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Electric ovens reign in this list of best ovens in Malaysia 2022. Which is hardly surprising considering that they are compact yet typically capable of many heating methods!

Whilst providing an even temperature through the entire oven so that your food is equally “browned” and crispy (i.e. except cakes of course) at the surface.

Don’t just take our word for it! Have a look our list below. You might find that a “steam oven” is what you end up preferring.

Table Of Contents:

Types Of Oven

Other than the types listed below:

There are single and double ovens. Double ovens are essentially single ovens stacked and sold together as one.

They are not too popular in Malaysia so we’ll just stick with single ovens:

1. Electric Ovens

By far, the most common type of oven available in Malaysia.

They can be:

  • Fan-operated (Convection) – takes shorter time to pre-heat; suitable for multiple trays at a time
  • Conventional – top of the oven is usually hotter; ideal for making your food crispy!
  • Multifunction – Has both a fan and electric elements

The main benefit of electric ovens is their even heat distribution at an accurate temperature.

Electric oven vs microwave oven – is there a difference?

Conventional vs Convection – What is the difference? Conventional ovens heat from the bottom. While convection ovens add a fan to drive and circulate warm air from the back of the oven. For more even heat distribution!

2. Gas Ovens

Gas ovens are losing traction in the market because even though gas can be cheaper than electric ovens:

They can be more expensive than electric ovens and not as easy to clean!

Hpwever, gas ovens do cook faster and will not be affected if you have a power cut! They can also be cheaper in the long run than electric ovens.

Which is one of the advantages that gas stoves have over electric stoves too! You can find them in Malaysia and there are conventional gas ovens and imported gas ovens.

3. Steam Oven

Something like a pressure cooker:

Steam ovens have a water container and work by heating up the water in a boiler to create steam to cook your food! Your food will not be dry and you don’t have to use as much oil!

Note: Very expensive.

4. Traditional Oven

Think stone or brick ovens. The kind that restaurants sometimes use to make wood-fire pizza!

There’s more information on how to choose an oven further down this post!

11 Best Ovens In Malaysia 2022

The majority of ovens in this list are electrical and small enough to set up on your counter!

  • Best Budget Baking Oven – Butterfly BEO-5229 28L Electric Baking Oven With Grill Rotisserie Convection
  • Best Gas Oven – ZANUSSI ZCG940W 62L 4 Gas Burner With Gas Oven Cooker
  • Best Retro Appeal Baking Oven – Khind 28L Electric Oven OT2800
  • Best Large Capacity Countertop Electric Oven The Baker ESM-60LV2 Electric Oven
  • Best High Quality Baking Oven – Panasonic NB-H3801KSK 38L Electric Convection Oven
  • Best Baking Oven For Light Use – Khind 28L Electric Oven OT2800
  • Best Baking Oven For Larger Households – Kitmens KM-KO65 or Cornell CEO-SE50L Electric Oven

1. Kitmens KM-KO65 Smart Digital Oven 65L

Note: We were sent a unit to try but these are our own genuine opinions on the oven

Because of its PID-controller and fiberglass insulation, the Kitmens KM-KO65 Smart Digital Oven 65L can maintain its temperature accurately to within 5°C of the set temperature!

Brownies In The Kitmens KM-KO65 Smart Digital Oven 65L
Brownies In The Kitmens KM-KO65 Smart Digital Oven 65L

And while it’s pricier than the Baker ESM-60L Electric Oven, you have more control over the heating elements with the Kitmens KM-KO65 Smart Digital Oven 65L!

You can adjust temperature for each heating element (I.e. the top and bottom).

There is a preset menu with options for dehydrating/ fermenting, toasting, and defrosting as well. Besides separate modes for chicken and pizza.

Note that the maximum temperature this oven can reach is 230 °C. While the maximum time you can set it for is 12 hours (you read that right). The Kitmens KM-KO65 Smart Digital Oven 65L remembers your last setting too.

Oven Interior (Kitmens KM-KO65 Smart Digital Oven 65L)
Oven Interior (Kitmens KM-KO65 Smart Digital Oven 65L)

Don’t be fooled by the adorable pink shade and retro exterior, this is not a small oven!

Roasting Vegetables In The Kitmens KM-KO65 Smart Digital Oven 65L
Roasting Vegetables In The Kitmens KM-KO65 Smart Digital Oven 65L

And hence, it is best for those who need to bake a large quantity of food regularly (I.e. for a home baking business or avid baker).

