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Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver

Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver

Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
Cuisinart TOA-60 Convection Toaster Oven Airfryer, Silver
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Features

  • 1800-Watts with 7 functions: air fry, convection bake, convection broil, bake, broil, Warm, toast
  • 0. 6 cubic foot non-stick interior with oven light. Dimensions (L x W x H): 15. 50 x 16. 00 x 14. 00 inches
  • Capacity: toast 6 slices of bread, air fry 3lbs of chicken wings, bake a 12-inch pizza or roast a 4 pound chicken
  • Adjustable thermostat with 60-minute timer/auto shutoff, toast shade selector-timer.UC Cubic Feet: 3.249 lb
  • Includes: oven rack, baking pan, air fryer rack/basket. Mc cubic feet: 3. 390

Description

Introducing a healthier way to fry, and so much more! The Cuisinart oven fryer is actually a premium full-size toaster oven with a built-in air fryer. That means it not only bakes, broil, and toasts, it also lets you air-fry right inside the oven.


Product Dimensions 15.5 x 16 x 14 inches


Item Weight 21 pounds


Manufacturer Cuisinart


ASIN B01K0W8LTE


Item model number TOA-60


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 7,663 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #333 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #3 in Toaster Ovens


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 9, 2016


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Features

  • 1800-Watts with 7 functions: air fry, convection bake, convection broil, bake, broil, Warm, toast
  • 0. 6 cubic foot non-stick interior with oven light. Dimensions (L x W x H): 15. 50 x 16. 00 x 14. 00 inches
  • Capacity: toast 6 slices of bread, air fry 3lbs of chicken wings, bake a 12-inch pizza or roast a 4 pound chicken
  • Adjustable thermostat with 60-minute timer/auto shutoff, toast shade selector-timer.UC Cubic Feet: 3.249 lb
  • Includes: oven rack, baking pan, air fryer rack/basket. Mc cubic feet: 3. 390

Description

Introducing a healthier way to fry, and so much more! The Cuisinart oven fryer is actually a premium full-size toaster oven with a built-in air fryer. That means it not only bakes, broil, and toasts, it also lets you air-fry right inside the oven.


Product Dimensions 15.5 x 16 x 14 inches


Item Weight 21 pounds


Manufacturer Cuisinart


ASIN B01K0W8LTE


Item model number TOA-60


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 7,663 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #333 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #3 in Toaster Ovens


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 9, 2016


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 1800-Watts with 7 functions: air fry, convection bake, convection broil, bake, broil, Warm, toast
  • 0. 6 cubic foot non-stick interior with oven light. Dimensions (L x W x H): 15. 50 x 16. 00 x 14. 00 inches
  • Capacity: toast 6 slices of bread, air fry 3lbs of chicken wings, bake a 12-inch pizza or roast a 4 pound chicken
  • Adjustable thermostat with 60-minute timer/auto shutoff, toast shade selector-timer.UC Cubic Feet: 3.249 lb
  • Includes: oven rack, baking pan, air fryer rack/basket. Mc cubic feet: 3. 390

Description

Introducing a healthier way to fry, and so much more! The Cuisinart oven fryer is actually a premium full-size toaster oven with a built-in air fryer. That means it not only bakes, broil, and toasts, it also lets you air-fry right inside the oven.


Product Dimensions 15.5 x 16 x 14 inches


Item Weight 21 pounds


Manufacturer Cuisinart


ASIN B01K0W8LTE


Item model number TOA-60


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 7,663 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #333 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #3 in Toaster Ovens


