Brava’s latest flagship merchandise – which is referred to as the Brava – appears like an luxury unit. It is about the size of a typical old microwave oven and it sort of functions in a similar manner. Food goes in, with a short-period & later it emerges cooked.
In this instance, the heating system is not microwave radiation but a combination of infrared and visible lighting from 6 crystal light bulbs. This seemingly lets the Brava warm up to 500° F within a second, reducing total cook times and getting the device more power efficient than standard ovens.
In contrast to a microwave oven, the Bravia can seemingly sear the outside of the dinner while carefully cooking the inside. The system behind the process are also said to continually track the temperature and appropriately regulate the lamps instantly, to prevent over- or under-cooking. In case you would rather by hand check on it, you do not want to open the door – there is a 5-MP digital camera inside to help you watch a live stream by means of its 5-inch screen or through its smartphone app.
Together with the user-controlled functions, the Brava offers some pre-programmed recipes, to help you tell the unit that there is a whole chicken inside and it will cook it based on a built-in program. It appears like a classy device that is just shy of being over-engineered, in spite of how often the manufacturer describes it as a “dynamic culinary engine” that provides a “fully faultless cooking experience.”