Jack
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      • Review count
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      • Average rating
        2.0
        2 out of 5
      • First Review:
        May 4, 2017
      • Last Review:
        May 4, 2017
       
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          The KitchenAid KCO273SS 12 in. Convection Countertop Oven, in stainless steel, gives you full-size oven performance right on your kitchen counter with its large 12 in. oven capacity and 5 heating elements. Use your countertop oven for baking, roasting, broiling, keeping an already cooked dish warm, or toasting up to 6 slices of bread. Choose from 9 pre-programmed functions such as the Asado Roast function that precisely adjusts from high sear to optimal cooking temperature for superior roasting. The pizza function crisps the crust during the last 30 seconds of the cooking cycle for perfectly tasty results. The convection bake option reduces overall cooking time plus, Even-Heat technology provides consistent heat throughout the baking cycle for delicious results. Size: 21.9 In..
           
          My KitchenAid KCO273SS is ok but it cooks things unevenly. Specifically, anything in the back ge...
          PostedMay 4, 2017
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          2.0 out of 5
          2.0 out of 5
          No, I do not recommend this product.
          My KitchenAid KCO273SS is ok but it cooks things unevenly. Specifically, anything in the back gets done way more than the front. Not a problem if you put two pieces of bread in to ake toast. They come out the same. But if you put 4 in (two in back and two in front) the back two come out dark. Same for a pizza that takes up most all of the oven. The front looks great when you pull it out - because that is the part that you can see. But the back is close to burning.
          The other issue is the the words around the dial are very hard to see. They are small and dark. I have to lean down and get close to them when changing the oven setting from say toast to pizza. Not a show stopper but it Read More
          My KitchenAid KCO273SS is ok but it cooks things unevenly. Specifically, anything in the back gets done way more than the front. Not a problem if you put two pieces of bread in to ake toast. They come out the same. But if you put 4 in (two in back and two in front) the back two come out dark. Same for a pizza that takes up most all of the oven. The front looks great when you pull it out - because that is the part that you can see. But the back is close to burning.
          The other issue is the the words around the dial are very hard to see. They are small and dark. I have to lean down and get close to them when changing the oven setting from say toast to pizza. Not a show stopper but it doesn't seem like a great design. Probably designed by young sharp eyed folks in a bright laboratory. Things are much different in the real world - 48 yo dude in a semi-dim lit kitchen with the toaster oven on the counter slid under the cabinet above it. Read Less
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