Frigidaire FFET2725L

  • Self-cleaning
  • Bakes evenly
  • Easy to install
  • Narrow
  • No convection
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The Frigidaire FFET2725L is a double wall oven with two full-size ovens stacked on top of each other. At just 27 inches and 3.5 cubic feet per oven, this model is ideal for small kitchens. It gets rave reviews for its baking/broiling performance and ease of use. It has a self-cleaning cycle and a good number of convenience features. Some say the surface shows fingerprints easily, but there are few complaints beyond that.


Easy to use. The Frigidaire FFET2725L wall oven has not been included in any professional tests, but owners praise it for its excellent performance. It lacks a convection feature, but users say it bakes evenly and is easy to use. They also praise its looks and easy installation. We found only minor quibbles with this oven: One user says the surface shows fingerprints, while another finds the timer hard to set.


Ideal for small kitchens. At 27 inches wide, the FFET2725L is narrower than a standard wall oven, but owners say its 3.5 cubic feet per oven compartment is quite roomy for a smaller oven. Each oven has four rack positions and comes with two racks apiece.


Basic features. The Frigidaire FFET2725L includes basic features such as a self-cleaning cycle, timer, control lockout and touchpad controls. Both upper and lower ovens have bake, variable broil, Sabbath mode and keep-warm settings. It's available in white or black as well as stainless steel, which costs a few hundred dollars more.

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More than 30 users review the Frigidaire FFET2725L at, giving it a superb overall rating of 4.9 stars out of 5. Users praise its looks, performance and size, calling it "roomy for a small oven." We found no serious complaints about this oven.

Review: Frigidaire FFET2725L, Contributors to, As of August 2013

2. lists the top 10 wall ovens based on the rankings and reviews of the expert author. The Frigidaire FFET2725L makes the list with a total score of 8 out of 10. The authors says the wall oven is narrow and has a relatively small capacity but still provides adequate cooking space for a small kitchen.

Review: Best 24" and 27" Wall Ovens, Brittany Rowland, 2013


This survey of more than 13,000 consumers by determines the repair rates of major brands of wall ovens. Respondents were asked if their wall oven required a repair or had a serious problem in the time they owned it. Some brands perform much better than others.

Review: Cooktops and Wall Ovens, Editors of, Updated January 2013

4. J.D. Power & Associates

More than 4,000 consumers contribute to J.D. Power and Associates' annual survey about cooktops, ranges and ovens. Users rate brands (but not individual models) on factors such as performance, style and price. Frigidaire earns mediocre scores in most categories.

Review: 2013 Kitchen Appliance Satisfaction Study: Range/Cooktop/Oven, Editors of J.D. Power and Associates, July 17, 2013

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