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 9, 2016


abunda_amazon_reviews I had reservations about buying this unit because of the venomous 1-star reviews. After using this unit for a few weeks I have to assume that there were either a large number of defective products sent out (quite unusual for Cuisinart), or that some people have unrealistic expectations of a toaster oven/air fryer. Disclaimer: I've always had toaster ovens as a kitchen accessory and have had to learn each one of their quirks. This one has fewer than many I've owned. That said, it cooks fast. Very fast. Where with my previous one you had to bump the temp about 25 degrees more than you thought needed and could walk away from it, this one cooks in much less than the time expected and you need to watch it carefully. That should change as we learn how it performs. It seems best to fade back a bit from the recommended times and temps in their manual and recipe book. This thing is powerful. My favorite dish so far is chicken wing drumettes. I've always cooked my famous buffalo wings in a peanut oil deep-fryer, then dip them in sauce and dry them for a bit in the oven. Set this at 400 on air-fry, cook for 10 minutes, flip them over and cook for 10 more and they honestly look like I just pulled them out of my fryer. My wife swears they are even better. Traitor! Garlic toast and English muffins seem to crisp up faster and retain inside moistness better than any toaster oven I've ever used. Frozen french fries and shrimp are a breeze. Tonight she did some fresh zucchini wedges that I was sure were going to be boring and they turned out awesome. Long story short, we love it so far and look forward to experimenting with it for years to come. We've had great luck with Cuisinart appliances over the years and in the few times we had problems with them, their customer service people have bent over backwards to help us and always treated us fairly. Love it and if it blew up tomorrow, I'd buy it again.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Does everything we hoped it would do, sometimes even better. We love it!;;Dave;;;We have enjoyed this oven, before it broke it was used 4 times a week or more. IT is very quick to cook some foods and others are impossible to cook as it is so hot it will burn before it finishes cooking. It took a while to figure out what and what you could not cook in it. But after that it was pretty great. You can't leave it alone as it will go from just right to burnt in a matter of seconds, which ended up saving us from having a fire. The door switch failed while we were heating up mozzarella sticks to go with dinner and the oven was turning on and off randomly. I noticed it was turning on and off, walked over and opened the door. It did not shut off like normal when I opened it and you could smell plastic melting, cooking time was around 5 minutes (no cheese sticks that night) and the oven was unplugged. This is a GFCI 15 amp protected circuit and that outlet is working fine, it never tripped the breaker. The door switch button is stuck in the closed position but is not really closed. My theory is the switch failed and it was arcing in the outlet enough to melt not only the plug and outlet but also the neutral wire going to the outlet. Super lucky we were having dinner at the breakfast bar and not the table. So we love it, then it tried to burn the house down. Which is why its got two stars. I plan on putting in a new switch and cord and testing it for safety. Yes I like it enough to forgive it like some match playing child and give it a second chance to burn the house down.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;After 18 months the door switch failed and almost started the house on fire.;;PegLeg;;;There's a lot to like about this unit: as an air fryer, it has the largest surface area I found, larger than the biggest Phillips or GoWise units (and surface area, rather than volume, is what really matters). It makes some delicious food and ticks some excellent boxes. Unlike the GoWise air fryer I had started with, but returned because the coating on the pan was coming off after only 3 uses, these trays are more durable. I debated whether to give it 2 or 3 stars, and overall I am keeping it so I gave it 3. But there are some pretty serious drawbacks. The first is quality control. On the first unit I had, only 2 of the 4 upper heating elements would ever work on any setting. (Note that only the outer 2 are enabled on some settings, such as broil, so that appears to be at least somewhat normal.) Moreover, the timer was wrong -- set it to 10 minutes, and you get 14. Set it to 20, and you get 24. Very consistently off like that. On these grounds, I returned it. The replacement has working heating elements, but its timer runs 6 minutes long: 15 minutes gets you 21. This is very consistent. The label on the timer clearly had an inappropriately large gap between 10 minutes and 0, and this seems to be a design defect for the entire unit. I saw a lot of people here complain about the unit being too hot. I did not experience that, but it is possible that the timer's inaccuracy would cause people to think that. The replacement unit also had uneven feet and doesn't sit quite still on the counter. Secondly, the Cuisinart service. They could not tell me the difference between convection bake, convection broil, and convection air fry. Moreover, they promised to have a replacement for my timer problem at my door in 7-10 days. It's been more than that, and all they say when I call is that the warehouse is "processing". They said it could take weeks for "processing", and it would be 7-10 days after THAT. They also outright lied to me (saying the warehouse didn't have a phone; found the number on the Internet). So if you're wondering about the different settings, here's what they do: Convection bake: both bottom elements and outer two upper elements Convection broil: outer two upper elements only Air fry: all 4 upper elements only This isn't clearly stated in the manual and Cuisinart doesn't seem to know what their own product does. All three of these have the fan on high. The non-convection bake and broil have the fan on low but are otherwise the same. Bottom line: do not buy this for the warranty. It is so slow as to be indistinguishable from not existing. Buy it and a $5 digital kitchen timer.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Great idea, flaky timer, poor QC, and terrible support;;John Goerzen;;;I purchased this oven at the end of January 2018.... now just over 1 month the oven timer knob (which is plastic) has broken. This is the knob you use all the time to turn the oven on/off. I'm having no luck in finding a replacement knob.... Ok, it now two weeks later and I am changing my rating to one star ..... today on the same knob the timer no longer works. Oven just stays on indefinitely.... I thought I would love this oven and it is great looking but I am really worried that it's defects may start a fire.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Knobs break easy ..... made of plastic;;CG

