30" Double Wall Oven Benchmark Series - Stainless Steel

Bosch DW_HBLP651UC

Features

  • Color TFT Touch Control with SteelTouch Buttons for Easier Operation of the Oven
  • 14 Specialized Cooking Modes in Both Cavities - Gourmet Cooking Made Easy
  • Custom Cooking Programs Both Cavities: No-Preheat Frozen Food Mode, Pizza, Pie, Warm and Proof
  • Genuine European Convection in Both Cavities

Quick Specs

  • Type: Double Wall Oven
  • Style: Built In
  • Fuel: Electric
  • Built In: Yes
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Induction: No
  • Type: Coil

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Features

  • Color TFT Touch Control with SteelTouch Buttons for Easier Operation of the Oven
  • 14 Specialized Cooking Modes in Both Cavities - Gourmet Cooking Made Easy
  • Custom Cooking Programs Both Cavities: No-Preheat Frozen Food Mode, Pizza, Pie, Warm and Proof
  • Genuine European Convection in Both Cavities
  • Temperature Conversion for Convection Cooking
  • Fast Preheat Reduces Preheat Time
  • EcoClean 2-Hour Self-Clean Cycle
  • EcoChef Mode - Remaing Heat in Cavity Finishes Cooking Process (Upper Cavity)
  • AutoProbe: Takes the Guesswork out of Rare, Medium and Well Done (Upper Cavity)
  • Two Halogen Lights per Cavity Provide Superior Illumination
  • Timer with Cook Time and Delay Start Function
  • Extra Large Door Window for Easy Monitoring of Cooking Process
  • Star-K certified. F100°-450°. Two Separate Time Intervals can be Programmed
  • Large Capacity at 4.6 Cu Ft.
  • Recessed 8 Pass Broil Element for Increased Capacity and Safety

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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