Waring Pro TCO650 Digital Convection Oven
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- Capacity of .6 cubic feet, 1500 watts
- Bake, convection-bake, broil, toast, and pizza functions
- Holds 6 slices of bread or a 12-inch pizza. Digital 60-minute timer with LCD display and touchpad controls
- Product Dimensions Exterior Dimensions : (D x W x H): 14.5 x 17 x 10.75" and Interior Dimensions (D x W x H): 10.5 x 12 x 8.5"
- Includes oven rack, baking pan, and crumb tray. The unit has to be placed at least 6 inches away from the wall or a combustible material. When using the Convection Toaster Oven, pull the unit out a minimum of 6 inches away from the wall or other cords
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Waring Pro TCO650 Digital Convection Toaster Oven
Why turn on the big oven? With this big 0.6 cubic foot, 1500-watt Waring Pro Professional Toaster Oven, you can bake, convection bake, broil, toast – even cook a pizza – right on the countertop. Easy-to-use and even easier-to-clean touchpad controls sit just below an LCD display that gives you a clear view of temperatures and the 60-minute digital timer. Comes with an oven rack, baking pan and easy-to-empty crumb tray. Countertop cooking is smart, energy efficient, and always in style with Waring Pro!
FAQs About Convection Baking
What is Convection?
Answer: In your Convection Toaster Oven there is a built-in fan that circulates the hot air in the oven chamber to better heat the food.
How do I adjust the time for Convection?
Answer: On average, convection will shorten the cooking time by 30%, but it varies by food and it is suggested to go with a shorter cooking time to start with and then add time if it is needed.
What are the best foods to use with Convection?
Answer: While a shorter cooktime is often desirable, baked goods in particular benefit from convection cooking as the circulating air keeps oven temperature consistent throughout.
- 0.6 cubic foot capacity
- 1500 watts of power
- Holds 6 slices of bread or a 12-inch pizza
- Digital 60-minute timer with LCD display and touch pad controls
- Product Dimensions (D x W x H): 14.5 x 17 x 10.75-inches
- Interior Dimensions (D x W x H): 10.5 x 12 x 8.5-inches
- Weight: 22.8 lbs.
Cleaning your Convection Toaster Oven
Step 1: Turn oven off, then unplug unit and let it cool.
Step 2: Wipe unit down with damp cloth. Do NOT immerse in water. Make sure to use only mild, soapy water.
Step 3: Remove crumb tray by pulling out from base of oven.
Step 4: Shake off crumbs from crumb tray. Cleaning the crumb tray often will avoid any accumulations.
Step 4: Wash the oven rack, baking pan, and crumb tray in hot, sudsy water. Oven crumb tray is located on inside bottom of oven. Note: These parts are not dishwasher safe. Please hand wash and dry.
What's in the Box
Convection oven, oven rack, baking pan, crumb tray and instruction manual.
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My remarks on some of the complaints. 1st the bell. I approve. I sometimes forget that I have something in the oven and the bell is a great reminder. The one person I felt had a legitimate complaint about the bell was the lady with the sleeping baby. It would be nice to have a hook on the door to pull the rack out but I don't care. I just use my ov-glove or a pair of tongs to pull it out. And speaking of racks, it would be nice to have an extra one but they can be purchased through the Waring web site for $21.00 as of 12/7/12. I don't think I have seen this next complaint for Waring but I have seen it for other toaster ovens. The complaint is that the oven gets hot on the outside!!! I don't know what planet these people are on but the last time I checked just about any kind of oven one wants to consider, will get hot when in use. My slow cooker gets hot even on low range. The oven will get too hot to touch but if the handle is too hot, send the unit back.
That is all I have to say,
First assignment we gave it: baking frozen breaded fish patties. It performed admirably.
The front panel buttons allow you to select easily between bake, broil, and toast. After selecting "bake", you then rotate the control knob to select the desired temp, in 25 degree steps. Then you depress the knob to select the time. You choose either "0" or "1" hour, then repress the knob again to select the minutes. You can rotate the knob in either direction, which makes selecting the minutes go faster, depending on the number you want. Then depress the "Start" button and it's off and running.
A nice loud (but not too loud, in my opinion) electronic beep signals you when it's done, and the oven shuts off automatically. Yep, the oven got as hot as the fish bag called for, and the breaded fish fillets came out perfect - crispy on the outside, and sufficiently cooked on the inside.
Next assignment: broiling shrimp, in the shell, that we had butterflied and marinated.
Raised the rack to its highest position, depressed the "broil" button, pulled the door open slightly (there is a built-in detent to keep it open the correct amount, about 1 inch), waited a bit for it to come up to speed, then put the shrimp under the broiler and returned the door to its slightly ajar position. Set the timer for a couple of minutes, and began watching it carefully.
We didn't really rely on the timer on this one because only a minute or two would be needed to properly broil the shrimp until the shells just turned orange. The shrimp came out perfect.
But would it also do toast properly?
We put the rack in the middle, loaded it with 4 slices of whole wheat bread, depressed the "toast" button and left the knob setting at the default setting of "3". After a couple of minutes, it beeped and the toast was done. Slightly darker on top than on the bottom, but both sides were nicely done. A slight grid pattern on the bread, due to the rack it rests on. Decided I wanted to try a slightly less toasted run, so reloaded the rack with 4 fresh slices of bread, set the knob for "2" this time. Again the toast came out well, but slightly less toasted, as desired. Again the top was slightly more toasted than the bottom, but the difference between the two sides was again acceptable, as far as we were concerned.
We have not yet tried baking a deep dish item like a meat loaf or a chicken. But either of those items would fit in the oven if you set the rack on the lowest position, and I suspect the oven would perform just fine for either of those baking assignments also. The back of the oven is rounded, so a 12" pizza will also fit, but we haven't tried that in the oven yet either, but I see no reason why it wouldn't come out perfectly also.
This toaster oven is a keeper!
Since my wife gave me a Cooper oven thermometer (top choice by Cook's Magazine) for Christmas, I decided to run some temp checks on the Waring this afternoon. I tested 4 different temperature settings of the oven, and list below the temperature reading indicated on the Cooper compared to what I had dialed in on the Waring.
O degree variance ----- at 450 degree oven setting
0 degree variance ----- at 425 degree oven setting
-10 degree variance ----- at 375 degree oven setting
-5 degree variance ----- at 325 degree oven setting
The Waring appears to be very accurate indeed, running only a few degrees low, and only on the lower temp setting.
First, let me say that customer service is staffed with real people in the U.S.A. I ended up needing to call twice and they were very helpful both times. No long wait times and no need to go through multiple levels of automated menu options to get the answers I needed.
Bake = default temp is 350 degrees.
Convection Bake = default temp is 350 degrees and fan is activated to circulate heat.
Pizza = default temp is 400 degrees and fan is active to circulate heate.
Broil = default temp is 450 degrees and only the upper heating element is active.
Toast = upper and lower heating elements are active.
Bagel = only the upper heating element is active.
BTW, the instruction booklet is available for download at the "waringpro" website.