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Oster 6058 6-Slice Digital Convection Toaster Oven, Stainless Steel

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  • 6-slice convection toaster oven with digital display
  • Adjustable temperature with bake, broil, toast, pizza, and dehydrate functions
  • Stainless steel housing; interior light; 60-minute timer with auto shut-off
  • Includes baking pan, 1 cooking rack and crumb tray
  • Measures 14 by 22 by 16 inches; 1-year limited warranty. The dimensions listed are of the product box, not the oven itself
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Attractively housed in durable stainless steel, this ultra-convenient toaster oven features convection technology for faster, more thorough cooking. The unit's spacious interior can hold up to six slices of bread at a time or a 12-inch pizza, while its digital display makes it simple to set the temperature from 150 to 450 degrees F. Choose from a variety of cooking functions including bake, broil, toast, pizza, and dehydrate. A 60-minute timer with automatic shut-off and a bell signal provides added convenience, while an auto-advance rack allows for safely removing cooked foods. Other highlights include an interior light, cool-touch handles, and double-wall construction for enhanced cooking performance and heat retention. Accessories include a durable baking pan and broiler insert, one removable/reversible chrome-plated cooking rack and a removable crumb tray. The toaster oven measures 14 by 22 by 16 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 22.2 x 16.5 x 14.2 inches
Item Weight 15 pounds
Shipping Weight 19.9 pounds
Manufacturer Oster
ASIN B000GXZLLO
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Item model number 6058
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4.0 out of 5 stars 243 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #177,998 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#191 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Ovens & Toasters > Toaster Ovens
Date first available at Amazon.com July 15, 2006

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By Nick Damato on January 24, 2007
I'm giving this convection/toaster 5 stars based on it's performance at it's price range and class. You can spend 3-4 times as much on a professional countertop convection oven like the Franklin convection oven (Amazon ASIN: B000BQ0CP6) for $250 and get a better product. However, I've used both and by comparison I think you really get your money's worth with this product.

We've had ours for about a month now and use it daily. The results are amazing. I've made numerous frozen pizzas, a meatloaf, cookies, brownies, loads of toast and lots of french fries among other things. The oven performed quite well in all cases. There is definitely a little bit of a learning curve and I goofed up a few things before I figured out how to use it. I would definitely recommmend reading the directions and following many of the recommendations for rack and food placement. That is actually very important.

Some examples of "tweaks" are as follows: With brownies you need a lower temperature than the box states when using convection and you might want to use a combination of convection and regular baking for cakes and browines.

With chocolate chip cookies you want to go with straight convection heat and depending on the mix you use you'll need to tweak the cycle. Cookies bake in much less time but you can get abolutely perfect and uniformly colored cookies! No more burnt bottoms! For example Ghiardelli dry cookie mix from the box cooks a little differently than the frozen dough that comes in a chub, even though the baking instructions on the packages are about the same. As you might expect you can only make about 6 average cookies, or biscuits at a time.

The convection bake is excellent for making all kinds of frozen french fries that come out perfect every time.
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I wanted a toaster oven which could toast things you can't put in a toaster (such as bread with cheese on top) as well as to have an alternative to using my large oven when cooking small portions. It also had to have the convection (fan) feature, which I find really helps to cook food faster and more evenly.

The functionality is all there: it's spacious and it toasts, bakes, convection bakes, and broils (but I use my main oven for broiling as I find it too messy to use a toaster oven). It even has a little light inside so you can check on the food. And the timer also works as a clock. It's a great value.

The downside, and my only reason for not giving this oven 5 stars, is that the outside gets extremely hot, especially the glass door. If you grasp the handle from the top (over-handed), your knuckles get burned by the top lip of the door - which is not insulated. When I spoke with a rep from Oster (kudos for having a toll-free number and a wait time of only 2 minutes), he confirmed that that is the way it is made and there is no solution other than returning it.

If you don't have children who may touch the glass door or try to open it, and you can remember to always open it under-handed, this is a very nice oven.
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First let me say that I decided on this oven because I refuse to spend a lot on another toaster oven. They don't live a long time (except for the Cuisinart), and so why spend top dollar? I love this oven. I also purchased it at Costco ($60.00). It was replacing my old, would never buy again Delonghi Toaster Oven, and a Panasonic Infrared Toaster Oven that went right back to Amazon after 3 days. The only thing that compares is the Cuisinart convection toaster oven that I had. It was THE PERFECT TOASTER OVEN, but a little too small for our needs. If you don't need a big oven, don't mess with anything else and get the Cuisinart!

Yes, it takes eons to make toast in this baby. (Way more than 6 minutes. Most often between 8-11 minutes!) It's a big oven. But, unlike the other reviewer, my toast, no matter what kind of bread, turns out perfectly golden like my bread was sitting out in St. Tropez. The rack must be in the center position and shaped like a "U" when looking at it from the front for the perfect slice. It also can handle nearly 6 full english muffins at one time. (Great for big families.) I have also found that it will toast things one right after another without getting increasingly browner with each batch. (But it does get faster, with each successive batch.)

I would like having the unit interior 1/2" larger from side to side. It will nearly fit a 9"x13" pan, I mean by less than 1/3"!...which would be great in summer to almost never use my big oven. So, I'm not sure why the manufacturer wouldn't have gone the extra 1/2". I mean, it's already a huge oven...might as well go for it. If you are a small family, or have a super small kitchen, this oven might not be for you.
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I purchased this convection toaster oven at costco's for $60.00. I've used it to make choc chip cookies and egg rolls so far. I've only had it a few days. It cooked everything perfect. The cookies normally bake 20 min, but using the convection bake, it took 12 mins. I am very, very pleased so far and can't wait to try other things. Perfect for my son to use. No longer heating big oven for small portions. Definitely recommend at any price. Also, good free oster Customer service for any questions you may have.
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