June announced today that its eponymous smart oven will now automatically cook certain foods from Whole Foods in a move that evolves the appliance into more of an all around […]
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The biggest complaint I had about my June Oven was the lack of instructions. At times they were so sparse and provided so little information that my smart oven left […]
One of my favorite pieces of writing ever is Chuck Klosterman’s breakdown of every KISS album. It’s hilarious and insightful and there is one nugget in there that illustrates the emotional connection I’ve made to my new June Oven.
“This alone is worth the money.” That was my wife sitting on our couch eating day old pizza she had reheated in our recently purchased (and now sold out) second-generation […]
I was lucky enough to (have a wife who encouraged me to) purchase the second-generation June Oven before they sold out of Batch 1. Like an anxious kid before Christmas, I […]
He (or she) who hesitates is lost, especially if you were hoping to score the second-gen June Oven before school starts. According to the company’s website: “Batch 1” of the […]
Chris here. I’m in LA this week, which I love because LA is genuinely one of my favorite cities. Sure there is smog, every street is clogged with traffic and […]
June, the company behind the eponymous countertop connected cooking oven, today announced the release of its second generation June Oven, which is available and shipping immediately for $499. This is […]
In January of 2017, Anova unveiled the Nano, a $99 sous vide circulator. The Bluetooth-enabled, smaller form factor appliance gave Anova its first sub-$100 entry in what has become an […]
June, the company behind the intelligent countertop convection oven, has introduced its first wall oven, the June Pro. The June Pro, available for sale today on the company’s website for […]
As kitchen devices become more connected, over-the-air updates will become more commonplace.
Back in the 90s and early 2000s, whenever a company wanted to get early buzz for a product, they’d send it over to Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal […]