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Baker's Salute Oven

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Power outages or living off the grid won’t interfere with baking fresh bread, delicious cookies or a hearty roast. Unique, steel convection oven attaches to 6 inch pipe on wood or coal burning stove – mounts above saving floor space. Heats from stove’s exhaust which is contained in an air-tight jacket, then exits through your chimney. Side handle adjusts the circulation of the air; includes waterproof and ovenproof thermometer to monitor temperature.
  • Overall dimensions 18-1⁄4"Hx26-1⁄4"W; inside oven 11-3⁄4"Hx23-1⁄8"Wx16"D. 74 lb.
  • USA made

* NOTE: An additional $70 shipping surcharge is required.
IMPORTANT: Oven must be installed within 12" of stove. To support the oven’s weight, each stovepipe joint must be secured by at least 3 #8 or larger metal screws. For best results, normal chimney draft must exceed .05 water column inches and smoke pipe surface temperature must exceed 250°F. Low draft or low temperatures will result in smoke leakage and excess creosote build up. See owner’s manual for details.
* NOTE: An additional $70 shipping surcharge is required.

Customer Reviews of Baker's Salute Oven
Product Rating: 4.5 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 10/15/2012
said: Dan
"I haven't used one of these, but I remember my grandmother having something very similar. It was hand made by my grandfather as a way to bake or "oven cook" during the winter. The area they lived in often had power failures during the winter, but with this, and the wood stove, my grandmother was able to cook whole meals. Of course I've never seen one like this, and when I can afford it I will buy one. All I know is that the one my grandparents had worked like a charm!"
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- 7/9/2014
said: Dave
"Installed at the end of the season, but so far, it gets up to temperature nicely. Was a little complicated to install so we had our chimney sweep do it as he was familiar with it and he had no complaints about it. It required a few parts we didn't have. Make sure you clean out the creosote often- more than your traditional wood stove. We used a long thin radiator brush to clean it out every few weeks. Keep up with the cleaning! Attaching the oven increased the amount of heat in the room due to increased surface area- a nice added bonus."
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