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The 12 Best Smart Ovens You Didn’t Know You Needed

Lindsey Morse
ByLindsey MorseJan 29, 2021 | 37 comments

Today’s smart ovens are marvels of technological innovation that are changing the landscape of home cooking and reinventing what home appliances can be. Some are multi-functional machines that allow you to do all of your broiling, toasting, and air frying in one place, while others can connect to your smartphone or Amazon Alexa to give your dinnertime routine a dose of futuristic fun. We’ve compiled a list of the top-rated and best performing smart ovens out there to help you choose the one that’s right for you. Ready for rotisserie? Super-stoked about sous vide? Mad for microwaves? All-in on air fryers? Or want a machine that can do it all? Read on!


The Best Smart Ovens

1. Tovala

Image from our review.

Cost: The cost of a Tovala oven depends on whether you’d like to subscribe to Tovala meal delivery:

  • $299.00 – Tovala Starter Kit (includes oven + accessories), purchased without meal subscription commitment
  • $199.00 – Tovala Starter Kit (includes oven + accessories), with a commitment to purchase at least 6 meal deliveries within 6 months

COUPON: Use code MSA30 to get $130 off your Tovala Smart Oven when you order 6+ weeks of meals.

About This Oven: If you’re looking for a smart oven that will support your subscription addiction, look no further than Tovala. This wifi-enabled smart oven comes with its own coordinating meal subscription! But you don’t have to subscribe to Tovala’s meal delivery service to enjoy this incredible cooking machine. Tovala can bake, steam, broil, and toast, and it also has a few features that put the “smart” in smart oven. There’s a scan-to-cook feature that integrates with Tovala’s own meals but also works with hundreds of grocery store items. (Just scan the barcode of your Eggo waffles, frozen pizza, Trader Joe’s meal, or other compatible product, and Tovala will automatically set the cooking time and method.) You can also cook directly from the Tovala app: just pick out a recipe, prep it using your own ingredients, and press a button to send cooking information directly to your oven from within the app. We recently reviewed Tovala here at MSA, and it’s one of our top picks for best all-around smart oven. We love how it takes the guesswork out of cooking.

Our Reviewer Says:

“Initially, I wasn’t sure I’d love Tovala. (Would the oven live up to the hype? Are scannable meals just a gimmick?) I may have started out skeptical, but this oven + meal delivery combo won me over. I’m now a certified, card-carrying fan. I’ve always kept a toaster oven on my kitchen counter, and the Tovala smart oven is a fabulous upgrade. It’s beautiful and user-friendly, and most importantly, it PERFORMS. The Tovala meals are a tasty time-saver, but the oven is the real star. It’s a great machine that has changed the way I cook in my kitchen.”

Cooking Functions: Steam, Bake, Broil, Toast, and Scan-to-Cook.

Dimensions: 12.75″ x 11″ x 8″

Check out our Tovala reviews to learn more. 

 

2. Amazon Smart Oven

Image via Amazon.

Cost: $249.99 (with Alexa Dot)

About This Oven: If you’ve outfitted your smart home with Amazon products and already use Alexa around the house, Amazon’s Smart Oven might be the natural choice for your next kitchen upgrade. This stainless steel cooker is a microwave, convection oven, food warmer, and air fryer in one, and it comes with 30+ built-in presets to make all kinds of cooking easy. When paired with a compatible device like Echo Dot, you can cook using voice commands and even have the oven announce when your food is done cooking. One thing to call out about this oven is that online reviews are… mixed. It seems that those who are new to Alexa may struggle to formulate voice commands that accurately communicate cooking instructions. With that in mind, this might not be the right machine for those who are new to Alexa, get easily frustrated with technology, or are unwilling to learn the lingo required to cook a few strips of bacon (or toast or chicken).

Reviewers Say:

“So far it’s been working great for both oven and microwave tasks. Made biscuits last night and re-heated lunch today. Pretty neat to tell Alexa to pre-heat the oven and how long to run the microwave.”

“Getting so many appliances into one REQUIRES some compromise, which raises the price and affects performance. With that said, this is a VERY solid and smart option if you want to save space. If you want the world’s best microwave, or air fryer, or small oven, you’ll need to buy them one at a time. If you want the best available combination of all those, this is probably it.”

