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A Real Review of the Miele MasterChef Wall Oven (Ratings / Prices)

December 13th, 2016 | 2 min. read

By Steve Sheinkopf

Wistia video thumbnail - Miele M-Touch Wall Oven

Buying a wall oven was so simple years ago. They all had single convection and you would usually pick a Thermador or Jenn-Air depending on almost the of the salesperson or the experiences of your neighbors

Now wall ovens are the most exciting product to buy for your kitchen. There are all types of convection systems. Most have one touch controls. Others are Wi-Fi-enabled. You can pretty much cook on auto-pilot automatically.


The M Touch was the first one-touch control system. In the video, we will be comparing the new MasterChef to a new generation of wall ovens from Wolf, Jenn-Air, and Dacor.

In some ways, the features of Miele are still the best. However, they are no longer your only considerations as outlined in the short video below.

Miele MasterChef M Touch H6780BP2 Video Review

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miele 30 inch convection M touch oven

Key Features:

  • 4.6 cu. ft. Capacity Ovens
  • M Touch Controls
  • 19 Operating Modes
  • 6 PerfectClean Racks
  • 100 MasterChef Programs
  • Sabbath Program
  • Roast Probe


Miele has updated their MasterChef wall oven. We will look at the features and compare it to some of its competitors like Wolf, Dacor, Jenn-Air.

Miele has always been on the forefront of technology and were first with simple, one touch controls. All you have to do is pick a product like meat, it will prompt you for type of meat and how you want it prepared. Then press start. There are literally hundreds of items and even automatic recipes for you to try.

Many manufacturers now have similar functionality. Wolf has their touch controls. Jenn-Air probably has the most robust with their cuisine center. It will also show you how the food looks after it has been cooked.

In addition, Jenn-Air and Dacor have Wi-Fi capability, so some functions can be controlled remotely. Want to turn the oven down at your child’s soccer game, a Wi-Fi-enabled oven will allow you to do so. As of yet, Miele is not Wi-Fi-enabled.

However, Miele is the only wall oven with steam functionality. Steam is essential especially in breadmaking. In fact you have 15 Automatic programs just for different breads. So if you want to bake brioche or sourdough, pick the button. You can even adjust for how well-done you want the crust.

Miele also offers a rotisserie in two twin convection ovens. The only better convection system would be the Wolf, which has blowers instead of fans, delivering more air for the most consistent baking.

Still, when you compare Miele to almost every other wall oven, it has the best functionality. And with steam, it will allow you to bake and cook in ways the others cannot.

Additional Resources

Want to learn more about the latest wall ovens? Get the Yale Wall Oven Buying Guide with features, specs and detailed profiles of the best brands like Miele, Jenn-Air, Wolf, Viking, Thermador and more. Over 200,000 people have read a Yale Guide.

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Steve Sheinkopf

Steve Sheinkopf is the third-generation CEO of Yale Appliance and a lifelong Bostonian. He has over 38 years of experience in the appliance industry, and he is a trusted source of information for consumers on how to buy and repair appliances.

Steve has also been featured in numerous publications, including the New York Times, Consumer Reports, The Boston Globe, Bloomberg Radio, the New York Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Entrepreneur, for his knowledge of how to buy appliances and appliance repair.

Steve is passionate about helping consumers find the best appliances for their needs, and he is always happy to answer questions and provide advice. He is a valuable resource for consumers who are looking for information on appliance buying, repair, and maintenance.

Despite being the worst goalie in history, Steve is a fan of the Bruins and college hockey, loves to read, and is a Peloton biker. The love of his life is his daughter, Sophie.

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