|Item model number||TRO-110C|
|Product Dimensions||31.75 x 33.02 x 39.37 cm; 6.35 Kilograms|
Oyama TRO-110C Turbo Convection Oven, 12 L, White
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- Able to Bake, Grill, Steam or Roast
- Attractive, easy to clean glass
- 12 liter tempered heat resistant glass cooking bowl provides ample cooking space for a variety of foods
- Separate dials for setting temperature and cooking time
- 2 Wire cooking racks, plate tong and instruction manual with recipes included.The handle on the lid works as a safety mechanism,if thelid is not on properly or the lid is off the oven,it will automatically turn off
- Baking up to 482 degrees F/250 degrees C
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OYAMA Turbo Convection Oven. Cook healthier meals by using super heated circulating air to cook foods within their own juices. Now you can broil, bake, roast and grill quickly with just one appliance. Whether roasting a full chicken or grilling a steak, each meal will cook to perfection without burning because this oven cooks only with super heated air. See your meals cook right before your eyes in the impact and high temperature resistant 10.5 liter glass cooking container. Comes with a built-in timer and temperature selection dials for cooking convenience.
- Tempered glass bowl with metal base stand
- Glass lid with heating control unit
- Tongs to remove rack from bowl after cooking
- Metal lid stand
- High and low racks
- Instruction manual with recipes included
1 year limited warranty.
All the conveniences of a regular oven on your countertop
Simple to understand controls
2 dial easy operation - Set the temperature and then set the cooking time. The oven will automatically shut off when timer goes to zero.
Lid handle has safety shut off when lifted
Place handle down fully to begin cooking again.
Multiple ways to cook your meals.
Roasts and browns meats to perfection.
Use a high rack with high heat to broil meats with a crispy outer texture while keeping the insides juicy.
Grill foods with less oil and fat. Watch the fats and oils drip away while cooking.
Bake perfect small cakes, muffins, cupcakes or whatever else your imagination can think of.
Two racks for double cooking
Using high and low rack together, enables you to double your cooking space, saving time and energy!
This oven can perfectly dehydrate many different kinds of foods locking in the flavor.
Roast foods together
Combine meats and vegetables together to blend complimentary flavors in your meals!
With convection cooking, a fan is used to circulate hot air, which air frys many different foods using little or no oil!
1. If you are cooking foods that tend to come out dry, while using a rack try also adding a little water to the bottom of the bowl to add more moisture to the foods you are cooking.
2. For more recipes, search on-line for 'Turbo Oven recipes'.
3. Wash Cycle - Set the oven timer to 20 minutes and set the temperature to wash cycle/ thaw. Add 1 inch of water to the bottom of bowl with a teaspoon of liquid dish soap. This should soften the baked on food spatter. After cycle, use a damp rag to wipe off the food spatter on the inner surfaces and the inner metal lid shield.
Oyama Turbo Oven accessory kit instruction booklet
Oyama Turbo Oven accessory kit
Available to purchase separately: Expand your Turbo Oven's cooking abilities with this 6-piece set
- 3" Stainless Steel Extender ring
- Frying pan
- Stainless steel wire mesh tray
- Steamer Tray
- Bundt cake pan
- Steaming tray
- Oven lid holder
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1. It cooks foods MUCH FASTER than the Nuwave does (I cooked leg quarters in there for a total of 15 minutes, where as in the Nuwave oven I had to do 13-15 minutes/ side)
2. The Glass bowl makes for MUCH FASTER AND EASIER CLEANUP, plus it's self-cleaning ("angel's chorus")
3. Just as much fat and grease is drained from your food as in comparison to the Nuwave oven.
4. It's SUPER EASY to use.
I wished I had purchased this thing YEARS ago, I would've saved a FORTUNE!!!
So far I have used it to cook a whole chicken, chicken pieces, steaks, baked potatoes, fries, cookies, roasted seeds, pies, and more. It is wonderful to be able to clearly see all of your food, and gauge the amount of browning going on. About the only thing it can't do is make soups, or deep fry or stay on longer than an hour.
My main complaints are all really just nits, but, in the interest of being thorough, I will mention them anyway:
1.) The unit comes with a weird set of "tongs" for pulling the 2 included racks out of the oven. You have to be careful to only use them to grasp the outer edges of these racks away from the legs. If you give into temptation and try to grab the inner rack bars, they can flip and dump your food into the oven. Not a big deal, but the tongs can be a little tricky to fit between the rack and the walls of the oven. The tongs also work well to lift pie plates from the oven.
2.) The spacing of the racks is wide enough to fit a good sized finger. As a result, smaller foods like french fries can easily fall through. This can be easily remedied with the purchase of a narrower spaced rack, like a cake rack.
3.) The size of the racks does not offer a lot of real estate for spreading out something like fries, although to be fair, I was able to spread out 2 potatoes worth of fries. Also come on, this is only a counter top sized unit with only two rack levels.
4.) There is a very heavy gauged "wire" rack that holds the lid and heater when not in use. It works well for this purpose, but for some reason, when it is not in use, I keep knocking to on the floor. This is probably due to the smooth chrome construction, my granite countertops, and my personal clumsiness.
5.) There is a mode for cleaning the unit. You fill the bowl about 1/3 water, add some dish detergent, and set it to the wash setting. The fan will slosh the water around. I suppose this might eventually clean some stuck on food, but is it easier to wash by hand, unless you are a truly lazy person. Still it is interesting to try this with just water as it really help you to understand the wind turbulence, of the fan. You can easily see the difference made by placing a pie plate or other obstructions, on the top rack.
6.) you are not supposed to turn the timer backwards. I hear rumors that this can break the timer. I have not tested this, and haven't needed to. It is a simple matter to turn the temperature dial to Off and or unplug the unit if there is still time on the dial.
All in all, I am very happy with my purchase and would recommend this unit.
Cons: Things like burgers and steaks do not do well compared to grilling them or frying in a pan, all the juice drips out if on the rack and they get dry or if you put them on foil they just soak in the grease and are still dry. I have used this thing everyday for almost a year and I like it but I have a bigger issue with it. The cleaning of the lid. Over time fine mist from grease and other greasy vapor from meat will accumulate on the lid turning it brown. The head unit is not detachable from the dome lid and you cannot submerge the head because the electronics are in there. Unless you clean the lid after every use it will become dirty and disgusting looking there should be a way to remove the lid and put it in the dishwasher or sink.
Here's some problems with this unit:
The unit takes longer to heat up, comes on more often to maintain the temp., and most foods are cooked only 10 minutes faster than my conventional oven, so I think any energy saving is negligible.
This unit pulls 1300 watts, and the plug gets hot when in use. All the electric outlets along my countertop are on the same circuit breaker, so using the toaster or microwave with this unit going will blow the breaker.
Putting food into and removing from this unit is much more difficult than my conventional oven.
Meats must be turned over halfway through the cooking time or they will be overcooked on one side.
If the unit burns out after only a year, the cons outweigh the pros, even if the purchase price is low.
I won't buy another one.