  • Type: Conventional Electric Oven
  • Size: 65 L
  • Dimensions: 640 x 460 x 400 mm
  • Weight: 14kg
  • Power: 2,200 W
  • Warranty: 1 year (With free pick up service within WM)
  • Price: ~RM650

Pros:

  • Both top and bottom heating elements can be adjusted separately
  • Beautiful color options
  • Huge capacity (can fit a full chicken or 12 inch pizza)
  • Double-insulated glass door (4mm thick)
  • Browning of food is heating (good heat distribution)
  • Cable is long enough (1.5m)
  • Removable crumb tray
  • Well insulated – don’t feel the heat from the outside
  • With useful accessories (tray handle, wire rack, baking tray, rotisserie rod)
  • Build quality is good
  • Large and easy-to-read control panel
  • Easy operation
  • Clear manual (English)

Cons:

  • Space consuming
  • Heavy and bulky for a lady/ elder to lift on their own

See our full review of the Kitmens Smart Digital Oven

2. Butterfly BEO-5229 28L Electric Baking Oven With Grill Rotisserie Convection

Weighing 7kg, this small electric convection oven by local brand, Butterfly:

Has a skewer for roasting meat (e.g., chicken wings, fish). As well as a pair each of 10” trays and racks for baking cakes and cookies!

manual comes with the oven so you don’t have to crack your head over how to use it! Although it is quite straightforward to use!

And thus suited, to those who bake on occasion and in small quantities only.

You can place it on your kitchen counter top. Just be mindful of what your countertop is made of! Some synthetic counter tops can stain under high heat. This oven can go up to 250°C.

It’s a solid little oven but is prone to some minor cosmetic dents and nicks. If you have kids, you may not like that the door is easily opened. There’s no interior light either.

Note: Models with interior lights include the Butterfly BEO-5275 and BEO-C1000.

The Butterfly BEO-5229 28L is the smaller version of the 46L oven, Butterfly BEO-5246 (which also doesn’t have an interior light).

Butterfly BEO-5229 28L Electric Baking Oven
  • Type: Convection Electric Oven
  • Size: 28 L
  • Dimensions: 498 (W) x 365 (D) x 328 (H) mm
  • Weight: 7kg
  • Power: 1,500 W
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM259

Pros:

  • 60 minute timer
  • Max temperature is higher than average
  • Affordable
  • With 1 year warranty
  • 2 baking trays and 2 racks (value for money)

Cons:

  • Some minor imperfections (e.g., small dents in places)

3. Firenzzi TO-3035 35L Electric Oven

Unlike the cheaper and smaller Butterfly BEO-5229 28L:

The Firenzzi TO-3035 35L Electric Oven has an interior light. As well as a fan and the following accessories – tray handle, bake tray, crumb tray, bake rack and rotisserie handle/ fork.

What’s cool about this oven is the dual-thermostat setting! So you can set different temperatures for the top and bottom heating element!

The 35L capacity is suitable for a small household. And the build quality is not bad. It weighs around 10kg.

Closer look at the oven:

As the baking duration, the maximum limit for the timer is 60 minutes. The maximum temperature that this oven goes up to however, is 230°C. Which is less than the Butterfly BEO-5229 28L.

So, if you will be doing a lot of roasting following recipes that require at least 240°C, the Firenzzi TO-3035 35L Electric Oven might not be so ideal!

Firenzzi TO-3035 35L Electric Oven
  • Type: Electric Oven
  • Size: 35 L
  • Dimensions: 490 (W) x 450 (D) x 278 (H) mm
  • Weight: n/a
  • Power: 1,500 W
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM499

Pros:

  • Ample cooking capacity for most small families
  • Decent build quality
  • With 1 year warranty
  • Elegant modern design
  • With interior lighting
  • Many accessories given

Cons:

  • Quite pricey
  • Max temperature is limited to 230°C

4. KHIND OT52R 52L Electric Oven

KHIND’s 52L OT52R electric oven offers manual control with the ability to select whether you want just the top or bottom heating element on! Or both!

It has a dedicated rotisserie function and 120-minute timer (which is unusually long for a small countertop oven) as well! And together with it, you’ll get a rack, tray, handle and a rotisserie handle!

The large glass window makes it easy to monitor the cooking process. And despite how it looks in the pictures, this is a lot bigger than the Firenzzi TO-3035 35L Electric Oven!

So do measure your counter top before getting this oven!

