Pros: clean lines, efficient, large 3.9cu.ft. interior, self clean top, reliable
Cons: heavy, use paid installer only, obvious fan tends to run w/oven off
I ordered one from the place my installer guy said to use- therefore, I believe I saved about a hundred and fifty bucks overall. You must pay delivery and installation anyway- might as well use your own appliance guy
( especially if you get the deal)And still a hundred bucks cheaper than SEARS.
The oven has bake button you push and automatically it goes to 350 degrees, you then set to whatever you like. You can program how long you want to cook! this is a great feature-
The fan is rather loud- but it will run to vent the unit on or off.This replaced a 30 year old GE wall oven, so that makes me tend to believe they last a while!
Clean lines on the oven- I probably could have made do with a single oven and made use of the underneath space for storage, but I paid about 800 dollars for the black model double- I thought I did pretty well.
The stainless or self cleaning bottom ovens cost more- as do colors- but black is what I replaced and I am not a decorator to be making those sorts of decisions.
Large interiors- larger than the older one- and only a minor carving in the cabinet to fit this 27 inch oven into the hole the old one left-
Make sure you measure the openings and determine if you have a 24, 27 or 30 inch built-in oven. And call the local trash folks to remove old ones on trash day- if your installer guy cannot take it. This is not a do-it-yourself thing with hardwires POWER MUST BE SHUT OFF BEFORE INSTALLATION OR REMOVAL OF OLD UNIT. Enjoy-