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Cuisinart Air Fryer Convection Toaster Oven


Cuisinart Air Fryer Convection Toaster Oven Price History


Current Price £503.96 July 10, 2024
Highest Price £503.96 June 5, 2024
Lowest Price £503.96 June 5, 2024
Since June 5, 2024

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£503.96 June 5, 2024

Cuisinart Air Fryer Convection Toaster Oven Description

Unparalleled Cooking Performance in a Streamlined Design

The Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster Oven is a powerful piece of kitchen equipment in a sleek, modern package. It’s designed to fit comfortably and seamlessly on most kitchen counters, so you don’t have to worry about sacrificing precious countertop real estate to gain the culinary prowess of a top-notch air fryer or convection oven. This versatile machine harnesses the benefits of an air fryer to deliver a perfect texture, while a convection fan circulates hot air around the food for even cooking to lock in flavor. You can use it to bake, roast, grill, fry, and more. Its roomy 0.6 cubic foot capacity can easily fit a 12” pizza, four slices of toast, or a 4-pound chicken.

Revolutionary Technology for Exceptional Results

Boasting a 3.8-quart air fryer basket and 1800-watts of power, the Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster Oven is a genius combination of technology and convenience. It uses 60% less energy than conventional toaster ovens and circulates hot air throughout the cavity to cook food more efficiently. It also features up to seven adjustable cooking settings, so you can precisely control the temperature and cooking time and enjoy delicious, evenly cooked results each and every time. It even comes with a convenient 60-minute timer and shut-off feature for added convenience.

A Multitude of Accessories for Versatile Cooking

The Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster Oven comes with an array of attachments to help you get the most out of your kitchen equipment. It includes accessories like two air flow racks, a baking pan and an air fryer basket, so you can easily and quickly switch between different cooking methods and recipes. The air fryer basket also includes a handle for easy removal of food when it’s done. It also comes with a recipe book full of creative ideas to get you started making all kinds of delicious dishes.

Cuisinart Air Fryer Features

• 0.6 cubic foot capacity fits up to 12” pizza
• 3.8 quart air fryer basket
• 1800-watts of power
• Up to seven adjustable cooking settings
• 60-minute timer and shut-off
• Two air flow racks, baking pan, air fryer basket, and recipe book included
• Uses 60% less energy than a conventional toaster oven
• Sleek, streamlined design fits comfortably and seamlessly on most kitchen counters

Cuisinart Air Fryer Convection Toaster Oven Specification




‎Stainless Steel

Product Dimensions

12.25"D x 15.75"W x 13.75"H


0.6 Cubic Feet

Special Feature



1800 watts


Stainless Steel

Control Type


Door Style

Dropdown Door

Included Components

oven rack, baking pan, airfryer rack/basket and grill

Item Weight

‎23.1 pounds

Model Name

Airfryer Convection Toaster Oven

Finish Type


Door Material Type

stainless steel

Power Source

Corded Electric



Country of Origin


Item model number


Date First Available

October 5, 2021

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Cuisinart Air Fryer Convection Toaster Oven Reviews (10)

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4.4 out of 5
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  1. Terrence S.

    Perfect when it works. We have cooked and warmed up so many things in this appliance besides bread. The convection feature with the large fan is quite an improvement over the previous model iterations with smaller side fans which didn’t produce much of a convection effect. Quite the opposite in this model. However as I said in the tile, the top elements stopped working in any of the heating modes yesterday (1.2 yrs of use). I would expect this appliance to last like the previous Cuisinart toaster oven that lasted 9 years of similar daily use. We do not have the knob selector issue in this model, as it is one of the major complaint of the silver colored TOA-60 model. Will see what kind of service Cuisinart Support will offer to us.
    Edit: took only 4 hours to have a customer service rep call me. Very helpful, sent in pictures and will get my new replacement in 5-10 business days! Unfortunately this model is no longer in stock and in production, so ill get a bright Stainless Steel finish, not the darker and black sides SS. Great service otherwise Cuisinart! (bumped from 1 st to 4 star due to great customer support -edit)

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  2. Mary Ponds

    Make sure you only hold it with the black handles when pulling it out from under the cabinets. Do not grab it from the front underneath it or it will cut you like a razor blade. As long as you hold it by the black plastic handles which are on each side you will be fine. Otherwise it cooks great and airfries perfectly.

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  3. A. McAdams

    I’m very pleased with this Air Frier/ Toaster Oven. Calling this segment of ovens “Air Frier” is in my opinion a marketing ploy and misleading. Frying is not what these do, they are essentially convection ovens that cook very fast and effectively by circulating very hot air around your food. The result is wonderfully crispy fries, fish, chicken, etc. in half the time of a conventional oven.

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  4. flaghorse

    WOW! I received this as a mother’s day gift. I did the research and chose this model. I wasn’t sure how much we would actually use it, but once I figured out all of the voodoo magic this thing can do, I have basically stopped using the oven. A+ it doesn’t heat up the house like the circa 1978 gas stove does. A+ it is much FASTER than the relic. A+++ for the air fry perfect crisp/less oil miracle. I have also roasted veggies in it, of course toasted various thickness of breads, made homemade chicken tenders to absolute perfection, and did I mention the roasted baby reds??? The ONLY reason for- a star is that the components say they are not dishwasher safe. I suspect they would be fine but have been handwashing immediately before anything becomes stuck. I do feel it is a great value for the money, and I will keep experimenting. I’d like to try bacon, but I’m a tad afraid of the mess…..

