the buttons if you are in a wheelchair.

The material of the wall oven is also important to consider. Most wall ovens mentioned in this article and those that are available today are made out of stainless steel at is cool to the touch, safe, durable and easy to clean. Be mindful of the interior of the oven and the glass on the oven doors too and ensure that they are all suitable for your needs.

Added Features

All wall ovens can roast your food but how many of them have amazing features that can make your cooking experience that much easier? Nowadays there are many features in a wall oven that one could only dream of even just a few years ago.

It's important to consider what kind of cook you are and which purpose you will be using your wall oven for most often. Think about if you will be cooking for a large group of people often or whether you are forgetful, for example. Though most wall ovens come with built-in timers that can notify you when your food is done the cooking, the notification bell may be rather quiet even on the loudest setting. Or, you may find yourself waiting for guests who are late to your dinner party. A keep-warm setting here will be essential for such an occasion.

Another key feature that deserves to be mentioned is the self-cleaning option that most wall ovens come with today. This is fantastic for those moments when your casserole or pie has spilt over the edge of the baking tray and has melted all over the oven racks. If you don't have much time to scrape away dry or burnt pieces of goo from your oven racks, or if you just don't like cleaning much, having a self-cleaning option in your wall oven would be essential.

You might be worried about the safety of the oven too, especially if you have pets or children running around the house. There are ovens out there that have control locks that you can use for a level of added safety. Also, if you are a forgetful person, there are wall ovens on the market that automatically turns off after a certain amount of hours.

Many other features are included in many ovens today so please ensure you read up on the information of an oven before purchasing. That way you'll know what to expect and how to use many of the cool functions to aid you in the kitchen.

How to Power the Oven

This may seem like common sense but it is one of the things that people forget to do most often. Please check how the wall oven will be powered and whether you will need any extension tools or cords to get the oven working. Though most ovens can simply be plugged into the socket and it’s good to go, it’s always better to be safe than sorry. Confirm whether there will be any issues getting a particular wall oven to work before purchasing.

How to Use the Oven

All wall ovens come with a manual that can help you use the oven properly if you get a little confused but we recommend looking out for some essential aspects of how to use the oven even before it arrives on your doorstep.

In this ever-evolving technological age, it may be a little confusing when it comes to operating your kitchen appliances. The days of manual controlling are slowly creeping away from us and most things are becoming powered by Wi-Fi. A lot of the wall ovens mentioned in this article are used manually through glass-touch buttons and include display screens. However, there are also wall ovens that can be powered with Wi-Fi and an app on your phone.

Though this is super cool and unique, it simply won't suit everyone. There are still many people that are not too tech-savvy and prefer simplicity and for such people, a manual wall oven will be best. However, for a younger more tech-savvy person, having a Wi-Fi-powered oven may be an awesome choice.

Aside from this, each oven will have its selection of choices and settings. Familiarise yourself with these before purchasing a wall oven just to have a peace of mind that you'll know how to work the oven rather than trying to figure it out for a few days when the oven is already in your home.

Conclusion

We hope that you’ve found this article informative and useful. Whether your current wall oven has just randomly stopped working today and you’re looking for a replacement as soon as possible, or whether you’re trying to learn what to look out for the next time you need to buy a wall oven, we hope that you’ve learnt a lot so you can buy the best wall ovens for your needs.

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