The Black & Decker Convection Countertop Toaster Oven cooks up to 20 percent faster than previous models. With substantial interior space, you can easily cook a 12-inch pizza or even fit six slices of bread. The light-to-dark toast timer allows for variation depending on what you’re making. Plus, toasting, baking and broiling are all available cooking functions.
Black & Decker 6-Slice Convection Countertop Toaster Oven, Silver:
- Convection heat: get faster pre-heat times and more even cooking with the specially engineered convection technology that circulates heat throughout the toaster oven for maximum efficiency
- 3 rack positions: fit a thin steak close under the broiler or cook an entire chicken
- The 3 rack positions give you the flexibility to cook foods of any size
- Improved capacity: enjoy an expanded interior capacity that can easily fit a 12″ pizza or 6 slices of bread
- External crumb tray: the crumb tray slides out from underneath the toaster oven, making it easier to clear away debris before it burns or leaves a mess on the countertop
- 60-minute timer: the precise timer features a stay-on function for longer cooking tasks
- Toast timer: shade selection turns out perfect results for up to 6 slices of toast at a time
- Bake pan and racks: the custom-fit bake pan and 2 mounting racks take the hassle out of countertop cooking
- Model# TO3000G
- we used this in our motorhome and will use it this summer at home , to avoid the oven being on
- I checked a lot of stores before picking this toaster oven. Price was on the money (pun intended), looks really expensive & works great. Delivery was as promised, 2 days. Love that feature. I would recommend this oven and the store to everyone. Love Walmart.
- This does NOT heat up the Kitchen! It cooks faster then a normal oven so you have to learn each time you cook something new.
- Works great. It’s big enough to fit a large pie dish and all my other lower profile casserole dushes. Needs a smaller sheet pan, but it comes with a small sheet pan to use. It heats very well and cooks all dishes throughout. I guess that’s the convection oven at work. Just what we needed to bake, broil and toast without using the large oven.
- We bought this to replace our old toaster oven of 15 years, the upper heating elements gave out. After much research we decided to go with the B & D and we are very pleased with the purchase. The controls are slightly different than the old unit and we like the new ones better. The timer for doing toast is right on. I hope it lasts as long as the old unit did.
- So far so good! I love that it is convenient for everything. I have to say however, I purchased a small cooking mat to fit and that was awesome for non stick items. I suggest doing the same and it fits perfectly between my oven and my fridge.
- biggest plus is it side. It is much taller than similarly priced toaster ovens. Not much of a convection though. Calling it a convection oven is quite a stretch. Also it’s extremely inexpensive in its construction. other than that I like that it has four heating elements and three shelves. I do have it on a high counter. When I open the door I feel as though the oven May tip over.does a good job of toasting and broiling and light baking.
- I love my new convection toaster. My food comes out crispy and done in minutes. Have told all my friends to get one. Doesn’t take up a lot of counter space. Love it
- Nice oven. Cooks well. Medium sized. Toasting and baking works great. But the instructions are horrible. I had to call manufacturer to figure out how to turn it on. The toasting/baking/convection knob to close together. If they fix that it would be a 5+ stars.
- We’ve always had an excellent experience with Kitchen Aid products. About 2 years ago we spent $150++ for a similar toaster oven produced by them. It was heavier, shinier, and worked fine. Until it didn’t. The heart of these ovens is the control panel with the knobs that manage the various cooking functions. These knobs get a tremendous amount of stress and strain from constant usage. And then they fail. In our case, less than 2 years from original purchase.When that happens, repairing the unit is about as easy as finding a reliable doctor to treat an ailment which has never bothered you before. In other words, its not easily done. So buy this product for $40 and if it fails, buy another one. Based on my Kitchen Aid experience you can go through about four of them before it starts to cost you money.
- Unpacked it and gave it a 6 minute test run and after that the timer would not work. When you’d turn it to any time limit it would fling back and go over to the always on setting. Very dangerous! If that happened and no one notices it could burn your house down with as hot as it gets on the sides and back.