Cooking Functions: 4-in-1: Microwave, Convection Oven, Food Warmer, and Air Fryer

External Dimensions: 21.73″ x 21.38″ x 12.83″

 

3. June Oven

Image via June Oven.

Cost: $599.00

About This Oven: Looking to splurge? The June Oven is a sleek, high-quality kitchen appliance that comes with lots of bells and whistles. There are several purchasing options and lots of accessories, and this oven boasts that it can take the place of up to 12 different appliances. It can bake, warm, toast, broil, reheat, slow cook, dehydrate, proof, air fry, and stone fry pizza. (Just to name a few.) The touch screen display is intuitive and futuristic, and the June app allows you to preheat the oven, adjust the cooking time and temp, and even watch a live-feed video of your food cooking— all without leaving the sofa. Is this oven a little “extra”? Sure. But there’s no arguing with luxury. (Even if you’re just reheating yesterday’s pizza.)

Reviewers Say:

“Never thought I would be this excited about an oven.. I love coming home to it every day figuring out new things to do in it!”

“I absolutely love the June Smart Oven! Every single feature is just amazing. It makes cooking a breeze even on a busy stressful weeknight. I set my meal in the June and it’ll take care of every single step for me. Fast and easy.”

Cooking Functions: Dehydrating, Convection Bake, Keep Warm, Toast, Broil, Reheat, Slow Cook

External Dimensions: 12.75″ x 19.6″ x 19″

 

4. COSORI 12-in-1 Oven Air Fryer Combo

Image via Amazon.

Cost: $199.99

About This Oven: If you regularly pick up rotisserie chickens from the deli at your grocery store, consider an oven that allows you to cook a whole chicken rotisserie-style at home! This 12-in-1 oven from Cosori can rotisserie up to a 5-pound chicken, and it can also roast, air fry, toast, bake, broil, and even proof bread. It features a removable crumb tray, nonstick interior, and five different heating elements for fast and even cooking. When it comes to versatility, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a competitor in the same price range.

Reviewers Say:

“I am thrilled by my new air fryer toaster oven. It is not too big but has so many presettings. It can totally take place of the toaster and traditional oven.”

“This oven does it all. Excellent temp. control and has ease of use. I had ordered 2 other ovens from different manufacturers and they were either too small or flimsy or both. I roasted a big chicken on the rotisserie and it turned out excellent.”

Cooking Functions: 12-in-1 Presets for Cooking Tasks Including Pizza, Roast, Airfry, Toast, Bagel, Bake, Broil, Cookies, Rotisserie, Dehydrate, Ferment, and Keep Warm

External Dimensions: 20.1″ x 16.5″ x 12.1″

 

5. Breville BOV845BSS Smart Oven Pro Convection Countertop Oven with Element IQ

Image via Amazon.

Cost: $279.95

About This Oven: Sometimes countertop ovens can heat inconsistently, leading to unevenly cooked food and burned spots. Breville has addressed this issue with the implementation of a heating system they call Element iQ. Here’s a little bit about how it works:

There’s heat, and there’s smart heat. Element iQ system transfers heat intelligently across 5 quartz elements for precise and stable heat just where and when you want it for perfect results, every time. Super-fast 1800 W preheat gets your meals on the table more quickly.

This Breville smart oven comes with 10 different pre-set cooking functions (like toast, bake, roast, broil, reheat, warm, and slow cook), and reviewers praise its ability to evenly cook chicken, pizza, and cookies with ease.

Reviewers Say:

“HOLY CRAP!!! This oven is SWEET!!”

“If I could rate this oven higher I would. If this oven broke today I’d get another one without hesitation. Nothing on the market compares, in my opinion.”

Cooking Functions: 10 Pre-Set Functions Include: Toast 6 Slices, Bagel, Bake, Roast, Broil, Pizza, Cookies, Reheat, Warm, Slow Cook

External Dimensions:18.5″ x 14.5″ x 11″

 

6. Ninja SP101 Foodi 8-in-1 Digital Air Fry

Image via Amazon.

Cost: $209.99

About This Oven: Smart ovens come in all shapes and sizes, and this Ninja Foodi 8-in-1 Digital Air Fryer has a squat design that flips up when not in use to help you reclaim your counter space. It can air fry, air roast, air broil, bake, cook bagels, toast, dehydrate, and keep food warm, and the slightly unusual size allows for cooking up to 9 slices of toast, a 13″ pizza, or 4 pounds of french fries— just be aware that taller foods, like whole chicken, are unlikely to clear the lower ceiling height. 

