Best Buy Sells Viking oven for $6.99
If you have been keeping up with the news lately, you may have noticed a resurgence in interest in traditional ovens.
In June, a video of a man who claimed to be a Viking oven maker posted to YouTube garnered over 200,000 views and generated an interest in the technology that led to a number of manufacturers offering their own versions of the traditional oven.
Today, we can report that the Viking oven is no longer available for purchase from Best Buy.
In the past few weeks, a number (including a brand-new one) of companies have been offering their versions of traditional oven, including the one mentioned above.
As of this writing, the latest one that has been released is the Viking-made Viking-powered Classic, which can easily run up to a thousand degrees Fahrenheit and comes in a variety of sizes and shapes.
It comes in two models: a full-size oven, which has a 5,000-square-foot capacity, and a smaller, 900-square foot model, which is smaller but only has a 600-square square-foot oven.
The price is $6,499.99.
The biggest news, though, is that Best Buy has removed Viking from its online store, where it was available for just $1.99 per oven.
If you had an old model of the oven lying around, you probably won’t be able to find it anymore.
The Viking oven has been out of stock for nearly two weeks.
The best part is that this is actually the third time Best Buy removed the Viking model from its website.
The company originally released the Viking with a “limited edition” that featured an actual Viking oven and included an instruction manual, a certificate of authenticity, and two limited-edition Viking-branded jars.
But that was quickly pulled and a new model was released.
The new model is now listed for $9.99, with the original $2.99 price tag.
This may not be a huge deal, but it is definitely a step down from the $10.99 Viking model that was released back in March.