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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Oster Countertop Digital Convection Oven REVIEW

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"Oster Countertop Digital Convection Oven Includes:

Convection oven
Baking pan
Broiling rack
Removable wire rack
External removable crumb tray
User manual
Product Features:

Large digital display - easy to read display makes programming a snap
Multi-function versatility - choose from Bake, Toast, Pizza and Dehydrate functions
Cook at temperatures from 150 - 420 degrees
90-minute cook timer
Stainless steel housing with chrome accents - color-neutral to white, black or wood kitchens; complements most decor
Easy-clean interior - for fast, trouble-free cleanup
Interior light - conveniently view your food as it cooks
Durable enamel baking pan - offers reliable food release and easy cleaning
External removable crumb tray - dispose of crumbs quickly and easily
Measures approx. 19-1/2"L x 13-1/2"W x 12"H
Made of stainless steel
Wipe oven clean with a damp cloth; do not immerse in water; oven racks are dishwasher safe (top-rack only)
Model #: 6058
Power Source: Plugs into household wall outlet
UL listed
Made in China
Comes with a manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty

My family purchased this item from Walmart.
I've baked chickens, pizzas, lasagna, mac n cheese. You name it, I've made it in this oven. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the convection feature. It seems to make cooking time shorter. I would give this 4 out of 5 stars.

- I neglected to use cooking bags when I first used this.
As a result the oven got really coated with caked on baked grease.
I mistakenly used oven cleaner in an effort to correct this.
Unfortunately, the result was a dulling of the previously beautiful stainless steel interior. I would suggest using oven bags for baking meats or anything that might spatter.

- On the bottom rack the elements are so close to the food, that you may have an undesireable result for a cake. It will have a dark line where the element was close to the cake.

I am not affilated with Oster. I am not affiliated with HSN."

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