Reviewers Say:

“I am so incredibly happy with this Ninja oven. I have used air fryers before, but felt limited with their small baskets to cook for my family. But, the convenience, short cooking time and ease of clean up encouraged me to try this ninja. You guys! It is amazing. I am so impressed.”

“I’ve owned two other airfryers this by far is the best. The fact that I can turn it up so it doesn’t take up all the counter space is a huge plus!”

Cooking Functions: Pre-Set Functions Include: Toast 6 Slices of Bread, Bagel, Bake, Roast, Broil, Pizza, Cookies, Reheat, Warm, Slow Cook

External Dimensions: 19. 7” x 7. 5” x 15. 1”

 

7. GoWISE USA Electric Air Fryer Oven

Image via Amazon.

Cost: $134.99

About This Oven: If you’re primarily in the market for an air fryer (but want one that can do more), check out the Air Fryer Oven by GoWISE. This machine provides up to 12.7 quarts of cooking space, making it one of the largest on the market and great for families. In addition to cooking up a big batch of tater tots with hot air instead of oil, you can also rotisserie a small chicken, make toast, and dehydrate foods.

Reviewers Say

“I bought this as my first air fryer. Had it for a little over a week and have used it every single day since getting it.”

“Bought this air fryer oven a couple of weeks ago and absolutely love it! We use it almost every day. It makes everything hot and nice and crispy. I use it in place of our oven for many things, which will be nice when not wanting to use the regular oven during the summer. I researched many air fryer ovens and chose this one…you should too!”

Cooking Functions: 16 Pre-Sets Include: Rotisserie, Air Fry, and Dehydrate

External Dimensions: 11.5″ x 12″ x 14″

 

8. Cuisinart Chef’s Convection Toaster Oven

Image via Cuisinart.

Cost: $279.95

About This Oven: This combination convection and toaster oven gets top marks as a solid all-around cooker. It comes with 15 cooking functions, including a setting specifically for sandwiches and speed convection for ultra-fast cooking. It’s even outfitted with “Always Even™ toast control,” a feature that works with the convection fan and promises everyone will get toast in their desired shade of brown.

Reviewers Say:

“Bought this oven to use as a second oven for big dinners. It heats up so quickly and cooks/bakes evenly. The speed convection cooks quick and no preheating required. This is my go to oven for most sides or smaller dinners.”

“Love this oven! Cooks very quickly and evenly. Just the right size.”

Cooking Functions: Convection Oven/ Toaster Oven with 15 Cooking Functions (for Sandwiches, Bagels, Pizza, and More)

External Dimensions: 20.87″ x 16.93″ x 11.42″

 

9. Anova Precision Oven

Image via Anova.

Cost: $599.99

About This Oven: If only the best will do, consider this luxe combi-oven. (If ovens were sports cars, this baby would be a Ferrari.) It was designed to bring commercial oven technology into the home kitchen and give home cooks the tools necessary to cook like the pros. From Anova:

Pros use humongous, expensive combi-ovens to cook to perfection — we’re talking thousands of dollars. We’re about to change all that. The Anova Precision® Oven is a countertop combi-oven for the home, with all of the features of a pro-level combi-oven at a fraction of the cost.

Using steam, bag-free sous vide technology, and temperature monitoring, this oven promises professional results when cooking everything from chicken to French bread. Bottom line: if you want to upgrade your conventional oven and make sous vide a serious part of your cooking routine, this oven’s got you covered.

Cooking Functions:  True Combi-cooking with continuous steam and an easy-fill Water Tank, Precision convection cooking with adjustable fan speed, Sous Vide (Without Plastic Bags)

External Dimensions: 22.4″ x 17.7″ x 14.1″

 

10. Panasonic NN-CD87KS Home Chef 4-in-1

Image via Amazon.

Cost: $479.99

About This Oven: Don’t let the simple, retro-futuristic design of this oven fool you; it’s a powerhouse. It’s a microwave, broiler, air fryer, and convection oven… all in one. You can even use the different functionalities in tandem, so if you want to quickly heat AND toast your sandwich a la Subway, this oven will deliver! If you’re looking for a smart oven air fryer combo that will cook in less time than your full-size oven, this might just be the best machine for you. Smart features include app-enabled recipes, child lock, and silent mode (for top-secret midnight snack missions).

