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  • 1000-watt countertop convection microwave oven and grill
  • 1.2 cubic-foot interior; 12-inch rotating glass tray for even heating
  • Touchpad control panel; 9 preset options, plus grill function; multi-stage cooking
  • Defrost by weight or time; reversible grill rack; instructions/recipes included
  • 3-year limited warranty
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Color Brushed Stainless Stainless Stainless Steel Brushed Chrome
Dimensions 12.2 inches x 21.2 inches x 19 inches 15.25 inches x 20.69 inches x 12.19 inches 14.75 inches x 20 inches x 22.3 inches 12.8 inches x 17.5 inches x 20.5 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 21.2 x 19 x 12.2 inches ; 38 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 50.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001C2J0FG
  • Item model number: CMW-200
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (184 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,626 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Cuisinart presents a countertop oven that's the ultimate combination of size, style and smarts. The big, 1.2 cubic foot Microwave Convection Oven and Grill looks like it belongs in a high-end commercial kitchen. Brushed stainless steel and black frame a sleek control panel that offers single and combinations settings for an unlimited number of cooking options. A multi-stage cooking feature that automatically shifts form one function to another makes perfect results easier than ever. This is a new generation of microwave - and It's from Cuisinart, of course!

Customer Reviews

Goodbye Cuisinart, never again will I buy any of your products.
Freudian Slip
I was able to not only able use it for the microwave, but also bake without heating up the large conventional oven, or grill.
Donna Grieser
It's truly a great microwave with convection oven and grilling functions.
H. Royal

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

454 of 455 people found the following review helpful By M. Fargo on May 1, 2009
I live in a small downtown unit in San Francisco, so anything that takes up space has to earn it's living. This unit is now the only "oven" I use, and it's wonderful. I see many complain about how long it takes to "heat up," but that's a misunderstanding of using convection heat. Just put whatever you want to cook in the oven--cakes, breads, lasagna, etc.--and it will cook as the oven heats. Because of the convection, there are no "hot spots" and nothing will burn. The only adjustment is the cooking time, but that can be gauged with a little practice. Easy to clean, makes wonderful toast, pies, fresh breads and roast cuts of meat.... I don't know what I'd do without this. The microwave is very flexible and easy to use with many different choices on the control panel.
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369 of 391 people found the following review helpful By H. Hamilton on August 16, 2011
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I really looked forward to using this microwave. Unfortunately, it wasn't until I reached page 6 of the instruction booklet that I found I could not use it due to space requirements. The oven needs at least 3 inches free space at sides and back, as well as 12 inches free space above it. These requirements should be listed along with the size of the oven in the technical info to avoid a customer having to send the item back. My hanging wall cupboards were too for me to use the oven, so it had to go back.
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61 of 65 people found the following review helpful By kmrotterdam on March 30, 2012
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Cooks perfectly. The poor reviews were unfair. You do not need to preheat ... just set temp and time and put food in oven. Convection cooking is faster. I cooked a cake without preheating and it took the recommended 30 minutes and came out perfectly. Did the same with a pizza. I could not be more satisfied. I recommend this oven!
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131 of 147 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on January 8, 2010
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Great idea I went out and got frozen french fries.

Tried no preheat convection and after 15 minutes they weren't done and cooked another 5 minutes.

Another batch I went with preheat and the temp at 425 as suggested and put the fries in the oven at the start of the preheat cycle. By the time it hit 425 the fries were done. I never did set the time. You are not allowed to set the time before the temp preheat is reached. At that rate if they are not quite done then you add more time through what they call kitchen time.

there's heat exhausting out the back that I wish would stay in the oven heating it up faster. However I don't know how convection ovens heat themselves.

Tried the idea of turning on the grill for 2 minutes then going to convection. It did not seem to speed things up any.

I am not unhappy. I've gotten three appliances off my counter and put the Cuisinart on top of the stove. Heat is an issue in the southwest so I have never used my gas pilot stove.

The microwave works exactly as I expected.

The grill has three settings. 100% grilling, 30% micro plus 70% grill, and 55% micro plus 45% grill. I haven't enjoyed steak at home for years so this I am really looking forward to. Fishsticks I'm going to try 30/70.

Roasting and baking have a fast setting which combines micro and convection, you can go straight convection too.

I would buy it again because the price is right, it microwaves great and grills. I never was an oven baker so few times I may preheat convection will be very seldom.

Right now I'm going to look for a rack utensil that I can use in both oven and microwave.

I'm sure after a learning curve that I will be preheat convection cooking and adding minutes after the oven acquires the set temp to finish my cooking.

Everything is possible.
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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Mimsu on January 14, 2011
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This machine does all it claims and does it well. Instructions are a bit tricky - your 9 year old won't be doing anything but microwaveing - keep the instructions handy ( they aren't especially clear) and read them often. The results are well worth the trouble!
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59 of 66 people found the following review helpful By debra smith on March 22, 2012
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We really liked this oven. BUT the lightbulb blew out and there's no way to replace it. When we contacted Cuisinart, we learned that the only way to replace it is to ship it back to Cuisinart (at our own expense) and it will take 4-6 weeks for them to replace the lightbulb and send it back. REALLY!!!

DESIGN FLAW AND BAD CUSTOMER SERVICE POLICY!
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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Cricket on October 19, 2011
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We use this about every day, and it's done exactly what we want it to. I do tend to stick to only two or three settings, however. Standard microwave works as expected. There are some one touch buttons to cook popcorn, potato, fresh veg, frozen veg (and though I say one touch, each button will set to a particular amount (1C, 2, whatever) and then the microwave will operate for a set time based on what you set, not based on any kind of food sensing (as far as we can tell). So, for instance, if I just put in two cups of frozen veg, I'd have to press the frozen veg button two times, then press start, and it will microwave for 5 minutes. I might have to add time after the microwave is done. Also, if I decided that I wanted to add 30 seconds using the quick button, I can't while it's in this kind of auto program mode...so it's actually easier to press the 5 button once, and the microwave will quick start for 5 minutes, with the ability to add time 30 seconds at a time in the middle of cooking.

I also use the convection feature quite frequently, for a variety of things I want more crispy than a microwave will do it. It helps to use the included wire rack to put the plate closer to the cooking element, for quicker cooking. There's a combo convection/microwave feature that works well too, but usually I just use the convection feature (with the food in the microwave while it's heating) to heat the microwave up to the maximum temp (I think it's 450), and then it only takes a minute or two of microwaving to finish up any extra heating.

I haven't tried baking cookies or cakes (and there is a cake button), but from the way "grilled" cheese or frozen corn dogs or cheese sticks have cooked for me, I think you could easily use this for that kind of baking.
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