Its baking performance is good – even and hot enough to bake cookies or roast meat. But, if you place the tray at the lowest tier available, it may still not be enough to fit an entire chicken in!

For the price, this is a durable oven (lasting for more than a year according to reviews we read). And one of the cheapest for its cooking capacity! Medium households should take note!

A pity that the top left corner seems to be its weak spot when it comes to cosmetic dents!

KHIND OT52R 52L Electric Oven
  • Type: Convection Electric Oven
  • Size: 52 L
  • Dimensions (box): 613 x 475 x 460mm
  • Weight: 12.6kg
  • Power: 2,000 W
  • Warranty: 2 years
  • Price: ~RM339

Pros:

  • Value for money (capacity vs price vs warranty period)
  • Very long timer duration
  • Can select which element to use (top or bottom or both)
  • Good quality
  • Long warranty

Cons:

  • Space consuming
  • Still can’t fit a large chicken in
  • Top is prone to dents

5. The Baker Electric Oven (60 L) ESM-60LV2

More compact but with the same cooking capacity (60L) and power rating (2,000W) of the previous Baker ESM-60L Electric Oven:

The Baker Electric Oven, ESM-60LV2 has the same outward appearance as its predecessor, The Baker ESM-60L Electric Oven. The right-hand side of the oven has 4 analog dials in a row.

The Baker Electric Oven 60L ESM-60LV2

But on closer inspection, the dials now have different purposes (although the 120-minute timer is still present):

Because while the older Baker ESM-60L Electric Oven had 2 function dials, the newer Baker Electric Oven, ESM-60LV2 consolidates them into one dial. Leaving one dial free.

With the extra dial, the Baker Electric Oven, ESM-60LV2 is capable of individual temperature control for both top and bottom heating elements (up to 250°C each).

However, some have found that there is a difference of 40°C for the bottom heating element.

Overall, the Baker Electric Oven, ESM-60LV2 is a breeze to use, has even heat distribution, and it heats up quickly. Just double check that you have the space for it as this is still a large oven!

You can use it to grill meat, bake pizza, cakes or bread in larger quantities!

  • Type: Conventional Electric Oven
  • Size: 60 L
  • Dimensions: 620 x 430 x 365 mm (W x L x H)
  • Weight: –
  • Power: 2,000 W
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM369

Pros:

  • Huge cooking capacity (fits up to 5 trays of cookies)
  • Cheap for the capacity
  • Max temperature is 250°C
  • Can set the temperature for top and bottom heating elements independently
  • Less confusing function dials (one instead of two)
  • Long timer duration (up to 120 minutes)
  • Easy to operate
  • Can be used as a conventional oven (fan can be switched off)
  • Comes with 1 tray, 1 rotisserie spit and handle, a wire rack, crumb tray and handle

Cons:

  • No separate switch for the light (always on when the oven is on)
  • Takes up a lot of counter space
  • No indicator light to show which heating element is on

6. Cornell CEO-SE50L Electric Oven (50L)

Unless you really want a big oven, the Cornell CEO-SE50L Electric Oven is a tad too large for small households and light users!

There’s a 40L version as well – dimensions are the same as the 50L.

The product quality is acceptable for the price. And it does come with a lot of accessories2 trays, a grill tray, 1 crumb tray, and a tray handle.

There is an interior light as well. However, it’s not uncommon to find minor scratches on the trays or on the exterior of the oven.

Aside from those, the oven is practical with a temperature control that goes up to 250°C, 60-minute timer, and a rotisserie function.

And the option to switch the convection fan off, or switch between top and bottom stainless steel heating elements.

Its simple outlook means this baking oven will blend in with most kitchen interiors. If you like to bake or roast in large quantities, you will like the Cornell CEO-SE50L Electric Oven!

Cornell CEO-SE50L Electric Oven - 50L
  • Type: Convection Electric Oven
  • Size: 50 L
  • Dimensions: 628 mm (W), 445 mm (D), 424 mm (H)
  • Weight: 12kg
  • Power: 1,800 W
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM319

Pros:

  • Reasonable quality vs price point
  • High maximum temperature limit (temperature range of 100ºC to 250ºC)
  • With rotisserie function and interior light
  • Large capacity

Cons:

  • Some cosmetic imperfections

7. Khind 28L Electric Oven OT2800

Go retro with the Khind 28L Electric Oven OT2800! Especially in the unique beige shade!

