I consider myself a fairly frugal person, but if my June oven broke I would buy another that same day (and it costs about $500). Why? Because it’s my most-used kitchen appliance.
The June oven kinda sounds like it’s out of The Jetsons. It’s a countertop oven that’s “smart,” which means it’s compatible with Amazon Alexa and comes with an app that can be used to control it. The oven also has a feature called “Food ID” that recognizes foods and knows the exact time and temperature to cook them at. It can also work like a regular oven, where you can set the time and temperature yourself.
Toast, roasted carrots, pizza rolls, French fries, baked chicken thighs, roast salmon, baked potatoes, chocolate chip cookies, frozen waffles: I use the June to prepare them all. And they come out perfectly every time.
Here are eight reasons I love the June Smart Oven: