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Breville BOV845BSS Smart Oven Pro Convection Toaster Oven with Element IQ, 1800 W, Stainless Steel
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- 1800 W - 5 Quartz Elements with Element IQ move the heat where and when it's needed
- Slow Cook Function designed for long cook times at low temperatures
- Interior Oven Light with replaceable 25W G9 halogen bulb
- Convection fan for fast & even cooking
- Dutch oven capacity
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The Smart Oven Pro
- 12 x 12 Enamel Baking Pan
- 12 x 12 Enamel Broiling Pan
- 13" Non-Stick Pizza Pan
Toasts evenly, makes delicious cookies, bakes perfect pizza, and roasts succulent meat. The convection option speeds your cooking time by as much as 30%
With Element IQ
The 1800 watt counter top oven that does the thinking for you. It automatically adjusts the independent heating elements ensuring an exact cooking process. 10 menu functions suggest the ideal temperature and time, and the oven remembers them for the next use.
The Smart Oven Pro also comes with an interior oven light to monitor your cooking progress. Plus a slow cook function designed for long cook times at low temperatures to tenderize and develop complex flavors. Slow cook for up to 10 hours before the setting automatically turns to keep warm so food is ready to serve when you are.
Exterior: (W) 18½ x (D) 15¾ x (H) 11
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|Color||Stainless Steel||Silver||Stainless Steel||Silver|
|Item Dimensions||18.5 x 15.75 x 11 in||16.2 x 18.5 x 11.2 in||16.1 x 18 x 12.1 in||16 x 18.5 x 11.2 in|
|Item Weight||22 lbs||22.49 lbs||19.7 lbs||17.3 lbs|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
The Breville BOV845BSS Smart Oven Pro with light and slow cook setting is the first oven with Element IQ that controls heating elements to suit whatever you are cooking with 10 preset functions. Slow Cook Function will automatically switch to Keep Warm for up to 2 hours and can be set at 'HI' 2-8 hours, or 'LO' for 4-10 hours. Key features comprise of a timer with auto shut-off and alert, temperature conversion & frozen food functions, a color changing LCD, and a magnetic auto-eject rack. Accessories included with your oven are a 12" x 12" enamel baking pan, a 12" x 12" enamel broiling rack, and a 13" non-stick pizza pan. The 0.8 cubic foot interior allows for a 6-slice toast capacity, and as a guide, can accommodate most 3.5 quart Dutch oven vessels with lid, and 5 quart vessels with foil lid.
Top Customer Reviews
This is a Breville, if you're experienced with the brand then you know it's exceptionally well built and designed as are all their products. It feels very solid, is well designed, and looks very nice. I'll also add the warning that Breville appliances seem to have a life of a couple of years before they go bust - as did my first oven (and a few other of my Breville products). It died around the 2 year mark. I was gutted, since I used it so much, but decided not to replace it at the time since it was a bit pricey and considered it a luxury. A year later, I decided I couldn't continue to go without it, and bought it again (this model).
I may now sound like a crazy person having bought an oven that I know from experience won't last long but this oven really is good enough to justify it in my opinion. Especially for someone like me that rents and has no control over my normal range. I have a perfectly nice, standard, range. And like all perfectly nice standard ranges, the oven stinks. It doesn't heat evenly, doesn't heat the right temperature and makes cooking in the oven a real chore.
The first thing to understand is that this is in no way a 'toaster oven'. This isn't some cheap oven you use to make toast (though of course you can use it for that). This is a full-on complete replacement for your normal oven - the only limitation being its size. Unless you have a very expensive, very high-end oven, chances are it cooks a lot better than your normal oven. It's optionally convection of course, which is great, but even without that it just heats better than anything else. It's quick to heat, heats evenly, and most importantly heats correctly - to the correct temperatures. Even if you aren't an expert baker you'd be amazed just how important heating to the right temperature is. It is exact. That really is the number one selling point.
I won't bother reviewing the options or features - they all work exactly as described. The important thing to know is that it heats evenly and exactly, all the features work perfectly and unless you can afford a very high-end oven it's likely to cook better than your existing appliance.
Having used one for a few years now a bit of advice to keep it looking nice... wipe down the oven window after every use. It will cloud up and be impossible to clean later if you don't keep it tidy. Gunk will build up if you don't keep it clean. Also, pull out the drip tray and wipe it down, even if you don't think anything has spilled. It takes a few seconds to wipe down the window and pull out the drip tray and clean it, and you'll be glad you did later so it continues to look new. If you plan on cooking things directly on the racks which will then likely leave debris on the drip pan, consider covering the drip pan in foil.. makes for easy cleanup. You can wrap it in foil nicely and still slide it into the slot - and from looking at it you'd never see it.
Bottom line, this is a really nice looking appliance that also happens to cook exceptionally well no matter if you're making toast or a roast chicken or a loaf of bread. Before you bawk at the price keep in mind it's an 'oven' not a 'toaster oven'.
I give it 4 stars only because my first one (and lots of other reviews agree) it likely won't last more than a couple years. If it last longer, it would be an easy, easy five stars.
I purchased this toaster oven and it worked wonderfully. At 13 months of age and 1 month after the warranty expired, the lcd screen would go blank. This has the effect of turning the toaster oven into an uncontrolled device, the timer setting may not turn off the toaster oven, the temperature control may stop working(more on that in a moment). I found that opening and closing the door sometimes would magically cause the lcd to return to working order. Sometimes, toast would be on the blacker side or a dish would overcook because the timer would freeze when the lcd failed to work. I was concerned to watch the toaster oven when using it and not leave it unattended. One day my wife put bagels in the toaster oven, set the timer and went off, I had told her about the toaster oven but she forgot. I entered the kitchen to see the Breville filled with smoke. The lcd was not working and the toast was beginning to combust. I unplugged the toaster oven and took it outside. I called Breville but they weren't interested in helping me because the warranty had expired. The service advisor was very evasive and not forthcoming. I got the impression, this had happened before. I did a little googling and found the location of Breville's repair depot in my part of the world. The repair tech was very forthcoming, told me to recycle the toaster oven, it wasn't repairable. This is a $300+ dollar appliance and should last longer than a year. It should also not endanger your home because the lcd screen fails to work. The appliance tech(his company provides warranty service to many brand names) suggested Hamilton Beach because they have a longer warranty, offer similar features and are less expensive. Take a look at Breville's line of appliances, they are expensive, and have 1 year warranty. Truly a case of buyer beware.