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Oster Convection Toaster Oven, 6 Slice, Brushed Stainless Steel (TSSTTVRB04)
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- 6-slice toaster oven with convection technology for faster, more even cooking
- Wide temperature range of 150 to 450 degrees F lets you cook with convenience of an oven
- Versatile toast, bake, and adjustable broil functions; 60-minute timer with auto shut-off
- 2 rack positions to accommodate a wide variety of foods from tall roasts to pizza
- Includes removable crumb tray and durable baking pan
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Cook with the convenience of an oven on your countertop using the Oster 6-Slice Convection Toaster Oven. Featuring a sleek brushed stainless steel housing, this toaster oven uses convection technology to distribute heat evenly for thorough cooking and excellent results. The oven's generously sized interior offers enough space to accommodate a large frozen pizza, while its adjustable rack can be placed in two positions, so you can customize the space whether you’re cooking a tall roast or baking chocolate chip cookies. An energy-efficient alternative to turning on the full-size oven, this countertop toaster offers three user-friendly control dials for selecting the cooking function, adjusting the temperature to up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, and setting the 60-minute timer. The timer can also be turned to the stay-on position for continuous cooking. The Oster 6-Slice Convection Toaster Oven also features a transparent door for checking the status of your food at a glance, a wide easy-grip door handle, an easy-to-clean interior, and an internal removable crumb tray for convenient cleaning. It comes with a durable baking pan.
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1) Makes a loud grinding and whining noise when the convection fan is on...very worrisome.
2) The control panel of the one I received is NOT the same as what is in the picture. The knobs protrude so much that they actually obstruct the view of the temp and timer readings and I have to bend down to where my head is practically on the counter in order to set it, not to mention they look silly. They don't look this way in the picture.
On the positive side, it does a decent job of baking.
Can't recommend this because of the noise level of the fan. Maybe I just got a malfunctioning one, but I'm not ever buying this model again.
Update: I've grown used to the noisy fan and big knobs. It still does a good job on all the settings, and really that's what counts.
work like it is now for a couple years, I'll be happy.
So, down to the nitty gritty:
Looks like a decent quality toaster oven so I don't feel like I have to move it in and out of my cupboards to combat cheap toaster shame.
It preheats quickly and cooks evenly.
Can't even hear the convection fan whirring away- which is excellent in my book.
The timer ticks a bit and is a little stiff to turn, which makes me a bit concerned about it wearing out prematurely, but I'll publish that in an update if/when it happens.
It doesn't get overly hot in the counter, so having it to keep my south Texas kitchen cooler in the summer is working quite well.
I'm over 50 and need glasses for everything that involves small print/low light, but I can see the numbers and symbols on the knobs just fine.
Also it is not a big deal to turn the knob past 20 to start the timer. Really, people? What has this world come to? If that is going to bother your wimpy urban wrists, get a digital oven, for heaven's sakes.
All in all, I'm QUITE pleased with my energy saving little oven.