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The Second Generation June Oven Might Be The One For You

The Second Generation June Oven Might Be The One For You

With a price tag of $599, the second generation June Oven is smarter, faster and cheaper than its predecessor

In 2016 the $1,500 June Oven was born. The smart appliance not only featured cool components, had temperature probes, an onboard computer and internal cameras that showed you the entire cooking process but it was also constantly being upgraded, learning from real-world data. While it may have been one of the coolest ovens we have ever seen, the high price tag was hard to overcome.

Photo courtesy of June Oven

Photo courtesy of June Oven

Two years later, June Oven is back with its second generation of the AI cooking machine and it only costs $599 (which of course you can finance for as low as $42/month and get $100 off with coupon code NEW100).  It’s not only still able to cook food without having to preheat, thanks to the same carbon fiber heating elements found on the first generation, but it also still comes equipped with the same cameras, and the same quad-core computer. The only real difference between the two models is the price.

This nifty gadget might not only replace your toaster oven but your regular oven as well. The oven is nearly hassle-free, thanks to its visual sensors, temperature probe, and it will even send you an update once your food is finished. Not only is it seven appliances in one (convection oven, air fryer, dehydrator, slow cooker, broiler, toaster and warming drawer) but it will even remember exactly how you like your steak cooked and cook it to perfection every time you use. The June Oven of course also comes with a smartphone app and the only thing it dosn't seem to do is clean itself. After seeing all that it does, we’re starting to think that the $599 price tag really isn’t that bad

Photo courtesy of June Oven

Photo courtesy of June Oven

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