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KitchenAid Convection Countertop Oven

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  • Full-size oven performance on your countertop
  • 12-Inch capacity
  • Convection Bake, Broil and Warm functions with 60-minute timer
  • Non-stick interior
  • Full-width crumb tray
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Height 11.3 inches 16.4 inches 10.8 inches 11.2 inches
Length 20.1 inches 23.9 inches 14.5 inches 18.5 inches
Width 16.2 inches 20.8 inches 17 inches 16.2 inches
Material Metal Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Color Silver Silver Black Silver
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  • Product Dimensions: 20.1 x 16.2 x 11.3 inches ; 19.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 23 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003TT0ZC2
  • Item model number: KCO223CU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (248 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,670 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The KitchenAid 12-inch Convection Countertop oven offers a spacious capacity which easily accommodates up to two 12-inch pizzas. And to help you prepare for any meal or party, it can fit a 4-lb chicken, four chicken breasts, a variety of bread for toasting, and much more. In addition you will have full-Size Oven Performance on Your Countertop with a Consistent, even heating up to 450°F with Broil and Convection Bake functions. With convection, you’ll enjoy evenly baked cookies and faster cooking times. A 60-minute timer allows you to bake or broil foods that require longer cooking times. You can also use the Warm function to reheat a full plate of leftovers.


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Customer Reviews

Toaster function stopped working 3 years in.
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Will not buy another Kitchen Aid unless the quality improves significantly.
Melanie Gipe
This counter top convection oven does a great job of baking and broiling.
TO1

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

270 of 275 people found the following review helpful By Hoodat on December 11, 2010
Great size. Great controls. Originally we had the top-ranked Cuisinart brand with digital controls that did NOT turn itself off. With kids in the house it was a safety issue. Unsurprisingly, that other oven melted its own power cable when it didn't turn itself off. THIS unit is just as large, has great controls AND turns itself off.

The toaster function works very well, and the settings are accurate: medium is medium, etc. We've also noticed that this convection oven is SO MUCH Quieter than the other top-ranked model we owned.

Another GREAT function is the ability to clean the crumb pan FROM THE FRONT. Our last oven could only be cleaned by turning the oven around on the counter to access the crumb pan. On this oven the crumb pan can be pulled right out behind the front door.

It comes with two shelves in case you need them, and it also comes with a VERY STURDY broiler pan. We were surprised at the quality of the accessory pan.

So:
1) With kids in the house the auto-shutoff is a MUST-HAVE.
2) It is very easy to clean
3) Size is fantastic
4) Controls are good. Heat is even and accurate.
5) Pan accessories are high quality.

Buy one today!!
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139 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Loh on December 9, 2010
I bought this last weekend at a local store. The convection toaster is very stylish and the dials feel solid. It actually comes with two racks and since it is a convection oven you can bake two 12" pizzas at the same time. We tried it with a 12" pizza and fries and it came out perfect. We have a Fridgidaire convection oven but we plan on using this more often as it heats up very quickly and uses less energy.

The first unit I got made a very loud and annoying humming like the convection fan was not aligned. I returned it and the second one is very quiet and barely noticable.
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114 of 120 people found the following review helpful By TO1 on November 23, 2010
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This counter top convection oven does a great job of baking and broiling. Convection baking takes either lower temperatures or less time. But the results are good. Have not tried the toaster function yet.The oven is sturdy and not flimsy like some other table top ovens that I looked at. A quality product. The dials are easy to use and the timer is a nice feeture.
I would recommend to a friend
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127 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Gizmo on May 30, 2011
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I replaced an old (but still working) Black & Decker toaster oven, expecting superior performance from this much more expensive KitchenAid oven, but after several months of use this oven has its own performance issues that have me only giving this 3 stars. The markings on the dials are surprisingly difficult to read. It's also very easy to get burned by the door frame on this unit. From Day One my unit had a hot spot in the left rear corner - the same exact problem as my much cheaper B&D oven! So frustrating. For $100+ bucks I shouldn't have to turn the tray partway thru baking. Pros are that this oven is very attractive on the countertop and does not have the pullout hooks on the door that I had grown to hate on my old B&D oven. This oven does a fine job with baking/roasting items which are unaffected by the hot spot. Yesterday I roasted a small turkey breast in the oven and it worked fine. If I had it to do over though, I wouldn't pay this kind of money for this unit again. Yes, it's a KitchenAid, but you're paying for the name. The unit doesn't perform much better (if at all) than my old Black and Decker.

June 2013 update: I cannot in good faith let anyone order this for $129.95 (today's price) without once more beseeching you to resist the pull of that KitchenAid name. In my opinion this oven is SO NOT WORTH this kind of money. Now enjoying a Waring convection toaster oven (that I paid less than $50 for), you could not pay me to go back to this KitchenAid oven. For the money I paid for it several years ago, it's in the top 5 of my most disappointing kitchen appliance purchases.
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Buyer10 on July 4, 2011
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ANOTHER UPDATE: After about 6 months, the replacement stopped working too. So now I'm on my THIRD one of these. Clearly KitchenAid has quality control problems. At this rate I'll be getting free ovens for the rest of my life from them (since each replacement comes with a full warranty). This one had a similar problem - I think they have a kill switch in it that shuts it off after its been on for too long, but this kill switch malfunctions (by design?) after a certain number of uses and then you have an oven that doesn't turn on. I probably use this more than average so I don't make it a year. Nice quality!

UPDATE: After 4 months THIS OVEN STOPPED WORKING - would lose power once it heated up and often would not turn back on until it cooled down. I used the oven 2-3 times a day, so my guess is the planned obsolescence circuit thought my year warranty must be up already (ha ha on them). KitchenAid offered advanced replacement but shipped it to an incomplete address causing a hassle to their 'hassle free returns'. Replacement oven is clearly refurbished - fingerprints, dents, minor scratches. To their credit, they do offer a full one year warranty on the replacement. Too bad their quality has dropped so much that they can't make an oven that lasts longer than 4 months.

My original review is below...

PROS: Nice looking. Controls are simple. Nice large, deep, enamel-on-steel baking pan (enamel is the healthiest kind of pan unlike poisonous aluminum or non-stick). Nice large glass door. Good size - with the two supplied racks you can cram a lot in there. Nice covers over the heating elements - keeps them clean and protects potholders from burning. Easy to slide out and clean crumb tray.
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