Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster Oven​
27,921 ratings
4.5/5

Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster Oven

Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster Oven

Cuisinart Toaster Oven Reviews: 10 models compared

1 . Cuisinart TOA-65
Cuisinart TOA-65
945 ratings
4.5/5
2. Cuisinart TOB-260N1
1552 ratings
4.5/5
3. Cuisinart TOA-28 Compact
Cuisinart TOA-65
216 ratings
4.5/5
4. Cuisinart TOA-60
4. Cuisinart TOA-60
9147 ratings
4.5/5
5. Cuisinart AFR-25
1688 ratings
4.5/5
6. Cuisinart TOB-135N
6. Cuisinart TOB-135N
762 ratings
4.5/5
7. Cuisinart TOB-60N1
7. Cuisinart TOB-60N1
699 ratings
4.5/5
8. Cuisinart TOB-40N
3547 ratings
4.5/5
9. Cuisinart TOB-80N
Cuisinart TOA-65
162 ratings
4.5/5
10. Cuisinart CSO-300N
10. Cuisinart CSO-300N
268 ratings
4.5/5

Comparison of models

Best Air Fryer Toaster Ovens

CSO-300N vs TOB-80N:

The main difference between these models is that the CSO-300N is focused on convection and steam heat cooking and the TOB-80N model is a classic toaster oven mainly for toasting and warming use. Size wise they also differ, the CSO-300N is practically twice the size of the TOB-80N.

CSO-300N vs TOB-40N:

These two models differ on the use that can be given to them, the CSO-300N is mostly oriented for baking bread, dough or vegetables since it got steam heat technology, and the TOB-40N comes with the typical toaster oven options such as toast, warm, broil, bake. The size is pretty similar on both of them, and when it comes down to reviews, the CSO-300N shows more acceptance.

TOB-80N vs TOB-40N:

Both of these models share almost the same pre-set configurations, except “bagel”, only present in the  TOB-40N. The other difference is the size: the TOB-80N has a 0.35 ft interior space and the TOB-40N comes with 0.50 ft volume. Basically, the choice between them comes down to the capacity needed.

CSO-300N vs TOB-60N1:

These two ovens differentiate each other on the use given. The TOB-60N1 is a conventional toaster oven with a convection baking and broiling model, and the CSO-300N model belongs to another line from Cuisinart oriented to steam baking, although it can be used for conventional everyday toasting. The capacity of both is 0.6 cft, so they can fit a 12” pizza or casserole. Another difference is that the CSO-300N comes with a digital panel where the mode, temperature, and other settings are more visible.

TOB-80N vs TOB-60N1:

The TOB-80N is a simple model that comes with the basic functions of a toaster oven that also bakes and broils. On the other hand, the TOB-60N1 brings the convection baking besides all of the configurations of a mini-oven. Size-wise, the TOB-60N1 almost duplicates the TOB-80N´s capacity.

TOB-40N vs TOB-60N1:

The TOB-60N1, besides having convection technology, differs from the TOB-40N on the capacity, being the first one a little bigger. An advantage the TOB-40N has over the 60N1 is definitely the auto slide-out rack, which allows the user to handle the hot food in a safer way.

CSO-300N vs TOB-135N:

Both of these models offer convection modes; however, the CSO-300N is specially designed for steam cooking and baking, and the TOB-135N is a toaster oven with convection settings. They both have digital panels for temperature and time visualizations and have the same inside volume: 0.6 ft.

TOB-80N vs TOB-135N:

The TOB-80N comes with the typical toasting, warming, broiling settings and with manual knobs that control temperature and intensity of toasting, the TOB-135N being almost twice the size comes with all those modes plus defrosting and convection, that can be controlled through a digital screen alongside with timing.

TOB-40N vs TOB-135N:

The TOB-40N is 0.1 ft smaller than the TOB-135N, and function-wise is similar to the TOB-80N, in which you can choose between warm, broil, bake, and toast mode. The TOB-135N, besides convection, offers defrosting and a digital screen where the temperature and time remaining are shown. As a safety measure, the TOB-40N has an auto slide-out rack that the TOB-135N doesn´t have.

TOB-60N1 vs TOB-135N:

The TOB-135N is the sophisticated version of the TOB-60N1 since they both have the same capacity. The TOB-135N comes with all the cooking modes the TOB-60N1 has plus defrosting and three rack positions, which offers more flexibility and height when needed. On the ratings, the TOB-135N  seems to have more acceptance. In addition, the controlling screen is present on the TOB-135N.

CSO-300N vs TOB-260N1:

The TOB-260N1 comes with 15 pre-set configurations for cooking; however, it is unable to steam heat cook as the CSO-300N can. On the other hand, the TOB-260N1 is a multi-purpose appliance that can replace a full-size convection oven and microwave, unlike the CSO-300N, which is more a steam/bake oriented machine.

TOB-80N vs TOB-260N1:

The TOB-80N is the TOB-260N1´s little brother, being one-third of the size and only with 4 configurations against 15 that the 260N1 has. The TOB-80N doesn’t come with convection technology nor digital display. These two models satisfy very different needs of capacity and variety.

TOB-40N vs TOB-260N1:

The TOB-40N has half the internal capacity of the TOB-260N1, and option-wise it comes with the basic configurations of a small oven. On the other hand, the TOB-260N1 can execute more customized recipes but at a higher price, which can be three times the cost of the TOB-40N.

TOB-60N1 vs TOB-260N1:

These two models share the convection cooking technology at two different sizes, being the TOB-60N1 40% smaller than the TOB-260N1. Consecutively, the TOB-60N1´s price is also 40% the price of the TOB-260N1. Besides the size, the 260N1 has a digital screen and 7 more pre-set configurations than the other.

TOB-135N vs TOB-260N1:

Out of the bunch, these two are the most similar. However, when it comes to capacity, TOB-260N1 is much bigger. In addition, it comes with the auto slide-out rack, which is a very missed feature that unfortunately the TOB-135N 157 doesn’t come with. Also, the TOB-135N 157 being the top of the line, comes with 15 pre-set configurations vs the 10 of the TOB-135N.