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KitchenAid KEBS107SSS Cooktop & wall oven

 
Approximate retail price:
$2000
Summary: This KitchenAid 30-inch electric wall oven has the following:
• Convection mode.
• Glass touch control panel.
• Large oven window.
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Type: Single Electric Wall Ovens
About - KitchenAid KEBS107SSS

The KitchenAid KEBS107SSS is part of the cooktop & wall oven test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, wall oven models like the KEBS107SSS are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.


Baking:
Reflects whether cakes and cookies baked on two racks were evenly browned. (For double wall ovens, based on results from upper oven.)

Broiling:
Based on even browning of a pan of burgers and high-heat searing ability. (For double wall ovens, based on results from upper oven.)

Oven capacity:
Our measurement of usable space. (For double wall ovens, based on results from upper oven.)
About This Brand

This high-end brand sells electric wall ovens priced from $1,500 and gas, electric, and induction cooktops that cost $800 to $2,100. KitchenAid appliances are sold through Sears, home centers, and independent appliance retailers.

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Features & Specs - KitchenAid KEBS107SSS
info Width (in.) 30
info Covered element Yes
info Convection mode Yes
info Temperature probe Yes
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User Reviews - KitchenAid KEBS107SSS
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2.0
Disappointing
2/20/2015
Pros
Easy To Clean
Good looking
Cons
Complicated Controls
Slow Temperature Adjust
Best Uses
Small Kitchens
Comment:
I am so disappointed in this product. The most annoying feature is the temperature control. To change temp, either raising or lowering during the same cooking process, it takes 10 - 15 minutes to reach new higher or lower temp. This is unacceptable. Also, when the timer is in use, the clock is not visable. Crazy! It is a very sleek looking oven, and I love the way it looks in my new kitchen. However, it just doesn't perform as well as my old stand alone self cleaning basic General Electic oven/stove. :0(
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
 
1.0
KitchenAid wall oven is self-destruct
2/17/2015
Pros
Cons
Difficult To Clean
Heats Unevenly
Best Uses
Comment:
Bought KitchanAid self-cleaning wall oven 8 months ago. After 5 months I used the self cleaning feature. There after it was having problems heating to temp.The probes had to be replaced, back-ordered for 3 months. Then a month later, the whole panel went out. It too was back-ordered. Then realized after further research, the self-cleaning feature is notorious for failing and some even exploded while self-cleaning. KitchenAid refuses to acknowledge any problem, however, the tech told me these happens to the KitchenAid wall ovens, he also told me do not use self-clean again.<br />He also informed me that the new units have the fan on the bottom to protect the control panel not the top like mine. Warrantee has covered repairs and parts but retail outlet will not take this oven back, KitchenAid refuses to do anything to address the problem. Stone-wall all the way.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
 
2.0
Glass breaks on self cleaning cycle
9/15/2014
Pros
Heats Up Quickly
Cons
Complicated Controls
Best Uses
Baking
Comment:
We bought our KEBS107S 3 years ago and just used the self cleaning option for the first time and the inner glass exploded into a million pieces, some of them falling out and scorching the floor. We were home and so no fire occurred. We are waiting to get it repaired. I have seen similar reports on other websites.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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