Black & Decker CTO7100B Toast-R-Oven Digital Rotisserie Convection Oven
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- 1500-watt 6-slice countertop convection oven toasts, bakes, broils, and rotisserie cooks
- Push-button control panel with digital display; 1-touch operation for popular foods and functions
- Adjustable time and temperature; convection fan for even heating; fits a 12-inch pizza
- See-through glass door; slide-out crumb tray; baking pan and rotisserie spit/forks included
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Rotisserie: It takes a few tries to get a feel for the timing, but once you do, you get really outstanding roasts and restaurant-quality rotisserie chicken. The rotisserie keeps juices circulating inside, so the meat doesn't dry out like when you bake it the standard way. Some have noted that it isn't really big enough for chicken, and it can be a squeeze. But if you tie the legs with cooking twine (which you should do anyway, to prevent burning), you can cook a 4-1/2 to 5 pound bird, and anything smaller is easy (the manual suggests 3-1/2 as a limit, but you can push that a bit). Pork and beef roasts are ridiculously easy -- just stab it through with the skewer and put it in -- and absolutely delicious. I'm surprised at those who say the rotisserie isn't worth it, because to me, it's the best thing about this device. Well worth the upgrade over a non-rotisserie convection oven.
Convection oven: If you're not interested in the rotisserie, you can get a good non-rotisserie convection oven for $30-$40 less. That's still $30-$40 more than a standard toaster oven, but it's worth it. A standard toaster oven isn't really for baking. It's good for reheating or melting cheese on something, but that's about it.Read more ›
Here are the observations:
 Good device for all intents and purposes.
 Needs improved control of the toast function. Set to 3, the toast is too light. Set to 4 it burns the edges. Instead of 7 settings. Make it 20 settings. You can afford to pay your programmers that much. It would only be a few lines of code and a more flexible circuit. I'd rather have the flexibility than years of improperly done toast.
 The rot is has issues with whole chickens of 3 pounds and up. They need to be trussed up in a corset of string to avoid contacting the drip pan
 The beep on the machine sounds too much like the smoke detector. I can live better without thinking there's a fire in the kitchen. Change the sound to something else.
The digital timer starts counting down automatically after it finishes pre-heating.
The toaster is nearly silent even when the convection fan is on.
The thermal readout is in 5 degree increments.
The size is more compact than the model it replaces, but the internal space is just as roomy.
The cooking tray does not extrude at the back where the pizza bump is, so you may need to use a pizza pan.
The heating elements are coiled within the larger diameter element surface (an improvement compared to conventional elements) so they shouldn't warp and bend when liquids drip onto the elements.
Overall it is a welcome improvement over the $20 cheaper GE model this replaces.
...Several months later...
The oven is still going strong.
I have found that it cleans easily.
One of these days I might be tempted to place a small bead of silicon caulk or RTV under the top of the glass door.
When cooking for periods longer than an hour, a considerable bit of heat seems to escape.
...In response to the squeak in the video review by "ColoradoHermit"...
Flip the rotisserie switch to the off position when you are not using the rotisserie.
That will stop the 'mysterious' squeak you are hearing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As of today, 12/10/15, the toaster continues to operate as expected. The frozen pizzas fit. Large, 6 muffin baking pans fit. Small cookie sheets fit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Arthur Clarke
Absolutely wonderful kitchen appliance. I highly recommend it. It's multi-purpose, and looks great as well. Just be sure to read instructions for maximum utility of all functions.Published 5 months ago by Don Baker
Great purchase. Oven can fit lots, like a spiral sliced ham or 4 small cheesecakes. Only small negative is that it takes a bit long for toast.Published 6 months ago by Matt F.
I bought this as a gift for my niece. It seems to be working well for her.Published 8 months ago by Scotlass
Rotisserie part doesn't work like I thought it was, but everything else works wonderfully.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like this product, however, one must be aware food splatter on the elements is a genuine concern, especially when broiling.Published 12 months ago by Gotta_Go_Do!
This is a very handy little oven. Will use it quite a bit and have owned it for about six months or longer. Read morePublished 12 months ago by SUSANE