For $10,000 you can have a GE connected pizza oven in your kitchen

For pizza lovers, $10,000 may seem like a small price to pay to have your very own pizza oven in your home — one that cooks pizzas in just two minutes.

GE's Monogram Pizza Oven. (Image via GE)
GE’s Monogram Pizza Oven. (Image via GE)

GE’s Monogram Pizza Oven allows hobbyist chefs restaurant-quality cooking capabilities.

The appliance company employed its co-creation community that harnesses the brainpower of the maker movement called FirstBuild to design the Monogram Pizza Oven.

The pizza oven fits into the small space of a standard wall oven cavity, incorporates a compact interior ventilation system, and requires no special installation or construction.

The Monogram Pizza Oven relies on just electric power and has precise zone-controlled heating capabilities. And since there’s an app for just about everything, why wouldn’t there be an app that can integrate the oven into your digital ecosystem so that you can make a pizza directly from your smartphone.


The Monogram Pizza Oven will be available May 2016 for $9,900.

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