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dave - Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2018
Does everything we hoped it would do, sometimes even better. We love it!
I had reservations about buying this unit because of the venomous 1-star reviews. After using this unit for a few weeks I have to assume that there were either a large number of defective products sent out (quite unusual for Cuisinart), or that some people have unrealistic expectations of a toaster oven/air fryer. Disclaimer: I've always had toaster ovens as a kitchen accessory and have had to learn each one of their quirks. This one has fewer than many I've owned. That said, it cooks fast. Very fast. Where with my previous one you had to bump the temp about 25 degrees more than you thought needed and could walk away from it, this one cooks in much less than the time expected and you need to watch it carefully. That should change as we learn how it performs. It seems best to fade back a bit from the recommended times and temps in their manual and recipe book. This thing is powerful. My favorite dish so far is chicken wing drumettes. I've always cooked my famous buffalo wings in a peanut oil deep-fryer, then dip them in sauce and dry them for a bit in the oven. Set this at 400 on air-fry, cook for 10 minutes, flip them over and cook for 10 more and they honestly look like I just pulled them out of my fryer. My wife swears they are even better. Traitor! Garlic toast and English muffins seem to crisp up faster and retain inside moistness better than any toaster oven I've ever used. Frozen french fries and shrimp are a breeze. Tonight she did some fresh zucchini wedges that I was sure were going to be boring and they turned out awesome. Long story short, we love it so far and look forward to experimenting with it for years to come. We've had great luck with Cuisinart appliances over the years and in the few times we had problems with them, their customer service people have bent over backwards to help us and always treated us fairly. Love it and if it blew up tomorrow, I'd buy it again.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By PegLeg - Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2019
After 18 months the door switch failed and almost started the house on fire.
We have enjoyed this oven, before it broke it was used 4 times a week or more. IT is very quick to cook some foods and others are impossible to cook as it is so hot it will burn before it finishes cooking. It took a while to figure out what and what you could not cook in it. But after that it was pretty great. You can't leave it alone as it will go from just right to burnt in a matter of seconds, which ended up saving us from having a fire. The door switch failed while we were heating up mozzarella sticks to go with dinner and the oven was turning on and off randomly. I noticed it was turning on and off, walked over and opened the door. It did not shut off like normal when I opened it and you could smell plastic melting, cooking time was around 5 minutes (no cheese sticks that night) and the oven was unplugged. This is a GFCI 15 amp protected circuit and that outlet is working fine, it never tripped the breaker. The door switch button is stuck in the closed position but is not really closed. My theory is the switch failed and it was arcing in the outlet enough to melt not only the plug and outlet but also the neutral wire going to the outlet. Super lucky we were having dinner at the breakfast bar and not the table. So we love it, then it tried to burn the house down. Which is why its got two stars. I plan on putting in a new switch and cord and testing it for safety. Yes I like it enough to forgive it like some match playing child and give it a second chance to burn the house down.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By John Goerzen - Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2018
Great idea, flaky timer, poor QC, and terrible support
There's a lot to like about this unit: as an air fryer, it has the largest surface area I found, larger than the biggest Phillips or GoWise units (and surface area, rather than volume, is what really matters). It makes some delicious food and ticks some excellent boxes. Unlike the GoWise air fryer I had started with, but returned because the coating on the pan was coming off after only 3 uses, these trays are more durable. I debated whether to give it 2 or 3 stars, and overall I am keeping it so I gave it 3. But there are some pretty serious drawbacks. The first is quality control. On the first unit I had, only 2 of the 4 upper heating elements would ever work on any setting. (Note that only the outer 2 are enabled on some settings, such as broil, so that appears to be at least somewhat normal.) Moreover, the timer was wrong -- set it to 10 minutes, and you