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LG STUDIO LSWC307ST 1.7/4.7 cu. ft. Smart, Wi-Fi Enabled Combination Double Wall Oven w/ TurboCook™ & True Convection – Stainless Steel

Item# 02231163000P | Model# LSWC307ST | Added on April 2, 2019 |
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LG STUDIO LSWC307ST 1.7/4.7 cu. ft. Smart, Wi-Fi Enabled Combination Double Wall Oven w/ TurboCook™ & True Convection – Stainless Steel
$3,329.99
$3,699.99
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You may never want to eat out again! Experience the even cooking of convection, now combined with the instant power of Infrared Heating™. What about the unparalleled performance of steam? Or the speed of a microwave? This LG STUDIO combination double wall oven delivers all of that, and more. Use the TurboCook™ speed oven (upper oven) when time is of the essence, skipping preheating with nearly instantaneous Infrared Heating™ and a 2-in-1 convection microwave that produces oven-quality results two to four times faster than a conventional oven*. Or, experience the difference that True Convection and steam assist in the lower oven can make when baking or roasting. Plus, with LG SmartThinQ® technology, you can control key oven features from anywhere, at any time.

  • With LG's 1.7 cu. ft. TurboCook™ Speed Oven (upper) you get the hustle of a microwave with the quality you expect from a convection oven. Bake whole chickens, potatoes, pizzas and more—no preheating required. With speeds 2 to 4 times faster than a traditional oven*, you’ll have more cooking flexibility and more time to enjoy your meal.
  • 4.7 cu. ft. True Convection Oven (lower) – Our convection technology evenly distributes continual precise heat so food is delicious on the inside, and crisp on the outside.
  • Infrared Heating™ (upper) – When you’re craving the thrill of the grill but Mother Nature has other ideas, you can still achieve that characteristic seared flavor with
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