Brushed stainless steel forms the oven's front, doorframe, handle, and crumb drawer for a durable and stylish addition to any kitchen. The unit's extra-large door handle is contoured for a confident grip, while its clear, tempered-glass door window allows for monitoring the broiling and browning of food. In addition, the oven's dishwasher-safe crumb drawer pulls out completely without opening the oven door. The countertop appliance measures approximately 19 by 13 by 10 inches and carries a one-year hassle-free replacement warranty.
KitchenAid KCO1005OB 1/2-Cubic-Foot 6-Slice Countertop Oven, Onyx Black
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- Brushed stainless-steel countertop oven provides 1/2-cubic-foot nonstick interior
- Bake, broil, toast, or warm with temperatures up to 450 degrees F
- Wave-Rack oven rack lets air circulate for even heating; heavy-gauge steel broil pan
- Clear, tempered-glass door window; dishwasher-safe removable crumb drawer
- Measures approximately 19 by 13 by 10 inches; 1-year hassle-free replacement warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
My kids are famous for not finishing their food and the countertop oven does an awesome job reheating and making things appetizing again. Pizza and french fries are two things that crisp up so nicely vs. the soggy, unevenly warmed results you get from a microwave.
With just 2-3 of us eating dinner, I find I use the countertop oven to make lunch or dinner quite often, especially in the summer when I don't want to use the big oven and heat up the house. The use and care manual has some really yummy recipes - the Asian Chicken Drummettes are finger licking good. But since I use mine so often, I wanted more recipes, so I even bought a toaster oven cookbook to give me more options.
The broil feature works so well that it brought broiled food back into our lives. I have a gas oven at home and HATE the broiler down by the floor so I had not made any broiled foods in 8 years. Now nachos and open face sandwiches are an option again!
I've looked at some of the negative reviews and am truly surprised by them. The one thing I can't vouch for is the toasting ability of the countertop oven, since I have a toaster and always use that and have never tried toast in this unit. I can truly say this is one the most useful and most used gifts I have ever received!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We purchased our toaster oven about a year ago now and love it. It looks nice on our countertop also. We haven't had a problem with it. Read morePublished on October 7, 2012 by Andrea S Karle
Don't know how I ever lived without a toaster oven. This is a quality product with plenty of room inside. Read morePublished on April 20, 2012 by K Gibson
I have stainless steel appliances for everything else in my kitchen so I wanted a toaster oven to match. Looks wise it is great from the front. The top and sides are black though. Read morePublished on January 13, 2012 by Ryan
This product has worked ok for me except for the cheap dials. The lettering wears off within 4 to 6 months--especially if you dare to clean them. Read morePublished on October 5, 2011 by Alice
What a disappointment! This toaster heats unevenly and takes forever to do the one thing it's supposed to do well: toast bread. Read morePublished on October 3, 2011 by mk
Bought this toaster oven about 5 years ago. I like the look and size, the crumb tray pulls out and cleans easily. Read morePublished on September 7, 2011 by MakeItEZ6
I bought this item to get a quality oven. It was fairly expensive compared to several other items but looked well made. After minimal use the knob broke. Read morePublished on February 26, 2011 by abuilder2
Please make sure you wake up an extra fifteen minutes early if you want toast!
It takes an unbelievable 10 - 12 minutes to toast bread, and even then, some pieces have burnt... Read more
This stupid thing went on fire 5 times it made my house smell really badthe timer gets stuck and then bread gets on firePublished on January 18, 2011 by jjo5b