get 14. Set it to 20, and you get 24. Very consistently off like that. On these grounds, I returned it. The replacement has working heating elements, but its timer runs 6 minutes long: 15 minutes gets you 21. This is very consistent. The label on the timer clearly had an inappropriately large gap between 10 minutes and 0, and this seems to be a design defect for the entire unit. I saw a lot of people here complain about the unit being too hot. I did not experience that, but it is possible that the timer's inaccuracy would cause people to think that. The replacement unit also had uneven feet and doesn't sit quite still on the counter. Secondly, the Cuisinart service. They could not tell me the difference between convection bake, convection broil, and convection air fry. Moreover, they promised to have a replacement for my timer problem at my door in 7-10 days. It's been more than that, and all they say when I call is that the warehouse is "processing". They said it could take weeks for "processing", and it would be 7-10 days after THAT. They also outright lied to me (saying the warehouse didn't have a phone; found the number on the Internet). So if you're wondering about the different settings, here's what they do: Convection bake: both bottom elements and outer two upper elements Convection broil: outer two upper elements only Air fry: all 4 upper elements only This isn't clearly stated in the manual and Cuisinart doesn't seem to know what their own product does. All three of these have the fan on high. The non-convection bake and broil have the fan on low but are otherwise the same. Bottom line: do not buy this for the warranty. It is so slow as to be indistinguishable from not existing. Buy it and a $5 digital kitchen timer.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By CG - Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2018
Knobs break easy ..... made of plastic
I purchased this oven at the end of January 2018.... now just over 1 month the oven timer knob (which is plastic) has broken. This is the knob you use all the time to turn the oven on/off. I'm having no luck in finding a replacement knob.... Ok, it now two weeks later and I am changing my rating to one star ..... today on the same knob the timer no longer works. Oven just stays on indefinitely.... I thought I would love this oven and it is great looking but I am really worried that it's defects may start a fire.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dave - Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2018
Does everything we hoped it would do, sometimes even better. We love it!
I had reservations about buying this unit because of the venomous 1-star reviews. After using this unit for a few weeks I have to assume that there were either a large number of defective products sent out (quite unusual for Cuisinart), or that some people have unrealistic expectations of a toaster oven/air fryer. Disclaimer: I've always had toaster ovens as a kitchen accessory and have had to learn each one of their quirks. This one has fewer than many I've owned. That said, it cooks fast. Very fast. Where with my previous one you had to bump the temp about 25 degrees more than you thought needed and could walk away from it, this one cooks in much less than the time expected and you need to watch it carefully. That should change as we learn how it performs. It seems best to fade back a bit from the recommended times and temps in their manual and recipe book. This thing is powerful. My favorite dish so far is chicken wing drumettes. I've always cooked my famous buffalo wings in a peanut oil deep-fryer, then dip them in sauce and dry them for a bit in the oven. Set this at 400 on air-fry, cook for 10 minutes, flip them over and cook for 10 more and they honestly look like I just pulled them out of my fryer. My wife swears they are even better. Traitor! Garlic toast and English muffins seem to crisp up faster and retain inside moistness better than any toaster oven I've ever used. Frozen french fries and shrimp are a breeze. Tonight she did some fresh zucchini wedges that I was sure were going to be boring and they turned out awesome. Long story short, we love it so far and look forward to experimenting with it for years to come. We've had great luck with Cuisinart appliances over the years and in the few times we had problems with them, their customer service people have bent over backwards to help us and always treated us fairly. Love it and if it blew up tomorrow, I'd buy it again.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By PegLeg - Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2019
After 18 months the door switch failed and almost started the house on fire.
