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Hamilton Beach 31197 Countertop Oven with Convection and Rotisserie

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  • Extra-large countertop oven with broil, convection, bake, and rotisserie functions
  • 10- to 120-minute timer or "stay on" option; adjustable temperature up to 500 degrees F
  • Spacious interior can fit a 5-pound chicken or 2 12-inch pizzas; easy-to-clean design
  • Includes two cooking racks, two baking pans, broiler rack, rotisserie skewer, and rotisserie lifter
  • Measures approximately 21 by 18 by 15-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Height 15.3 inches 16.4 inches 15 inches 17.6 inches
Length 21 inches 23.9 inches 20 inches 23.2 inches
Width 18.5 inches 20.8 inches 23 inches 14.2 inches
Material Metal Stainless Steel Information not provided Stainless Steel
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  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 18.5 x 15.3 inches ; 18 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 27 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0002HDWNS
  • Item model number: 31197
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (308 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,431 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Bring back family dinners with a three-in-one oven that offers room to experiment! Bake, broil or toast anything - or use the revolving rotisserie rack for moist, juicy meats! Generously sized to accommodate two 12" pizzas and 7.5 pounds of chicken. Includes 120-minute timer and convenient controls for cooking precision. Convection operation saves cooking time by 33%. Easy to clean.

Model number may appear as 31197 or 31197R, however there is no difference in the products.

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Customer Reviews

With that said, this convection oven with the rotisserie feature works great.
My favorite uses: roasting vegetables (good caramelization), finishing fritattas, baking cookies, reheating food (it's super quick), cooking pizzas (great crust).
Freida Ravasco
This oven is great in the summer, when you don't want to heat up the kitchen by using the full sized oven.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

321 of 326 people found the following review helpful By Nom De Plume on May 31, 2005
Actual rating 4 1/2 stars. A half point deduction for door misalignment. The door doesn't seal like it's suppose to. It's not really a seal but a much larger gap than allowed. Either the the frame or the door is slightly warped. A minor error, however, as it still bakes near perfectly and I didn't detected any real heat escaping. I still consider the build of the oven very good.

I tested all features and they work excellent. Convection is very good and cooks much faster and is quiet. Much more quiet than the Toastmaster convection which was extremely noisy! This feature is also handy for quick warm-ups or making bread rise. The rotisserie also works very good. You must tie the the chicken up well, however.

The timer does not exactly stop on zero. It seems to go on 2 minutes or more. Again, a minor thing. Just compensate for this. It could be because the timer is also the on\off switch.

Using a drugstore temperature gauge I found the reading between the gauge and the oven off by about 25-50 degrees. However, everything cooks excellent using the oven degree markings. No undercooked items. In fact, this thing cooks much faster than recommended time in most recipes, sometimes much faster! For instance, on its rotisserie feature I found a 3 1/2 pound chicken could of been done about 15 minutes (or more) earlier than the recommended 2 hours! A roll recipe I found bakes about 25% faster than the recipe called for and I didn't even use the convection feature for either! (Note: The oven degree reading and the drugstore temp gauge reading were the same when using the convection feature.
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356 of 363 people found the following review helpful By Nivek on October 22, 2004
I bought this product at Sam's Club the other day. The product is great and I would highly recommend this to anyone interested in a rotisserie. Having a regular toaster oven and a convection oven in the same unit is a great bonus! The unit comes with two wire shelves, two pizza racks (like cookie sheets but with holes in the bottom; great for Hot Pockets) that fit on top of the wire shelves, a 1" deep backing pan, a wire rack that fits inside the backing pan, two rotisserie forks (for holding the meat on the spic), a rotisserie spic, and a rotisserie handle (for lifting it out of a hot oven).

Installation: A piece of cake. The unit comes packed in Styrofoam with the shelves and pans inside the unit; the rotisserie accessories came loose in the box but bagged in plastic. All I had to do was to wipe it down, wash the racks, and plug the box in.

Performance of the toaster oven: It toasts but boy is there a lot of room in here.

Performance of the convection oven: Never having used one before, I was surprised by the fans going off in the oven. But it did its job well cooking a pair of Hot Pockets to crispy perfection in just a little more time than the microwave. Homemade pot pies also cook very well.

Performance of the rotisserie: Great! I've cooked a beef roast and a Rock Cornish Hen and they came out so flavorful, tender, and juicy. The fat melts off this way and the drippings end up at the bottom. Make sure to cover it with a piece of foil. The unit says it can do up to a 7 ½ lb. bird, but I've only tried up to 4 lbs.

Cleanup: The bottom pan slides out for easy cleanup.

Overall I recommend this unit. Although I've never had a rotisserie or a convection oven to compare it to, it is world's better than my toaster oven. It is also ½ the price of the George Forman unit plus adds more. How can one go wrong?
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236 of 242 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Edelman TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 23, 2004
This is not a $500 Cuisinart, but then it's not $500. I found mine at Macy's for about thirty percent less than most retailers, and at that price it was certainly worth trying. I bought mine to replace a fifteen year old toaster oven that I often found myself pushing beyond its limits. (It also caught fire while toasting frozen lumpia, but that's another story)

Plusses? Inexpensive, large capacity, room to cook a small turkey or a couple loaves of bread without heating up the big stove. Minuses? It's kind of lightweight. The rotisserie won't handle much of a load. It's slow to heat up, especially compared to the typical toaster over. And it won't make toast.

But overall, it's not a bad deal, and if you entertain with a small kitchen- as I do- it's pretty useful.


Followup: I've had this oven for two and a half years now, and it's still in almost daily use. You can't say that about too many inexpensive products these days.
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132 of 133 people found the following review helpful By B. Davis on January 17, 2005
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Pros: This oven serves me quite well for all of my baking and broiling needs. I like that you can choose between bake and convection bake so that you don't have to use the convection feature if you don't want to. When using convection the fan is nice and quiet. I like having a timer so that I can leave the kitchen and not worry about burning something. The timer bell is perfect - one solid ding that you can hear from another room. Having two racks is great since you can have two things going at the same time. My oven is on a cart at eye level and several people have commented on how good looking it is. The way the crumb tray slides out easily without even opening the oven door is the most convenient I've ever seen. I've had my oven for 2.5 months and so far I am as happy as can be with it. I've made all kinds of things - homemade rolls, Christmas cookies, Mahi-Mahi fillets, pizza, roasted veggies, just to name a few, and everything turns out good.

Cons: The instruction booklet is laughable, it contains no useful information at all. I want to buy a convection cooking cookbook, mostly to learn how to dehydrate stuff. If you are a toast lover you will need a separate appliance for that because this oven is too tall to cook both sides of a slice of bread at once.

My oven came with one pizza pan, one baking/broiling pan with rack, two oven racks, and the rotisserie kit. I have not used the rotisserie feature yet.

UPDATE - May 19, 2007 - here it is well over two years later and the oven is still working perfectly. So glad I picked this one.

July 24, 2009 - Still going strong as my only oven! Only one thing showing wear and that is the door handle. It's loose but still attached. I hope it holds on!!
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