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Old 08-06-2020, 03:35   #16
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It had a Sharp convection oven / microwave combination oven. Results from that were mediocre but acceptable.

What model Sharp?

Ours is an R820, mounted within cabinetry... Works pretty well for us, including Thanksgiving turkeys (well, breasts, anyway).

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What model Sharp?

Ours is an R820, mounted within cabinetry... Works pretty well for us, including Thanksgiving turkeys (well, breasts, anyway).

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We have this one: https://shop.sharpusa.com/1-1-cu-ft-...-oven-r1874ty/

Everything fits in there and it cooks. It’s microwave function is almost as good as a dedicated microwave but baking is mediocre compared to a true convection oven like those used in Europe and things like broiling are non existent. The Breville I linked above can challenge a Bosch, Siemens or Smeg oven but requires a separate microwave... always a catch
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We have this one: https://shop.sharpusa.com/1-1-cu-ft-...-oven-r1874ty/

Everything fits in there and it cooks. It’s microwave function is almost as good as a dedicated microwave but baking is mediocre compared to a true convection oven like those used in Europe and things like broiling are non existent.
Looks like ours is slightly smaller, but with maybe slightly more power. .9 cf, 900W microwave, 1000W top heater, 1500W top and bottom heater.

We don't notice any difference on the microwave function compared to our large unit at home -- except for capacity. Haven't compared the baking/roasting/grilling/etc. functions to anything else... but they all work pretty well.

I dunno if ours is still made...

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Can you plumb the ventilation outboard or is it just recirculating?
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Can you plumb the ventilation outboard or is it just recirculating?
It is in our motorhome and vents to the outside but you can also use carbon filters and recirculate
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Can you plumb the ventilation outboard or is it just recirculating?

I see what looks like a vent duct connection on the top in the pictures, so I'd expect you can vent it overboard. If it's like many over the stove microwaves it probably has a range hood feature as well with intakes on the bottom.
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Re: All electric galley: convection oven

In the US most over the stove microwaves only recirculate from the range hood. That's not nearly so good as outside discharge.
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In the US most over the stove microwaves only recirculate from the range hood. That's not nearly so good as outside discharge.
They do that because there’s no need to create a ducted vent channel. The units can do either. I have a GE one that can do both as well. It is an option during install, like turn the cage fan 90 degrees, remove panel etc.

The hood function for steam and smoke is mediocre, not much better than nothing, but the filters still catch a lot of grease.
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Agreed, it's common for people to install them without outside ventilation. But other than the lack of a true hood, the one that came with the house I'm in works pretty decently and it does vent to the outside when acting as a range hood.
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And there it is, shiny and new
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Re: All electric galley: convection oven

I'm looking at the same model (I think) - It's under Sage in the UK but it's the same model.

Can I ask how you're planning on powering it as specs suggest it's 2400W at 220-240v and I'm hoping to use it for baking whilst on the hook.

I've got a Honda EU22i which I assume doesn't have enough juice to get me moving forwards, but i could be misunderstanding how it works.
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Re: All electric galley: convection oven

If it's like other USA spec cooking appliances, it only draws 1500 watts and the performance is, accordingly, worse than the UK version.
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Ah bugger. Hoped i had a good solution there.
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The oven is a Breville 900 and is 1,800W (see attached specs). It works great.
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Re: All electric galley: convection oven

Yeah guttingly the UK spec appears to be higher wattage - might see if the Euro spec version has the same specs as yours.

(assuming mile high barbed wire hasn't been erected around the English Channel yet)

I don't suppose anyone can recommend a sub 2.2kw equivalent for UK market? (not to co-opt your thread as it looks like you've got a great solution there)

Like folks on here I'm keen to keep baking
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