Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer Pro BOV900BSS, Brushed Stainless Steel, 17.2″ x 21.4″ x 12.8″

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  • The Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer Pro with Element iQ System is a versatile countertop oven allowing you to roast, air fry and dehydrate; Use super convection to reduce cooking time by up to 30% and choose from 13 cooking functions
  • ELEMENT iQ SYSTEM: Using 6 independent quartz elements, smart algorithms steer power to where and when it’s needed to create the ideal cooking environment; Sensing and digital PID temperature control eliminates cold spots for precise and even cooking
  • AIR FRY & DEHYDRATE SETTINGS: Air fry French fries and other family favorites; Higher temperatures combined with super convection (maximized air flow) deliver crispy golden air fried foods; Dehydrate a wide range of food, up to 4 trays of goodness at once
  • SUPER CONVECTION TECHNOLOGY: 2 speed convection fan (super & regular) offers greater cooking control; Super convection provides a greater volume of hot air to ensure fast and even heat distribution perfect for air frying, dehydration and roasting
  • 13 COOKING FUNCTIONS: Super versatile countertop oven and air fryer with 13 functions to guide you to perfection: Toast, Bagel, Broil, Bake, Roast, Warm, Pizza, Proof, Air Fry, Reheat, Cookies, Slow Cook and Dehydrate
  • EXTRA LARGE CAPACITY: Extra large 21.5 x 17.1 x 12.7 inch interior with capacity for 9 slices of bread, a 14 pound turkey, air frying French fries and slow cooking with a 5 qt Dutch oven; Large enough to fit most 9 x 13 inch pans and 12 cup muffin trays
  • INTERIOR OVEN LIGHT: Integrated oven light automatically turns on at the end of the cooking cycle to help you see inside; It can be turned on at any time to see your progress; Replaceable componentry like your regular large oven
  • LCD DISPLAY: LCD display to easily access the built in smart functionality and all cooking functions; The LCD also indicates when pre-heat has completed and automatically begins to count down on the cooking time for perfect results
  • INCLUDED ACCESSORIES: 13 inch Pizza Pan; Two Oven Racks; 9 x13 inch Broil Rack and Enamel Roasting Pan; Mesh basket rack for dehydrating and air frying
  • WARRANTY: 2 Year Limited Product Warranty; Power: 1800 Watts; Voltage: 120 Volts
Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer Pro BOV900BSS, Brushed Stainless Steel, 17.2″ x 21.4″ x 12.8″
Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer Pro BOV900BSS, Brushed Stainless Steel, 17.2″ x 21.4″ x 12.8″


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Specification: Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer Pro BOV900BSS, Brushed Stainless Steel, 17.2″ x 21.4″ x 12.8″




Brushed Stainless Steel

Product Dimensions

17.5"D x 21.5"W x 12.7"H

Special Feature

Adjustable Rack

Control Type

Knob Control

Door Style

Dropdown Door

Included Components

Oven Racks (x2)., Mesh basket rack for dehydrating and air frying., 9"x13" Broil Rack and Enamel Roasting Pan., 13" Pizza Pan.

Finish Type


Cable Length

3.4 Feet

Item Weight

2.69 pounds



Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

February 2, 2017

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer Pro BOV900BSS, Brushed Stainless Steel, 17.2″ x 21.4″ x 12.8″

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  1. Yahir

    Can I say anything negative about this oven? Not really. I bought the 1.0cu ft oven after having used the 0.8cu ft oven for a decade, thinking bigger is better and that it would not be that much bigger. It’s alot bigger and as such, takes a bit longer to heat up. For a family of 4, I recommend the 1.0cu ft oven. For a single person or a couple, I would stick to the 0.8cu ft oven. For a single person, the 1.0cu ft oven is overkill and after saying that, it is sooooo nice having that second rack to toast buns, while your cooking a meal. This thing really is a dream to cook with. Can’t recommend it enough! It’s expensive but worth the price. Don’t know what I would do without it. I use it pretty much every day. Wait for a Black Friday sale.

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  2. Raphael

    ADDED TO REVIEW ON 4/29/18: Some problems with the oven after a few months of use. First, the door hinge got stuck several times causing the door not to close. This issue has been reported in other Amazon reviews of this product. Next, the timer stopped working as well. I contacted Breville and they will be replacing the oven, but I am a little suspicious of quality control after now paying attention to a few negative reviews on this page.


    This was not my first choice

    All I wanted was an air fryer. I was intrigued by the fact that there were appliances that could fry foods without the need for oil. I spent countless hours pouring over reviews of leading air fryer models. I was set on purchasing the most expensive one by Philips at nearly $300.

    I then read a comment somewhere that if I was going to spend $300 on an air fryer, I might as well spend an extra $100 on the Breville Smart Oven as I would essentially be getting a full-service oven with high-capacity air frying capability.

    I decided to take the chance on that option despite a few reviews saying that dedicated air fryer appliances did a slightly better job air frying than this particular oven.

