Originally Posted by Hawg Father of Seoul
It is a combitherm.
Lots of good cooks have never seen one, but they have made a lot of mediocre cooks look awesome. It just happens that the one I am looking at is 480v. They come in 240v, but this particular one is a smoking (yes) deal.
Just make sure the cost of getting the proper electrical installed to run the unit still makes it a deal. Sure, saving thousands on a $15k+ piece of equipment is great, but if it's going to cost thousands to get it up and running and offset the savings, it could end up costing the same to buy a brand new 240v unit.
Of course, it all depends on how much of a deal it really is. But either way, talk with an electrician and/or your electric company first to see what they say before jumping in on a hot deal.