Secura Digital Halogen Infrared Turbo Convection Countertop Oven, Deluxe Package w/Extender Ring;Tong;Cook Racks 798DH
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- New Design with Digital & Fan Speed Control
- Close to microwave speed with oven quality
- Low fat cooking: allows the user to cook without excess fat or oil
- Self cleaning, Detachable power cord, Hinged Arm Extension Device
- Standard Stainless Steel Accessories: Tong, Dual Rack, Low Rack, Extender Ring
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Now I think I made a good choice, this oven performs even better than my old ones. It's more convenient to use with the hinged arm oven top, and the cord is detachable, my old Nuwave and Flavorwave oven don't have a detachable cord, so when you lift the oven's head, you need to hold and drag the cord with you. This looks like a minor improvement on Secura oven makes our life much easier.
Well the cooking result is also amazing. Cook for the same amount of time, same temp setting as my nuwave and flavorwave oven. In my opinion, the flavorwave oven and the Secura Oven are pretty the same result, quicker and juicier and you feel more favor and natural. But with the similar price, I got an extender ring, and 2 standard racks with my Secura Oven. Nuwave and flavorwave, they don't offer the extender ring for free, (extender ring's value is about $30). I used the extender ring to cook the whole chicken several times, it's very useful, a must have accessory.
This is my first product review on Amazon, and I looked all the reviews here before I bought this oven, and I think sharing some good experience is very good thing to do. I hope more and more people know this good product, and use it.Read more ›
After 9 months, our Nuwave see-thru plastic shell cracked. Even before the cracking, it became opaque like an worn plastic car headlight. The white plastic base was already yellowing as well. The Nuwave was still functional, but it was too big and got uglier by the day. The heating unit on top was very sturdy and of a resistor design similiar to most conventional electric stovetops - it probably wouldn't break for a decade.
On the other hand, the Secura Digital (SD) has a glass body shell which I greatly prefer. I don't think it is tempered, which means one shouldn't put it in cold water while hot or it may crack. Otherwise, it's a much cleaner and better design. The heating unit is halogen, like the 500w utilitarian work lights around. Halogen lights seem prone to breaking, but our oven is still is in one piece after 3 months of extensive use. Should the heating lamp break, it can be replaced for $35 and seems like a simple procedure to replace. It's rated for 2000 or 3000 hours, I believe, and the filament seems thicker (and hopefully sturdier) than said worklights.
The Nuwave has 4 big pieces to clean. The clear plastic shell covered in splatter, the gray metal drip pan, the white base (which always has meat juices in it after use, for some reason), and the metal rack. All these pieces are large, they will hog all the room of the bottom rack of a dishwasher.
The SD has 2 medium-large pieces to clean - the bottom glass shell and the metal rack.Read more ›
*The taste of meats and fish are superior. The oven cooks by infrared heat and convection. Convention means that air is circulated around the food, which seals in the juices. Meats & fish are very moist and tender inside--better than I have been able to produce by other methods of home cooking.
*I like the design because the top flips up and will stay in that position. Competing products that I have tried require one to lift the hot cover up and over the food, and put it...somewhere. The top is a little wobbly when in the up position, but it's still the best design I have seen.
*I like the glass bowl design...I can put it in the dishwasher should I need to (though it does take up a lot of space).
*I like to line the bottom with aluminum foil to minimize cleanup.
*The oven comes with racks, but I wanted extras. On Amazon, I got some small roasting racks..I couldn't find round ones, but found some 6x9 rectangular ones. For small meals, like 2 chicken breasts, I put the rack over an aluminum pie tin(usually lined with foil so I can reuse it), and then put the chicken breasts on top so air can circulate well around them. If you want to get them higher up in the oven put the bottom rack below the pie tin. Smaller racks = less to wash.
*When cooking potatoes (40-45 min) and sweet potatoes (25-35 min), I usually flip them over half way through cooking. Browning is more even.
*Do not expect instantaneous cooking...as a conservative estimate, I would say that cooking times are from 60 to 75% of other methods.
*Fats & oils from the food tend to discolor the protective grill on the heating element.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good while worked. The heating element burned out within a year. the two levels cooking does not work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by newjc
Love it, wish they still had them so I could get for my family members!Published 10 months ago by RMTWKM
I liked it until it stopped working a few weeks after purchase. I purchased the extended warranty. I file a claim but I have yet to hear back from anyone.Published 14 months ago by M Byrd
I love my Secura! The bulb must've been a dud, because it burned out after only a few uses. However, I contacted the company and they sent me a free replacement. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mr. Bigglesworth