The June Oven also sent alerts to let me know how much cooking time was left. There’s also an option to preheat the oven remotely and also set the time and temperature remotely (although I’ve never used that feature). The oven is also compatible with Alexa, so voice commands can be used to preheat the oven as well.
I actually tested the June Oven Premium, which is $400 more, but includes air fry, stone-fire, roast, convection bake, toast, broil, reheat, slow cook and hydrate (compared to the six cooking functions on the regular June Oven). The June Oven Premium also includes numerous accessories, including three air baskets, enameled grill/griddle, pizza peel, two roasting racks, two nonstick pans, wire shelf, crumb tray, food thermometer, and pro food thermometer. Its dimensions are 19.8 x 12.75 x 19.2 inches.
The Ninja Foodi 10-in-1 XL Pro