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KitchenAid 27" Combination Wall Oven With Even-Heat™ True Convection (Lower Oven) - Black Stainless Steel With Printshield™ Finish
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27" Combination Wall Oven with Even-Heat™ True Convection (lower oven) - Black Stainless Steel with PrintShield™ Finish

Model No: KitchenAid KOCE507EBS

Features:
  • Temperature Probe - Allows accurate measurement of internal temperatures of meats, poultry, and casseroles without having to open the oven so that food can be cooked perfectly.
  • 4.3 Cu. Ft. Capacity (lower oven) - Gives you an extra-large capacity for holding your largest turkeys and roasts. It also lets you prepare multiple dishes at the same time.
  • 1.4 Cu. Ft. Capacity (upper oven) - The upper microwave oven gives you family-size capacity that complements the lower convection oven.
  • Crispwave Microwave Technology and Crisper Pan (upper oven) - Allows the microwave oven to be used for grilling, frying, and convection cooking. The specially designed crisper pan can be used to brown, crisp, and pan-fry foods.
  • SatinGlide Roll-Out Extension Rack (lower oven) - Allows easy loading and features an easy-grip handle, giving you the confidence when cooking with large or heavy dishes.

Sale Price:

$3,999.00


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This 27" Combination Wall Oven with Even-Heat True Convection provides consistent heating and even cooking. A unique bow-tie shaped design and convection fan helps ensure there are no burnt edges or undercooked centers. Its upper Microwave Convection Cooking Oven combines a 900 watt microwave with a 1200 watt convection element for high speed cooking. Bold design details are the perfect balance of elegance and functionality.

Even-Heat True Convection Oven (lower oven)

Provides consistent heating and even cooking on all racks with a unique bow-tie shaped design and convection fan that helps ensure the most even baking.

Microwave Convection Cooking (upper oven)

Increases the speed of cooking and provides a secondary convection cooking option.

Professionally-Inspired Design

Combines a bold blend of professionally-inspired styling with sleek touches for the home. This beautiful built-in wall oven features Satin Textured Handles and the KitchenAid(R) Badge, a symbol of uncompromised quality.

EasyConvect Conversion System

automatically adjusts conventional baking temperatures to their convection equivalents, making it effortless to use convection with recipes of all kinds.

Specifications
Dimensions
Capacity 5-7/10
Cutout Depth 24.0 in
Cutout Height 41-5/16 in
Cutout Width 25-1/2 in
Depth 27-1/8 in
Depth With Door Open 90 Degree 46-3/4 in
Height 42-1/2 in
Microwave Capacity 1.4 cu. ft.
Oven Capacity 4.3 cu. ft.
Width 27.0 in
Configuration and Overview
ADA Compliant No
CUL Yes
Fuel Type Electric
Oven Type Combination
Prop 65 CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS ONLY - WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov .
Size 27 in
UL UL
Oven Details
Automatic Shut-Off Yes
Bake Element Power 2800W
Broiler Location Top of Oven
Convection Functions Bake, Broil, Roast
Door Broil Position Closed
Door Lock Yes
Door Removable Yes
Hidden Bake Element Yes
Interior Color Black
Language Conversion English/French
Number of Oven Lights 2
Number of Oven Racks 3
Number of Rack Guides 6
Oven Cooking System Convection
Oven Interior Depth 19.0 in
Oven Interior Height 18.0 in
Oven Interior Width 22.0 in
Oven Light Type Halogen
Oven Rack 1 Type Standard
Oven Rack 2 Type Standard
Oven Rack 3 Type Gliding Roll-Out
Self-Cleaning Oven Racks No
Appearance
Door Type Metal & Glass
Flush Installation Approved Yes
Handle Color Stainless Steel
Handle Material Stainless Steel
Microwave Details
Convection Yes
Convection Power 1200 w
Cooking Power 900 w
Door Swing Drop Down
Grill Yes
Grill Power 1600.0 w
Interior Light Halogen
Microwave Selections Baking Rack, Add A Minute, Cook Power, Cook Time, Crisp Pan, Defrost, Easy Convect, Popcorn, Reheat, Soften/Melt, Steam, Steam Accessory
Sensor Cooking Yes - Microwave
Turntable Yes
Turntable Diameter Size 14-1/8 in
Details
Bake Element Power 2800W
Broiler Element Power 4000W
Convection Element Type True - Oven
Number of Rack Guides 6
Oven Cleaning Type Adjustable Self Cleaning
Electrical
Hz 60
Power Cord Included No
Exterior
Oven Window Size Extra Large
Features
Oven Selections Clock, Control Lock, Delay Start, Proofing, Temperature Probe, Time Bake, Timer, Temperature Conversion, Sabbath Mode
Microwave
Microwave Selections Baking Rack, Add A Minute, Cook Power, Cook Time, Crisp Pan, Defrost, Easy Convect, Popcorn, Reheat, Soften/Melt, Steam, Steam Accessory
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Average Rating

