What every best Wall Ovens has:
- Good to great cooking performance.
- Convection cooking.
- Cooking features that allow versatility.
The Whirlpool WOS92EC0AS is one of the top rated wall ovens in both professional and owner reviews for its good looks and equally good performance in baking, broiling and roasting. Owners praise its "sleek, modern" styling, and particularly appreciate the large viewing window. It's fully featured, too, with true convection heating and two cleaning options, including a fast steam clean for everyday messes. It's available in four colors. See our full review »
If you want an attractive, good performing wall oven on a budget, you'll want to take a look at the Whirlpool WOS51EC0AS. It does an excellent job in testing at baking and broiling, while earning raves for accuracy and its fast preheat. The WOS51EC0AS is equipped with a few handy features, like a covered bake element, a steam-clean mode and a keep-warm function. It comes in three colors. See our full review »
If you want the ultimate in high-tech cooking, the GE Profile PT9550SFSS is as good as it gets. Its most-praised feature is the easy-to-pair app that lets you control the oven from your smartphone, but there's more to it than just brains. The PT9550SFSS is fully loaded with convenience features, has a more-than-generous five cubic feet of capacity in each oven, and, most important, is a top performer in all cooking tasks.
Most wall ovens cost upwards of $2,000, but the GE JT3500SFSS offers very good cooking performance without a budget-burning price. There aren't a lot of bells and whistles, but it's a solid choice for those who don't need professional-level appliances and prefer something more basic in their kitchen. The capacity on both ovens is five cubic feet, and both offer a self-clean option as well. It comes in four colors.
Gas wall ovens are pretty rare in general, but if you have an older home from the 1950s or 1960s, you might be in the market for a replacement. If so, check out the Frigidaire FFGW2425QS. It has a decent, 3.3 cubic foot capacity in spite of its 24-inch width. Other convenient features include two broil settings, a self-cleaning cycle with delay option, and a bottom storage drawer.