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Cuisinart TOB-165 Convection Toaster Oven and Broiler, White

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  • Ideal for fast countertop baking, roasting, broiling, and toasting
  • 1/2-cubic-foot capacity fits 4 toast slices or a 9-inch pie
  • Touchpad controls include toast-browning memory, defrost, bagel, and reheat
  • Nonstick interior and slide-out crumb tray for easy clean up; includes baking pan with broil insert
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 14 x 9.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 19 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00004YNX2
  • Item model number: TOB-165
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (257 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #175,282 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Compact and loaded with electronic controls, this 0.5-cubic-foot countertop convection toaster oven/broiler has room to toast four slices, roast a 4-1/2-pound chicken, bake a 9-inch pie, or broil several steaks. Because it circulates hot air, the 1500-watt oven cooks faster and more uniformly than a conventional oven. For easy cleaning, the interior is nonstick and a slide-out tray catches toast crumbs. The exterior is steel painted white. The oven measures 14 inches wide, 9-1/4 inches high, and 17 inches deep, weighs 20-1/2 pounds, and carries a three-year warranty against defects. It comes with a rack that fits in two positions and a baking pan with a broiler insert. For safety, the oven automatically shuts off after 4 hours.

A touchpad control panel runs the width of the oven and offers many options, including time and temperature, for all cooking methods. Toasting controls, for example, include buttons for number of items, defrosting, and bagels. Up to seven customized settings can be programmed into the toaster's memory so they can be conveniently recalled. Combining, say, the four-slice option, the defrost option, and the bagel option in the memory allows for defrosting and toasting four frozen bagel halves to a desired shade at the touch of a button without having to reprogram the toaster. --Fred Brack

Product Description

This Cuisinart oven is a 4-in-1 machine. It is able to be a convection oven as well as bake, broil, and toast. Large enough to fit a small, whole chicken, but small enough to fit on the countertop. It features an easy clean interior and an even shade c

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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use and easy to clean.
Mammamia
Makes great toast, bagels, frozen waffles, or to bake some muffins.
George S.
This is the best toaster/convection oven I have ever owned.
Theresa C. Campbell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

172 of 174 people found the following review helpful By dltstl on November 20, 2001
I have a toaster oven graveyard out in my dumpster. I was buying name brands and subjecting them to only moderate use, yet we were going through the things faster than pet goldfish.
For my most recent purchase I decided to pay for top quality. I based my purchase decision on my experience with other Cuisinart products and extensive reading of reviews from many sources. I've had my oven for about six months now, and I've been heartily pleased with my selection.
Besides durability, my chief concern in shopping had been size. It turns out this is even bigger than what I had before--both wide and tall. I can fit Corningware pans with the domed lids and knobs on top. Yet the outer dimensions are quite modest.
I wasn't sure I would use the convection feature, and in fact didn't get around to it until last week. It produced an excellent roast chicken, and I probably will use it more and more to make "weekend" dishes during the week. The additional cost for the convection over the regular was small, so it's definitely worth it even for occasional use.
The oven itself functions admirably. I love that it beeps when it's fully preheated, and the heat sensor really does keep it constantly and evenly heated to the correct temperature. I'm using this much more than my regular oven, especially during the summer.
The controls are easy to use and well thought-out as far as flow and intuitive functions. The only thing I'm not crazy about is setting the timer--one press for every minute, one for every hour. Gets to be a pain when you're setting 45 minutes. But, that is balanced out by the fact that the timer alarm keeps beeping until you come turn it off.
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113 of 113 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 18, 2002
We found we love this convection oven. It is well made and does everything well. We are just two people, and find that the toaster oven makes two servings of baked fish, chicken, pork chops or steak perfectly. I also bake 6 muffins, biscuits, cookies or a small cake, custard or pizza in it - the convection feature makes them brown perfectly. It also makes good toast and perfect English muffins. I especially like the fact that preheating takes only 3 minutes or so. I have found that I need to reduce the temperature on my recipes about 25 degrees to keep them from getting overdone and often the cooking time is less as well - less time to preheat and less time to cook at a lower temperature - great! I purchased some nonstick Nordicware sheets to use - better than the pan that came with it but not as large. I warm my plates on top while I'm baking or toasting. I would have to buy another one right away if something happened to this one, but if it is like all my other Cuisinart products, that shouldn't have to be soon.
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533 of 563 people found the following review helpful By Sandy on December 27, 2000
The two best convection toaster ovens I found for the quality and the money were the Delonghi AS670 and the Quisinart TBO-165. After many hours of research I settled on the Quisinart TBO-165. Both have a half cubic foot of space and two rack positions, but the Quiainart offers a drip tray for the fat to drip through for healthier eating. The thing that sold me on the Quisinart was the clock, oven shut off timer and the toast setting memory that Delonghi did not have. The Delonghi has an automatic shut off for toast only. The white Delonghi has a black face plate, but the Quisinart is all white. Some convection toaster oven doors have air gaps all around, both of these brand's doors shut snuggly and both doors open in the down position which is safer than doors that open sideways. If you prefer the Delonghi you'll need to rememeber when to shut the oven off.
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115 of 118 people found the following review helpful By C. Hill on November 22, 2002
This is an excellent product except for two glaring problems. 1. One of the most important features of this oven is the timer feature. That was the deciding feature for us. Unfortunately, the timer fails to do the single most important feature of a timer attached to an oven -- it does NOT turn off the oven when the BAKING or BROILING time runs out!
2. The manual recommends cleaning the top inner surface (heat reflector) of the oven after broiling or baking. Unfortunately, there is no practical means of doing this because the top inner reflector cannot be removed for cleaning and the upper heat elements are in the way of cleaning.
In our opinion, these are both glaring design oversights in an otherwise good product.
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73 of 73 people found the following review helpful By "mkstn8" on January 10, 2002
After reading the reviews here, I expected to be impressed by the baking features, but disappointed by the toasting abilities. I wasn't disappointed at all, but then again I don't require that my toast be equally brown on both sides.
The owner's manual explains that the goal in toasting is to achieve the ideal combination of browning and dryness. The Cuisinart TOB-165 achieves this, I think, by not cooking the underside too much. The result is delicious toast that is not dried out too much, but is firm enough on the bottom to easily spread butter or condiments - such as when you want to use the toast for a sandwich.
The ability to defrost and perfectly toast a bagel is truly awesome. Again, not dried out, but a great toasted taste nonetheless.
I convection baked a 4.5 lb chicken in an hour. Because of the convection feature, it was evenly browned rather than the weird birds you pull out of a standard oven that are brown on top but unpleasantly pale on the sides.
I convection baked small potatoes in 45 minutes. The insides were nice and soft, and the skin had a good texture.
I have not had the problems described in some of the other reviews, for the most part. For instance, my broiler pan has not warped. I agree it is difficult to remove over the lip of the rack when pulling it from the oven, but you can finesse it with practice.
The claim in another review that this oven has no automatic shut-off is absolutely wrong. This safety information can even be found on the outside of the box, although you have to look for it. The oven will turn itself off after four hours.
This is a wonderful oven to supplement your standard one. I highly recommend it for anyone who wishes they had a second oven, but doesn't want to pay to install a wall oven.
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