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Exclusive Cook mouthwatering meals in a fraction of the time with this groundbreaking low-pressure oven from culinary legend Wolfgang Puck. Using the same principles as stovetop pressure cookers, but operating at much lower pressures, this compact countertop oven seals in heat and moisture, concentrates flavors and dramatically decreases cooking times.

Five cooking methods, fully adjustable temperature settings and an integrated timer provide complete control, while the smart, efficient design makes it as easy to use as a standard oven. Whether cooking a full-sized turkey in minutes or baking a batch of cookies, this quick and convenient oven lets you spend more time enjoying your meals and less time cooking them.

Available in stainless steel with either chrome knobs (exclusive) or black knobs.

  • Manufacturer: KitchenTek
  • Model: WPROR1002SLT
  • Includes: Oven, roasting pan, bake/drip pan, removable crumb tray, broil rack, recipe booklet, user guide
  • Material: Stainless steel, glass, rubber
  • Care: Wipe exterior clean with damp cloth. Removable components (pans, racks, crumb tray) are dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 19.9" x 15.6" x 17.9" (exterior); 14.5" x 12" x 10" (interior)
  • Capacity: 29 L
  • Weight: 27 lb.
  • Watts: 1700
  • Warranty: 1-year limited manufacturer’s warranty
  • Made in China
  • Flavor Infusion Technology™ creates a pressurized cooking environment that seals in heat and moisture and concentrates flavors
  • Low-pressure cooking cooks meals up to 70% more quickly than conventional ovens—great for beef, poultry, vegetables and even baked goods
  • Pressurized environment operates at much lower pressures than standard pressure cookers for gentle, precise cooking and exceptional results
  • Five cooking methods: bake, broil, roast, toast and warm or reheat
  • Integrated timer turns oven off when cooking is complete and keeps it warm until ready to serve
  • Large, 29-liter capacity accommodates a wide variety of foods or a 14" x 12" baking pan
  • Easy-to-use lock makes it easy to set and release the seal
  • Release valve easily vents pressure when cooking is complete
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Just Flat Out Amazing
Working here at Sur la Table I am very often in the lucky position of having the good fortune to test products before they are available to customers. I have to admit, I was sorta ready to be underwhelmed by this oven as a bit of a gimmicky thing that a famous chef tacked his name on. Boy was I off the mark.

This thing is a little marvel, I'm still kind of reeling from the experience of tasting not only how delicious the results were, but what impressive variety of cooking types the machine offers. I had pizza, prime rib, mac & cheese, roast chicken, roasted root vegetables, chocolate raspberry souffle, salmon and a shockingly delicious and juicy turkey.

A 14-lb turkey. which was cooked with olive oil, salt and pepper, nothing else, for 55 minutes. Perfect crispy golden skin, and more moisture and flavor than any turkey I've ever had. It was kind of a revelation, I'm sure no standard oven-roasted turkey will ever live up to it.

I'm an absolute convert, this is a fantastic product.
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August 20, 2014
I am sorry to say that I am disappointed with this item. I was excited to start using it. I made my first dish (a roasted chicken with potatoes) and half way through I hear a loud boom. The meal collapsed in the oven. It turns out the shelf does not fit. It is to short in width. Back it goes. I was really looking forward using this to help me out for Thanksgiving. :-(
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October 11, 2014
Very dissapointing
We bought the oven & returned it two weeks later. We were thinking that we would cook stews & soups in it from scatch in less time than it would take in a regular oven. We were wrong. We made two stews but the directions that came with the oven showed that the time it takes to cook the stew in the pressure oven was comparable to a regular oven. We made the stews using the pressure oven setting & they were nothing to write home about. It does a chicken just fine. But I can buy a rotisserie chicken at Costco for $5, so not much a big deal. Be sure to check out the bottom oven rack - it doesn't support anything too heavy & will actually bend it you press firmly on it. So, we were hesitant to put anything heavy in there as we though the bottom rack would collapse. We tried the recipe for the "crispy fries" & they ended up being dry and only browned on the bottom - they would have been better done in a conventional oven. Tried to just do toast in it, but the heating ring on top & bottom just runs around the perimeter of the oven, so there's no direct browning. There seems to be less pressure that's generated by the pressure oven compared to a regular pressure cooker, so don't think the two are interchangeable in that way. Overall, we decided that it was a very expensive toaster oven that didn't even do toast well. We'll wait until they improve the pressure & have a better bottom rack. We thought it would be great, but it wasn't in our experience.
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November 23, 2014
So much fun!
I got this as a gift and it has been the best addition to my kitchen in years! I have used it for pressure cooking, regular roasting and baking.