Reviewers Say:

“This 4-in-1 oven is great! (…) I’m hooked and I use it every day for, kids’ chicken nuggets, precook potatoes, home-made cookies and so on!”

“Overall, this is a slick machine and it works well but I have to dock Panasonic a star because of the small font and no back lighting on the control buttons.”

Cooking Functions:  Microwave, Broiler, Air Fryer, and Convection Oven

External Dimensions: 14.97″ x 15.36″ x 9″

 

11. Hamilton Beach Countertop Convection Oven

Image via Hamilton Beach.

Cost: $75.98

About This Oven: This convection oven and rotisserie combo is one of the more affordable options on this list of the best toaster ovens, and with a roomy interior it can do a lot. It features dual oven racks that will fit two 12-inch pizzas, two baking pans, or two 9″ x 13″ casseroles at the same time, and you can also rotisserie up to a 5-pound chicken. This oven might not have a lot to show off tech-wise (no app connectivity or scan-to-cook features here), but the multiple cooking methods are still pretty smart.

Cooking Functions:  Convection Oven and Rotisserie

External Dimensions: 14.5″ x 23.5″ x 18.0″

 

12. Balmuda The Toaster

Image via Balmuda.

Cost: $329.00

About This Oven: Rounding out this list is an absolute show-stopper of a toaster oven. Balmuda The Toaster is a super-expensive, design-forward machine that certainly makes a statement. (And that statement screams, “I love toasting bread!”) Using steam, heat sensors, and 5 different cooking modes, this toaster promises to “bring out the best in any type of bread.”

Reviewers Say

“I’m not sure how a toaster can be this amazing. But the Balmuda is THE ONE for me!”

“If you love toast you won’t be disappointed. Each slice is a delight to eat.”

Cooking Functions:  All about toast: “This machine uses steam technology, heat control, and five different modes to bring out the best in any kind of bread.”

External Dimensions: 14.1″ × 12.6″ × 8.2″


Want to see a smart oven in action? Check out our Tovala reviews!

Do you own a fancy-schmancy smart oven? If so, tell us about it in the comments!


Lindsey Morse
Lindsey Morse
Lindsey is a professional baker, cold brew coffee addict, and rosé aficionado who loves writing about food and wine. When she’s not sharing her love of subscription boxes with the world, you’ll find her in the podcasting studio, perfecting her cake decorating techniques, or cursing her way through the New York Times daily crossword puzzle.

Lindsey Morse
Lindsey Morse
Lindsey is a professional baker, cold brew coffee addict, and rosé aficionado who loves writing about food and wine. When she’s not sharing her love of subscription boxes with the world, you’ll find her in the podcasting studio, perfecting her cake decorating techniques, or cursing her way through the New York Times daily crossword puzzle.
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37 comments

shari

Wow a monthly oven box…..You can never have too many ovens!

Guylaine

It seems like MSA is trying to be Consumer Reports. Consumer Reports goes to a lot of trouble to be unbiased, and actually investigates and tests products extensively. Unless MSA does all of these things, they shouldn’t pretend to know what they’re talking about.

Mallory @ MSA

Thanks for sharing your feedback! In addition to our subscription box content, we do occasionally share new products that our audience may enjoy. We decided to do a larger story on smart ovens after our Tovala review went live, and many users asked about the smart oven. The majority of our food and cooking content, including this story, is written by Lindsey, who is a professional baker and our in-house expert. Hope this helps!

Carla

I welcome this topic and all info shared. THANKS MSA
I was excited about the June oven for a minute but it was quite pricey. I instead purchased a PAMPERED CHEF air fryer that I love so far. Anyone else have one? June oven still a possibility but I have ordered alot of Pampered Chef cookware, stoneware and baking stuff so I’m using all this for now.

Denise Atkinson

I think one of the main things that is different from other sub box sites is this has a big comments section. The others post the boxes but there isn’t much if any interaction in comments. Personally, I find myself on reddit more and more for personal opinions on how beauty products work for different people.

Snow

Isn’t Liz’s Beauty Pie post kind of in a similar vein? Not really a subscription box per say, but it was still promoted here.

