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Waring TCO600 1500-Watt 6-Slice Convection Toaster Oven

by Waring
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  • 1500-watt toaster oven with toast, bake, convection bake, and broil functions
  • 6-slice capacity; 150- to 450-degree F thermostat; light to dark toast settings
  • 60-minute timer; see-through door; brushed stainless-steel front panel
  • Removable crumb tray for quick cleanup; oven rack, baking pan, and broiling tray included
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Product Description

Take multi-tasking to new levels with the Waring Pro Professional Convection Toaster Oven! It bakes, broils, convection bakes and yes, even just toasts! This powerful 1500-watt countertop oven includes an oven rack, baking pan and broiling tray for versatility and ease of use. Perfectly sized, it can hold up to 6 pieces of bread at a time or a 12” pizza and the brushed stainless front panel looks great in any kitchen.

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  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 21.2 x 9 inches ; 17.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 19.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002IS05OS
  • Item model number: TCO600
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,903 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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81 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Karen A. Robinson on May 4, 2010
When I first started to look for a replacement for my old (very, very) Black and Decker SpaceSaver toaster oven I had a long list of requirements. As I hadn't shopped for a toaster oven in about 30 years I didn't realize that those stipulations were wildly optimistic. After months of frustrating research (and one very bad purchase), I was left with two show-stopping requirements: no Teflon (or Teflon-like) coating because of the fumes that emits, and an "I am done" sound that didn't shatter my eardrums and cause my dog to run away from home.

The TCO600 meets both of those requirements. There is no Teflon coating - just bare metal. (I would have preferred the old style blue/black enamel like my old toaster oven had and like my real oven has, but, as I said, I gave up on most of my "prefers".) The sound when the timer (60 minute) is complete is one "ding". That I love.

I'm pleased with the unit so far. The convection fan is quiet, the oven heats to the temperature set. I've used it to bake a few things and was satisfied. Haven't yet used the broiler. The toaster is not the most convenient to use, and you cannot choose a setting and leave it there. (One must turn the timer past 20, then turn it to whatever you think might be the right setting for the bread and wait for the timer to turn it off.) The toast was not bad at all.

It is nice looking, chrome front, painted silver metal along the sides and top. That chrome is going to show every fingerprint that touches it, but it's wiped clean easily enough. It does get hot, as toaster ovens do, but it hasn't caused any problems. The crumb tray is very accessible in the front of the unit. I do like the analog dials rather than pushbutton digital stuff.

It's a bigger footprint than I was looking for.
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60 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Jon M on November 14, 2010
I've had this for a few weeks now and I've used it exclusively...I haven't turned my oven on once. That's the whole reason I have a toaster oven of this size to begin with, so I can do the majority of my baking in it rather than heating up the oven.

I've cooked everything from frozen pizzas to a soufflé in this oven. I've found that the convection cooking is no faster and in some cases is significantly slower, than regular baking. Frozen pizzas take a few minutes longer on convection/bake than on bake. I made a small loaf of bread, which took 20 extra minutes on bake, after the 55 minutes on convection/bake! It's only supposed to take 55 minutes total! Same with the soufflé took almost double the time.

As a toaster oven goes, it's good. Good size, looks nice, easy to clean and easy to use. As a convection oven, it's absolutely worthless. I am extremely disappointed in it compared to my previous convection oven experience.

So, if you're just looking for a toaster oven, you can't go wrong. If you want a convection oven to speed up your cooking, look elsewhere.
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By ems on June 14, 2010
We bought this oven based on its size/appearance and the poor reviews of other models.

* It's large capacity: They claim 6 slices can fit, maybe so, but I what I know for sure is that 4 frozen waffles fit very easily; it's also easy to reach in to remove them when done, no more using a fork to pull them out, my hand can fit w/o risk of hitting a hot element

* It looks good: It's got the stainless steel look and matches my counter-top microwave. Despite its capacity, it's unobtrusive on the counter and doesn't dominate other appliances near it.

* Timer/Convection/"Done" noises: Another review on here claims that the timer is very loud when running and that the sound of the oven element turning on and off is also overly loud. I think s/he must have a bad unit, because that is simply not the case with mine. When the timer is running you do hear a "ticking" noise, but it's not overly loud at all, it's quite soft actually. When the heating elements turn on/off there is a soft "click", I wouldn't have given it another thought except that I was watching for it due to the other review. The convection fan is also very quiet--yes, it is not completely silent, but there is no way that I would consider it loud or annoying in any way. The "done" ding is pretty loud, but that's a good thing in my opinion.

* Crumb Tray: It's a decent one. I was looking for two things--a little bit of depth, and front removal. This has both. Though one thing to note is that the fit/finish of the tray/door is tight and as a result the crumb tray will open approx. 1/4-1/2" after you open the oven door, it's not a big deal at all and many people might not even notice it.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Ornstein on May 1, 2010
EDIT #2: After rearranging my kitchen so that I can accommodate the toaster oven to a different outlet (no small feat in my Brooklyn Apartment), it appears that separating the oven from the refrigerator did the trick. Fridge now seems unaffected. Which is really good. I can now use this toaster oven. It does cook well and is better constructed than other toaster ovens I inspected at various stores. So, it's a keeper for now....

EDIT: After using this toaster oven several times, it seems to have knocked my refrigerator out temporarily. I surmise that the high wattage with its heating elements constantly turning on and off had shut down the refrigerator's motor/compressor as the oven was probably drawing too much power. This is very disappointing as it cooked good. I immediately disconnected the product. My refrigerator rebooted after about 20 minutes or so. Of course, the temperature in the refrigerator was going up. Luckily the refrigerator has been working properly 24 hours after the shut down.

If you want this oven, don't connect it to the same outlet as your refrigerator! I'll leave my original review in place for now.


Living by myself in a Brooklyn apartment means that your big gas oven will heat up the apartment everytime you use it. So, for years now, I've been using toaster ovens to cook just about everything. No sense firing up the big oven for a personal frozen pizza.

I was using a DeLonghi digital toaster oven, but it was too small. It cooked very fast but I needed something a little bigger.

Most of the toaster ovens I inspected at Macy's were poor-quality looking.

Then I saw the Waring Pro. It looked better constructed than most. So, I decided to spend an extra $20 and get this model.
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