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    Feb082019

    You can cook from afar with the new less expensive June Oven Gen2

    The second generation June Oven offers faster cooking, a streamlined touchscreen interface and a durable, easy-to-clean stainless steel interior. The June app lets users start cooking, watch their food being cooked and receive push notifications to their mobile device. June’s digital Cookbook provides easy to follow, step-by-step video recipes and automatically controls your June to set the correct time, temperature, cook-program and preferred doneness. June can bake, broil, roast, air fry, dehydrate, slow cook, toast, reheat and keep warm. Six carbon fiber heating elements allow it to preheat three times faster than other ovens. An HD camera and latest advances in AI to instantly recognize over 50 common foods and will suggest the correct automatic cook-program for you. The camera also lets you watch your food come to life in real time and share a time-lapse of your cooking with friends and family. Maximum capacity – June fits up to a 12"x16" pan, 12 pound turkey, and 12" pizza. 1.0 ft capacity. Never goes out of date – June’s software automatically updates to introduce new functionality and features via Wi-Fi. June Oven comes standard with a food thermometer, solid core aluminum cooking pan, roasting rack, wire shelf, crumb tray and companion app (iOS and Android). $599.00.

    Giz Wiz CES 2019 Video: https://youtu.be/JNYJ9nY3Ju8

     

    Company website: http://www.juneoven.com/ 

     

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