BLACK+DECKER TO1660B 6-Slice Convection Countertop Toaster Oven, Includes Bake Pan, Broil Rack & Toasting Rack, Stainless Steel/Black Convection Toaster Oven
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- Convection Heating - The powerful convection fan circulates warm air throughout the oven for fast, even baking.
- Four Functions - The stainless steel/black toaster oven’s cooking functions include: baking, broiling, toasting, and keeping food warm.
- 60-minute Timer - The 60-minute precision timer features stay-on functionality for longer baking tasks.
- 9” Pizza, 6 Slices of Bread - The compact toaster oven fits nicely on the countertop, while the curved interior makes room for 9” pizzas and 6 slices of bread.
- Removable Crumb Tray - Keeps counters clean and makes it easy to remove crumbs before they burn in the bottom of the toaster oven.
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Countertop cooking made easy. The BLACK+DECKER 6-Slice Stainless Steel/Black Convection Toaster Oven with Broiler Pan is great for baking 9” pizzas, making toast for the whole family, and reheating leftovers into hot, crispy deliciousness. This versatile toaster oven bakes, broils, toasts, and keeps food warm, at up to 450°F. The 60-minute precision timer ensures ideal results for all of them. Plus, this convection toaster oven comes with a baking and broiler pan that fits perfectly. 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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NOTE TO AMAZON: your product specifications for this model indicate it is 19.2 inches wide, but it is only 16.75 inches wide. This caused a lot of confusion before we decided to purchase -- we had one already, but thought perhaps B&D had remodeled / widened it while keeping same model #. Funny how we believed what Amazon said even with contrary evidence staring us in the face! (Note my question in the Q&A section recently!) You do need to allow airflow space all around.
In summary, we have a 33% success rate with this product out of the box regarding if it works as advertised. If you get a good one that actually works...it's great. But the odds are not in your favor. If you feel lucky...go for it. Black and Decker clearly has some quality issues with this product.a
I've had my unit for less than 6 months, but the "Toast" timer just broke (it instantly times down to zero). After an exhaustive search, there is absolutely no way to buy parts, and there are no repair facilities. You have to cut off the unit's plug and send it, plus $7.50, to the warranty center in Ohio. This means no toaster oven for 3-weeks minimum. (I use mine every day.) I'll update this review when I get my replacement unit and have had it for several months.
- Not too expensive
- Roomy: It easily holds 4 slices plus has a little room to keep a small container of meat, bacon, etc, warm.
- Bakes reasonably well due to it's recirc fan -- about as good as my full-sized oven.
- Has mechanical controls -- which are *usually* more reliable than electronics, use no power when the unit is off, will not spontaneously come on (like digital controls can), and are immune to power glitches and static charges.
- Mechanical timer broke! In decades, I have never had an appliance timer break until now.
- Very short power cord; not even 2 feet long!
- Poor control design. The temperature knob also functions as the bake/broil/toast selector. There are separate timers for bake and toast but, unlike every other toaster-oven I've had, you cannot simultaneously have the oven set to keep warm (say 250 degrees) and toast.
- False advertising. The unit does not have "6-slice" capacity as claimed. At least not normal slices of a standard loaf.
- Burns toast easily. The toast timer has markings for "Light", "Med", "Dark", and "Max". They should really read: "Lukewarm", "A variable shade of brown", "Burnt", and "Charcoal".
Plus, the difference between light-brown, and burnt, seems to be seconds. It's very hard to get consistent toast with this timer.
- Toasts very unevenly. The slices in the center tend to burn, the slices near the door tend to be half-done.
- Poor Door seal. Toaster ovens are all big energy wasters (I'd pay good money for a decent insulated and sealed unit), but this one inexplicable goes from 1 mm gap on one side of the door, to about 8mm on the other. Not only does it look shoddy, but it lets extra heat out.
- Unlike toasters or other ovens, you need a Hot mitt to get the toast out without burning yourself. The toast is not grabbable without sliding out the wire rack a good ways, and the rack does not slide automatically.
- Sloppy. The unit has a catch tray, but it slides around and is poorly designed. The tray and the door act to funnel bread crumbs under the tray. It does catch any drippings though, and most toaster ovens have a similar problem, in my experience.