And don’t let its compact build fool you, this oven evenly bakes biscuits, tarts, muffins, etc. Use it to grill meat (e.g. half of a chicken, or a small whole chicken) too! A 8” cake pan or 2 rectangular cake pans can fit in it!

Note: The timer can be set to a maximum of 60 minutes.

Because of how small it is, it will fit a small kitchen and family. Check that you place it near a plug as the power cable is quite short.

This is a quiet oven and simple enough for beginners.  Even if there is no manual given. The build quality is alright. Many adore the little details like heart-shaped ventilation holes.

But the buttons may have minor scratches or nicks.

Aside from that, the 2-year warranty and good baking performance make the Khind 28L Electric Oven OT2800 a superb deal for small households! Or those who bake once in a while!

Khind 28L Electric Oven OT2800
  • Type: Convection Electric Oven
  • Size: 28 L
  • Dimensions: 392 mm (W), 388 mm (D), 370 mm (H)
  • Weight: 7.5kg
  • Power: 1,400 – 1,600 W
  • Warranty: 2 years
  • Price: ~RM199

Pros:

  • Beautiful vintage inspired design (in 2 color variations)
  • Space saving
  • Long warranty for the price
  • Roomy interior
  • With 2 baking trays, 1 rack and 1 handle

Cons:

  • No manual
  • Short power cable

8. Panasonic NB-H3801KSK 38L Electric Convection Oven

A 20cm (~8 inch) wide pizza or cake pan can fit into the almost silent Panasonic NB-H3801KSK 38L Electric Convection Oven. Or you can roast 2 small whole chickens in too!

Stable cooking temperatures and your safety are assured with the dual-layer insulated glass door! A feature that many cheaper countertop ovens overlook!

The Panasonic NB-H3801KSK 38L Electric Convection Oven is well built and sturdy too. And won’t heat up your kitchen!

However, the highest temperature is only 230°C. But there are 6 different pre-set functions available.

Those who value quality and safety, and have trust in Panasonic goods, can go for the Panasonic NB-H3801KSK 38L Electric Convection Oven! For others, it may be a bit pricey.

Panasonic NB-H3801KSK 38L Electric Convection Oven
  • Type: Convection Electric Oven
  • Size: 38 L
  • Dimensions: 533 mm (W), 392 mm (D), 364 mm (H)
  • Weight: 10.1kg
  • Power: 1,500 W
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM635

Pros:

  • Great build quality
  • Double-glass insulated door
  • Very quiet
  • Sufficient cooking capacity for a small household

Cons:

  • Expensive
  • 230°C is the max temperature
  • Short warranty for the price

9. Kelen Munoz KMOV60R Electric Oven with Rotisserie Function and Non-Stick Chamber (60L)

Stunning in an attractive reflective red finish complete with gold detailing:

The spacious Kelen Munoz KMOV60R Electric Oven with Rotisserie Function and Non-Stick Chamber bakes well enough, with even heat distribution. And you can even cook chicken in it!

Kelen Munoz KMOV60R Electric Oven with Rotisserie Function and Non-Stick Chamber - 60L

Cleaning is easy with the non-stick material of the trays!

There are some flaws in the finishing and the glass door is thin. And you can’t really see what is going on inside as the interior light is dim. The black walls don’t help!

Markings on the buttons are difficult to see too.

But for the price point, the Kelen Munoz KMOV60R Electric Oven is great value for money if you want a big oven for baking multiple batches of cookies.

However, note that with this oven, you only get 1 baking tray.

Note: The wire is quite short.

Kelen Munoz KMOV60R Electric Oven - 60L
  • Type: Convection Electric Oven
  • Size: 60 L
  • Dimensions: 480 mm (W), 640 mm (D), 470 mm (H)
  • Weight: –
  • Power: 1,900 W
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM338

Pros:

  • Lightweight
  • Striking design
  • Able to adjust temperature for top and bottom elements
  • Simple to use and clean
  • Value for its size

Cons:

  • Manual is not clear
  • Plastic build, knobs feel cheap, thin glass door
  • Dark interior despite interior light
  • Door needs more force to close it

10. Pensonic 23L Electric Oven PEO-2305

Just right for a small household (2 to 4 pax):

The Pensonic 23L Electric Oven PEO-2305 is well within a RM200 budget. There are different settings available for both the top and lower heater. So you can grill, toast or bake your food!

With it, you can bake 10” cakes, pizza, biscuits and even lasagna. But you can’t fit a whole chicken in. Also, there’s no interior light with this oven!

