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by The Review CrewSeptember 4, 2010

Appliances have a way of taking over the kitchen. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing; we need somewhere to store and cook our food. If a strict diet of takeout isn’t an enticing option, then all these cooking appliances will just have to find a way to fit in the kitchen. But instead of cluttering countertops and commandeering room on the floor, we can maximize space by just looking up. No, not the ceiling; a little lower than that: the wall.

The Kenmore Elite Stainless Steel 30-Inch Electric Combination Wall Oven combines two everyday kitchen appliances into one unit. With a 900-watt microwave oven on top and a 4.2-cubic-foot electric oven below, the wall-mounted kitchen essential supplies familiar features without getting in the way. Measuring 24.5 inches deep with a width of 30 inches and a height just less than 45 inches, the dual-oven appliance utilizes an efficient use of space.

Featuring a two-fan convection system that includes a dedicated element, the oven is designed to provide consistent results. The microwave oven, meanwhile, features a 1.5-cubic-foot capacity and 10 power levels. Both ovens include multiple cooking modes for versatile, hassle-free cooking. Combining two of the most often-used appliances in the kitchen into one, the user-friendly, space-saver makes it easy to take back the kitchen.

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