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DeLonghi Convection Toaster Oven

DeLonghi toaster reviews, tips, and more product information.

If you’re looking for a DeLonghi convection toaster oven, you may have already learned that there are many potential options available for purchase.  Depending on what you’re looking for, you can get models that vary in terms of size, features, and looks.  Buying a DeLonghi toaster will be an experience that you’ll enjoy, provided that you do the right research before making your purchase.

Chances are that you’ll keep your DeLonghi convection toaster oven for a number of years, so it’s important that you get a unit that you know will give you what you’re looking for.

We’re now going to look at a few of the more popular DeLonghi convection toaster ovens on the market.  Each brief review will contain some details about the product, in addition to a price range and any other information that may be relevant to your buying decision.

DeLonghi EO1270B 6-Slice Convection Toaster Oven

This DeLonghi convection toaster oven is large in size, characterized by a 12.5 liter volume.  Think about how large that is in fact.  They say it can hold a 12-inch pizza, which should tell you enough about its capacity as compared to your typical DeLonghi convection toaster oven.  This is a great unit for a larger family, as meals can literally be prepared simultaneously.  Additionally, there’s some nice functionality here, as you can do a bit more than just bake or toast.  You can also broil or slow bake your food with the E01270B 6-slice convection toaster oven.  If there’s anything negative about this toaster, a few owners have complained about it being somewhat load for a convection toaster oven.  This item retails at $180 or so, but I’ve seen it on sale in various places for $80.

DeLonghi RO2058 6 Slice Convection Toaster Oven with Rotisserie

Like the DeLonghi convection toaster oven previously mentioned before this one, here’s another large unit that suits families well.  Even bigger than the other unit, the size of this convection toaster’s cavity is 20 liters.  This can hold six slices of bread at a time, which would basically allow you to make toast for the family (or prepare three sandwiches) all at once.  Unlike the E01270B, this comes with a rotisserie, allowing you to bake or broil any chickens with ease.  This DeLonghi convection toaster retails at a lower price than the E01270B, as the RO2058 currently retails for approximately $80 to $125 per unit.  I’ve seen it on sale for as low as $65 though.

DeLonghi DO1279 6-Slice Toaster Oven

This is a higher end DeLonghi convection toaster oven, and it’s all due to the unit’s functionality.  Unlike the two DeLonghi toasters mentioned above, this is a digital toaster oven.  Not only is it digital, but it’s bigger two.  This unit is said to fit two 12-inch pizzas at once, giving it twice as much room as the others.  Its technology is also said to heat up food faster than other toasters do.  All in all, this is the most highly praised DeLonghi convection toaster oven, and its higher price tag of $200.00 per unit dictates it.  Look for it on sale, and you might save up to 15 or 20% though.