NuWave 20633 Pro Plus Oven with Stainless Steel Extender Ring, Black Review

NuWave 20632 Pro Plus Oven with Stainless Steel Extender Ring, Black

  • Infrared, Conduction & Convection cooking
  • 75% less energy & 70% faster cooking than a standard oven
  • Warm," "Reheat" & "Delay" settings and defaults to 155 Degree for 2 hours
  • Delay Timer begins cooking at the time you select
  • Cooks up to a 16 lb. turkey or 14 lb. ham
Speed up cooking time with this versatile Oven Pro Plus from NuWave. Designed to produce succulent meats, poultry, fish, vegetables and more, this domed oven uses conduction, convection and infrared cooking technology to quickly and easily cook foods. This oven includes an upgraded amber Polyetherimide dome, black base and digital panel, reversible cooking rack, second cooking rack, porcelain enamel liner pan and stainless steel extender ring. You can cook for up to 10 hours at a time to barbecu

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Cuisinart TOB-40N Custom Classic Toaster Oven Broiler

  • 1800 Watts to toast, bagel, bake and broil with a full size interior holds 11 inch pizza and 6 slices of toast, unit measures: 17" x 11.74" x 8.35"
  • Stainless steel front with rubberized easy grip dials and cool touch handle with easy clean nonstick interior and a front removable tray
  • Always even shade control monitors the temperature and adjusts timing to consistently toast to the shade selected every time
  • Convenient auto side-out rack for hands free loading and easy removal of cooked foods and automatic shutoff safety feature
  • Includes: baking pan/drip pan, broiling rack, wire rack, front removable slide-out crumb tray, and a clutter-free cord wrap
Cuisinart's custom toaster oven broiler is large enough and smart enough to present a full range of menu options. Toast 4 bagel halves, bake a 11 inch pizza, or broil two big open-faced sandwiches. This oven uses sophisticated internal temperature compensation technology to adjust time for the shade you select every time. It's user friendly with large rubberized easy grip function, temperature and toast shades dials, auto safety shutoff for all functions and oven-on indicator light. You have eas

List Price: $ 67.99 Price: $ 67.99

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6 Comments on “NuWave 20633 Pro Plus Oven with Stainless Steel Extender Ring, Black Review
  1. 29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for Florida Living, July 14, 2015
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    Seawind (Florida, USA) –

    This review is from: NuWave 20633 Pro Plus Oven with Stainless Steel Extender Ring, Black (Kitchen)
    I’m ALWAYS skeptical about infomercial products and the claims that come with them, not to mention the add-ons that they force you to buy. I found this on sale recently and decided to try it. While I haven’t had it all that long yet I’ve been using it as an indoor barbecue for the most part and for that it works really great. I’ve made ribs, smoked sausages, and of course lots of burgers and they’ve all come out great. I’ve also made a few other things like boneless skinless lemon pepper chicken breasts from rock hard frozen and was very pleasantly surprised at the results. I’ve converted some of my other recipes to work with the oven and they’ve come out great also. My thoughts have been I should have bought this thing years ago but the truth of it is that previous models of this product did not live up to expectations and I’m beyond glad that I waited. I do cover both the bottom pan and the grill rack with aluminum foil before using as I don’t have a dishwasher (except me) and I find that cleanup is much easier that way. If there is a bad side to this product I haven’t found it yet, and I’m beyond happy with it so far.

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  2. 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Convenient and Quicker than waiting for an oven to preheat ( mine is propane so it takes almost an hour to preheat to 350), July 1, 2015
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    This works great but could use a better instruction booklet. It cooks from top down and does take some experimenting to get things cooked just right. But once you figure out how long to cook something and when to turn it over you will love how it cooks..from burgers to chicken to vegetables.. baked potatoes not so much lol.. I do love the fact I dont have to wait for my oven to preheat and that I can put in frozen meat to cook thru..just be sure to turn often.

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  3. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    does what it says, July 19, 2015
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    Sean M. Poquette (biddeford maine) –

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    This review is from: NuWave 20633 Pro Plus Oven with Stainless Steel Extender Ring, Black (Kitchen)
    It works buy it, on my third one cooks food from frozen, yeah you have to turn it but still beats preheating a costly electric oven, great for apt, single people anyone who dosnt love cooking

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  4. 1,348 of 1,373 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Solidly Designed Toaster Oven, February 25, 2011
    By 
    Mrs. F. “Tina” (New Jersey) –

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    This review is from: Cuisinart TOB-40 Custom Classic Toaster Oven Broiler (Kitchen)
    For the most part…just the looks alone are nice and clean. It doesn’t look like a spaceship on the counter.
    Nice simple straight lines and simple on / off / bake / broil / etc controllers.

