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Compare Convection on Frigidaire vs GE and Bosch Double Wall Ovens

westes | Mar 19, 202112:06 AM     4

I need a replacement 27-inch double oven, and I want convection. I am generally sold on the value of European convection with the heating element behind the rear fan. In my price range, General Electric and Bosch both have full European convection, but it appears to only work on the top oven unit. The bottom oven is thermal only. Frigidaire has a Gallery series that claims to be convection in both the top and bottom ovens while being significantly cheaper than the GE / Bosch. Is the Frigidaire using American convection where the fan does not have its own heating element? Some of the Frigidaire advertisements I am seeing claim the Frigidaire does have a heating element behind the fan.

Is there any vendor who makes a double European convection oven under $3K USD?

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