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Costco: Cuisinart TOB-135N Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler $79.99

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For Costco members,
Cuisinart TOB-135N** Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler, stainless steel
$79.99 with free shipping.
Backordered online https://www.costco.com/Cuisinart-...78875.html
Available in many warehouses for the same price.

[**Edit: This is Costco's model number CTO-270PC. The unit I received in the warehouse has rectangular buttons with labels on the faceplate above, an improvement to keep the labels from wearing off.]

Normal price at Costco is $99.99. $20 manufacturer's savings is valid 11/9/17 through 11/16/17. While supplies last. Limit 5 per member.

The Cuisinart® Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler has 9 functions, including convection, to handle your family's cooking needs. You can bake delicious cakes, roast potatoes, and crisp juicy roasts with this kitchen workhorse. With 0.6 cubic foot capacity, the Toaster Oven fits a whole chicken, a 12-inch pizza, or 6 slices of bread, and is conveniently controlled by an electronic dial and LED buttons. The Exact Heat™ sensor maintains precise temperatures, and the Always Even™ shade control ensures toast will meet your family's tastes.

Features:

1800 Watts
Spacious 0.6 cubic-foot capacity fits 6 slices of bread or a 12-inch pizza
9 functions
Digital controls with large blue backlit display; electronic dial and LED buttons
Preheat ready signal
Convection fan cooks food faster and more evenly
Easy-clean nonstick interior
Limited 3 year warranty

Outside Dimensions: 17.32" W x 20.47" L x 10.87" H
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Worth getting it. I've had this for 7 years and use it regularly. Still looks like new
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How does this compare to the Panasonic that's similarly priced and often featured here? Does the Cuisinart have an actual blower?

Also, is this the version with the round buttons with the labels on the buttons themselves that will eventually wear off, or the version with the rectangular buttons with the labels above them so they won't wear off as fast? I've seen both versions in stores. Which one have they settled on and which one are they shipping?
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For Costco members,
Cuisinart TOB-135N Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler, stainless steel
$79.99 with free shipping.
Backordered online https://www.costco.com/Cuisinart-...78875.html
Available in many warehouses for the same price.

Normal price at Costco is $99.99. $20 manufacturer's savings is valid 11/9/17 through 11/16/17. While supplies last. Limit 5 per member.

The Cuisinart® Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler has 9 functions, including convection, to handle your family's cooking needs. You can bake delicious cakes, roast potatoes, and crisp juicy roasts with this kitchen workhorse. With 0.6 cubic foot capacity, the Toaster Oven fits a whole chicken, a 12-inch pizza, or 6 slices of bread, and is conveniently controlled by an electronic dial and LED buttons. The Exact Heat™ sensor maintains precise temperatures, and the Always Even™ shade control ensures toast will meet your family's tastes.

Features:

Spacious 0.6 cubic-foot capacity fits 6 slices of bread or a 12-inch pizza
9 functions
Digital controls with large blue backlit display; electronic dial and LED buttons
Preheat ready signal
Convection fan cooks food faster and more evenly
Easy-clean nonstick interior
Limited 3 year warranty

Outside Dimensions: 17.32" W x 20.47" L x 10.87" H
Where do you see this model number (TOB-135N) on Costco.com? If you do a search for this item on the web the item that shows up is similar but not the exact same design as this one at Costco. And even on the Cuisinart site it does not show a model that looks exactly like the Costco one.
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Where do you see this model number (TOB-135N) on Costco.com? If you do a search for this item on the web the item that shows up is similar but not the exact same design as this one at Costco. And even on the Cuisinart site it does not show a model that looks exactly like the Costco one.
I'm wondering too. See my comment above. I've seen 2 versions of this in Costco stores so I'm wary of ordering this online and not knowing which one I'll get. I prefer the one with the labels above and not on the buttons, so they'll wear out less quickly. Although, at this point I don't see why they're not switching to touchscreens. That would also make them more programmable, especially if they're IoT-enabled. Imagine setting one of these from your phone!
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Where do you see this model number (TOB-135N) on Costco.com? If you do a search for this item on the web the item that shows up is similar but not the exact same design as this one at Costco. And even on the Cuisinart site it does not show a model that looks exactly like the Costco one.
The model I received in the warehouse is Costco's slightly improved version of TCO-135N. The manual says it is model CTO-270PC, which is nowhere to be found on Cuisinart's site. The only difference I can detect is the improvement of the control buttons, now rectangular with the button labels on the faceplate so they don't wear off. Picture attached.

