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Cuisinart TOB-135 Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler, Brushed Stainless

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The Cuisinart TOB-135 Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler is designed with 9 functions, including convection for making delicious cakes, potatoes and roasts. Sized to accommodate a whole chicken, a 12-inch pizza, or 6 slices of bread, the unit is controlled by an electronic dial and LED buttons. The large blue back-lit

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The Cuisinart TOB-135 Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler is designed with 9 functions, including convection for making delicious cakes, potatoes and roasts. Sized to accommodate a whole chicken, a 12-inch pizza, or 6 slices of bread, the unit is controlled by an electronic dial and LED buttons. The large blue back-lit LCD allows for the quick and easy setting of function, temperature, and cook time. The Exact Heat sensor maintains precise oven temperatures, and the Always Even shade control ensure that toast consistently turns out the selected shade. Customer Care Number 1-800-726-0190.

There is a 1 minute power-loss back up system in the TOB-135; so if there is a power surge or the power goes out, after 1 minute the oven goes to the Default setting.

Product Features

  • Spacious 0.6 cubic-foot capacity fits 6 slices of bread or a 12-inch pizza
  • 9 functions; Digital controls with large blue backlit display; electronic dial and LED buttons
  • Convection fan cooks food faster and more evenly
  • Preheat ready signal; clock and 2-hour timer; automatic shutoff
  • Easy-clean nonstick interior; brushed stainless steel construction; slide-out crumb tray; includes baking tray, broiling rack and recipe book

Comments

Laurie A. Sheridan says:

Love it so far I chose this toaster oven after exhaustive research. Why so much time spent? Because I didn’t research at all the last one I bought about three years ago. That one was a pricey Cuisinart; so I thought to myself as I grabbed it off the shelf at Bed, Bath & Beyond that it must be a decent product. What a mistake. It was the most illogical, irritating thing imaginable. There was no “On-Off” button, and no “On” indicator light of any kind, so you never actually knew if it was on or off. The…

fizzy1000 says:

Nice little oven I bought this to replace my 7 year old model of similar design which I used on a daily basis. It heats pretty evenly at a slightly higher temp than the previous one, I set it 25 degrees lower than suggested temps. The convection works well and is much quieter than the previous model, you can barely hear it. No bulge on the side, either. I subtracted a star due to the door design, it is difficult to pull stuff out without contacting the HOT lowered door because there is no space between the…

Emsy Van Wyck says:

Cuisinart ROCKS Toaster ovens in my experience are good for a year or two than elements need to be replaced, knobs fall off, etc. So when I found the toaster oven I purchased at Overstock lasted seven plus years as a reconditioned item, I knew when I needed a replacement I’d be buying another from Cuisinart. My older oven still works, but it definitely is showing age as the light-dark dial for toast is toast (just spins) and the door no longer closes successfully. So I started comparing Cuisinart models and…

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