Reviewers say the Frigidaire Gallery GLEB30S9FS wall oven is a great value. This oven performs almost as well in testing as higher-end models by Thermador and Viking, but at about half the price. In tests, this oven evenly browned cookies baked on two racks, and it performed well broiling burgers at high heat settings. However, the Frigidaire lacks the high-end designer finish and features of pricier models like the Wolf SO30FS (*Est. $3,850). The Frigidaire is available in white, bisque or black, but not in stainless steel. It features convection baking (which circulates warm air through the oven to aid in browning), three oven racks, two different self-clean settings (for speed or maximum cleaning) and electronic touch controls.
ConsumerReports.org editors evaluate the Frigidaire wall oven, ranking it for baking, capacity and broiling ability. Individual models of wall ovens are rarely the subject of in-depth reviews; instead, we consulted feedback about brands and brand lines at online retailer AJMadison.com.
Editors of Consumer Reports.org evaluate 14 wall ovens ranging in price from $950 to $2,500, including the Frigidaire Gallery GLEB30S9FS. Wall ovens are rated for their baking and broiling ability along with measured capacity.
Review: Wall Ovens, Editors of ConsumerReports.org
AJ Madison is an online retailer that allows owners to rate products. One owner of the Frigidaire GLEB30S9FS gives this wall oven perfect scores in performance, appearance and value. The actual review is brief and very general.
Review: 30" Single Electric Wall Oven with Enhanced Vari-Broil and Automatic Convection Conversion, Contributors to AJ Madison