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Black & Decker TROS1500 SpaceMaker Traditional Toaster Oven, White

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  • Toaster oven with dial controls and bake, toast, and keep-warm functions
  • Spacious interior can accommodate up to 4 slices of bread or a 9-inch pizza
  • 30-minute timer; power indicator light; drop-down crumb tray for quick cleanup
  • Installs easily under a cabinet to save on space; cord storage; Save-a-Plug outlet
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 11.4 x 18.1 inches ; 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001EU1NCY
  • Item model number: TROS1500
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (225 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,293 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The return of a classic. The new Spacemaker Toaster oven responds to thousand of requests for this versatile favorite. Designed to satisfy the needs of the traditional Spacemaker user, it provides sturdiness, performance and more counter space. Intuitive, easy to use features and classic design, make this the perfect companion for the Spacemaker traditional consumer.

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Customer Reviews

How hard could it be to install?
W. Davis
The under cabinet mounting panel on this unit is a joke to install and let's hope the screws are long enough for the cabinet thickness.
Mshoe
Nothing but problems!!!I am so disgusted with the Black & Decker Spacemaker Toaster Oven.
judan7

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584 of 595 people found the following review helpful By Howard on July 25, 2009
Color Name: White
I purchased our toaster earlier this week before having read any reviews about it here. I reviewed many, many other toasters/ovens on Amazon, then went to Target with a couple in mind that were in stock. In general, I'm extremely disappointed in the quality of all toasters/toaster ovens out there right now. They felt like cheap aluminum boxes mass produced in China. Our Krups toaster oven has been with us for 10 or 15 years and was wonderful. In any case, while getting disgusted at what Target did have available, around the corner in the aisle with all the Black and Decker SpaceMaker items I found this toaster and with a good sale price.

I get it home, quickly come here and see horror story after horror story. I'm wondering if I should even open the box or just take it back to Target immediately. Well, luckily I ignored the reviews here. Our SpaceMaker can opener has been wonderful and I was going to give this toaster a shot.

Having been forewarned about all the problems and headaches others have had with installation, I read all the instructions, took my time, laid everything out, checked, double checked and even triple checked before drilling any holes. Everything installed fine - no problems whatsoever. I didn't need 4 hands, extra spacers, longer screws, and didn't have any issues which others bring up. The instructions are fairly clear, and for anything which wasn't, anyone with some spacial acumen can figure out how things need to fit together. The instruction booklet was also very clear that if you needed additional spacers, to simply call them and they'd send them free of charge.

So, the toaster was installed a few days ago and looks beautiful in the location of our old toaster oven, but we now find ourselves with more counter space - just wonderful.
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78 of 99 people found the following review helpful By David Ehrlich on December 21, 2008
Color Name: White
I had owned a B&D under the counter toaster oven for 15 years. The heating elements started to go, so it was time to get a new one. After a long hiatus without an under the counter toaster oven, B&D recently came out with the TROS1500. The first time I purchased it, I had to return it because one of the heating elements was broken. I returned it to the store at got another one. Everything looked good out of the box. However, the installation proved fruitless. Here are the problems:

1. As mentioned in a previous review, the instructions for cabinets with overhangs are worthless. The enclosed template has dashed lines depending on the thickness of the overhang. These marking are supposed to be labeled with the appropriate thickness. However, there are no labels on the dashed lines.

2. It is extremely difficult to use the spacers that are enclosed with the unit. They don't stay on screws. Combined with the lip on the hood itself, this makes it impossible to attach the screw to the hood (one can be done with assistance, but not the other one). I ended up using the spacers from the old hood that I had. These stay on the screws. It would be much easier if they had included spacers that would stay on the screws. It appears that they used the same spacers from the other Spacemaker appliances. I have the can opener which I was able to install without a problem. However, the toaster is fundamentally different because of the hood. It does not appear that the manufacturer has taken this into account.

3. The installations requires a cabinet with a minimum depth of 12". I calculate this based on the 4" clearance requirement that the manual states plus 8" between the front and back screw holes in the hood. This is excluding the thickness of any overhang/lip.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By P. Carvalho on April 27, 2009
Color Name: White
I've had it for a couple of months. The bottom knob broke off. The door doesn't close properly. It burns more than it cooks. Feels like junk, and that's what it is. Once a great product line, now sold down the road to China. Wake up Black and Decker.
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26 of 33 people found the following review helpful By frankfromnj VINE VOICE on December 18, 2008
Color Name: White
Let me start by saying that I haven't had the opportunity to cook something in this toaster oven yet. This is because the installation is a nightmare. I have owned SpaceMaker products in the past. In fact, this is replacing my previous SpaceMaker toaster oven because the door springs broke on it. I had installed the previous model in at least 3 different locations. I've also installed one for my mother in multiple locations and installed the SpaceMaker coffee maker and can opener multiple times.

Now, the toaster oven was always the biggest pain of all of the SpaceMaker items simply because it is hard to hold the spacers in place while you line up the screws. However, this new model is ridiculous. Let me just list the problems I have had.

1) On page 9 of the manual it tells you to measure the thickness of the overhang lip of your cabinet in step 2. Then in step 3 it says, "Once you have the overhang thickness, look at the dashed line on the mounting template; each line has a measurement next to it that indicates the height of thelip used with that line. For example, if your cabinet has an overhang thickness of 1/2", you will use the 1/2" dashed line on the template." Well, there are no such measurements on the template. They simply aren't there. The dashed lines are there but you need to break our your tape measure to figure out which line represents which measurement.

2) Then, the dashed lines only account for a possible 1/2" lip. My cabinet has a 3/4" lip. So I had to measure, draw my own lines, and then fold the paper.

3) The instructions are completely unclear as to wear you are supposed to place the template before you tape it. I literally put the instructions aside and just figured it out myself based on the size of my cabinets lip.
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