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Oster 6-slice Stainless Steel Convection Toaster and Broiler Oven
This Oster convection countertop oven offers cooking convenience for faster, more evenly cooked food. The unit's generously sized interior offers enough space to accommodate a whole chicken, casseroles, and large frozen pizza.
ITEM#: 13387890This Oster convection countertop oven offers cooking convenience for faster, more evenly cooked food. The unit's generously sized interior offers enough space to accommodate a whole chicken, casseroles, and large frozen pizza.
- 6-slice toaster oven with convection technology for faster, more even cooking
- Large interior capacity allows you to cook, whole chicken, casseroles, and large frozen pizza
- 60-minute timer with signal, automatically turns oven off li>
- Five cooking functions include: bake/convection, broil, toast, pizza, and warm
- Two manual control dials make it simple to adjust the temperature and set the 60-minute timer, which shuts off automatically and offers a 'ready' bell signal
- Timer can also be turned to the stay-on position for continuous cooking
- See-through door that allows for checking on food at a glance
- Includes baking pan and broiling rack for cooking ease
- Two rack positions
- Easy clean interior
- Removable crumb tray cut down on mess
- 1300 watts
- Brushed stainless steel finish li>
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Materials||Stainless Steel, Electronic|
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I use this item more than I use my regular stove. It also doesn't heat up my kitchen so my air conditioning bill is lower.Read More
This item had to be disposed of, because it had been wreaked during shipping! However it looked like it would have been a nice one. Overstock handled the problem very well!Read More
This oven is convenient to use. It allows for convection baking (which is speedier than conventional baking) and regular pizza baking. In fact, I like this oven so much that I ordered one for my daughter.Read More
I was looking for a toaster/convection oven that wasn't too big to fit my space but one with enough interior space. This one fits the bill.Read More
This is a sleek good looking product that performs beyond my expectations. It's easy to use and easy to clean. It has a wide range of features and is very versatile.Read More
It's first and foremost a beautiful toaster oven. Good design, handsome color,it accommodates larger real life bakeware, its temperature appears to be accurate and consistent. It arrived Thursday, was put in place by Friday, it baked a cornbread for Friday's dinner. On Saturday it made three home made pizzas in rapid succession. If you can handle a slightly larger toaster oven so you can ignore the *real* oven inconveniently placed below your waist level in the stove, then this is the answer. I am tall and enjoy countertop ovens, one day maybe I will discard that traditional range and go for the big expensive guy with better ergonomics, in the meantime this one is pleasing to the eye and works as intended.Read More
Although I thought this oven was very lightweight and somewhat "cheap" feeling when I first took it out of the box, I am very satisfied with it's performance and features. I have been using it regularly for about a month now. Mostly toast, heating up or cooking frozen foods etc. Makes great toast and does it in a reasonable amount of time (poor toast making/taking too long was a recurring complaint I read on the reviews of many OTHER toaster ovens I looked at prior to purchasing this one). Light/dark adjustment takes a little getting used to but is not the fault of the oven. Heats up quick and cooks well, has 2 rack adjustments. Convection bake fan and timer "ticking" are both reasonably quiet (this was another complaint I saw on several OTHER BRAND toaster ovens). Doesn't heat up the counter top it sits on and although the top, sides and front of the oven get hot while it is operating, I just make sure that I pull it forward a bit and keep a couple inches clear on all sides and top and I have not had any problems at all. I haven't tried to put 6 slices of bread in, have only done 4, so don't know if 6 fit or not, but plenty of room for 4. Have cooked standard frozen pizza's in it and they fit fine. Included baking pan and racks are decent quality and clean up easily. Crumb tray is easy to remove and clean. Haven't checked oven temp for accuracy, but have had good results with foods I've cooked with it, so assume they are fairly accurate. Convection bake seems to cook a little faster, but that seems to make sense. If I want to just bake without the convection/fan, I just use the toast or pizza setting and it has worked fine. Knobs are well marked and relatively easy to read even for people like me who have vision problems.Read More
This is perfect for my small apartment kitchen. My stove is old and makes the kitchen so hot and uncomfortable. This is small, compact and cooks everything! Is quick w/the convection setting and I've cooked everything from brownies to pork chops in this thing! Hardly touch my oven anymore. A great buy!Read More
Purchased for my daughter. She finds it complicated to use. I think is is just fine.Read More
I use the oven often. It seems to be a little hotter in the rear but I turn the dish half way through the bake time and turns out ok. I would buy it again and reccomend it to others.Read More
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Hello crouchlibrarian, thank you for your question. The dimensions listed are 18 D x 14 W x 10.5 H inches. We hope this information is helpful to you. Thank you for shopping with us! Vicki H.
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