The list of manufacturers that make wall ovens includes Amana, Bosch Home Appliances, Jenn-Air, GE Appliances and KitchenAid, among others. As of 2015, the prices of wall ovens offered by these manufacturers range between $700 for the entry-level models and $3,500 for the high-end models.
When purchasing a wall oven, a buyer should bear in mind the type of power he uses in his home, which ultimately determines whether a gas or an electric wall oven is a better fit. Other features that a buyer should consider include the size, preference for a single or double wall oven, cleaning method and convection. As of 2015, wall ovens with self-cleaning and electric convection typically cost around $500 more than their counterparts without those features. The minimum price of double convection wall ovens is $2,150, whereas wall ovens that combine an oven with a microwave cost $2,500 or more, as reported by Houselogic.
The price of a wall oven determines the presence of additional, ease-of-use features. The more expensive models boast larger viewing windows, temperature probes and better interior lightning. In addition to racks that are placed on smooth-glide tracks, manufacturers normally replace the chrome-coated racks with the porcelain-coated ones in their high-end models. As of 2015, most manufacturers include electronic displays and various modes of preparing food in their wall ovens, including delayed bake, variable broil and Sabbath mode.