Compare Toaster Ovens With Or Without Convection Technology

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Michelle Thompson is an internet marketing apprentice and a passionate freelance and personal (own sites and coming books) writer. She's written on topics ranging from toaster ovens to psychology to brain nutrition and nootropics, and enjoys a vast variety of topics. Michelle is interested in making money online from home and spends a lot of her time learning, working (for other internet marketers) to learn the trade from experience.

Almost everyone over the age of 30 remembers the toaster oven. They were used in the past to warm, cook and bake bagels, toast, hot dogs, buns and pastries. Today, the toaster oven can do so much more with new technology that has brought the outdated toaster oven into the 21st century.

You can use this guide to compare toaster ovens with and without convection technology to discover the most functional and affordable options. First let's cover what convection means. Convection technology takes the heat from heating coils or heating bulbs and circulates the hot air throughout the oven with a fan.

This means it does not matter where you place the food to be cooked as it will receive even heat resulting in faster cooking time.

 

This process also locks in the natural juices and flavor of the food.


Non-convection ovens require that you place your food in the center since heat from baking is generated from heat elements below the rack(s) to keep it from being burned.

 

 


Top Rated Toaster Ovens with Convection:

 


Cuisinart TOB-195:

 


 

 

Features include:


  • electronic touchpad
  • 0.6 cu. ft. capacity
  • stainless steel
  • brushed chrome design
  • recipe book
  • oven timer
  • clock timer
  • reheat
  • defrost
  • bake, broil
  • toast
  • shade control.

 

Its extra-large capacity allows you to cook a 12 inch pizza.

 

 


 

T-Fal Avante Elite OT8085002:

 


 

 

T-Fal already has a good reputation for producing high quality cookware and small appliances, so it's no surprise that this convection toaster oven got rave reviews.

 

Features include:

     
     
     
  • two ovens (main oven and top warming tray)
  • convection
  • adjustable thermostat from 150 F. to 500 F.
  • two shelf positions
  • non-stick pans
  • crumb drawer
  • non-stick interior oven walls

 

 

Cooking functions include:

 

  • baking
  • broiling
  • grilling
  • toasting
  • warming

 

 


 

 

Top Rated Toaster Ovens without Convection:

 

 


 

 

Sanyo Space Saving Two Level Toaster



The Sanyo SK-7S two level super toasty oven is just that, a two level toaster oven! It has two toasting levels inside and a space saving design.

It's great for bagels, English muffins and hot dog and hamburger buns. Both levels and toast, brown, melt, crisp or cook.

The top level is for single servings and the bottom level is great for warming or reheating larger servings. It provides 950 watts of power and 4 analog control settings.

 


DeLonghi Toaster E01200B Oven

 


 

 

This one has room for one 12 inch pizza or six slices of toast. It:

  • bakes
  • broils
  • toasts
  • warms
  • reheats
  • even has a slow bake function.

 

It has 0.5 cu. ft. interior space, 1400 watts of cooking power and auto shutoff for safety.

 

 

When you compare toaster ovens, keep in mind the various functions each provides including safety and size.

Toaster type ovens with convection technology can range in price from about $25 to $300 depending on the brand and features.

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