|Model Name||TOA-60 AirFryer Convection Toaster Oven|
|Mounting Hardware||Toaster Oven, Baking pan, Air Fryer Rack/Basket, Oven rack, 40oz. Olive Oil Spray Bottle|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Standing screen display size||12 Inches|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Item model number||TOA-60|
|Product Dimensions||39.37 x 40.64 x 35.56 cm; 9.53 Kilograms|
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
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- 1800-Watts with 7 functions: air fry, convection bake, convection broil, bake, broil, Warm, toast
- 0. 6 cubic foot non-stick interior with oven light. Dimensions (L x W x H): 15. 50 x 16. 00 x 14. 00 inches
- Capacity: toast 6 slices of bread, air fry 3lbs of chicken wings, bake a 12-inch pizza or roast a 4 pound chicken
- Adjustable thermostat with 60-minute timer/auto shutoff, toast shade selector-timer.UC Cubic Feet: 3.249 lb
- Includes: oven rack, baking pan, air fryer rack/basket. Mc cubic feet: 3. 390
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Disclaimer: I've always had toaster ovens as a kitchen accessory and have had to learn each one of their quirks. This one has fewer than many I've owned. That said, it cooks fast. Very fast. Where with my previous one you had to bump the temp about 25 degrees more than you thought needed and could walk away from it, this one cooks in much less than the time expected and you need to watch it carefully. That should change as we learn how it performs. It seems best to fade back a bit from the recommended times and temps in their manual and recipe book. This thing is powerful.
My favorite dish so far is chicken wing drumettes. I've always cooked my famous buffalo wings in a peanut oil deep-fryer, then dip them in sauce and dry them for a bit in the oven. Set this at 400 on air-fry, cook for 10 minutes, flip them over and cook for 10 more and they honestly look like I just pulled them out of my fryer. My wife swears they are even better. Traitor!
Garlic toast and English muffins seem to crisp up faster and retain inside moistness better than any toaster oven I've ever used. Frozen french fries and shrimp are a breeze. Tonight she did some fresh zucchini wedges that I was sure were going to be boring and they turned out awesome.
Long story short, we love it so far and look forward to experimenting with it for years to come. We've had great luck with Cuisinart appliances over the years and in the few times we had problems with them, their customer service people have bent over backwards to help us and always treated us fairly.
Love it and if it blew up tomorrow, I'd buy it again.
The first is quality control. On the first unit I had, only 2 of the 4 upper heating elements would ever work on any setting. (Note that only the outer 2 are enabled on some settings, such as broil, so that appears to be at least somewhat normal.) Moreover, the timer was wrong -- set it to 10 minutes, and you get 14. Set it to 20, and you get 24. Very consistently off like that. On these grounds, I returned it.
The replacement has working heating elements, but its timer runs 6 minutes long: 15 minutes gets you 21. This is very consistent. The label on the timer clearly had an inappropriately large gap between 10 minutes and 0, and this seems to be a design defect for the entire unit. I saw a lot of people here complain about the unit being too hot. I did not experience that, but it is possible that the timer's inaccuracy would cause people to think that. The replacement unit also had uneven feet and doesn't sit quite still on the counter.
Secondly, the Cuisinart service. They could not tell me the difference between convection bake, convection broil, and convection air fry. Moreover, they promised to have a replacement for my timer problem at my door in 7-10 days. It's been more than that, and all they say when I call is that the warehouse is "processing". They said it could take weeks for "processing", and it would be 7-10 days after THAT. They also outright lied to me (saying the warehouse didn't have a phone; found the number on the Internet).
So if you're wondering about the different settings, here's what they do:
Convection bake: both bottom elements and outer two upper elements
Convection broil: outer two upper elements only
Air fry: all 4 upper elements only
This isn't clearly stated in the manual and Cuisinart doesn't seem to know what their own product does.
All three of these have the fan on high. The non-convection bake and broil have the fan on low but are otherwise the same.
Bottom line: do not buy this for the warranty. It is so slow as to be indistinguishable from not existing. Buy it and a $5 digital kitchen timer.