Waring Pro CO1000 Convection Oven Review

Waring Pro CO1000 Convection OvenConvection ovens are fan-assisted ovens. Unlike convention baking devices, these ovens work on convection technology and cook the food uniformly without any hotspots or burnt centers.

Waring Pro Co1000 convection oven is one such ultramodern baking device designed to cater your baking needs.

Waring is well known for its commercial and rugged stainless steel cookware, and this oven is no exception. Progressively designed and sturdily built Waring Pro CO1000 boasts a spacious stainless steel cooking cavity. Now, you don’t have to worry your food getting intoxicated by the Teflon coating of a nonstick interior chamber.

Cooking is a joy ride with Waring Pro Convection oven in your kitchen. It not only bakes deliciously moist and crumby cookies, cakes, pies, and tarts but also makes heavenly tasty roasted food items. You can even broil your favorite poultry items and seafood in this baking device.

1700 watts of high power makes the Waring Pro Co1000 convection oven a center of all your cooking needs from baking, convection baking to broiling and roasting. The oven works well with 120 minute timer and power and ready indicator lights.

The dial-in control knobs of the device make the baking unit ideal for seniors as it doesn’t create any usability problems as compared to high-end digitally controlled cooking devices with electronic touch buttons and digital control panels.

With dimensions of 20 x 20.5 x 12.5 inches and weight of no more than 40.2 pounds, the oven flaunts a solid brushed stainless steel finish that blends perfectly well with any sort of interiors. The 0.9 cubic feet of stainless steel cooking cavity offers three shelf position and is big enough to accommodate a quarter sheet pan. The box also includes 2 wire racks and a stainless steel baking pain.

In my opinion, the best feature of the oven is its stainless steel cooking cavity that doesn’t contain any toxic Teflon and offers healthy and safe cooking. All in all, a great oven for those who are looking for a small convection baking device if they can compromise with the fact that the box doesn’t include an additional crumb tray.

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