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Waring CO900 .9-Cubic-Foot-Capacity Convection Oven

by Waring

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  • 1700-watt versatile convection oven bakes, broils, roasts, and more
  • .9-cubic-foot capacity; brushed stainless-steel finish and interior
  • Rotisserie spit; rotisserie skewers; handgrip for evenly cooking whole roasts and fowl
  • Tempered glass door, temperature-ready indicator light, 2-hour timer; baking pan included
  • Measures 18.25 by 24.25 by 16.50 inches; 5-year limited motor warranty; 1-year limited appliance warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.2 x 24.2 x 16.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 35 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0001XASVC
  • Item model number: CO900
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #434,421 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Waring Professional Convection Oven, commercial quality. Features Bake, Broil, Roast and Rotisserie functions and 1700 watts of power!

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Customer Reviews

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The Vitamix has a swiss made motor while the Waring a Chinese.
Hunter
I just got off the phone with Waring's product department; not only is this problem not a warranty issue, but there is no way to fix it.
Amazon Customer
The temperature dial did not reflect the actual internal temperature of the oven by 50 to 75 degrees.
Richard A. Spencer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By D. Harp on September 24, 2004
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This is a great little oven. It reaches temperature fast and it stays at temperature. The convection oven fan is a little noisy, but not annoying. The rotisserie feature works great, but don't expect to do any large items. Cornish hens is the limit or a very small chicken. This oven works great for drying peppers. I use my drying racks from my old Toastmaster convection oven.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By DogDad on December 16, 2005
Don't buy this oven. Wait until the next generation comes out. I read the reviews and the guy who said it's of low quality is correct. This should be an under-$100 unit. It rattles, the temperature is off by at least 50 degrees and the door gap grows as it heats up. The thermostat is a cheap bimetal, not bulb, type. The temp setting of 300 degrees is actually 400 plus inside. I did not buy this at Amazon and it is going back.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Natural on November 29, 2006
Here is my update: I still love this oven and it still works great. I don't understand why I rated it only 4 stars, I think that is a typo. I posted that first review in November of 2006. It has been countless holidays and countless parties since - and it's still working great. It's really a 5 star product. See what I wrote below and know it's all still true, and has stood the test of time.

There seem to be two varieties of convection oven: super cheap and super expensive. This oven seems to bridge the gap. Look, I'm a pretty good cook and I can't stand "toys" in the kitchen. I needed a decent oven as back-up for when I have lots of people over (that's pretty often). I wish I had two wall ovens, but I don't. The Cadco looks GREAT, doesn't it? But I'm not a caterer and I don't need a great portable oven. And it's about $800 for the 1.5 cubic foot model. Not to mention that the Cadco 0.9 cubic feet and the 1.5 cubic feet seem (at least to me) to be equally powered at 1700 watts despite very different sizes. And the Waring is 1700 watts. All of this sounds like why I "settled" for the Waring.
But the truth is that the Waring is darn good for the money. The temp setting matches what I read on my digital oven thermometer and it's consistent. Maybe that fan should run all the time, but I like what the other reviewer said about not drying the food out with a constant fan. And, the food came out fine, right on time, and evenly cooked amongst all the pans throughout the oven. I started out easy - 3 big pans of scalloped potatoes: easy and perfect results. The baked goods are just as good. So are the meats. Would I do it again? You bet. Before I spend $800+ on a 1.5 cubic foot oven, I'd upgrade my kitchen oven and move this one into the basement so I'd have two "real" stoves. In the meanwhile, I am perfectly happy with the Waring.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Richard A. Spencer on January 28, 2005
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A very impressive looking oven. The temperature dial did not reflect the actual internal temperature of the oven by 50 to 75 degrees. Once I got that sorted out, the oven worked well about 20 times. Then the motor started to sputter on and off. Burning electrical odor filled the air and an arcing sound could be heard. While it worked, it worked well. I do not know if the defect is common or rare. I tested only one oven.
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