You do get what you pay for with regards to the build quality. There may be some minor indentations in the exterior. In addition, this oven is not very good at keeping heat in!

If you are on a very tight budget and don’t need a big oven, the Pensonic 23L Electric Oven PEO-2305 is still worth considering.

Note: 60-minute timer; Use the Pensonic app to register for the warranty.

Pensonic 23L Electric Oven PEO-2305
  • Type: Convection Electric Oven
  • Size: 23 L
  • Dimensions: 525 mm (W), 387 mm (D), 374 mm (H)
  • Weight: 6.5kg
  • Power: 1,500 W
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM150

Pros:

  • Cheap with more than the basic functions
  • Appealing exterior
  • Small capacity suits smaller households
  • Long warranty for the price

Cons:

  • Not that good at retaining heat
  • No interior light

11. ZANUSSI ZCG940W 62L 4 Gas Burner With Gas Oven Cooker

In case you want to try a gas oven or are just used to having one:

Zanussi (under Electrolux) has a range cooker with 4 gas burners on top. Of different flame intensity (2.5kW, 2.5kW, 1.5kW, 4kW). And a multifunctional (excluding rotisserie) gas oven on the bottom!

This model has another variation with 3 gas burners instead of 4. The model number is ZCG930W. For both models, batteries are needed for the starters for the burners.

Another variation is the slightly pricier Zanussi ZCG-942W has 4 gas burners, and an electric oven. While the ZCG940W fully relies on gas for the top burners and bottom (i.e. gas oven)!

From what we can gauge from reviews, these range cookers are durable and will last beyond their warranty period.

And you can remove the glass cover if you want.

The manual is not very helpful (i.e. not detailed enough), so you may want to get professional help to set it up for you!

ZANUSSI ZCG940W 62L 4 Gas Burner With Gas Oven Cooker
  • Type: Gas Oven
  • Size: 62 L
  • Dimensions: 900 (W) x 550 (D) x 860 (H) mm
  • Weight: n/a
  • Accessories: n/a
  • Power: n/a
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM1,800-1,900

Pros:

  • Stove and oven in one
  • Doesn’t rely on electricity
  • Reasonably priced
  • Huge cooking capacity

Cons:

  • Short warranty for the price

How To Choose An Oven

1. How And What Do You Usually Cook?

  • Meat roasts – For nice and juicy meat roasts, go with a gas oven to retain the moisture.
  • Cookies and cakes – Electric ovens will bake evenly.
  • Healthy food – Steam ovens will keep all the nutrients in your food while using less oil.
  • Bread and pizza – Traditional ovens for a perfect crust and some smoked flavor

However, if you lean more towards frozen food and fried food, a healthier alternative to deep-frying is to use one of the best air fryers in Malaysia!

And if you plan to bake everyday, then you might want to think about investing in something like a bread maker to do the kneading and baking.

Also, while YouTube videos can work, going for a couple of baking classes will give you a solid foundation on which to hone your baking skills!

2. Budget

These days, you don’t have to look at the larger, more expensive built-in ovens (~RM2,000+):

An oven around 30L to 80L is usually enough to roast some chicken or bake a single cake and furthermore, the price of such ovens in Malaysia is affordable at around ~RM300 too!

3. Size

Take measurements of the area you plan to put your oven in! Don’t forget the depth and to check where the nearest power point is!

When choosing a built-in oven, you need to look at 2 sets of measurements for the respective oven model – Interior (Or cavity) and exterior!

Don’t have enough space? Try one of the best microwave ovens in Malaysia. Some models work as convection ovens too!

4. Easy To Clean Oven Function

Like some of the best dishwasher models in Malaysia:

Newer models have a self-cleaning feature so you don’t have to do the scrubbing!

Conclusion

Whichever one of these best ovens in Malaysia you choose should suit your lifestyle and household space!  The meals you prepare should influence your decision too.

If you bake and grill a lot, it is worthwhile to invest in a full-sized oven that has multiple functions.

However, if you mostly get your baked goods from top-tier bakeries, you can go for the more affordable counter-top electric ovens!

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Janice

Janice is the editor for BestBuyGet.com. Wanted to be an author as a kid, got a D in English (First Language), but somehow now a content writer with an engineering background. Bakes, does yoga, plays the piano, reads, and most other introverted indoor hobbies. Also an active volunteer at Zero Waste Malaysia.