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Kenmore Elite Digital Countertop Convection Oven, Large enough to accommodate a 12-inch pizza
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- Brushed stainless steel
- Large enough to accommodate a 12-inch pizza
- 1800-watt toaster oven
- Set: Convection oven, 1 wire rack
- Digital LED readout
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With the versatility and performance of a full-size oven, this Kenmore Elite digital countertop convection oven offers a more convenient way to cook. Large enough to accommodate a 12-inch pizza, this toaster oven features six cooking functions and an LED display for easy digital use. One wire racks and a pan help you get crafty in the kitchen, while the 1800-watt quartz heating technology makes short work of baking, toasting and reheating. Finished with a brushed stainless steel exterior, this toaster oven enhances your kitchen's decor.
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KENMORE OBVIOUSLY DOES NOT TEST THEIR PRODUCTS THEMSELVES OR THEY WOULD SEE THESE MASSIVE and UNACCEPTABLE PROBLEMS and FIX THEM!!
DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND FIND ANOTHER BRAND FOR YOUR TOASTER/CONVECTION OVEN.
I'm on my 3rd toaster oven ... I'm single, so it makes sense for me, and this one lasted the longest, but I would really like to fine one that lasts longer and when I see one listed for $200 or more, I usually look for MULTIPLE users who have had the model in use for more than a year, or if they offer more than a year warranty, I'll give it a try, but I'm not impressed with the longevity of these ovens.
I do wonder if the fact that they don't seem to 'shield' them very well from the high temps (all that I have used have been pretty hot on the outside and I broil my pizzas!), so maybe that's part of the problem, but I'm just a cook, not an engineer. : ). Anyway, good luck to the rest of you!