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AppliancesConnection.com presents “The Ninth of Thermador”

Bobby, hold on. Can I talk to you for a minute? You can run to lunch right after.

Ok, so, I got your paper. I had assigned you to do a report on the Thermidorian Reaction, you know, the 1794 internal revolt within the Committee of Public Safety that overthrew Robespierre and the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution. When I assigned this, I had expected some pretty basic features — the Montagnard conspiracy, Jean-Lambert Tallien’s scathing denunciation on the floor of the Hall of Liberty, Antoine Saint-Just speechless before his enemies. You know, the bare outline of the coup. Not even any terribly interesting insights.

You know what I got? Let me just read this.

“The Thermador Pro-Harmony PRL486GDH Pro-Style Gas Range is a marvel of domestic engineering. Revolutionary in its scope, its Star burners provide unparalleled evenness in cooking and  its Quick-Clean Base allows for easy cleanup. Along with rust-proof titanium construction and cast iron grating, it also has a truly massive oven capacity at 4.4 cubic feet.”

Bobby, is this serious? Thermidor, Thermador. I get it. But did you honestly think I wanted a report on major household appliances for our unit on the French Revolution? I don’t care how evenly the Star-burners heat, or the optimal coverage they provide for pots and pans of any size. I don’t care about the powerful 22,000 BTU baking burners, or its superior convection function, or its removable griddle. I expected a report on a major moment of French Revolutionary history.

Although this oven does sound pretty nice. Does it seriously have a 1630 watt electric griddle? And full access telescopic racks? Man. That’s nuts. This really sounds like something I could use.

But that’s no excuse. You gave me two pages about a gas stove rather than seven pages about the downfall of Robespierre, and that can’t — it has simmer options that range between 375 to 3,500 BTU? And a thermostatically controlled grill?

Ok, Bobby. I’ll let it slide this time. But next time you pull something like this, it better be about a pretty awesome juicer.

The revolution is never-ending at AppliancesConnection.com where the Thermador PRL486GDH Pro Harmony 48″ Pro-Style Gas Range is still available.

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How to buy a wall oven

Purchasing a wall oven may seem difficult, but it really isn’t. It is easier to look for one if you can build your kitchen around your appliances as opposed to looking for a replacement oven. 95% of all wall ovens today are 30 inches in width. Most wall ovens are electric.

When buying a wall oven you should note that features become a standard rather quickly. Similar to the car industry. Double wall ovens all have one oven for convection cooking and a decent control package. Thermador, DCS, and Electrolux all share these similar attributes.

The best way to purchase kitchen appliances is through buying a package, since most manufactuers offer a big savings with rebates when doing so.

If you are only purchasing a wall oven then here are a few ideas:

1.

Frigidaire wall ovens have a great price and are quite efficient.
Frigidaire wall ovens have a great price and are quite efficient.

2.

Electrolux wall ovens have a trendy look and are more expensive than lower end models.

Electrolux wall ovens have a trendy look and are more expensive than lower end models.

3.

Thermador wall ovens look great and are considered high end.

Thermador wall ovens look great and are considered high end.

4.

DCS wall ovens are the top of the line and the price will suggest that.

DCS wall ovens are the top of the line and the price will suggest that.


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