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BLACK+DECKER TO1675B 6-Slice Convection Countertop 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 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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BLACK + DECKER 6-Slice Toaster Oven
Countertop cooking made easy. The BLACK + DECKER TO1675B 6-Slice Toaster Oven is great for baking 9” pizzas, making toast for the whole family, and reheating leftovers to crispy deliciousness. Cooking functions include bake, broil, toast, and keep warm, and the 60-minute precision timer ensures ideal results for all of them.
- Color: Black
- Convection: Yes
- Dimensions: 19 x 13 x 12 Inches
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Maximum Temperature: 450
- Ready Indicator Light: Yes
- Warranty: 2 Year Limted
The cooking space fits up to six slices of bread or a 9” pizza.
The powerful convection fan circulates warm air throughout the oven for fast, even baking.
Versatile cooking with options for bake, broil, toast, and keep warm.
The 60-minute precision timer features stay-on functionality for longer baking tasks.
Dual Position Rack
High and low rack slots let you position food right under the broiler, or accommodate larger portions of food.
Dual Position Rack
Removable Crumb Tray
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Countertop cooking made easy. The BLACK+DECKER 6-Slice Stainless Steel 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. Dual position rack high and low rack slots let you position food right under the broiler, or accommodate larger portions of food.
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1. It's a convection oven that means quicker and more even baking. It's great for small roasting (2 - 3 pounds)tasks without turning (but it's still recommended for larger food items like whole chickens and hams/rump roasts), chops and ribs. Its fan is quiet.
2. The temp is accurate even if it takes nearly a 15 minutes to attain 450 degrees. Not too many foods require that temp (pizza comes to mind though). I keep an oven thermometer in it to check for accuracy.
3. Top can be used as a food warmer and to heat up breads wrapped in foil while baking.
4. Light weight (14.5 lbs) compact size with a small footprint. Fits nicely on a 10" wall shelf and still has a 1 3/4" wall clearance.
5. Very portable and not too heavy means that it's easy to relocate.
6. Broiler performs better than expected for open face sandwiches and steaks or browing, etc..
7. Pies, breads and cupcakes take a little longer to bake than a conventional oven but still remains moist.
8. Has a keep warm feature. Reheats pizza, fish, meats, poulty pieces and casserole items quickly.
9. The timer has 60 minutes and is very accurate. It's not hard to add more time as necessary.
10. It toasts on both sides of breads at once and does so quickly although it sometimes needs to be turned over because the top finishes first. Breads with high sugar content toast very fast and can go from light to very dark in a matter of seconds so be careful and attentive.
11. 9" pizza or 6 slices of toast.
12. It's easy to find small baking pans that fit the oven's inner dimensions.
13. Great for student's dorm rooms.
14. Exterior wipes cleans easily.
15. It's reasonably priced for a small convection oven since $50 hardly buys a tank of gasoline for a medium size car nowadays.
1. Toast (at least whole grains types and low sugar breads) need to be turned for an even browning on both sides even with the grate in the center position.
2. Short cord length for those who plan to station oven far from an outlet or up on a high shelf .
3. Preheating seems to take long if you want to cook or reheat at 450 degrees (about 15 minutes give or take depending upon the ambient temperature).
4. Heating element protector covers are perforated and hard clean after drips are baked on.
5. Convection fan is nice but maybe not adaquate since the bottom of pie crusts, breads, roasts, etc. still seem to cook much faster with potential to burn or dry out even with rack in center potsition.
6. Rack does not pull out when door is opened (safety feature?) which may cause a potential for burn in the tight space provided.
7. Crumb tray doesn't allow for easy external access. When door is closed and a hot oven there is a potential for burns and easier to spill debris inside and out.
8. Exterior gets very hot (duh!).
9. Children should have adult supervision to avoid burns ( a few adults as well...).
10. If you intend to bake at 450 degrees for longer than an hour you might consider using a conventional oven to avoid fires.
11. Set it and forget it isn't a good option for any small appliance that uses high temps to cook greasy foods.
I recommend this oven to anyone that wants a backup to their conventional oven. I'd buy it again unless I went to a larger size. I've trusted Black & Decker for over 50 years and you can't go wrong with them even if they have moved manufacturing facilities to China. I do buy American and Canadian when possible but sadly, most products sold in the US are now made overseas. Even GM imports cars to sell in the US. It's a global market nowadays and no one country can make everything it needs or even survive as a government, workforce or business operation with just domestic markets. Quality and reliability is still of foremost importance in my mind and this little Black & Decker oven has served me well.
