K+BB* Product of the Week: KitchenAid

[ 0 ] September 5, 2012 |

KitchenAid Wall Ovens

KitchenAid’s collection of wall ovens featuring Even-Heat technology are designed to help cooks achieve consistent results in the kitchen. Offering ample cooking space, the true convection system combines a bow-tie shaped baffle with a convection fan and element to circulate heated air around all three racks to provide even baking. In addition, the preheat feature initially heats the oven above the set temperature to ensure that the entire oven, including the walls and racks, are heated to the right temperature. The SatinGlide roll-out extension rack features smooth rolling, ball-bearing glides to help maneuver large, heavy dishes like roasts or casseroles. The ovens retail from $1,549 – $4,749.

KitchenAid Single Oven

This sleekly designed oven makes convection cooking easy with the Even-Heat™ True Convection System and the EasyConvect™ Time and Temperature Conversion System. Design features such as glass-touch oven display and full-width glass inner doors make this oven as easy to clean, as it is to use.




KitchenAid Micro-Combination Oven

KitchenAid Micro-Combination Oven


The first of its kind in the U.S., this cooking combo features a dual-fan convection oven with a convection microwave. Both use steam-assist technology to keep foods moist without manual steps such as basting or misting. And with dual-fan convection, this oven promotes even airflow for consistent cooking on all three racks. Plus, the combo features the EasyConvect™ Time and Temperature Conversion System, which takes the guesswork out of convection cooking. So you can get more from every meal.

For more information on KitchenAid's complete line of major appliances contact the experts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center today:


Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center
12025 Ventura Blvd. Ste B-105
Studio City, CA 91604
PH 877 696-2987
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