    This was an expensive purchase, no doubt. However, I had an aging Toastmaster oven that was nearly 30 years old but still kickin’ butt! There really was no need to replace it, but you could just imagine what a huge upgrade in modernization this Breville presented.

    At first, the Breville Smart Oven seems intimidating. There is an elaborate selection screen and lots of dials and buttons. However, just experimenting for several minutes, I was able to quickly figure out the basics. The oven already has temperature and time presets for just about any cooking need you may have. From that point, the dials simply alter heating temperatures and cooking times.

    Here are some things you should be aware of….

    There is a design flaw in this oven that puts one at a huge disadvantage if placed on a higher shelf, which I initially did, above my microwave. The door opens top to bottom. This puts a huge strain on anyone placing and removing food from the oven as the door blocks arm movement. It would have been a far better choice for Breville to make a door that swings open from the side.

    Additionally, if placed on a higher shelf, you cannot read the menu screen. I have read many complaints in Amazon reviews that the screen is unreadable. It is unreadable if placed on a shelf. If you place it on a counter at eye level or below, there is no issue reading the screen.

    So, the big point here is that you should plan to place this on a counter, not a shelf.

    The oven works very well in all the cooking tests I put it through. One of the things I am not fond of is that everything starts with a preheat. However, once the preheat is done (and you will get several beeps indicating such), the cooking time begins counting down. This is a pain-in-the-neck because it takes about a minute to grab your food and place it in the oven. At that point, you have to turn the dial back to the proper cooking time that the oven initially sets for you. The best thing Breville could have done is to “freeze” the cooking time once preheat is done and then let the user push the button again to start the actual cooking countdown.

    So, let me talk about the essential aspect of this oven which is its air frying capability….

    The Breville includes a large air frying tray that allows air to circulate through its screen door design. It allows an ample amount of french fries to be placed on it.

    The best advice I can give is to ignore the instructions given on the package of french fries. Use the actual recommended time that Breville programs into its Air Fryer menu selection. You really want to cook it at a slightly lower temperature for a longer period of time. Breville does an excellent job with its preset temperature and time.

    I tried air frying both Nathans french fries and Orida Tater Tots. The french fries came out very good — crisp on the outside and tender on the inside. However, something about it just didn’t scream “fried” to me. At best, the results were slightly better than just baking it in the oven. They really tasted more like baked fries rather than those fried in oil. The Tater Tots came out better. Those were really crisp on the outside and comparable to those I would cook in a pan with a little bit of oil.

    I think, overall, the problem with the Breville air fryer function is that you are frying without oil. That can be a good thing, but at the same time, you aren’t getting that flavor which oil provides. If you actually fried french fries in oil and placed them in a blind taste next to the air fryer version, I would bet anyone would instantly pick the fried version as the better tasting product.

    I haven’t been able to compare the Breville to one of the dedicated Air Fryer appliances, and perhaps they really do a more phenomenal job. The best I can say is that the Breville does a great job at coming close to producing actual fried results, but it won’t pass a blind test against the real thing.

    Another issue I have is the lack of support from Breville themselves. Before purchasing this oven, I wrote their customer support an email asking how much distance this oven needed to be placed from the back wall. Breville never answered me. That is a bit concerning when this is customer support you may need to rely on should something go wrong with this oven. To answer my question, there are nubs on the back of the oven that gives you proper back wall placement.

    People have complained that the oven does smoke. I have experienced this with every item I have cooked. For me, it’s no big deal. As long as the oven is working as expected, I don’t care if it gives off a small amount of smoke.

    I would recommend purchasing and placing baking matts in the bottom grill tray as it can be a chore cleaning without it. You can purchase these matts for dirt cheap on Amazon:

    Overall, this is a terrific oven, though with some really bad design choices that force one to not be able to mount it on a higher shelf. Please do take note of this when considering a purchase.

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  3. Ronald Epstein

    Me sorprendió el gran tamaño que tiene y todos los accesorios que trae, es muy bueno para hacer su trabajo. Recomiendo apoyo de otra persona para poder sacarlo de su caja y ponerlo sobre su lugar.

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  4. Steve Graham

    Me ha funcionado muy bien y se ve de muy buena calidad

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  5. Amazon Customer

    This is a really good oven that sees daily use in our kitchen before the full-sized appliance. It does a great job cooking, broiling, air frying and baking. The oven size is ideal for a couple. Although it requires a fair bit of counter space, it’s worth it. We have an air fryer model from another manufacturer on our boat. I wish it was as good as this one, but it needed to fit into a specific space. Otherwise we would own two of these.

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  6. Jess C.

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     Our Breville Smart Oven BOV800XL finally broke after 10 years of almost daily use, so it was time to replace it. Another Breville, no question – but which one? The newer Breville model (BOV900BSSUSC, the one in this review) seemed like the obvious choice, but I was afraid it wouldn’t fit on the counter or it would get too hot under the cabinets.

    Short answer: It fits! It doesn’t get too hot! It works great! Best choice! How did I live without it??