UPDATE 3 03 2014: My trusty B&D toaster oven has been been replaced. The fuse blew during a wind storm that caused electrical power surges in my home. I cut the power immediately but outside the power lines glowed orange for several minutes before the transformer blew. When the power was restored the oven didn't work. The fuse isn't easy to get to so I donated it to Goodwill with a note explaining that it needed a new fuse. Let them worry about changing it. I replaced it with a Wolfgang Puck Pressure Oven which is amazing. I might write a review of it if Amazon ever sells it. I like it so much that I have trouble thinking of it as a toaster oven since it is part pressure cooker and it bakes better and faster than a conventional oven -- even without the convection fan. I like to make homemade pizza and nothing is better than a brick oven for baking. The Wolfgan Puck Pressure Oven is pretty close. I might even try to fit a pizza stone in it in the future.
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This machine seems all well and good for what it can do - although I haven't exactly made cookies from scratch right in the office - until you want to toast anything. Welcome to badly burned food if you step away to answer a phone, or needing a novel to keep you company while you either play toaster roulette and set it to normal and grab your food at peak toastiness, or constantly edge the dial up juuust enough to engage the heating element half a dozen times.
B&D makes great products, but this model misses the mark. While I'm grateful that it has two plastic preventive devices on the back to keep you from pushing the oven flush to the wall, skip this model and go with the one that has the light, medium and black toasting setting. You'll save your food and the unpalatable smell of badly burned bread - or worse.
The best advice I can offer is this- READ THE INSTRUCTIONS! Most of the complaints about this oven are addressed in the instructions. First of all, it is a oven with pretty thin metal sides, top and bottom. Of course it is going to get HOT. The instructions warn of this. Next is the timer. It is a spring type of control it is not digital. That keeps the cost down. Those of you old enough to remember the old wind diall type of kitchen timers, well this is the same thing. It is very important to do as the instructions say and wind the timer PAST the time you are shooting for and then bring it back to the desired time. This is especially true for the toaster function. Learn where to set your toast setting to get the proper results. This takes a little practice to find the sweet spot. It's a good idea to keep an eye on your toast for the first several times using it to keep from turning your toast to charcoal. I've had plenty of practice over the years and I still occasionally over toast the bread. But not that often. When baking I rarely use the oven timer. Instead, I turn the knob down until it locks in the ON position and use a digital timer and just watch for the desired doneness. You know, just like using any oven.
I don't know how folks get along without a toaster oven. Not having to heat up the whole kitchen with the big oven makes one of these a necessity. I only have one other person to cook for and I anything that will fit in it I cook. Cornbread, biscuits, rolls, frozen pizzas and making hot sandwiches just to name a few. It is true that it will not hold 6 slices of bread but it will make 2 toasted sandwiches, heating both sides of all 4 slices. It heats the meat and the cheese and toasts the opposite side of the bread. The pan that comes with these new models is too small. Don't know why. You may need to replace it with something bigger. I have one from an older oven that is the perfect size for heating sub type sandwiches. They rival our local deli subs for a fraction of the price.
The knobs are a bit smaller than the oven that just died on me and I find them harder to turn to the proper adjustment, that and the small tray is the reason I didn't give it 5 stars.
One last thing, (finally, I know) it isn't in the instructions but I've found that after you put in the crumb catcher and the rack in and with the oven empty, it is a good idea set the oven to 450 degrees and spin the timer past the 40 minute mark and come back to 30 minutes or so and bake off the "new" smell to keep it from ruining your food. This can get quite funky so it's also a good idea to turn on the kitchen exhaust fan during this "break in" period. You will be glad you did.
I hope this helps address some of the problems reported in many other reviews. If it does, please hit the helpful button so I'll know.
After writing this review I baked some cornbread. It took way too long. So I check the oven with my oven thermometer, it was off by 50 degrees. My other ovens were spot on. This unit has some bugs. I set it for 50 degrees higher. 3 1/2 stars.