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  5. John Goerzen

    There’s a lot to like about this unit: as an air fryer, it has the largest surface area I found, larger than the biggest Phillips or GoWise units (and surface area, rather than volume, is what really matters). It makes some delicious food and ticks some excellent boxes. Unlike the GoWise air fryer I had started with, but returned because the coating on the pan was coming off after only 3 uses, these trays are more durable. I debated whether to give it 2 or 3 stars, and overall I am keeping it so I gave it 3. But there are some pretty serious drawbacks.

    The first is quality control. On the first unit I had, only 2 of the 4 upper heating elements would ever work on any setting. (Note that only the outer 2 are enabled on some settings, such as broil, so that appears to be at least somewhat normal.) Moreover, the timer was wrong — set it to 10 minutes, and you get 14. Set it to 20, and you get 24. Very consistently off like that. On these grounds, I returned it.

    The replacement has working heating elements, but its timer runs 6 minutes long: 15 minutes gets you 21. This is very consistent. The label on the timer clearly had an inappropriately large gap between 10 minutes and 0, and this seems to be a design defect for the entire unit. I saw a lot of people here complain about the unit being too hot. I did not experience that, but it is possible that the timer’s inaccuracy would cause people to think that. The replacement unit also had uneven feet and doesn’t sit quite still on the counter.

    Secondly, the Cuisinart service. They could not tell me the difference between convection bake, convection broil, and convection air fry. Moreover, they promised to have a replacement for my timer problem at my door in 7-10 days. It’s been more than that, and all they say when I call is that the warehouse is “processing”. They said it could take weeks for “processing”, and it would be 7-10 days after THAT. They also outright lied to me (saying the warehouse didn’t have a phone; found the number on the Internet).

    So if you’re wondering about the different settings, here’s what they do:

    Convection bake: both bottom elements and outer two upper elements

    Convection broil: outer two upper elements only

    Air fry: all 4 upper elements only

    This isn’t clearly stated in the manual and Cuisinart doesn’t seem to know what their own product does.

    All three of these have the fan on high. The non-convection bake and broil have the fan on low but are otherwise the same.

    Bottom line: do not buy this for the warranty. It is so slow as to be indistinguishable from not existing. Buy it and a $5 digital kitchen timer.

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  6. CM63

    I love that I could get rid of my toaster, have convection baking for small items without having to heat up my oven, and air fry for greater health. The appliance is so attractive that I definitely don’t mind having it out on display all the time. I am bummed that I had to pay extra to get a white one, when a stainless one would have been cheaper, but … oh well. The white ones are harder to find, and cost more, and I don’t know why.

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  7. R. H.

    This is a solid toaster oven/air fryer (TO/AF) depending on what your needs are. If you’re the type that doesn’t like to watch your food and just likes to toss it in the TO/AF and walk away, then this is NOT the one for you. As many other reviews have mentioned, this TO/AF tends to run very hot so you do need to play with the temperature and time and keep an eye on your food, to get the outcome you want. But I don’t mind monitoring as I go so this was definitely a good match for me. I researched several brands at this price point as well as both lower and higher price points, and they ALL have their issues. I steered clear of brands that had the AF fans on the sides or back panels of the oven because those are not true air fryers, those are convection ovens. Convection ovens and air fryers do use the same technology, however, where the fans are placed within the oven, is what separates out the two. The air has to blow directly from the top onto the food for it to truly be considered air frying and that is how this TO/AF is designed. Next thing I looked at was digital panel vs turn dials to operate the TO/AF. I opted for the turn dials because I found for the digital panel, many reviews complained of them malfunctioning with error codes and I didn’t want to deal with that. However, I do have 2 complaints with the turn dials, 1) the timer dial starts at the 10 minute mark and increase by every 5 mins, all the way up to a total of 60 mins. So for example, if you want to cook something for say only 7 mins. or 12 mins., you have to ballpark it; 2) dials run hot to the touch when in use so be careful. As far as clean up, one negative is, all the interior pieces need to be handwashed, they are not dishwasher safe. Clean up of the rack and AF basket were easy, however, the drip pan did require some elbow grease. Going forward I’ve been putting a piece of foil in the pan for easy clean up. The manual says not to do that because it will make the unit run hotter but again, I monitor very closely and it’s been fine. Interior was easy to clean with a sponge and Mr. Clean eraser. Lastly, what have I cooked in it so far. Well the one thing that was definitely a bust was making toast. I have yet to meet a toaster oven that can make a decent piece of toast so I still use my regular pop up toaster for that. Otherwise, so far I have air fried chicken nuggets, vegetable egg rolls, assorted hors d’oeuvre, Brazilian cheese bread, french fries and pizza. All of which came out perfect except for the pizza, the crust was a little over done so next time I have to just adjust the time and temp a little bit. Hope this helps someone to decide if this is the right TO/AF for them.

    Addendum: air fried bacon did not cook evenly but air fried chicken wings came out excellent and so did grilled breakfast sausages. So definitely have to experiment with different thing’s to see what cooks up nicely and what doesn’t.

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  8. Ana

    me gusto

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  9. anon

    Much easier to clean. Heat is more accurate

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  10. Brenda

    I love this air fryer works excellent things come out crispy much more healthier.
    I work recommend this to everyone.

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