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BLACK+DECKER 4-Slice Toaster Oven, Stainless Steel, TO1303SB
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- EvenToast Technology - The toaster oven interior is specially designed for even toasting of up to 4 slices of bread at a time.
- 9” Pizza, 4 Slices of Bread - The compact toaster oven fits nicely on the countertop, while the curved interior makes room for 9” pizzas and 4 slices of bread.
- Four Functions - The stainless steel/black toaster oven’s cooking functions include: baking, broiling, toasting, and keeping food warm.
- 30-Minute Timer - The timer includes precise toast settings and stay-on functionality.
- Removable Crumb Tray - Keep the toaster oven clean with the convenient removable crumb tray.
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BLACK+DECKER Four-Slice Toaster Oven
- Color: Black
- Dimensions: 14.5 x 8.8 x 10.8 Inches
- Four Functions: Bake, Broil, Toast, Keep Warm
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Ready Indicator Light: Yes
- Warranty: 2 Year Limited
- Weight: 7.5
Item #: TO1303SB
The BLACK+DECKER Four-Slice Toaster Oven is a countertop classic. No need to heat up the conventional oven, this trusty machine has four functions that will have you cooking in a hurry—bake, broil, toast, and keep warm settings take care of all your baking tasks. The large window and cooking timer with stay-on functionality allow you to cook exactly to your specifications. Plus, the efficient design fits up to four slices of bread or a 9 inch pizza.
The curved interior fits up to four slices of bread or a 9 inch pizza.
The precise 30-minute timer includes a stay-on function that lets you bake for however long you need.
Removable Crumb Tray
The removable crumb tray lets you throw out debris before it burns, keeping the oven clean and attractive.
The toaster oven comes with a bake pan and broil rack that fit securely for optimal cooking.
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Large enough for a 9” pizza or four slices of bread, the BLACK+DECKER 4-Slice Stainless Steel Toaster Oven with Broiler Pan complements any kitchen countertop. This compact, versatile toaster oven bakes, broils, toasts, and keeps food warm, at up to 450°F. It comes with a baking and broiler pan that fits perfectly into the small toaster oven interior. Plus, our exclusive EvenToast Technology optimizes heat distribution to toast bread evenly. When it’s time to eat, trust the #1 brand in toaster ovens*—BLACK+DECKER. Large viewing window keep an eye on food during cooking. The durable glass window gives you a clear view of food throughout the cooking process. Bake/broiler pan don’t worry about finding pans to fit in the oven. The included baking/broiling pan fits perfectly, making it easy to insert and remove food. Toasting rack also included.
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This morning (about 2 months after the replacement purchase) my wife was again toasting a brown rice tortilla. I was in the kitchen and saw a slight curl of smoke coming from the door. I opened the door and the smoke dissipated, so I closed the door and went back to my breakfast. At this point the tortilla was still floppy and white. A few minutes later my wife came into the kitchen to check it, and it was nearly toasted to her satisfaction, so she opened the door to remove it and flames ERUPTED! The oven sat under a cabinet, which now had flames reaching towards it. I pulled the oven by it's door handle to get it out from under the cabinet. I started to run for the fire extinguisher in the garage but the flames were now 10" above the oven (I measured this based on the cabinet height after the fact), so I ran back and slammed the oven door shut, which temporarily contained the flames. My wife opened the front door, I yanked out the power cord, grabbed two oven mitts and rushed the oven outside. We both stared at it as the flames slowly died (and the cat ran in hysterics from the wailing of the smoke detectors).
Now several hours later, I've tried some crude forensic analysis. The tortilla is a cinder (literally), but only as a result of the flames, not the initial toasting process. The drip pan was out of the oven at the time, and we never "cook" in it so there was no grease, fat, or oil residue present. The bottom of the oven is perfectly clean except for the little grainy things that come on English muffins, and none of those were burned which indicates that only the tortilla was on fire, with the flames going up from the wire rack, not up from the bottom of the oven. Again, a clear indication that nothing on the bottom had caught fire. Although a tortilla is thin, which may cause it to burn easily, others report this occurrence with bread. And I don't know if brown rice is more flammable than wheat. There is one black mark on the back of the oven wall (inside), and I know that the exterior back gets very hot. (The attached photo shows the black mark as well as the clean, unscorched bottom.) I took the oven outside and plugged it in. Both heating elements heated normally with no sparks.
Is it possible that the edge of the tortilla was touching the inside back wall, which superheated that edge while the rest of the tortilla was still "toasting" normally, and that edge was the origin of the fire? I don't know, but after buying two of these in the past few months, both of which are no longer in service, and imagining my house burning to the ground while trying to contain the flames this morning, I promise that I won't be buying a third. If anyone from the CPSC reads this and wants to contact me, please do. I'll hold on to the oven for a while just in case.
(And as a safety message: 1. Fire extinguishers should be closer than the garage. 2. Smothering flames works wonders (had I not pulled the door open trying to get the oven out from under the wall cabinet, the flames would have not grown as quickly). 3. Learning from the experience of others would have saved me a lot of trouble!
Before I used this, I read several reviews that said it didn't have even toasting, which to me would seem to be the entire point of a "Toaster Oven". I disagree with that strongly. My "toast tests" showed quite the opposite. In fact, it had a little bit of a "grill mark" on the bottom for the toast due to it resting on the grate. But once I learned what setting to put the toast in, it was great. I do admit the first few tries were either TOO DARK or too light, but that's kind of a learning curve with any toaster, can't fault this unit.
What I've done with it is mostly toasting, and heating of things like frozen waffles and whanot. This is called a "Toaster Oven", and I've used it mostly for toast. The knob that controls how well done toast is done seems to skew mostly towards people that like darker toast. I say that because I tend to like mine lighter. The way you make toast in this thing is to turn the knob up to the highest setting and then "back" to where you want it to go. There are three indicators on the scale - the highest being totally black, and the lowest being "totally white". I usually end up about halfway between the lowest and one. If someone puts their toast up to the blackest setting, it would be really charred, I would think. I should sacrifice a piece of bread to try that. :) You will definitely need to try some experimentation, as severity of toasting is a highly personal issue. Oh, english muffins - I find these toast better than plain bread, but I think that's down to me liking english muffins better.
Anyways, I have not tried much other than various grilled bread products, but several other reviews say that the advertised pizza size can be an issue due to size of pan. I don't have experience with that, but I do with the bread. They say that you can fit four slices of bread in here, and while you can, it is a tight fit. I have included a few pictures of bread in the oven in my review (see photos section). The old school square white bread slices are the only kind you can fit four in there with. And even then, they push off the back of the grate and up against the overall back wall of the unit. The instruction manual has a picture of four slices on the rack, evenly spaced with plenty of buffer space between then. That is CERTAINLY not the reality of bread on this. If you tend to use the kind of bread that is sold a lot (like Orowheat bands and the like), you can only fit two slices on there; zero chance at four there. Again, check out the pictures in the user photo section of this product.
There are several trays that come with this unit (three in all), so they intend you to cook different kinds of things besides just toast. However, unless you're looking for a serving of one of say Tater Tots for the "oven" part of this toaster oven, you're better off in a more full sized oven.
Despite my talking about the size of bread a lot, I do like the thing. I've already replaced the more traditional two slice toaster that has lived in our house for ages, mostly because of the future possibilities of this unit. Despite my using it almost exclusively for toasting so far, I rather like it. So I'm hopeful my positive experiences with this toaster oven extend well beyond what I've run into toast wise.
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