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Black & Decker Cto7100B Toast-R-Oven Digital Rotisserie Convection Oven

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  • 1500-watt 6-slice countertop convection oven toasts, bakes, broils, and rotisserie cooks
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 55.4 x 35.1 x 41.9 cm ; 454 g
  • Shipping Weight: 8 Kg
  • Item model number: CTO7100B
  • ASIN: B00164V4YU
  • Date first available at Nov. 1 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,601 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks, this versatile toaster oven-toasts, cooks, broils and reheats a variety of foods. With the rotisserie heat is applied directly from the side and is great for preparing meat, pork and chicken. Enjoy your favorite 12" pizza, casseroles or whole chicken cooked to perfection right on your countertop.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ramudole on Aug. 24 2013
I've had this oven for over 5 years now and it is great. I find it very useful because it is big enough to cook many things. It will cook quicker than a traditional oven and you will have to set the temperature to a few less degrees, even if you are not using convection.
The only negative points may be that if you bake a cake in it, it will not be as soft as if you bake it in a traditional oven, because the heat source is very near. Also bacon. Don't put bacon in that thing, I swear. I've seen flames in the oven a couple times because the grease drops were reaching the top element. Bad idea.
So this is a great and tough oven. Just learn to use it and you will be pleased for years.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Len the Sound Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 24 2013
I've had this oven for years, and have had no trouble with it at all. I mostly use it for baking things like fish sticks, hash browns, and other fast food, and also I sometimes grill steaks or chops. I use the rotisserie for chicken, but it only takes a small one, less than 2 lbs. I use stainless steel wire to wrap up chicken legs and breasts and do them as well, 2 at a time. It can be hard to get them to stay on but the results are worth it! I probably use this oven twice a day.

I love the programming, you can make a change and depending on when you do it, it becomes the default setting, or not. The only thing I don't like are all the various feature buttons, they don't let you run the fan unless you are in 'toast' mode, so thats the one I always use. I programmed the default for 30 mins at 350 degrees but that can be adjusted at any time. The fan can be turned on and off as well. All of my other toaster ovens have burned out with far less use than this one.

If this oven was bigger it would be perfect, but it's the best I've owned.
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By Marg on March 18 2014
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I bought this because it offered enough height to cook a roast or a chicken with or without the rotisserie. What I have cooked in it so far takes basically the same time as my regular oven. I really like it.
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Martin on Feb. 12 2014
Hmmm.. let's see..

Let's say you unwrap this dismal excuse for an oven and.. i don't know.. you want to turn on the oven to 325 for 15 minutes to heat some leftovers? Nahh sorry, you have to pick from the 6 foods listed on the display and follow their preset time and temperatures. Did you get that?? THIS IS AN OVEN WHERE YOU CAN'T SIMPLY PICK YOUR COOKING TIME, TEMPERATURE, AND HIT THE START BUTTON. It's not that difficult Black and Decker. TWO EFFING DIALS ARE ALL YOU NEEDED. One for temp, one for time. Black and Decker have taken a simple OVEN and so royally screwed it up. Now... let's say your food magically falls into one of the 6 items on the panel, and while cooking your steak (?) which you wanted to cook at 400 but the friggin machine would only allow 425, but. who cares... by some miracle you get the thing running. They outside of the oven gets so hot, not only will it burn your skin on contact, it will melt the pepper shaker sitting nearby; never mind what it does to the paint on the wall behind. Not only is it a piece of garbage, it's unsafe!!

I am literally about to go "Office Space" on this piece of S***.
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310 of 311 people found the following review helpful
Great rotisserie, but not really a toaster March 24 2010
By Anonymous - Published on
This B&D oven makes outstanding rotisserie meats and is a big leap in value over a traditional toaster oven, with one significant drawback: it's a very mediocre toaster. In fairness, nowhere on the packaging does this product say "toaster" -- it's simply described as a convection rotisserie oven. But if you're considering an upgrade over a standard toaster oven like I was, you're probably hoping for the best of all worlds: rotisserie, convection oven, and toaster. It nails the first two, but is merely acceptable on the third.

Rotisserie: It takes a few tries to get a feel for the timing, but once you do, you get really outstanding roasts and restaurant-quality rotisserie chicken. The rotisserie keeps juices circulating inside, so the meat doesn't dry out like when you bake it the standard way. Some have noted that it isn't really big enough for chicken, and it can be a squeeze. But if you tie the legs with cooking twine (which you should do anyway, to prevent burning), you can cook a 4-1/2 to 5 pound bird, and anything smaller is easy (the manual suggests 3-1/2 as a limit, but you can push that a bit). Pork and beef roasts are ridiculously easy -- just stab it through with the skewer and put it in -- and absolutely delicious. I'm surprised at those who say the rotisserie isn't worth it, because to me, it's the best thing about this device. Well worth the upgrade over a non-rotisserie convection oven.

