Summary: I am replacing my old one just like this cos it worked great for many years. This one has plastic nobs instead of metal ones and it cooks hotter ..so we often burn our toast now! This model also had plastic nobs on back to hold it away from the wall..my other one had nice rubber ones.
Summary: I had a toaster oven that I used to cook everything in when I didn't want to heat the house by turning on our regular oven or if I was making something small. This oven gets VERY hot VERY quick and the temperature is not at all accurate.
Summary: Until last week I would have rated this oven a 3.5 star product. It's attractive on the outside and looks nice on the counter. We mainly used it for waffles and toast but at least monthly it served as a small oven to broil fish. I liked it initially because of the wide array of functions it serves.
Summary: I have had this toaster oven for over a year and still haven't gotten used to how long to cook things. I frequently burn toast and English muffins. Still, I think it is a fairly good quality product. This may not be the toaster oven to buy if children or forgetful people are going to be using it.
Summary: I purchase a least 20 Oster ovens a year. My model (6290) has been discontinued so I went to the replacement models the Oster rep told me to go with (6081 & TSSTTVMATT). I have never had a problem with the handles getting hot with the old model and I probably used a few 100.
Summary: Had this same model for years. Then the heating element gave out. Found it on Amazin and Love it! Perfect size for everything, even baking dish for roast chicken. Even heating and toasting. I broil, have baked cookies, just about everything but tall cakes...it's great.
Summary: We have had this oven for 5 years and it is still going strong. Never had a problem with this one. The only thing that I don't like about it is the mechanical timer. We will probably upgrade to a digital one next time. Also, it takes a while to toast bread like most toaster ovens.