Summary: This item looks great. I like everything about it aside from the fact that you can't set a timer. It goes from dark to light, which collectively amounts to roughly 10 min tops. You have to keep reseting it. Overall, a great looking and functioning toaster with many features.
Summary: I have only had this oven about 2 weeks but find it so handy. So much faster than having to use the big oven when I only want toast bread or bake canned biscuits. I did cook a pizza in there and was so surprised how nice it turned out. I like the style too. It has been a great kitchen tool for me.
Summary: This is my 4th DeLonghi toaster oven in 15 years and I'm very satisfied. It includes some improvements from older models: robust dials, convection, and a rounded back to allow for a full pizza. It maintains a simple and functional design (although the previous white enamel models were less robotic). Apart from Thanksgiving, it takes the place of a regular oven.
Summary: We keep ordering this model because we've always been pleased with cooking performance and the first one lasted years. The previous model didn't last very long, had shiny knobs that were hard to read, and knobs snapped in half. And we still ordered the new version! Why? A. Looks like they fixed all the previous issues with this model, still nice looks and knobs are much better. (Most knobs are really junky out there.) B.
Summary: Cooks well and evenly -- I even believe the fan shaves off may be five minutes of cook time. Seems well built and knobs are easy to use/figure out. My only minus is with the main oven rack. It seems a little short or flimsy as when any weight is applied and then it is slid in/out, it comes off of the track. I haven't had any food fall as it gets wedged low. It's just annoying and may eventually scrape the interior oven coating.
Summary: This oven was purchased to replace a well-used DeLonghi toaster oven that we had for over six years. The previous oven had been used daily (at least once a day) for that time. One of the lower heating elememnts became so warped we figured it was on "borrowed time";so we began looking for a replacement. A Delonghi of course! We chose this model as it closely represented the model we had (in printed description) only it was not.
Summary: I have owned 3 Delonghi Toaster Ovens over the past 20 years. Their current products are not nearly as consumer friendly then what they manufactured in the past. Their styling is nothing to rave about and they use to make a clean free product which they no longer make. The shelves are not up to standards. For the price the value is no longer there.