Waring Pro TCO650 Digital Convection Oven

Waring Pro TCO650 Digital Convection Oven

Waring Pro TCO650 Digital Convection Oven

by Waring

  • Sale: $120.99 Save: 30%
  • $175.00 List Price
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  • Ships and sold by Brookstone

  • Capacity of .6 cubic feet, 1500 watts
  • Bake, convection-bake, broil, toast, and pizza functions
  • Holds 6 slices of bread or a 12-inch pizza
  • Digital 60-minute timer with LCD display and touchpad controls
  • Includes oven rack, baking pan, and crumb tray
  • Sale: $120.99 Save: 30%
  • $175.00 List Price
  • In Stock
  • Usually ships in 2-3 business days
  • Ships and sold by Brookstone

  1. Brand: Waring
  2. Dimensions: 14.5 x 17 x 10.8 inches
  3. Shipping Weight: 18.9 pounds
  4. Item ID: upc:040072019043
  5. Item ID: ean:0040072019043
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Waring Pro TCO650 Digital Convection Toaster Oven

Why turn on the big oven? With this big 0.6 cubic foot, 1500-watt Waring Pro Professional Toaster Oven, you can bake, convection bake, broil, toast – even cook a pizza – right on the countertop. Easy-to-use and even easier-to-clean touchpad controls sit just below an LCD display that gives you a clear view of temperatures and the 60-minute digital timer. Comes with an oven rack, baking pan and easy-to-empty crumb tray. Countertop cooking is smart, energy efficient, and always in style with Waring Pro!

 Holds 6 slices of bread or a 12-inch pizza
Holds 6 slices of bread or a 12-inch pizza
FAQs About Convection Baking

What is Convection?

Answer: In your Convection Toaster Oven there is a built-in fan that circulates the hot air in the oven chamber to better heat the food.

How do I adjust the time for Convection?

Answer: On average, convection will shorten the cooking time by 30%, but it varies by food and it is suggested to go with a shorter cooking time to start with and then add time if it is needed.

What are the best foods to use with Convection?

Answer: While a shorter cooktime is often desirable, baked goods in particular benefit from convection cooking as the circulating air keeps oven temperature consistent throughout.

Product Features
  • 0.6 cubic foot capacity
  • 1500 watts of power
  • Holds 6 slices of bread or a 12-inch pizza
  • Digital 60-minute timer with LCD display and touch pad controls
  • Product Dimensions (D x W x H): 14.5 x 17 x 10.75-inches
  • Interior Dimensions (D x W x H): 10.5 x 12 x 8.5-inches
  • Weight: 22.8 lbs.
Classic style for any countertop
Classic style for any countertop
Cleaning your Convection Toaster Oven

Step 1: Turn oven off, then unplug unit and let it cool.

Step 2: Wipe unit down with damp cloth. Do NOT immerse in water. Make sure to use only mild, soapy water.

Step 3: Remove crumb tray by pulling out from base of oven.

Step 4: Shake off crumbs from crumb tray. Cleaning the crumb tray often will avoid any accumulations.

Step 4: Wash the oven rack, baking pan, and crumb tray in hot, sudsy water. Oven crumb tray is located on inside bottom of oven. Note: These parts are not dishwasher safe. Please hand wash and dry.

Whats in the Box

Convection oven, oven rack, baking pan, crumb tray and instruction manual.

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Very happy w/this product, December 7, 2012
Gervase R. Tinsley "Teaneckflash" (Framingham, MA)
I am a 76yo single guy that cooks because he has to and not necessarily because I love it. When my wife was alive and at home, we ate pretty well although rather plain. She had to go into a nursing home last year and passed away 7 months later so I am now living in low income housing on my own for the first time in 40 years. I had a cheap toaster oven (B D I believe) that died. I read reviews for about 25 or 30 different toaster ovens on Amazon. When I found the reviews for the Waring toaster oven I was highly impressed. Of all the reviews I looked at the ones for the Waring were the best (and the most). Last night I heated up a pot roast (already prepare by Jack Daniels) and it came out perfect this morning I did a bagle (after I learned the controls) and it also came out perfect. Not being used to these kind of controls, that presents a bit of a learning curve but not unconcorable. Besides, I believe that life is a dynamic experience anyway and, therefore we are on a.

Bakes, broils, AND toasts well, December 27, 2012
B. Kurth (United States of America)
We purchased this because our existing toaster oven wouldn't bake frozen meat items at the high temps that were called for. But now that we have had this nice little unit for over a month, I can report that not only does it bake properly, it also broils and toasts very well indeed.

First assignment we gave it: baking frozen breaded fish patties. It performed admirably.

The front panel buttons allow you to select easily between bake, broil, and toast. After selecting "bake", you then rotate the control knob to select the desired temp, in 25 degree steps. Then you depress the knob to select the time. You choose either "0" or "1" hour, then repress the knob again to select the minutes. You can rotate the knob in either direction, which makes selecting the minutes go faster, depending on the number you want. Then depress the "Start" button and it's off and running.

A nice loud (but not too loud, in my opinion) electronic beep signals you when it's.

Waring TCO650 Professional Toaster Oven, May 29, 2012
My shocking recent discoveries about the safety of microwaves prompted me to search for something that wouldn't change the DNA structure of the food I eat. A little convection oven seemed to be the `it' amongst the `microwave haters' so I landed on that option. Furthermore, I found out there are gazillion little ovens and most coated with non-stick coatings that leaks toxic fumes into food and as research shows, kills birds. Why would I want to eliminate microwave for something just as toxic? So I began my search for a coating free convection oven. There are none! I gathered a list of every company that makes these ovens and called each one. None...besides Waring. All of Waring's ovens have no coatings. Why I chose this particular oven out of all of their ovens? Here is why:

The looks:
It is stainless steel with a very modern twist to it. It is an upgrade of the previous model TCO600 they made which is known to be very durable from the reviews!


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