Cami

I’m super surprised breville continues to get high ratings.I always read reviews before purchases, especially expensive Ones. So I went ahead and purchased the breville convection pro / with light. As well as the mini 450. Now while the oven cooks great I have read countless reviews from non affiliated personnel owners. And I was shocked to say the least. To know that my Breville oven will indefinitely fail within two years makes me want to return it. And customer service will not replace your oven with a new one . You will also be asked to pay over $100 for repair. Now some have had good luck with this oven and had it for years, But most haven’t . Sure it’s a Breville- nice Sleek looking oven, but if it doesn’t work what good is it. Go to YouTube and look at some videos, you’ll be shocked to. So I feel the editors reviewing products that have known issues be more transparent about it. Let the consumer make their choice knowing the good the bad and the ugly.

Carol

I have the NuWave Bravo and I kind of hate it lol. To be fair, there’s nothing wrong with the oven and I especially like using it for fries and broiling. It works great, but it is so big. I have an older house with a tiny galley kitchen and now I have zero counter space. I am too stubborn and cheap to get rid of it though. I wish I would have known about the oven/microwave combos, that would have been perfect for me.

Ashley

I’m pretty sure these ovens haven’t all been tested. It’s sad, MSA, the majority of followers don’t want this kind of information. Me, for one has requested for more than one individual to review all of the big price skin boxes. I know that treating your face w multiple products at one time, equals problems.

Ks

Wow, you guys tried all these ovens?

Or….

Lena

I come on to this site less and less because of garbage posts like this that aren’t subscription boxes.

bunnygirlbrem

Why is this article on a site about subscription boxes?

Cindy

Yep – the only interesting thing about this post is the comment section. Seems like a weird inclusion for this site.

SquirrelyGirl

MSA please do not be discouraged by the naysayers in the post. You can’t please every one and they can’t speak for all of us. I found this post to be interesting and informative, even though I recently bought one of my own; the Breville Smart Oven Air (not the model featured) . There are plenty of people who don’t even know these genius devices exist, or have misconceptions about them, for which this could be useful. And as someone who just bought one of her own, it is nice to be able to compare the few that I was unaware of (tovolo and Anova) to my own.

SquirrelyGirl

The Breville is far from a conventional toaster oven. You can do so many things with them. I hardly use my regular oven any more. I can’t speak for the rest of the ovens on the list, but Breville Smart Ovens are awesome.

Mary L.

It looks like a versatile oven, but I don’t understand what makes it “smart.” Can you program it or start it from an app? I promise I’m not asking to be difficult. I really want to know! 🙂

Mary L.

Thanks SquirrelyGirl! It makes more sense now. Probably not a good fit for my family currently but something to think about when the nest is empty!

SquirrelyGirl

Oh sorry, I get what you mean. There are a few ovens on the market that can be controlled by your smartphone, but in general, I think what makes it a “smart” oven is that it can do so many things, that you would normally need more than 1 device for. It basically combines a lot of devices into one device and eliminates things like a toaster, dehydrator, air fryer etc etc. For example, my particular oven has these 13 modes: Toast, Bagel, Broil, Bake, Roast, Warm, Pizza, Proof, Air Fry, Reheat, Cookies, Slow Cook and Dehydrate. It also cooks A LOT faster than a typical oven. For example: a 14 lb turkey takes 3.5 hours @350 degrees in a conventional oven and just 2 hours in a smart oven. Honestly, they are kind of magical. It makes eating healthy so much easier to do. I thought they were gimmicky as well…until I did a pet sit where my client was having her kitchen remodeled, and had the Breville oven for use in the meantime. I was blown away by it and quickly went out and got my own. It was an extremely well spent $400, in my opinion.

Kate

I found this post really informative and helpful, my oven just died and I’m considering one of these smaller ones to replace it since I’m a one person household.

SquirrelyGirl

I highly recommend the Breville’s. They make cooking so much easier

Kate

Thanks!

Beth in Oklahoma

Not interested. I get that the site is trying to diversify, but I find this . . silly. I guess that after cooking and baking for over 30 years, I’ve seen way too many trends and appliances come and go.

