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Cuisinart TOA-60 Stainless Steel AirFryer/Toaster Convection Oven EXPIRED

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Amazon has Cuisinart TOA-60 Stainless Steel AirFryer/Toaster Convection Oven on sale for $129.99 when you 'clip' the $69.01 off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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  • 1800W Toaster Oven/Air Fryer
  • Fits 6 slices of bread/3-pound chicken/bake 12" pizza
  • Adjustable timer thermostat/60-minute timer/auto-shutoff
  • Nonstick/easy-clean interior
  • Stainless Steel Design/BPA free product
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  • Cuisinart TOA-60 Stainless Steel AirFryer/Toaster Convection Oven
  • Oven Light
  • Oven Rack
  • Backing Pan
  • Air Fryer Rack/Basket

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$129.99 after clipping the coupon for Stainless Steel, Black, and White. Free shipping w/Prime. QA Note: Seems the coupon is no longer on the stainless steel, just the black and white options The coupon is working for the stainless steel now.

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The smile links will either default to whatever charity the user clicking the link has already selected on their account, or if they have none set it'll default to regular Amazon page with a blurb at the top to let them select a charity if I recall. It doesn't go to the charity the OP has set on their account Smilie
I have had this for a few years - some of the points are probably similar to what others have mentioned on this thread

cons

- this runs hotter than the dial claims
- not a set it and forget it air fryer. Even after two years, I don't air fry anything without constantly checking on it.
- Not as efficient of an air fryer as a dedicated plastic one - but it does the job just fine for me.
- included accessories are a pain in the ass to clean.

pros

- interior volume , you can make way more food at a time and it will cook better as you can keep things in a single layer.
- toaster/air fryer functionality. I always grew up with toaster ovens. I can't imagine living without one. I'd rather have a slightly worse air fryer that can do both.
- design looks a lot better than a giant plastic air fryer - and will probably last longer.
- never had a single issue fitting an entire frozen pizza in here, cooks way faster, easier, and cooler than using an oven.


Sucks that its up to $130 as a deal, but I guess thats everything these days. I got this for around $100 a couple years back and would recommend it to anyone who cares to put a little bit of work in to make the best food you can out of an oven/air fryer. If you want to set it and forget it, you're gonna hate this, dont get it.

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The smile links will either default to whatever charity the user clicking the link has already selected on their account, or if they have none set it'll default to regular Amazon page with a blurb at the top to let them select a charity if I recall. It doesn't go to the charity the OP has set on their account Smilie
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I bit on this prior for the advertised 12" inside space (pizza) and already on it's way back. Still using my junk recalled Insignia that varies, but still more accurate with temperature, I don't think I want anymore spring/analog timers.
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Like ToolDeals indicated, the temperature settings are off (runs hot) and it doesn't have digital controls... nonetheless, I like mine just fine.

I don't just "set and forget", I'm always checking whatever I'm cooking. So, its shortcomings don't bother me. What it does do well is it heats up fast, cooks food quickly and evenly, and gets plenty hot when I need the extra heat.

I was worried about excess heat coming off the top of the oven since I have only an inch-and-a-half of space clearance beneath the kitchen cabinets. However, that hasn't been a problem at all.

Some customers complain about the fan noise, but it hasn't been a problem for me. Fact is, I wouldn't have noticed the fan at all except for the other customer complaints. Certainly not as noisy as my microwave oven's fan.

I got the white version and am pleased with its clean look. I can't say much on how dependable it is since I've only been using it a month, but so far so good.
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Have used this for 2 years now. Great at toasting/reheating foods. Air fryer is not as good as an enclosed unit.
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I have had this for a few years - some of the points are probably similar to what others have mentioned on this thread

cons

- this runs hotter than the dial claims
- not a set it and forget it air fryer. Even after two years, I don't air fry anything without constantly checking on it.
- Not as efficient of an air fryer as a dedicated plastic one - but it does the job just fine for me.
- included accessories are a pain in the ass to clean.

pros

- interior volume , you can make way more food at a time and it will cook better as you can keep things in a single layer.
- toaster/air fryer functionality. I always grew up with toaster ovens. I can't imagine living without one. I'd rather have a slightly worse air fryer that can do both.
- design looks a lot better than a giant plastic air fryer - and will probably last longer.
- never had a single issue fitting an entire frozen pizza in here, cooks way faster, easier, and cooler than using an oven.


Sucks that its up to $130 as a deal, but I guess thats everything these days. I got this for around $100 a couple years back and would recommend it to anyone who cares to put a little bit of work in to make the best food you can out of an oven/air fryer. If you want to set it and forget it, you're gonna hate this, dont get it.
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Price match with target and get $100 gift cards
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For all it's shortcomings, it's still great. Front-loading air fryers are a much better design than the pull out baskets.
It's true that the temp is wildly inaccurate, but we got the hang of it pretty quickly.
Make sure you put the tray in the lower position for air frying.
The function knob on ours broke a few weeks ago (after 2.5 years of daily use), and Cuisinart warranty service was really good.
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nice discount, bought it, thank OP!
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Like ToolDeals indicated, the temperature settings are off (runs hot) and it doesn't have digital controls... nonetheless, I like mine just fine.

I don't just "set and forget", I'm always checking whatever I'm cooking. So, its shortcomings don't bother me. What it does do well is it heats up fast, cooks food quickly and evenly, and gets plenty hot when I need the extra heat.

I was worried about excess heat coming off the top of the oven since I have only an inch-and-a-half of space clearance beneath the kitchen cabinets. However, that hasn't been a problem at all.

Some customers complain about the fan noise, but it hasn't been a problem for me. Fact is, I wouldn't have noticed the fan at all except for the other customer complaints. Certainly not as noisy as my microwave oven's fan.

I got the white version and am pleased with its clean look. I can't say much on how dependable it is since I've only been using it a month, but so far so good.
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I bit on this prior for the advertised 12" inside space (pizza) and already on it's way back. Still using my junk recalled Insignia that varies, but still more accurate with temperature, I don't think I want anymore spring/analog timers.
I have a refurbed digital version and maybe its just the refurb units, but after about a month the digital wheel begins to misregister. A microturn of the wheel causes the value to go up or down 1 to many digits. I've since been refunded my purchase and just let me keep the unit, but I still use it since it still works, just inconvenient.
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Better than the Target deal: $229.99 + $100 Target GC.
Half Truth. What made that deal great was Amazon was offing it for $175 at the time so you could price match to Target and have the $100 gift card. Which was the best deal so far.
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I have a refurbed digital version and maybe its just the refurb units, but after about a month the digital wheel begins to misregister. A microturn of the wheel causes the value to go up or down 1 to many digits. I've since been refunded my purchase and just let me keep the unit, but I still use it since it still works, just inconvenient.
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If they cannot get it right the second time through with a refurbished unit, I have to believe it was/is a poor design issue. From buying a few and reading reviews across many brands, types and styles of air fryers, I don't know that spending more money will get better quality.

The OP looks great with the drop down door, but a bit small inside for a 12" pizza and prefer digital settings that are also accurate. I am always multi-tasking and like washing clothes, I don't want to watch it do it's job.
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