I was skeptical and excited about the pressure function but in the end I was completely blown away that I cooked a whole chicken in 35 mins and the skin was super crispy and the meat was super juicy! I will never go back to a regular oven for cooking a chicken.

I made shortcakes in the oven and it work beautifully!

You cant go wrong with this oven. I am bringing it with me to visit my in laws so they can see how cool it is!
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September 29, 2014
somewhat disappointed
love the idea and the meals i have made in it are great. it is too awkward to open as you have to push a button with one hand, pull the door handle with the other while the whole thing wants to slide right off the counter. also rack tracks are poorly designed so that it is quite scary trying to get a large meal out of the oven without dropping it or burning yourself. pull the rack half way out in order to get to sides of pan and the rack falls forward.
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December 5, 2014
YOU NEED THIS.... It is so versatile and amazing
I have had this for a while now and as a lover of pressure cookers I wasn't sure if an oven could really do what was claimed... IT does all of that and more. I made a whole turkey and it was absolutely the easiest and the best I have ever made. The skin was perfectly crisped but the legs were not burned. It was a 12 lb turkey and it was done in 40 minutes. I next made a pork tenderloin...equally as good and took half of the time it takes in the pressure cooker. Moist, tender and carved perfectly. Next will be a prime rib roast. Do not forget it also bakes as a regular oven, it will broil, it has a roitisserie.... and all of this in a space not that much larger than a regular counter top toaster oven. I have nothing negative to say. It has performed every task perfectly. Love this little oven!
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November 7, 2014
Make room on your counter, this is worth it!
Still learning all the ways I can use this but one fat chicken--8 lbs cooked juicy and perfect in 40 mins or so-- sums up the strong points. In addition to magical poultry baking (can't wait for Thanksgiving turkey!!) normal baked or roasted foods come out evenly cooked, juices sealed in. Pressure does it faster. Toast is great. Still working on broiling.
One problem to avoid--get black knobs, not chrome knobs which are basically illegible, particularly on timer. Also, if you want a rotisserie, shop the various sales sites for best price
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November 21, 2014
Awesome Performance!
All I have to say is "Wow!" This is one serious oven! I roasted a 5 lb Pork Loin in 35 minutes. It was perfect. I mean, the results were really, really perfect. The qualify of the finished product exceeded any that one could achieve in a conventional oven. Pork loins are generally very difficult to roast, as they can become tough when exposed to dry heat - even when subjected to being brined or marinated. The pressure heating method cooked the Pork Roast to perfection and in a fraction of the time it takes to roast such a cut of meat conventionally. Chef Puck took care to ensure that he provided cooking times for various cuts of meat according to their weight - which is a Godsend when one is working with a new cooking product. From my perspective this is a product that one uses to severely cut roasting times. While one can use the oven in a conventional manner, the lack of baking area does not readily meet the needs of one who intends to bake large batches of cookies. On the flip side, if one is stuck in a college dorm, and one knows how to cook, this will not only expand your culinary horizons, but your friendships as well. The product is extremely well priced so I cannot imagine that it is not will within the financial means of anyone to procure. If I were given a choice between the two, I would actually select this oven over a microwave, just for it's superior performance in roasting.
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November 18, 2014
Rack in oven does not fit properly and drops while cooking
I like results of cooking in the oven (it is true that in many cases, the time is no less than a regular oven)

I like that the inside is stainless steel

I don't have concerns about the safety of the unit due to the steam generated or temperature of the unit(hot to touch); just use common sense and good hot mitts.

I do not like the rack that is used to hold the food. It is poorly designed and I have had it drop while cooking. This is very frustrating, messy and can be a safety issue when you are trying to deal with a hot pan of food that has tipped over in the oven. Last night we had the worst experience yet. I made the lasagna recipe from the booklet and the rack dropped... WHAT A HOT MESS! 2 + hours to clean up the mess.

I am going to email Wolfgang customer service to see if they have a better designed rack they can send, or have any other solution. I can't believe that I am the only one that is having this problem.

If they respond appropriately, I will revise and upgrade my rating and recommend to a friend.
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March 9, 2015
Liked the idea but door needs improving.
I bought this oven when it first came out over a year ago. I had difficulty with the door opening. It was very stiff. However I kept it and used it quite a bit and really liked its performance whether cooking with steam or just in normal mode. I also liked the size..not too big but larger than a regular toaster oven. Unfortunately a few days ago the door latches gave way and it would no longer stay closed. I'm throwing it out and will miss it. Maybe in time when they improve it I may consider getting another. I do have another Wolfgang Puck oven thats quite a bit older, a little smaller and has a pizza drawer on the bottom. I use it quite a bit and really love it. I don't think they sell it anymore though.
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March 17, 2015

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