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LG LWD3010ST Review

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued. There is a newer version of this model, the LG LWD3063ST.

Our Verdict

Despite lacking several features, the cooking capabilities and easy-to-use touch control panel help this electric wall double oven stand out when compared to similar products.

For

  • Convection capabilities are available in both the upper and lower ovens.

Against

  • There is no rapid preheat function on this product.
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LG LWD3010ST image: The interior of these ovens is blue.

LG LWD3010ST image: The interior of these ovens is blue.
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LG LWD3010ST image: Both the upper and lower oven boast 4.7 cubic feet of cooking space.

LG LWD3010ST image: Both the upper and lower oven boast 4.7 cubic feet of cooking space.
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LG LWD3010ST image: A touch control pad allows you to easily use the double ovens.

LG LWD3010ST image: A touch control pad allows you to easily use the double ovens.

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued. There is a newer version of this model, the LG LWD3063ST. You can still read our original review below, but Top Ten Reviews is no longer updating this product’s information.

The LG LWD3010ST is an electric wall double oven with convection capabilities and two sizable ovens. Additionally, it comes with a total of five oven racks to help you cook multiple dishes at once.

The design of this LG wall double oven is fairly simple. It features touch controls above both ovens. The touch controls are simple to use, as there are buttons to push for the handful of features available on the oven. There is also a number keypad, so you don't have to press arrows to scroll to the time or temperature that you desire.

The highlight of this built-in wall double oven is its cooking capabilities. It boasts convection cooking in both the upper and lower oven cavities. This means a small fan inside the oven circulates air, which provides faster cook times and more evenly cooked food than thermal cooking.

Both the upper and lower ovens have 4.7 cubic feet of cooking space. This isn't the largest electric double oven available, but it still provides plenty of space to cook multiple large dishes at once. Furthermore, this LG comes with five oven racks to make it even easier to cook multiple dishes at once.

This LG oven provides your basic features, along with an industry-standard one-year manufacturer warranty for parts and labor. It comes with a delayed bake setting as well as a warming option. These options both allow you to make sure the food is ready at a convenient time, because the delayed bake lets you set the oven to cook later at a time you choose, and the warm setting keeps your food from cooling off while you wait to serve it. The oven also automatically turns off if it is left on for an extended period. However, there is no rapid preheat option that would allow the ovens to warm up at a much faster rate, nor is there a built-in temperature probe to check the internal temperature of your food.

The LG LWD3010ST provides ample cooking space. It comes with convection cooking technology in both the upper and lower ovens, as well as a simple touch control panel for using the many features and settings. The oven is missing features such as rapid preheat and a temperature probe. However, for a large family and those who plan to cook regularly, this electric wall double oven can provide the cooking capabilities you need to get large meals on the table easily.