New! Whirlpool® 5.0 cu. ft. Double Wall Oven
TimeSavor Ultra true convection cooking systemWhirlpool brand's newest convection cooking system delivers exceptional results and faster baking on every rack. TimeSavor Ultra true convection uses a rear fan and a third 2,500-watt heating element to distribute heated air more efficiently, so the oven is filled with even heat, cutting roasting time and sealing in flavors and juices.
FIT SystemWith the FIT system, now your wall oven can fit seamlessly into your current cabinet cutout*. Its flexible installation system provides various options that are designed to effortlessly suit your decor. Now replacing your wall oven just got easier.
*Available on 27" and 30" single and double wall ovens. See product specifications for minimum and maximum installation dimensions.
Rapid PreheatThe Rapid Preheat option preheats the oven 25% faster* and saves time and energy. Using all of the range elements and a fan, the oven heats up more quickly and creates the ideal temperature for single rack baking. Now cutting preheat time for your next batch of chocolate chip cookies or apple crisps is easy.
*Based on single-rack baking with Rapid Preheat option versus three-rack without option.
- AccuBake® Temperature Management System
- TimeSavor Ultra true convection cooking system
- Rapid Preheat
- New EasyView extra-large oven window
- Number of Oven Racks: 3 Upper / 2 Lower
- Number of Oven Lights: 3 Upper / 2 Lower
- FIT System
- Convection Conversion
- Hidden bake element
- SteamClean option
- Precise Clean cleaning system
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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