We have enjoyed this oven, before it broke it was used 4 times a week or more. IT is very quick to cook some foods and others are impossible to cook as it is so hot it will burn before it finishes cooking. It took a while to figure out what and what you could not cook in it. But after that it was pretty great. You can't leave it alone as it will go from just right to burnt in a matter of seconds, which ended up saving us from having a fire. The door switch failed while we were heating up mozzarella sticks to go with dinner and the oven was turning on and off randomly. I noticed it was turning on and off, walked over and opened the door. It did not shut off like normal when I opened it and you could smell plastic melting, cooking time was around 5 minutes (no cheese sticks that night) and the oven was unplugged. This is a GFCI 15 amp protected circuit and that outlet is working fine, it never tripped the breaker. The door switch button is stuck in the closed position but is not really closed. My theory is the switch failed and it was arcing in the outlet enough to melt not only the plug and outlet but also the neutral wire going to the outlet. Super lucky we were having dinner at the breakfast bar and not the table. So we love it, then it tried to burn the house down. Which is why its got two stars. I plan on putting in a new switch and cord and testing it for safety. Yes I like it enough to forgive it like some match playing child and give it a second chance to burn the house down.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By John Goerzen - Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2018
Great idea, flaky timer, poor QC, and terrible support
There's a lot to like about this unit: as an air fryer, it has the largest surface area I found, larger than the biggest Phillips or GoWise units (and surface area, rather than volume, is what really matters). It makes some delicious food and ticks some excellent boxes. Unlike the GoWise air fryer I had started with, but returned because the coating on the pan was coming off after only 3 uses, these trays are more durable. I debated whether to give it 2 or 3 stars, and overall I am keeping it so I gave it 3. But there are some pretty serious drawbacks. The first is quality control. On the first unit I had, only 2 of the 4 upper heating elements would ever work on any setting. (Note that only the outer 2 are enabled on some settings, such as broil, so that appears to be at least somewhat normal.) Moreover, the timer was wrong -- set it to 10 minutes, and you get 14. Set it to 20, and you get 24. Very consistently off like that. On these grounds, I returned it. The replacement has working heating elements, but its timer runs 6 minutes long: 15 minutes gets you 21. This is very consistent. The label on the timer clearly had an inappropriately large gap between 10 minutes and 0, and this seems to be a design defect for the entire unit. I saw a lot of people here complain about the unit being too hot. I did not experience that, but it is possible that the timer's inaccuracy would cause people to think that. The replacement unit also had uneven feet and doesn't sit quite still on the counter. Secondly, the Cuisinart service. They could not tell me the difference between convection bake, convection broil, and convection air fry. Moreover, they promised to have a replacement for my timer problem at my door in 7-10 days. It's been more than that, and all they say when I call is that the warehouse is "processing". They said it could take weeks for "processing", and it would be 7-10 days after THAT. They also outright lied to me (saying the warehouse didn't have a phone; found the number on the Internet). So if you're wondering about the different settings, here's what they do: Convection bake: both bottom elements and outer two upper elements Convection broil: outer two upper elements only Air fry: all 4 upper elements only This isn't clearly stated in the manual and Cuisinart doesn't seem to know what their own product does. All three of these have the fan on high. The non-convection bake and broil have the fan on low but are otherwise the same. Bottom line: do not buy this for the warranty. It is so slow as to be indistinguishable from not existing. Buy it and a $5 digital kitchen timer.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By CG - Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2018
Knobs break easy ..... made of plastic
I purchased this oven at the end of January 2018.... now just over 1 month the oven timer knob (which is plastic) has broken. This is the knob you use all the time to turn the oven on/off. I'm having no luck in finding a replacement knob.... Ok, it now two weeks later and I am changing my rating to one star ..... today on the same knob the timer no longer works. Oven just stays on indefinitely.... I thought I would love this oven and it is great looking but I am really worried that it's defects may start a fire.