Dualit Professional Mini Oven
This brushed stainless steel convection mini oven is ideal for kitchens where space is a premium and packs a lot of features for such a compact design. It boasts a generous nonstick cooking interior, double-glazed glass door for improved insulation, curved back to accommodate larger circular dishes, rapid heat-up time (heats from room temperature to 356 Degrees F in just three minutes) plus defrost, grill, bake and convection cooking settings. Unit comes with a built-in timer, auto shut off and rotisserie function. Includes a bake pan/broil rack and a removable crumb/drip tray. 1300 watts. Wipe clean exterior. Measures 16.5" x 14" x 9.9". Imported. One-year warranty. Model# 89220.
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Dualit Pro A few comments based on first day of cooking with Dualit Oven. My wife decided to gently wipe down inside surfaces before cooking. Reasonable enough. There were 2 silicone bumpers inserted into inside panel of the door. One of this bumpers popped out and disappeared under our fridge. A little too quick for a $250 oven? I think so. Fast forward 30 minutes. A tray of roasted squash was done and my wife removed it from the toaster. Would you believe, one of chrome-plated heavy gauge wires came undone from the wire shelf!!! I've never seen this before even from the cheapest, Chinese-made appliance! Then I decided to "learn" how to toast a slice of bread. A closer inspection of timer knob uncovered that Dualit, in their quirky British way (think Monty Pyton), marked up time in 30 minute increments. Now imagine that you want to make a medium darkness toast or trying to pinpoint how many minutes it may take for Dualit to toast bread to that condition. There's no setting at all for anything less than 30 minutes! Also, the distance between 0 and 30 is so narrow, it's impossible to eyeball it for around 3-5 minutes. It's going back. Unfortunately, there seem to be no alternative anymore as our industries are pumping out disposable garbage lately. Hope this helps someone to save a chunk of money. March 22, 2013
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