Cooking at the speed of light: $2,000 toaster oven that claims to bake a pizza in 10 MINUTES is showcased at CES
- Brava revealed its latest smart toaster oven at the Consumer Electronics Show
- Called Brava Glass, the innovation features a new all-glass front
- It continues with previous features, such as the 10 cooking settings and power through an iPhone
- The company believes the new window provides an immersive cooking experience – but it will cost you $2,000
Brava unveiled a smart toaster oven at the Consumer Electronics Show that cooks an entire pizza in just 10 minutes.
Called Brava Glass, the new model can be powered with an iPhone, provides 10 different cook settings and now has an all-glass front.
It is designed with internal sensors to ‘ensure perfect and consistent cooking’ and a camera to see your food bake, fry, roast toast and reheat.
The oven, however, will set consumers back $2,000 – but it reaches 500 degrees Fahrenheit in a second, cutting down energy costs and speeding up cook times.
The Brava Glass aims to provide an immersive cooking experience with its new all-glass front
John Pleasants, co-founder and CEO of Brava, said in a statement: ‘Since introducing Brava to the world in 2018, we’ve been overwhelmed with the positive response as Brava continues to make a lasting impact on daily cooking habits and kitchens across America.
‘With the addition of Brava Glass to our product line up, we hope to bring an even more immersive cooking experience to families that mimics the shared nostalgia of cooking around a grill, stovetop or campfire.’
The company claims the new Brava Glass can cook an entire meal with less energy than it takes to preheat a traditional oven.
This is because it can simultaneously cook different food groups at different temperatures through its multi-zone capabilities.
It is designed with internal sensors to ‘ensure perfect and consistent cooking’ and a camera to see your food bake, fry, roast toast and reheat
Users can choose from a range of settings: Air-Fry, Roast, Bake, Sear, Toast, Reheat, Rice Cook, Slow Cook, Dehydrate and Keep Warm.
Additionally, this new iteration will continue to come equipped with the popular heat-resistant internal camera and machine vision to monitor cooking progress, with remote viewing access on smartphones via the Brava Home app.
Thomas Cheng, co-founder and CTO of Brava, said: ‘When we created Brava, while we went through several prototypes before landing on a final design that captured the look and function we dreamed of, we always envisioned a glass window.
‘With Brava Glass, our inspiration has come full circle as we continue to prioritize user experiences, giving cooks at every level more control and the opportunity to witness our innovative technology in action.’
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