    There were later design ovens from this manufacturer, but for the price, and all the Basic Features, I figured how can I go wrong?
    With 1800 watts for the total heating elements…right there that tells you that it is going to heat up fast…maintain quickly to attain the setpoint, and perform like a regular electric range / oven / broiler; but just in a smaller package.

    Toast making is complete on both sides. Fast! And with no drying out of the toast bread.
    I was looking for the ability to toast bread, without the bread sitting there in the oven just drying out on the inside of the bread; while the outside was browning. That is the problem with toasters that are Lower Wattage. It is a proven fact in the testing sequence of a toaster designed to do just that….make toast.
    The setpoint maintains just that, with not much droop in temperature. It is quick to respond to maintain the setpoint (temperature selected) to do a fast cooking chore.
    The crumb catch tray just slides out easily for cleaning which is a plus. My old toaster oven had to be turned on its side to flip open the crumb tray. Wow! Those crumbs really sat in there till they cooked themselves to the tray.
    With the slide out easy clean tray…I clean the crumbs every two or three times I use the oven / toaster! Smart Design!

    The only downside …and it does not affect the useability of the oven; but it is annoying trying to see the settings plainly stamped in black lettering and numbering; but very very small. Just one step UP in the font SIZE would be a big improvement. I lost my 20 year old perfect vision some 40 or so years ago, and even with corrective lenses…I have to keep a little magnifying readers glass there just to see the settings of the controls. My 18 Y/O granddaughter who has perfect 20 /20 vision even has difficulty seeing the setpoints.
    All In All….I recommend it highly. The functions and power of this little machine are absolutely great. It is definetely not in the toy division like some other products of the like are in.
    I had to give this 4 stars**** only because of the inability to clearly see the setpoints on the controls that are printed so small. That’s My Opinion Anyway!

    Oooops! one more important item, is the fact that there are multiple slots to position the shelves / rack etc for the different applications of cooking / heating / toasting etc.”NICE”

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  5. 1,288 of 1,319 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Just What I Wanted… Until it Broke **Updated Review**, April 25, 2011
    By 
    MsG

    This review is from: Cuisinart TOB-40 Custom Classic Toaster Oven Broiler (Kitchen)
    After a long search, I was unhappy with the selection of toaster ovens in my price range – my price range being as inexpensive as possible! My old Black & Decker toaster oven that I bought at my neighborhood drug store lasted for at least 10 years. I was totally happy with it. The cheaper new ones are not the same – they all have that timer dial for toasting with a space of 1cm (or less) to determine the shade of toast. I just don’t like that type of control knob.
    Anyway… I decided to spend a little more to get what I really want, and this Cuisinart has all of the functions that I like – the generous shade control, nicely spaced options on the function and temperature dials, an on/off switch for toasting, and a pull-out crumb tray.
    It has two heating elements on both bottom and top which seem to help the oven heat up quickly and toast evenly.
    Like all toaster ovens I have encountered, the top and back do get hot – the sides not as much.
    I could not find the true dimensions of this toaster oven anywhere (even on Cuisinart’s website & I don’t know where Amazon’s “product dimensions” measurements came from) so I’ll post the dimensions as I measured them here:
    16″ W
    9″ H
    13″ D (That is WITH the “feet” on the back that prevent it from sitting flush against the wall [presumably for safety], but WITHOUT the handle, which adds 1.75″ to the depth)

    It is bigger than I am used to, but definitely not the biggest out there.

    I am very, very happy with this toaster oven and am only withholding a star because I’ve only had it for a few days. That fifth star has to be earned for durability!

    ****UPDATE November 2012****
    Well, it is NOT getting that 5th star. In fact, I changed my review to 3 stars based on . I have been happy with this toaster for 1.5 years. Then an element failed. It started basically melting and cracking, and I fully expected it to burst into flames at some point.
    I contacted Cuisinart. The toaster iss still under the 3-year warranty, and they offered to send a replacement. I have to mail the current toaster to them, which would cost me about $20, and I would also have to pay Cuisinart $10 for processing/shipping the new one.
    $30 seems like a lot of my money to spend replacing something defective, so I am still undecided about going forward with it, though I suppose it is worth it unless I simply want to buy a lower-end replacement. I do still like this toaster as a whole and have found it to perform well until its failure.
    I’ve had two previous really cheap toasters that lasted 10 years each, so I’m very disappointed in the longevity of this one.
    Update #2 – 2.75 years after update #1:
    I wound up getting a replacement toaster oven locally in late 2012, but I just had to lay to rest that second TOB-40. Yup – again a heating element melted and warped, surely about to crack open and spark. It dropped so low I could not slide out the crumb tray. I am not giving the Cuisinart toaster ovens a third chance. I am dropping this review to two stars – I like the toaster’s functionality and design, but the heating element issue is ridiculous.

