Plenty of room. Handy convection feature. Good for both reheating and cooking food. Has an easy-access crumb tray and interior light. Heats quickly and cooks evenly, too.
Front of the toaster oven gets very hot. Difficult to read controls.
Inexpensive unit with sleek stainless-steel design. Compact size fits in small kitchens. Removable crumb tray makes toaster easy to use and clean. Features a 30-minute timer. 2 rack height options.
Some users found the interior a little smaller than expected.
Looks great on the countertop. Quick heating. Knobs don't get hot to the touch like some other models. Features a 60-minute timer.
Door gets very hot. No indicator light to tell when desired temperature is reached.
Comes with a roasting pan and rack that can be positioned at 2 different heights. Quiet convection function. Heats and toasts quickly. Easy to clean. Auto shut-off timer.
No option to bake without convection. Temperatures fluctuate.
Has a safe, insulated handle. Features a pizza drawer that cooks pies quickly. Control knobs are easy to use. Has a convenient warming feature. A 60-minute timer with an auto shut-off.
Timer is not precise. Easy to burn food. Big for some countertops.
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For a small household, a good toaster oven may be all the appliance needed for cooking many meals. Toaster ovens can offer a lot of functionality. Some have extra space to operate as a double oven. They can bake, broil and, of course, toast reliably. They are a very portable, little appliance that can turn nearly any space into a cooking area. They are more energy efficient than a regular oven – particularly if you are cooking for one. The Oster company makes toaster ovens with a variety of functions. The company specializes in a convection toaster oven, which allows warm air to surround the food more efficiently, making your toaster more oven-like than other brands.