In addition to the 3-year warranty, it comes with Costco's return policy so I figured I can't go wrong. I've only owned it for a few hours so I can't provide a review, but so far so good.
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How does this compare to the Panasonic that's similarly priced and often featured here? Does the Cuisinart have an actual blower?

Also, is this the version with the round buttons with the labels on the buttons themselves that will eventually wear off, or the version with the rectangular buttons with the labels above them so they won't wear off as fast? I've seen both versions in stores. Which one have they settled on and which one are they shipping?
I can't compare to the Panasonic model, but this does have an internal fan to circulate air in convection mode.

The model I received in the warehouse has rectangular buttons with labels on the faceplate above. Hopefully this will prevent the labels from wearing off, which was a recurring complaint about this model.
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right on got one
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How does this compare to the Panasonic that's similarly priced and often featured here? Does the Cuisinart have an actual blower?

Also, is this the version with the round buttons with the labels on the buttons themselves that will eventually wear off, or the version with the rectangular buttons with the labels above them so they won't wear off as fast? I've seen both versions in stores. Which one have they settled on and which one are they shipping?
If you are referring to the Panasonic unit that uses infrared heating it is a very good unit (I have one), the only problem is that the Panasonic is a lot smaller unit and does not have convection cooking.
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If you are referring to the Panasonic unit that uses infrared heating it is a very good unit (I have one), the only problem is that the Panasonic is a lot smaller unit and does not have convection cooking.
Yes, that one. We've owned two of them and they're great little ovens. Only problem is that eventually the mechanism that turns them off after they're done with whatever you asked them to do breaks, and they stay on, albeit at the lowest setting, but still hot enough to burn food if you're not attentive. This happened with both units. Plus they tend to cook a bit unevenly, more in the center than from and back. So we needed a new one anyway, and this seemed like a decent replacement. That it's larger and has a fan is an added bonus.
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I can't compare to the Panasonic model, but this does have an internal fan to circulate air in convection mode.

The model I received in the warehouse has rectangular buttons with labels on the faceplate above. Hopefully this will prevent the labels from wearing off, which was a recurring complaint about this model.
Thanks. I think I'll try to see if the local store has one as I don't want to chance getting the one I don't want online. Time for another Costco run anyway.

Totally unrelated, but I'm kicking myself for not getting a 2nd Ferrero Rocher chocolates box when they were on sale last month at under $9 for 48 pieces.
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The model I received in the warehouse is Costco's slightly improved version of TCO-135N. The manual says it is model CTO-270PC, which is nowhere to be found on Cuisinart's site. The only difference I can detect is the improvement of the control buttons, now rectangular with the button labels on the faceplate so they don't wear off. Picture attached.

In addition to the 3-year warranty, it comes with Costco's return policy so I figured I can't go wrong. I've only owned it for a few hours so I can't provide a review, but so far so good.
I've seen this before, what appear to be Costco-specific models that can't be found anywhere else or even on the manufacturer's site, but which closely resemble more standard versions. There's a 256GB flash drive Costco offers that's like this. I'm sure that their buying power allows them to order slightly customized models.

Anyway, glad to see that the new model has faceplate, not button-located labels, plus the 3 year warranty.
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Does it have an interior light? The specifications aren't coming up.
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Does it have an interior light? The specifications aren't coming up.
No interior light.
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Good thing I came across this post since my microwave just died on me.
Went to my local Costco and was disappointed to see all the units gone. Fortunately someone tried to hide one behind some blenders, mine now!
Tried the baking mode and made a quick quesadilla. The unit is small and have to get used to using oven mitts when handling the dishes/trays.

This unit is the updated one. The lettering is on the panel now and not on the buttons them self.
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