Built-in double electric wall oven recommendation

MerspriggsJuly 23, 2013

My husband and I are in our early 30s, and are not excellent cooks or foodies by any means, but are remodeling our kitchen to accommodate for our growing family. We would like a built-in double electric wall oven that is preferably less than $2000 and reliable. We are not interested in all the bells and whistles, just something that will last. Not sure if we should get 27 or 30" wide. Convection is not a priority because we have never used it before so we don't know what we are missing.

We are currently considering the GE JT35OOSFSS. It has 10 cubic feet capacity, 30" wide, and is $1629. I also read good reviews on the Frigidaire FFET2725LW, it is 27" wide with 7 total cubic feet capacity for around $1300. Any other models we should consider?

I appreciate any advice, we are just starting to research appliances now, so we don't know a lot.

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deeageaux

GE and Frigidaire are the two best bang for the buck wall ovens in the USA. Good show for just starting your research of appliances.

If for no other reason than resale value I would get the 30". Usually 27" double ovens are for a direct replacement of an old failed double oven. Even if you consider this your forever home, plans last until circumstances change.

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