Toaster Oven with Broiler Works Great for Leftovers
23 October 2013
Excerpt: This is a really nice toaster for making toast, but you can use it for so much more! When I quit using the microwave for heating food, I needed to find new ways to heat and reheat food that I previously just used the microwave for.
Excerpt: The DeLonghi 6-Slice Toaster Oven with Broiler was the first toaster I ever owned. It's a very small toaster that would sit above my microwave. This device pretty straight forward and simple to operate. This machine worked well for 4 months or so and then it started to fall apart.
Summary: Please, please, please don't buy this product! How it is still available is beyond me. Our oven (about a year old) got stuck in the "on" position during toasting this morning. We noticed this and so we unplugged it (the only way to turn it off at this point, very dangerous).
Summary: If you want something that looks pretty, this fills the bill. otherwise, you can find something better.
Pros: Looks nice.
Cons: Plastic knobs are easily broken under normal use. Baked Pizza comes out burnt on one side, raw on the other if pizza is not rotated 180 midway through bake time. Parts are difficult to find and very expensive. The broiler element went out on mine, a new element is over $50, not worth fixing.
Delonghi is perfect for a home with children or grandchildren
18 April 2011
Excerpt: I purchased this Delonghi toaster oven broiler to have when my grandchildren are visiting. I always had one with my own children. It is so handy for breakfast but mainly after school snacks. It is a 6-slice toaster oven that bakes, broils, slow bakes, toasts and also keeps your food warm.
Summary: I have had to order 3 buttons twice in one year, and three buttons, springs for buttons (sold separately), s/h is $30 and change. Therefore, in one year I have almost paid twice for the oven which for a machine which doesn't heat up according to temperature set is a sad commentary...
Summary: I have had and liked DeLonghi toaster ovens in the past and bought this one based on that performance history, plus it's good looks. This model however, takes A CENTURY to toast or broil anything.
Summary: This is a nice-looking unit, but very cheaply made. DeLonghi products are no longer the sturdy, attractive appliances they once were. The three knobs are chrome-plated plastic and not metal. Also, there is no timer.