Enjoy the best of both worlds with the Sharp dynamic duo of luxury. The SWB3085HS combines our Easy-Wave Open, Smart Microwave Drawer oven with our True European Convection Wall Oven with Soft-Close into one beautiful, modern, and convenient cooking center for your home.
This innovative combination appliance was designed with convenience and comfort in mind. Ergonomically designed for your modern home, the SWB3085HS is a perfectly aligned Wall Oven at counter height and Microwave Drawer Oven with below the counter access. Using a single cutout and electrical connection, the seamless design of the SWB3085HS is a sleek and elegant addition to any home.
The SWB3085HS shares a single, simple-to-use, full-color touch screen control panel. It also Works with Alexa for Hands-Free Cooking with Over 150 Alexa Voice Commands. Get cooking more quickly with the Sharp Smart Cook feature where you can choose from some of the most popular foods and recipes. You even have the ability to save up to 30 of your favorite menu items and cook times for easier access.
Continue to learn more about the elements of this innovative combination kitchen appliance from Sharp!
- The First Smart Convection Wall Oven with Microwave Drawer™ Oven that Works with Alexa 1
- Full Color 7 LCD Touch Glass Display Controls with Smart and Easy Operation
- Space-Saving Combination Appliance in a Single Cutout
- Large, Full Color, Touch Glass Control Panel for Both Ovens
- 5.0 cu. ft. True European Convection Wall Oven and Soft-Close Door
- 1.2 cu. ft. Microwave Drawer™ Oven with Easy Wave Open
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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