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- 6-slice convection toaster oven with digital display
- Adjustable temperature; bake, broil, toast, pizza, and dehydrate functions
- Stainless-steel housing; interior light; 60-minute timer with auto shut-off
- Includes baking pan, 2 cooking racks, crumb tray, and recipe book
- Measures 14 by 22 by 16 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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- Recognized as one of the best products of 2011 in a leading consumer research magazine
- 6-slice toaster oven with convection technology for faster, more even cooking
- Digital controls with interior light for easy viewing
- Extra-large interior holds 13 by 9 pan, whole chicken, casseroles, roast and ham
- Removable external crumb tray; two rack positions
Perfect for large families, this Oster toaster oven comes equipped with convection technology, which means it distributes heat quickly and evenly for thorough cooking and excellent results. The oven provides an extra-large interior that can accommodate a frozen pizza, a whole chicken, a casserole, or even a 13-by-9-inch pan of crescent rolls or chocolate-chip cookies. Two rack positions allow for customizing the space, especially helpful when cooking a tall roast. Adjust time and temperature usi
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By Florida Bum (Daytona Beach, FL) – See all my reviews
This review is from: Oster 6058 6-Slice Digital Convection Toaster Oven (Kitchen)
[I've posted some pictures of this item for a better look]
The Oster 6058 toaster oven is the third oven our family has used. The first one was basically a toaster. When we upgraded to the second one, we found a pleasant surprise in the functionality. You can bake or toast just about anything (in appropriate quantities) without having to heat up the kitchen. After three years, though, the mechanical temperature setting broke, and I decided to look at similar models with digital controls.
You will pay a little extra for the digital controls. And some people will not prefer them. I found the controls very intuitive and easily mastered, plus you won’t be worrying about mechanical breakage. You may want to look at my posted image of the control pad for the following comments.
The designers opted to forgo a number pad (like you’d see on a microwave oven). Instead, the control pad consists of a simple set of buttons: Want to bake? Hit the bake button. Convection (fan) bake? Hit it again. Broil? Hit it again. The order is specified right above the button. Temperature setting pops up at 300F – press the up or down arrows to change it in 25 degree increments.
Similar settings work for the toast and pizza buttons. For example, the pizza button defaults to 20 minutes. I found that a frozen pizza cooks to perfection at 17 minutes, so I press “Pizza”, “Down”, “Down”, “Down”, “Start”. And when I say “perfection”, I mean that. The entire pizza was cooked evenly and the crust was perfect. Does it get any easier? While I’m thinking of it – a standard frozen pizza fit easily in the oven. Although I have always thought of them as “12 inch pizzas”, in fact they are only 10 inches across. There is a bit more room inside the oven, though; I would guess that pizzas as large as 11 inches across would fit in the oven.
Among other nice touches are the Start and Stop buttons. The start button is a minor safety feature in my opinion – little kids won’t press a single button and have the oven starting up. The stop button ends the countdown timer and shuts off the heating elements. The oven also has an internal light so you don’t have to open the door: just hit the “Lamp” button. And, of course, a clock – probably included because customers expect it. Since there is no delayed cook feature, there really is no need for it.
The product includes a very nice broiler pan with rack. The rack seems just a little lightweight, but I had no problem cooking six thick pork chops on it. (30min @ 375F, BTW). The oven shelf adjusts to three levels. With the broiler pan, you’ll want it on the lowest position.
The oven fit easily under a cabinet, even with a stack of pans (from this and previous ovens) sitting on top. The cord is fairly short, so unlike my previous oven it did not stick out and look unsightly. Finally, the oven did not seem to get abnormally hot (even though others seem to think so). I do not believe there is a safety hazard from this oven – it did not seem to get that hot. However, if you remember that all toaster ovens will have some hot surfaces and you have young children, then you may want to either find an “out-of-reach” place to use this type of product, or forgo it until they are older.
Would I change anything? I’m not really fond of the chrome-look front. I would have preferred a brushed finish there. It does appear to be polished stainless steel, though. The timer bell is fairly quiet, so you may not notice it if you are watching TV in another room. The only other thing is extremely nit-picking: I like the clock and wish it were larger for easier viewing across the room.
Overall, a very good first impression. I hope it holds up for the long haul, because the basic design is solid and worth the five stars.
*** UPDATE 2011-05-25 ***
Our family has been using this oven for almost a year and a half. The product is holding up very well. I’m actually amazed at how easy it is to clean. Since toaster ovens don’t get cleaned that often, when we do get around to cleaning it the surfaces seem to make it rather easy. I especially like the glass front.
We have gotten away from using the big oven for almost everything. The only time we seem to make use of it is when we have extra guests and the food quantity is too big for the Oster (and when we’re making big batches of cookies). Our family of five (six when grandpa is here) is easily served by this toaster oven.
One thing I didn’t mention in my original post is the toasting time. As others have noted, the toast cycle is rather lengthy. This is really due to the time it takes to heat up the elements and the oven. I don’t mind the time it takes (maybe 4 or 5 minutes) but I can understand that it’s not what people may be used to. If your primary purpose is to use this as a toaster, I would caution your choice of this (or any) toaster oven. But as a small oven that handles virtually all your baking needs, my experience is that this oven will more than satisfy you.
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