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What's your budget? What size do you want? The cheap little ones (much bigger than a toaster oven, but too small for a turkey) are probably around $3000 and are available at all the mom and pop appliance stores as well as the big chains (RTMart etc.); for a step up from that, but without paying an arm and a leg for an import in Tianmu, you can check out the ones for around $7,000 at the baking supply in an alley next to the Minquan bridge. (See my post on previous page for details)
Since this was posted a long time ago, I was just wondering if there are any new places or if the stores mentioned still exist. I live in Taipei and I am looking to buy a convection oven,new or old. Something at a good price would be good. The little ones at 3C and Costco don't look all that good. They don;t seal properly, so I wonder of they retain heat. Any info would be great.
The DIY baking store near the Minquan bridge still exists AFAIK, as does the one in Donghu. Both sell the Dr. Goods, which I like. It seals well but the sides and back aren't very insulated so you can't have it touching flammable items or plastic. Please see the Home Oven Recommendations thread in the Food Forum area.
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