How many inches is the door opening space left to right? Item # 14772776
KitchenAid RKCO222CS Cocoa Silver 10-inch Countertop Oven (Refurbished)
Cook like a professional with this ten-inch countertop oven from KitchenAid. A brushed finish, stainless steel racks and broil pan with grill finish this set.
ITEM#: 14772776Cook like a professional with this ten-inch countertop oven from KitchenAid. A brushed finish, stainless steel racks and broil pan with grill finish this set.
- Brand: KitchenAid
- Included items: Stainless steel broil pan with grill, stainless steel crumb tray, two (2) stainless steel rack
- Type: Countertop oven
- Finish: Brushed
- Color options: Cocoa silver
- Style: Modern
- Settings: Bake, broil and toast
- Capacity: 10 inches
- Model: RKCO222CS
- Dimensions: 11 inches long x 19 inches wide x 14 inches high
- Bake and broil at temperatures up to 450 degrees Farenhiet
- 60-minute timer
This high-quality item has been factory refurbished. Please click on the icon above for more information on quality factory-reconditioned merchandise.
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The conventional oven saves money in such a way that you do not have to fire up a whole oven if heating food such as pizza and the likes. The size is so compact that it fits in my kitchen countertop just like a microwave. Just so handy...Read More
This unit is so dangerous I got serious burns to my hands. The outside of this unit was so HOT I am surprised it did not catch the house on fire. If this is a refurbished product I do not believe it was tested before it was put back into the market place. The worst product I have purchased and I am 62 years old!!!!!Read More
I am able to cook meats both broil and bake for easy quick meals.Read More
I bought this for my daughtyer for Christmas. She tells me it makes a very poor toaster, but is a fine toaster oven.Read More
The 'wings' on the sides are a nice safety feature, ensuring the unit stands away from the wall and other objects. Interesting to play with the various positions of the racks though I'm still doubtful about some of the configurations providing sufficient space between the top of the oven and between the racks. I guess there are three downsides: 1) it isn't a convection oven and so may not cook as quickly, 2) the toaster control seems unnecessary (sets the toasting degree - light to dark), and 3) the control settings are not easy to read - black on steel that is slightly reflective.Read More
This machine had some mediocre reviews. We purchased it for the oven rather than the toaster and find it works very well. Absolutely no complaints. It is a large, heavy machine but we expected it.Read More
The oven arrived sooner than I expected, and was neatly packed. All the instructions as well as the explanation of the product were included. I feel like I'm in kitchen stadiun on Iron Chef America when I look and see it on the counterRead More
If you want an oven for smaller items this is GREAT- NOT GREAT FOR TOASTING THOUGH!Read More
Ive only used it a few times but so far I love this toaster oven. It is a little bigger than most but I like the industrial look of it. I've bought KitchenAid products in the past and have not liked them so I was wary. But I don't like to use my oven when it gets hot and so far this has worked fine. It heats up and cooks quickly without heating the entire kitchen.Read More
Questions & Answers
I won't buy the product unless the door is at least 15 inches wide ,so someone needs to measure it.
What is the Wattage? How many heating elements each(Top and Bottom)?
Performs like a full-size oven with interior cooking elements identical to a KitchenAid conventional oven that deliver consistent heating temperatures up to 450 degrees. ... 1,400 watts. .6 cu. ft. capacity. Broiler pans
Does this toaster oven cut off when door opens while cooking? Does the top shelf protrude out when you open the door to allow you to get hot things out easier? Does the outside of this unit get hot?
Unfortunately we don't have these information: Cook like a professional with this ten-inch countertop oven from KitchenAid. A brushed finish, stainless steel racks and broil pan with grill finish this set. Brand: KitchenAid Included items: Stainless steel broil pan with grill, stainless steel crumb tray, two (2) stainless steel rack Type: Countertop oven Finish: Brushed Color options: Cocoa silver Style: Modern Settings: Bake, broil and toast Capacity: 10 inches Model: RKCO222CS Dimensions: 11 inches long x 19 inches wide x 14 inches high Bake and broil at temperatures up to 450 degrees Farenhiet 60-minute timer
Can I expect this product's exterior and interior surfaces to be "like new" or will their be impercfections?
There might be slight imperfections. However I have bought alot of refurbished items and they were all like new.
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