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Kenmore Elite 125099 Digital Countertop Convection Oven

Item# 00876771000P | Model# 125099 | Added on October 14, 2014 |
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Cook Bigger Meals on Your Countertop Large enough to fit a 12" pizza, the Kenmore Elite 125099 digital countertop convection oven offers a super simple way to cook meals for your family. 6 cooking functions and an LED display make whipping up tasty creations a breeze. Baking, tasting and reheating is quicker with 1,800W of quartz heating technology.

  • Quartz heating technology for faster cooking
  • Easy-to-read LED display
  • Removable crumb tray for quicker clean-up
  • Broil insert
  • Porcelain enameled steel bake pan
  • Ceramic 12" pizza stone
  • 1800 watts of power
  • Stainless steel exterior
  • Glass window to monitor food
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By jajames
November 12th, 2014
Fantastic baking, easy to use

I used the pizza stone with homemade pizzas and they came out great! brown on top and crispy on bottom. I actually struggled with the settings at first because I thought there must be more steps that I would have to go through. There weren't, this oven is just very easy to use.

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By Justin
May 4th, 2016
2 in the past 8 months have failed

Two of these have malfunctioned in 8 months with the first one turning on by itself and the latest one starting to lose letters on the digital display. Getting a warranty replacement has been an exercise in futility. I regret my purchase.

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Electronics failure, as usual.


Just died on me last night. Some digital letters in the mode selection were already breaking up and hard to read, at least a year ago. Not very user friendly; tricky to use the touch pad, requiring lots of entries and re-entries. Once started, the oven worked quite well. The digital thermometer was accurate with a fairly quick heating up. Cooked all sorts of things including five pounds chicken that had to be butterflied to fit under the top element. Paid $160 in late '16 and assuming the electronics are the same cheap stuff, this oven is not good value.

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