Denise Atkinson

Other than once you buy it you can subscribe to something, this feels like seeing an ad on here. I get there’s a msa promo code but I thought we signed up to get emai for things like special discounts? Maybe have a different section for things that aren’t sub box related? I know I know I can just scroll down if I don’t like it. This is just me and my opinion. Not feeling it, sorry 😐

Mallory @ MSA

Hi Denise,

Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback! We decided to share more smart oven options after seeing the positive reaction to our Tovala subscription review and the accompanying smart oven. I’ll share your message with the rest of our team. 😊

Denise Atkinson

Well the one thing I wish I would have known was that a big consumer company was taking this page over not just that it was “changing hands” because I would like knowing who exactly has my information and stuff since I have a profile filled out on here. I only found out from the comments in this post. So I’m more unhappy about that than this post. I wonder if others that haven’t read this know this information?

Myk

Maybe I missed a post explaining why this topic is being covered by MSA. Aside from the first item, none of these are sub-related. I get that y’all are trying to get affiliate sales, but I come here for subscription info. This is an informative post, but maybe y’all could put it in a subsection or a different site altogether so that it doesn’t clog the sub feed.

I’ve been pretty disappointed with MSA in recent months. I’ve been a loyal reader for years, but I feel like lately I’ve had to turn to other blogs, subreddits, or fb groups to get spoilers and reviews in a timely manner. Maybe if the crew refocused on subs rather than these kinds of posts, this site will be back to its former glory.

MzBev

I clicked a couple of the links and they are affiliate links. MSA would get something for promoting these, if anyone makes the purchase. Maybe they’re trying to increase income? Sometimes I wonder what Liz thinks of all these changes. I believe she’s still involved, but its not her company anymore. I guess they will need to change the name of the site soon, if they keep promoting non sub items.

Camelot

Yes , that explains it. I just left a comment about helping consUsers be aware of the pros and cons of the popular Breville oven and it’s not so long life span . But I now see why that info is usually left out. The writers are affiliates, makes sense now. Now I’m not sure if they own this oven personally , so I’ll give them that. But honestly I myself rely on honest reviews so that I can make clear conscious purchase. So therefore I would NEVER leave out negative info on a product if I were to review it. Just knowing that I’m promoting a crappy product for Consumers to spend hard earned income on, just isn’t worth The few dollars I’ll make.

jen

@Kate…at least there used to be an honest review attached. They did a thorough review, photographed items, broke down values etc. In exchange we used their links to keep them funded. This feels more like buzzfeed with someone else’s review and MSA still getting the affiliate link. The readers that keep this site funded are clearly not impressed overall.

Kate

This site has always made money off affiliate links, how do you think Liz and Eric got paid to start? It’s a free site to us, and using an affiliate link doesn’t make it any more expensive to us, so I guess I don’t see what the problem is. Every single site works the same way.

Stephanie

I agree and there’s so many subs they’re missing. I’ve found like 20 new ones. They could promote these and get their affiliate fee from these.

Issue with promoting this is that I know they’re getting a cut so I find these just to be a sales pitch rather then the truth. For expensive products I use other non-bias sites to make my decision.

rebecca

There are plenty of ways they can branch out content without resorting to these posts that aren’t sub box related. They could put these on a separate part of the site, but I would rather see them focus more on issues, like buy a subscription to OuiPlease and see if they actually get a box. Or Globein. Or any of the other boxes that are mainly known for complaints.

Myk

Exactly. Aside from the first one, it doesn’t seem like the MSA staff personally tried these products they’re recommending. It’s all just generic info and a couple of cherry-picked reviews from other sites. Such a disengenuous post from a site I hold in high esteem – so disappointing.

Darryn

I just came to look at the comments for this silly post. I was not disappointed. 🤣

Mallory @ MSA

Hi Myk,

Thank you for being a loyal reader! We’ve been growing our editorial team over the last few months, which has allowed us to review even more subscriptions and expand with the occasional listicle or gift guide. While many of our readers enjoy content that’s focused on non-subscription products, we understand that it’s not for everyone, and we’re currently evaluating how to incorporate this alongside our subscription box reviews, spoilers, and coupons that our readers know and love. If you’d like to chat about MSA and content you’d like to see from us, please feel free to reach out: [email protected]

Mary L.

I hate to be dense, but I guess I don’t understand what makes something a smart oven.

I thought it meant an appliance was connected to the internet but most of these — including the Breville Smart Oven — seem to be conventional toaster ovens with lots of settings. Is it now just a marketing term for any advanced technology?

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