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  6. 1,039 of 1,077 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Goldilocks of Toaster Ovens, August 27, 2011
    By 
    Adam
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    This review is from: Cuisinart TOB-40 Custom Classic Toaster Oven Broiler (Kitchen)
    My more expensive, super fancy Krups toaster oven recently kicked the bucket after about 4-5 yrs of service, and it was time to replace it. While my Krups was a good toaster oven (before it died), it took up a lot of space on the counter, it was expensive to buy, and frankly it had a lot of features (convection) and interior space that I just don’t use and don’t think are necessary in a toaster oven. So when I shopped for a replacement, I decided to go downmarket a bit.

    Problem is, the toaster oven market is bifurcated towards two extremes and IMO neither is ideal. On the low end, are super cheap pieces of junk. On the higher end, are expensive behemoths that take up all your counter space and have a lot of features that most of us will never use. Now I’ll admit, for someone who lives in say a small apartment and doesn’t have a regular oven, the second type may make sense. But I live in a house with a regular kitchen and I have a regular oven and a cooktop, as well as a gas grill and a big green egg. What this means is, I’m not going to be roasting a whole chicken or searing steaks or baking any cakes or cooking thanksgiving dinner in my toaster oven. What I mostly use my toaster oven for is 1) toast! and 2) heating up things like leftover pizza or empanadas or really anything else that will get soggy in the microwave but you don’t want to wait for the regular oven to preheat when alls you want to do is heat up a single item, and 3) odd things like maybe an open faced sammich or something. So really, anything small that you want to heat up quickly yet still have it be crispy. I have a hunch a large percent of toaster oven owners use them pretty much like I do and want a quality product but don’t want a $300 large convection toaster oven taking up all our counter space, but also don’t want to trust the $20 hunk of junk that looks like it will die in 2 weeks and can’t toast evenly.

    This toaster oven is a good choice because:

    1) It’s simple – toast, bagel, bake, broil. The analog controls are simple to use, and unlike a digital keypad it “remembers” what your last setting was (for say toast darkness or oven temp), which you are likely to use repeatedly. Some reviews complained the controls are hard to read, and I don’t find this to be a problem although I do have good near-sight vision. The crum tray is easy to remove, clean, and replace.

    2) It works – nice even toasting. Heats up quickly for reheating items. I was surprised at how light it was out of the box, but it works well so this doesn’t appear to be a problem.

    3) It’s a fair price – way cheaper than the expensive convection ovens, but not so cheap as to be garbage

    4) Small footprint – doesn’t take up much counter space yet still big enough for everything I want a toaster oven to do. Honestly if something can’t fit in this thing I have no problem firing up the regular oven.

    Now, there seem to be 2 basic complaints on this model and I don’t find either to be a problem:

    1) No timer – who cares? I’m only using it for toast (which does shut off when it reaches desired darkness) and to heat up small stuff that only takes a few minutes, I can hang around and keep an eye on it. Again, this seems like more of a problem for people who want to bake a cake or something and I don’t know why you’d want to use a toaster oven to do that.

    2) A lot of people complain that the toast comes out too dark – I’m puzzled by these complaints as I find it extremely easy to set the toaster to desired darkness. The medium setting comes out pretty much what I’d expect medium toast to be, and more importantly you have infinite adjustability with the analog controls so it shouldn’t take you much experimenting to figure out how you want it. One person even complained they had this for over a month and couldn’t get toast that wasn’t burned – I’d say this person either got a defective unit, or they are severely challenged when it comes to the operation of small electronics and/or employing the trial and error method.

    Overall – there should be more toaster ovens in this segment. If you don’t routinely roast whole prime ribs or do hard core baking in your toaster oven, this should suit your needs well.

    Edit: Well, 3 1/2 years later, one of the coils was coming apart and my girlfriend threw the Cuisinart away because she claims that’s a fire hazard! Replacement is a Kitchenaid unit purchased from Costco (which also doesn’t have a lot of unnecessary bells and whistles, although it’s a bit bigger). The new Kitchenaid definitely does not toast as quickly or evenly as the trusty old Cuisinart! I wish we’d just bought another as it’s replacement. 3 1/2 years isn’t too bad for a toaster oven that was used fairly often and not really taken care of, rarely cleaned etc. I stand by my old 5 star review.

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