out of 5 ( 10 Reviews)

0-5 of 10 Reviews |

Love it!

by: Laura Conlee

Location: Hernando ms

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Source: kitchenaid.com

Submitted: 08-08-2017

I absolutely love it!

DESIGN ENGINEER SHOULD BE FIRED!

by: JS

Location: Burr Ridge, IL

No, I would not recommend this to a friend.

Source: kitchenaid.com

Submitted: 07-24-2017

This has to be the worst engineered oven it has been my displeasure to own in more than forty-five years. I totally agree with some of the previous responses. When temp is reached, the oven signals and immediately the timer starts recording cooking time. - - - I haven't even put the food in the oven yet. It should start when you open the door to put food in. Now, when done using this disaster, if you want to open the oven door to cool it quickly, you get a "wind tunnel" effect that doesn't quit. Its loud and very annoying. At one point it went on for 25 minutes. Its a real problem if your serving in the kitchen. I have to add cooking time to all my recipes. The microwave is really stupid too. If you set a time, like one or two minutes, it never shuts off. You have to continue watching the printout to know when time is over. When you hit "reheat", it goes on forever. You have to monitor constantly or it will dry out your food. I'm sorry, but I think this is the worst designed appliance I have ever owned and I wish I would have read some of these comments previously. My Bad! P.S. I wouldn't recommend this unit to an enemy either!

Yes and no

by: Chief baker and Cook

Location: St. Paul, MN

No, I would not recommend this to a friend.

Source: kitchenaid.com

Submitted: 06-23-2017

I've been using this oven for about 6 months now. I've had one service call because I couldn't believe that the oven cooling fans could be so loud or run so long. I thought that something must be wrong. Sadly, the oven is designed to run this way. For example, I turned the oven on before 5pm to bake Chicken Pot Pie at 425 degrees. It takes a long time to preheat to that temp. I baked the pie, and we ate dinner, all the while with the cooling fan running. Then, working son comes home late and throws a pizza in the oven - more preheating , more baking, and much more cooling. The fan was blowing from nearly 5:30- 9pm in January in MN! Overall, I am disappointed in this oven on all aspects. The convection baking is not even when using 2 cookie sheets. Don't even think about trying 3. The preheat time is double if not triple my old oven. ( The service tech said this was due to energy efficency standards.) Baking times are 1/3 LONGER than standard. The fan on the microwave oven is even louder and more aggressive than the lower oven. What exactly is TRUE CONVECTION if I can no longer bake several calzones at once and achieve a crispy crust. I've been told by major retailers in our area that this is a very popular oven. I wonder if the people buying it actually bake! I find it disturbing that Kitchen-Aid would engineer a product to be so inneffictive and pass off the declining performance on government standards. If you are looking for an attractive oven but don't care about preheat time, baking time, crispiness, or even browning, then this is the oven for you.

Great Expectations in Modern Day Cooking

by: Sam Deutsch

Location: Johns Creek, Georgia

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Source: kitchenaid.com

Submitted: 06-22-2017

I bought this combination Microwave/convection oven and oven four weeks ago. We enjoy it very much. It is easy to use and has all the new technology that makes cooking and baking a pleasure. It is also aesthetic looking.

Beautiful appliance, fabulous results!

by: Jon

Location: Lexington, KY

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Source: kitchenaid.com

Submitted: 05-02-2017

I couldn't be happier!
0-5 of 10 Reviews |
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