    Long answer, for those who like to overanalyze everything (not that I’d know anything about that…):

    *** How big is it? ***
    – Width: 21.5″
    – Depth: 15″ not including handle, 17.25″ with handle
    – Height: 12.375″ not including handle, 12.75″ with handle
    See the attached pictures for how it compares with the BOV800XL.

    *** How loud is it? ***
    Quieter than the old one. The older 800XL convection fan was loud and almost rattled. The new one has 2 fans: one to cool the electronics and one for convection. Even with both fans, cooking with normal convection is pretty quiet. Airfry turns the convection fan up to 11 and makes a serious whoosh. I don’t use airfry much (regular convection works just as well for most things we cook), so it’s not a big deal.

    You want numbers? I got numbers. With the decibel meter sitting on the counter next to the oven:
    Baseline room noise: 33dB
    Oven, no convection: 55dB (mostly the electronics fan)
    Convection: 57 dB
    Airfry mode: 69 dB
    (Note that when the fan first starts, it’s louder, maybe 66dB, for 1-2 seconds until it gets up to speed. That’s how the old 800XL fan sounded all the time.)
    Check out the attached video if you want to actually hear it.

    *** How hot does it get? ***
    After 15 minutes of convection roast at 450°F:
    – Top front: 215°F
    – Top back: 160°F
    – Sides: 140°F
    – Glass: 235°F
    – Door: 220°F (top and sides), 170°F (bottom)
    – Back: 135°F
    – Wall behind it, a few inches away: 90°F
    – Cabinet above, 7″ clearance: 90°F
    The cabinet above it does get warmish inside, so if you store your chocolate or cooking oils or other heat-sensitive stuff there, you might have a problem.

    *** How well does it work? ***
    Great! Having a 2nd oven is amazing for when I don’t want to heat the big one, or need to cook things at 2 different temperatures, or need to keep something warm while the rest of the food finishes cooking. This oven has 10 settings, but I use only a few of them:
    – Toast: Slower than a toaster, but cooks the slices evenly.
    – Bake/roast: Temperate is accurate, cooks mostly evenly (there’s a slightly hotter spot in the front right).
    – Airfry: I never had a standalone airfryer, so I can’t compare. It does make things crispier compared with normal convection. Usually I just use the airfry basket with the fan on normal convection, and that seems fine.
    – Slow cook: Never used it.
    – Reheat: As far I as I can tell, the only difference between reheat and bake/roast is that for reheat, the timer starts when the oven starts heating. For bake and roast, the timer starts after the oven is already heated. Subtle difference, but surprisingly convenient for not overcooking your leftovers.

    tl;dr: Oven is good. I like it.

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  7. Jess C.

    We upgraded from an earlier version of this that did not have the air fryer and other updated settings. Absolutely the best! Better than the previous version. The air fryer setting is awesome. We are donating our basket air fryer, since this is very superior to what we had. Had it for a couple of months. We use it every day from toasting to baking, to broiling. An it is pretty large inside, and comes with a variety of trays. Excellent for frozen pizza. The convection and the super convection settings are pretty powerful and efficient. We find that it takes a lot less time to bake/cook than the previous version. Instead of the recommended 18-20 minutes for frozen pizza, we find that 15 minutes makes a perfect pizza. The reheat function is also very useful. We put left overs in their glass storage containers right into the Breville, and set to reheat. It does not dry out the food, instead seems to make it moister. Highly recommend it for anyone looking for an extremely versatile kitchen appliance. Very happy with our purchase.

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  8. Yahir

    We live the full time tiny home life, we purchased this as a full time oven, this is the best purchase we’ve made for this lifestyle. The door actually seals all the way, the heat is perfectly accurate, it’s extremely easy to set up and it looks amazing. The price of this nearly scared us away, we purchased the larger sized one, I’m so glad we went with it.

    As soon as you start pulling it out of the box you can see, and feel, the difference in quality. We were using one of those cheaper convection ovens and compared to this we may as well have been using a candle under a plate. We’ve burned through a lot of ovens, of varrying quality, and this is hands down the best we’ve purchased. It maintains an even temperature, though it does remind you to turn your food, and can even fit our Dutch oven with the lid on. The other extra wide oven we used couldn’t fit the lid and took forever to cook anything in it.

    If you’re using this for the tiny home lifestyle I highly recommend it, we have been blown away by the quality of the oven and how well if evenly cooks our foods. You can tell they put a lot of thought into making this and it’s on a totally different level compared to all of its competitors. I can’t speak as to how long the oven lasts, we’ve only had it for a few weeks, but you can see it’s build to last a lifetime. If you’re only using it part time you may want to go with something cheaper, it you’re looking for something to actually use as an oven then hit the buy now button, you won’t regret it.

    Edit on February 16th 2023.

    This over is still going strong and works exactly like it did when we bought it. We use it heavily and none of the markings have worn off and it still cooks to perfection. This is hands down the best Amazon purchase I’ve ever made.

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