Convection oven: If you're not interested in the rotisserie, you can get a good non-rotisserie convection oven for $30-$40 less. That's still $30-$40 more than a standard toaster oven, but it's worth it. A standard toaster oven isn't really for baking. It's good for reheating or melting cheese on something, but that's about it. A good convection oven like this one can be used for anything you do in a normal oven. Lasagnas (in a 9x9 pan), breads, pizzas (up to 12-inch), desserts, etc. -- all of these can be done here because the oven regulates its temperature reliably. Furthermore, the smaller size and the convection fan (which circulates the air to regulate temperature and speed cooking slightly) mean less energy. Why use a giant oven to cook a small dish? Pre-heating is quicker, cooking times are shorter, and the food is just as good. The broiler also works well.

Toaster: Again, B&D doesn't promote this as a toaster, though it does have a toaster setting. It toasts pretty evenly (no worse than a standard toaster oven on that front), but the larger size of the oven (compared to a toaster) means it takes a long time, and the toast tends to dry out. You can tinker with the settings a bit, and if you position the rack close to the heating element, it turns out fine, but expect it to take a few minutes longer than a normal toaster or toaster oven. This may also mean that you're giving back some of the energy you save by using it as an oven.

Two other drawbacks to be aware of: (1) it takes a fair amount of cabinet space, since it is a few inches wider, deeper, and taller than most toaster ovens, and (2) the glass on the front is not double-layered, and thus gets very hot -- be careful if you're using it with small children around.

Beyond that, this is a solid product. After six months of use, I'm happy I bought it, and am really glad to have another way to cook outstanding meat during the winter months when it's too cold to grill.
99 of 108 people found the following review helpful
Good, But.... May 30 2010
By Chuck Pelto - Published on
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We've had this device for several weeks now. We've used it for baking, rot is, toasting, but not broiling as of yet.

Here are the observations:

[1] Good device for all intents and purposes.
[2] Needs improved control of the toast function. Set to 3, the toast is too light. Set to 4 it burns the edges. Instead of 7 settings. Make it 20 settings. You can afford to pay your programmers that much. It would only be a few lines of code and a more flexible circuit. I'd rather have the flexibility than years of improperly done toast.
[3] The rot is has issues with whole chickens of 3 pounds and up. They need to be trussed up in a corset of string to avoid contacting the drip pan
[4] The beep on the machine sounds too much like the smoke detector. I can live better without thinking there's a fire in the kitchen. Change the sound to something else.


Chuck Pelto
65 of 70 people found the following review helpful
great toaster oven Jan. 9 2010
By Jeffrey W. Korp - Published on
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I searched for a long time before buying this, it is great for heating up anything, we barely ever turn on our big oven now! the only problem is that the rotisserie is worthless! chickens dont come small enough to fit, plus the skewer pops out and doesnt spin! this is a great toaster oven but dont buy it for the rotisserie!
32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
Great April 19 2011
By P. Stubbs - Published on
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This replaces a 3 year=old GE Rotisserie/Toaster Oven which no longer works.

The digital timer starts counting down automatically after it finishes pre-heating.
The toaster is nearly silent even when the convection fan is on.
The thermal readout is in 5 degree increments.
The size is more compact than the model it replaces, but the internal space is just as roomy.
The cooking tray does not extrude at the back where the pizza bump is, so you may need to use a pizza pan.
The heating elements are coiled within the larger diameter element surface (an improvement compared to conventional elements) so they shouldn't warp and bend when liquids drip onto the elements.

Overall it is a welcome improvement over the $20 cheaper GE model this replaces.

...Several months later...
The oven is still going strong.
I have found that it cleans easily.
One of these days I might be tempted to place a small bead of silicon caulk or RTV under the top of the glass door.
When cooking for periods longer than an hour, a considerable bit of heat seems to escape.

...In response to the squeak in the video review by "ColoradoHermit"...
Flip the rotisserie switch to the off position when you are not using the rotisserie.
That will stop the 'mysterious' squeak you are hearing.
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
The best appliance you will ever buy. May 18 2011
By Mathrouge - Published on
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If you have ever despaired of getting a really juicy steak, or gotten burned bending over to get a casserole out of the oven, or gotten tired of the thermostat on your oven lying, this little device is for you. I got this for the rotisserie, which works really, really well, but fell in love with the baking and broiling functions. It gets to the proper temperature very quickly, then keeps it there for the designated time. If you forget you are cooking, this is very forgiving in keeping your food hot without ruining it. (Within limits.) If someone you know is having a baby, or getting older, or a college student, or a chef, or dealing with a chronic illness, or just likes to eat, this is the gift that will be used for years. The only improvement that could be made would be for it to be wide enough for a 9x13 baking dish. However, it works very well with my 9x9's. You will want to buy the accessory kits, and marinade, and steaks... For anything but turkeys or large sheet cakes, this toaster will make your oven one very, very lonely puppy. For the price, for the size, for the energy use, for the steaks, this toaster wins.

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