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Old 07-29-2019, 01:28 PM   #1
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Anyone tried a NuWave Brabo XL Oven?

Has anyone tried using a NuWave Bravo XL Convection oven? I am trying to decide whether to get another Breville or something a little bigger.
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Old 07-29-2019, 03:39 PM   #2
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Only you can decide what size or brand you want. Why would you leave that up to someone else? Doubt anyone here knows your size requirements on a daily basis.
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Old 07-29-2019, 03:48 PM   #3
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Only you can decide what size or brand you want. Why would you leave that up to someone else? Doubt anyone here knows your size requirements on a daily basis.
Fits what we need. Mixed eeviews online curious if anyone here has direct experience with brand/model.
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Old 07-30-2019, 11:38 PM   #4
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Has anyone tried using a NuWave Bravo XL Convection oven? I am trying to decide whether to get another Breville or something a little bigger.
Yes, I recently replaced the microwave/convection oven in our Vegas with the Nuwave Bravo. It works as advertised, holds a little more than our Breville at home. Has 2 racks and also will air-fry. We have a Nuwave air-frier as well that we use outside with the Weber or Blackstone. Tried out the Nuwave at home first. Holds the heat in better than others, gets hot to the touch but doesn't spread the heat outside of the unit like others. I removed the Highpoint, installed a flat drawer with rollers to slide out for cleaning. Installed side walls in the open space and use some trim pieces for cosmetics. Place a small desk type mini-fan behind it. Put an inline thermostat to kick the fan on if temp gets over whatever I set it at (I felt that 120 degrees is sufficient). I will try to post some pics this weekend and links to parts used. If you purchase this oven, Amazon had the best price when we researched.
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Old 08-09-2019, 11:28 PM   #5
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Has anyone tried using a NuWave Bravo XL Convection oven? I am trying to decide whether to get another Breville or something a little bigger.
Muggs, I just posted pics of my Nuwave Bravo oven install in the "modifications and upgrades" thread.
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Old 08-10-2019, 11:15 AM   #6
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Thanks, I appreciate it. We hardly ever use the Convection microwave.
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Old 08-10-2019, 11:50 AM   #7
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Thanks, I appreciate it. We hardly ever use the Convection microwave.
We only use convection, never microwave. The NuWave takes up too much space on the countertop and the microwave space would be wasted. So, I decided to remove the microwave and replace it with the NuWave. We tried out the NuWave at home prior to installing in the RV. We have a Breville at home and love it. Hardly ever use the regular oven. The NuWave works just as well, a little more space inside, has 2 racks, toaster works great so removed the pop-up toaster which saves countertop space, air fryer also works well. I do air fry quite a bit. It also holds a 9x13 inch ceramic dish that we use to roast potatoes, carrots, peppers & onions and green beans. Great for mac & cheese too. We are very pleased with the NuWave. We have other NuWave appliances at home and have been pleased with all. I would say NuWave and Breville are pretty equal in quality and usability. The NuWave had slight advantage over Breville for RV purpose due to the less outside heat emission, slightly larger inside capacity and ability to air fry.
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