Cuisinart Toaster Oven Broiler

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Cuisinart Toaster Oven Broiler
Price: $59.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $15 Two-Day OR $18 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Tuesday, Aug 12 to Wednesday, Aug 13) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Sorry woot, but don’t buy this. Costo sells the same model and I picked one up but promptly returned it because it was infuriating to use. The interface is dreadful. Simple tasks like setting the temp or time become cumbersome because of the poor interface.

Yes, but will it fit a Totino’s Party Pizza?

Loving our Breville 800. Gave up waiting for one here at Woot since the smaller 450 or 650 seemed to be the one offered.

Whatever you do, don’t mess with KitchenAid unless you like constantly failing function control switch/knobs. Seemed dangerous with the electrical odors coming from it. Went thru 3 of ovens before giving up. Thankfully Macy’s took care of us since the last one was barely out of warranty.

Countertop/Toaster ovens can be a great way to save energy and heat up your kitchen less in the summer.

  1. They use, at most, often a lot less than, half the power of a full size oven.

  2. Since they are smaller, they heat up much faster so they also use that lower power for less time.

  3. For the above reasons, they heat up your kitchen less and cool off faster.

But for ideal energy optimization, also use a conventional toaster, if you have space. For toasting bread, a toaster uses less energy than a countertop oven.

We rarely use our full sized oven since we chose a large countertop oven.

Bonus: in a power outage you can bake/heat frozen foods using a smaller generator.

Did anyone else notice in the specs that this thing is 19 FEET long

[MOD: For making ALL the toast. Fixed.]

Anyone tried one of these for reflow soldering?

I agree with everything you pointed out above 100%.

I have used a Cuisinart toaster oven which I bought over 2 years ago in place of the full size oven. Never had a problem with it at all and do not miss using the full size oven.
I’m a single Senior Citizen and it is a lot more convenient to use, plus it saves on the electric bill tremendously.

I also have the same one from Costco. Agreed on the user interface issue… I have no idea how they decided it was user-friendly. We live with it, but if you’re going to get a new one just get a different unit.

Gosh, All those muffins listed and not one photo for each one?!
Someone dropped the ball!

Not sure why it wouldn’t work just fine for that. If you aren’t putting food in it anyway you can use it for a powder coat oven too.

Interesting thoughts. Seems like it would be far more precise than a blow dryer. :wink:

I hadn’t thought of that. Great idea!

Hi Folks,

Saw this oven this A.M., and came back to buy a few moments ago - BUT I took the time to read the review/comments, and became a tiny bit concerned. This brand is generally fairly decent - I am unsure what the complaint is - unsure why the user controls are confusing - can someone enlighten me please - are the confusing controls actually a product defect that can be overcome by becoming used to or familiar with the oven please? It is hard to get a good oven product with an enclosed cooking fan to distribute the cooking air inside the oven for less than 75.00. Oh, I know I have not used the correct terms for the products features - sorry…memory is shot whith age :slight_smile: )I appreciate any comments/suggestions and or help and thanks,

Sincerely,

Nic Walker

I bought this model at Costco a year or two ago. Use it almost exclusively (over the oven). Love the convection oven feature. YES, the controls aren’t real user friendly but once you figure it out it really isn’t bad. Time starts at 10 minutes, to get a shorter time, you hit hour 3 times and it goes to 0 minutes and you can increase from there. Temp is pretty straight-forward. You must hit start or it forgets your settings and stays off. Yes, you can put anything up to the Freshetta sized pizza in this oven.

“USER INTERFACE” IS THE WORDING I WAS LOOKING FOR AND CONFUSED ABOUT…PLEASE SOMEONE IN THE KNOW ANSWER THIS AS IT IS ALMOST TIME FOR THE PRODUCT OT OFF SALE AND IF I CAN ADAPT TO IT EASLY I WANT TO BUY IT… I NORMALLY DO NOT DETAIL THE NEXT FACT BUT THINK I SHOULD IN THIS INSTANCE AS IT MAY EXPLAIN SOME OF MY WORRIES - I AM A 100% COMBAT DISABLED VIETNAM VETERAN AND IT TAKES A GREAT DEAL MORE TO UNDERSTAND SOME OF THE NEW OR CURRENT PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS AT TIMES - IN OTHER WORDS I …NEED HELP WITH THIS PLEASE…THANKS,

NIC

NOT MUCH TIME LEFT…

I GUESS FORGET IT …1 MINUTE LEFT BY THE TIME I FINISH WRITING THIS THE MINUTE WILL BE GONE AND THE OVEN NOT FOR SALE ANYMORE …thanks