Oster Black Stainless Collection Digital French Door Oven With Convection. Part of the Black Stainless Collection, this Oster Digital French Door Oven combines superior performance and a gorgeous design that will instantly elevate your kitchen decor.
It's equipped with Turbo Convection Baking and robust settings that allow you to cook pizza, chickens, roasts, and other family-sized dishes to perfection. Plus, it requires minimal maintenance to retain a lustrous appearance. Simply wipe with a dry cloth to remove any smudges in seconds.
With its blend of style and superior performance, the Oster black stainless digital French door oven is the perfect choice for your kitchen's matter your decor. Its innovative finish is warmer and softer than traditional stainless steel, and it requires minimal maintenance to retain a lustrous appearance. Simply wipe with a dry cloth to remove any smudges in seconds. This countertop oven also features two racks for maximum cooking real estate, a durable baking pan and baking rack that can be combined to make a broiler, and a one-handed door pulls that open both doors simultaneously. A preheat-ready indicator lets you know when your desired cooking temperature has been reached, and the oven's Turbo convection baking results in faster, more evenly cooked food. You can set a cooking duration of up to 90 minutes with the integrated timer, all while getting a clear view of your food thanks to the interior light. When the dish is done and the signal sounds, your oven will automatically turn off, allowing you to grab your meal and remove the crumb tray for easy cleanup.
Convection toaster oven with easy-open French doors
Extra Large interior can hold two 16" pizzas, family-sized chickens, roasts, casseroles, or 14 slices of bread
Digital controls provide simple cook functions, including "dehydrate" to make your own dried fruits and vegetables
Turbo convection baking technology cooks faster and browns more evenly
Interior light allows you to conveniently check food without opening doors
Convection toaster oven with French doors lets you cook pizza, roasts, casseroles, and more
Fits two 16-inch pizzas, a rotisserie chicken, or 14 slices of bread
Sleek, modern black stainless steel finish
Variable time and temperature control, plus presets for toasting, baking, dehydrating, and more
Oster® French Door Digital Oven with Convection, Stainless Steel is rated
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Rated 2 out of
HorribleI work in a level two nursing home and bought this little oven to cook with the residents with . Every time we cook a cake, loaf , brownies the burn on the top and raw in the middle . Very disappointed
Date published: 2020-12-08
Rated 2 out of
hot air leakageI find that so much hot air leaks out of2 this unit that it takes a lot of energy and still heats up the area it is used in...not what I was hoping for.
Date published: 2021-09-24
Rated 3 out of
HATED the digital model5 star concept 3 star upon using.
My built-in oven died. I was thrilled to find something big enough to bake bread. My first one of these was digital. I HATED the digital part. When I happened upon the same oven with knobs I bought it on the spot, cleaned up the digital one and sold it. Good riddance to digital nonsense! It drove me batty. There was no halfway fot temp settings etc.
So, 2 ½ years later this oven has truly been put to the test! Advertized as being energy saving I call that a scam. It has absolulely NO insulation whatsoever. The “French” doors let out all the heat if you open the door. They are spring loaded and require you to open them full out wide or they spring shut. I got burned a number of times just trying to poke-test things until I jearned. They also prevent you from putting anything down in front of their super wide swath (wider than the oven itself).
With no insulation tou can crank up the heat and by the time you put what you’re cooking in and close the doors you’ve lost a lot of heat; cold pan, cold food, wide open doors and you’ve already extended your cooking time. No energy efficiency there. I bought a couple little pizza stones which I often put on the bottom shelf to help hold a bit of heat.
Which brings me to shelf heights. There are two shelves and no way to adjust height of either. The top shelf is in the middle of the oven. You cannot toast or broil anything without drying it out or cooking it all the way through. All the toast/broil setting does is turn off the bottom element. I still use my old toaster oven when I want high heat on small items.
Because of the big temperature drop on starting I monitor temp with a thermometer. I set it higher than I want to cook for preheat, give it a long preheat. Put the food in and when the temp gets up to where I want to cook, I reset the oven to that temperature. It’s not unusual to lose about 100F just getting started, especially without the stones.
In retrospect and with all my “not done yet” experiences I would gladly pay more for an oven with insulation (especially consifering today’s power prises). If you want to broil things buy a cheap baking pan at a dollar stor, turn it upside down on the self and get your food up near the heat. Also in hindsight I’d opt for an oven with pull down door where you can reach in for a pok without loosing all heat. I wanted to buy local, not online. This was the best I could find.
Biggest pro for this oven is 3 loaves of bread will fit in it. Results are a bit better with two. It would hold a really big pizza you won’t get the 500F+ results if that’s what you are after. Biggest con is lack of insulation and spring loaded heat losing doors. No springs or doors that worked separately would be an improvement. If you buy one, try to get the knobs. Digital is a pain AND impossible to see in bright light.