Hamilton Beach Digital Countertop Toaster Oven with Easy Reach Roll-Top Door, 6-Slice, With Bake Pan, Stainless Steel (31128)
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||15.1 x 18.7 x 9.32 inches|
|Item Weight||13.4 Pounds|
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- Easy access to food and countertop
- Easy to keep clean, food can't spill on door
- Digital control display: Simply choose toast, bake, broil, pizza or convection for more even cooking
- 5 Settings: Convection, Toast, Bake, Broil and Pizza
- Fits 6 slices of toast or a 12 inches pizza
- 2 Rack Positions: Cook a wider variety of foods to their specifications from toast, to pies, to browned chicken
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The digital display makes it simple to choose toast, bake, broil, pizza or convection for more even cooking. And two rack positions allow you to cook a wider variety of foods to their specifications from toasts, to pies, to browned chicken. It also features a 60 minute timer with ready bell. The Hamilton Beach Easy Reach Toaster Oven comes with a bake pan, broil rack and removable crumb tray.
Hamilton Beach Easy Reach Toaster Oven with Roll-Top Door
You won’t find a design like the Hamilton Beach Easy Reach Toaster Oven with Roll-Top Door anywhere else. Its unique and large opening make food easy to reach. And since the door opens above the oven, it frees up your countertop space in front. Best of all, it’s easy to keep clean because food can’t spill on the door. With a 6 slice toast capacity and five cooking settings, you can enjoy everything from crispy toast, broiled fish and mouthwatering roasted vegetables.
- Easy access to food and countertop
- Easy to keep clean - food can't spill on door
- Digital control panel
- 5 settings: convection, toast, bake, broil and pizza
- Convection circulates air around food for faster, even cooking
- Fits a 9” x 11” bake pan, 12” pizza, or 6 slices of toast
- Includes bake pan, bake rack, and removable crumb tray
- 2 rack positions
Easy Access to Food
Sprinkle cheese on your pizza while it’s baking, or grab toast in the very back without all the maneuvering. The roll-top door moves up and out of the way, so you can have safe, easy access to your food before, during and after cooking.
Easy Access to Countertop
The Easy Reach Toaster Oven door rolls up, not down, making it easy to move your food from the oven directly to your plate when it’s done.
Easy to Keep Clean
Melted cheeses, crumbs and juices are less likely to end up on the door because the door is never under the rack when food is being removed or put into the oven. The roll-top door and the crumb tray are both removable for cleaning.
This oven lets you choose between bake and convection. The bake function is great for making delicious cakes and desserts. Use convection for crisp, golden-brown pizza and for an evenly cooked, caramelized crust on baked goods. Convection provides more even cooking as the fan circulates heated air continuously around the food. Convection typically reduces cooking time.
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|Color||Stainless Steel||Silver||Silver||Stainless Steel/Black||Silver||Black|
|Item Dimensions||15.10 x 18.70 x 9.32 inches||15.24 x 18.74 x 9.41 inches||15.00 x 18.50 x 9.50 inches||14.50 x 22.00 x 11.50 inches||22.80 x 13.40 x 15.50 inches||16.30 x 19.70 x 11.30 inches|
|Item Weight||13.40 lbs||11.40 lbs||11.50 lbs||17.50 lbs||15.76 lbs||20.30 lbs|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
You won't find a design Like the Hamilton Beach easy reach toaster oven with Roll-Top Door anywhere else. Its unique and large opening make food easy to reach. And since the door opens above the oven, It frees up your countertop space in front. Best of all, it's easy to keep clean Because food can't spill on the door.
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I've been using this toaster oven for about 3 weeks. Overall the experience has been 5 star.
Toast - Excellent -- what I like is the pre-programmed toast times -- allow for light toast to well-done -- it's pre-set by time.
Bake - this oven is super-efficient and fast at reheating -- reheating a slice of pizza from the fridge -- 5 min @ 350F and the edge of crust will be dark drown -- Pizza hot.
Broil -- works as you would expect
Pizza - haven't tried this yet -- but it's big enough for a 12" round Pizza Pan
Convection -- after you start a bake cycle -- press Convection Button and the convection fan starts and you see the convection fan symbol on the control panel. Nice to have that extra heat to help sear and keep things moist/juicy inside
It's a big oven capacity with great heat controls -- I see it being my new go to appliance to reheat frozen meals and caseroles without creating too much mess to the interior -- I bring this up abt the glass door the lifts up without free access to scrub clean -- I don't plan to overload the oven and have too much food splattering and drying on glass..........
Until this one breaks and I my heart may be broken ..........I'm a super happy camper.
Mid February - 2 months old the "Power/On" button broke and the unit was no longer functional.......the Hamilton Beach were helpful and easy to walk me thru obtaining a replacement without having to return the defective unit -- super easy.......now I'm still concerned how well the "Digital Control Panel" holds up. I still love this small counter top oven ......time will tell.
I like in particular the convection function.
In the beginning of using this table top oven, one needs to learn the approximate time it takes to cook frozen or other foods.
Pizza may have to cook less time as one would use in a conventional Natural Gas or Electric oven.
Not a real problem, its primarily up to the operator and manual or the printed instructions on the food packaging is really just a starting point.
Cleaning the inside is easy, it may be a little tricky to clean the glass on the front door.
I lift it about halfway +/- and get behind e.g. clean the inside of the glass in this way. It works, but is a little cumbersome.
I read in some review about the bump on the back and what purpose it would serve.
In my opinion, this is
A. to keep a distance from the wall (it can get very hot) and
B. if a 12" round pizza is to fit into the oven, it has to have some room.
I don't think that the swivel door is easy to remove, although with the right tools, anything is possible.
Is it worth it, just to clean the glass, absolutely not, as long as I can reach the inside, performing a few handstands.
Someone said, there would be no way to change the cooking timer or temperature, once the oven has started.
Perhaps I have a different version of Firmware in mine, since I can change both on the fly.
Also, the manual states to unplug the oven every time after use.
Technically, there is no reason to do so. The oven stays hot for a little while and any fat's / oils that may have dripped onto the heating elements might trigger a fire. The manufacturer may want to cover this aspect, perhaps they may have had an incident prior e.g. the food was taken out the oven was still running an lit a fire, or something like that. So they feel it is safer to unplug after use to take away any energy source.
Someone raised concern about the display to break id it is on all the time.
LCD's have quite a life time and use a minimum on energy, down in the micro amps (very low consumption) to keep the display working.
In my version the backlight switches off after a predetermined time.
I am out of logical reasons for unplugging the device after use, other than having a very slight chance of causing a fire!
This is in my opinion no issue if everyone uses caution and don't leave it unattended during and a little while after cooking.
I personally like to use aluminum foil to cover the drip pan, it is so much easier to keep it clean.
If you decide to do so, place the reflective side upwards, so the heat reflects up towards the food.
Other than the above, I don't have much more to say about this cooking device.
I just like it, it cooks fast and is a convenient alternative for small portions of food.
Toasting for bread isn't that even, but it's nice for bagels and English muffins. It's nice to bake small items.
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I also love the convection heating option to evenly cook everything.
only down fall is, the instructions say that using the Convection setting reduces your cook time by 25% but it really depends on the item.
I have found that it still takes almost the same amount of time just uses less hydro then starting the big oven so it's still a win!