Review of Two Best Oster Toaster Ovens

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Looking for the best toaster oven in the market from Oster?

I’ve found the two best toaster ovens made by Oster so you can choose the one that best fits your family:

These toaster ovens are the best Oster has to offer, but which one is the right option for you?

Let’s find out.

Introducing the Osters’ Large and Extra Large Countertop Ovens

Here’s a general look at both toaster ovens:

Oster Large Convection Toaster Oven

Oster Toaster Oven | Digital Convection Oven, Large 6-Slice Capacity, Black/Polished Stainless
  • 6 slice convection toaster oven for faster, more even cooking. This Oster Large Digital Countertop Oven can fit up a pan with the measure of 2 inches height, 10.5 inches width and 12.5 inches length
  • Convection technology and a wide temperature range of 150 to 450 degrees F let you cook with the convenience of an oven
  • Digital controls with 7 cooking settings and an interior light for easy viewing
  • Large interior can accommodate one 12 inch pizza, casseroles, cookies, and even a roast; Oven measures 19.72 w x 16.29 d x 11.33 h inches, with 31.5 inch cord
  • Includes Durable baking pan and removable crumb tray for easy cleanup. Watts: 1300w

As any flagship model, the Oster TSSTTVMNDG has everything you need from a countertop oven.

With a slick, durable design, a reasonably large size, intuitive navigation, and convection technology, I found this toaster oven to not just be one of the best Oster makes, but one of the best options in the market overall.


  • Larger capacity
  • Great convection mode
  • Toasts bread evenly
  • Convenient timer
  • Great at heating, cooking, toasting, and baking
  • Two oven racks
  • Great visibility
  • Internal light
  • Built to last
  • Reasonably affordable


  • Slow toasting
  • Not many baking options

Oster Extra Large Digital Countertop Convection Oven

Oster Extra Large Digital Countertop Convection Oven, Stainless Steel (TSSTTVDGXL-SHP)
  • Countertop convection oven features convection technology for fast, even heating
  • Digital settings for pizza, bake, broil, toast, and defrost
  • Large interior fits 2 take and bake pizzas, a family sized chicken, or 18 slices of bread
  • Easy clean interior and 90 minute timer with auto shut off feature
  • Includes 2 oven racks, a baking pan, and an integrated broiling rack. Watts: 1500W

If you’re looking for a large countertop oven that can do everything a regular-sized oven can do, the Oster Extra Large Countertop Oven TSSTTVXLDG-001 is a great option.

With powerful convection oven features, a versatile design that fits just about anywhere, and multiple cooking options, this extra-large countertop oven is a great option for anyone looking to cook a lot of food, quickly.


  • Very large capacity for a countertop oven
  • Easy to clean
  • Simple digital controls
  • Two oven racks
  • Can definitely replace your regular oven


  • Needs a large counter space
  • Delicate front door
  • Very hot exterior when cooking

Large or Extra Large, Which Toaster Oven Is The Right For You?

Here’s a list of features comparing both toaster ovens, so you know which one is the right fit for you:

Functions and Features

Oster’s Large Convection Toaster Oven seven cooking settings that include convection bake, pizza, toast, broil, and warm. You can easily access these functions through one-touch controls.

I found the navigation to be very straightforward. Simply select the option you want, adjust time and temperature, and start the toaster oven. It does lack one of those fancy screens with multiple functions, but, on the other hand, that just means you don’t need to figure out navigation and menus since everything is right there at the front.

The Extra Large Oster Convection Oven also features all buttons at the front, making the navigation experience very similar between these two.

The Extra Large Oster Oven has the same functions as the Large one, with “Convection Bake” being replaced with “Turbo Convection”. That’s because the Extra Large Oven is faster and more powerful at cooking, with cooking temperature ranges from 200 to 450 degrees.


Oster’s Large Oven features an interior oven light that, combined with the large front see-through door, makes it easy to check up on your food. The front is framed by a combination of brushed stainless steel and black, which, combined with the display and the bright red and green highlights, give the toaster oven a slightly retro feel.

This toaster oven also has removable cooking pans and crumb trays, making it very easy to clean.

The Extra Large Oven is completely covered with stainless steel with chrome accents, making it look a bit more modern than the Large one. Its large glass door, however, since it’s basically just a large piece of glass, is more fragile and prone to break.

This oven doesn’t feature a light, which I found odd, especially in this price range.

Both ovens have a 90-minute timer that automatically shuts down the oven, instead of just warning you the food’s done. 

Another feature I liked is the control panel design. Since neither have knobs or pop-in buttons, both control panels give you a nice flat surface that’s very easy to clean.

Heating Capabilities

Oster’s Large Oven employs convection technology to give you a temperature range of 150 to 450 °F, with a heating element of 1300 watts.

The Extra Large option is a bit more powerful with a temperature range of 200 to 450 °F, which you can adjust at intervals of 25°F  to ensure moist preservation while cooking.

Both toaster ovens are convection toaster ovens, which are far better and faster than traditional ovens, saving up to 50% of energy in comparison.


You can use the Large Convection Toaster Oven to toast up to 6 bread slices, a 12-inch pizza, or anything that fits in its 2 by 10.5 by 12.5 pan.

The oven measurements are 19.72” by 16.29” by 11.33”, and comes with a 31.5-inch cord.

Although it may not replace your regular oven, it certainly has the space to cook quite a lot of food.

The Extra Large Convection Oven measures an impressive 19.29’ by 21.65” by 12.91”, which can easily accommodate two large pizzas, a large chicken, a large roast, or up to 18 slices of bread.

With such a large space, this oven can easily replace your regular oven when cooking anything but a full turkey.

Accessories and Extra Features

The Large Oster Toaster Oven includes a very durable baking pan and removable crumb tray, while the Extra Large Digital Countertop Oven includes a baking pan, a pizza drawer and an integrated broil rack.

Which One Is The Best Oster Toaster Oven For You?

While both ovens are the best ones Oster has to offer, the best one will depend on your needs.

If you’re happy with your regular-sized oven and you need a great backup that can toast your bread and heat up and cook most of your food, the Large Oster Toaster Oven TSSTTVMNDG is a great option. With a fairly large interior, great convection capabilities, and timeless design, this flagship model is one of the best in the market.

If you however want the same experience in a more powerful oven that can replace a conventional one, the Oster Extra Large Digital Countertop Oven is the right one for you. At just about $30 more, it gives you far more space and more powerful heating, assuming you have the counter space for it.




How do you clean the Oster TSSTTVMNDG Toaster Oven?

Easy – just take it apart and use a mixture of baking soda and dish soap. Here’s a link to a more detailed toaster oven cleaning guide made by me.

Can you add another rack on top of the first one?

Yes, I recommend trying this one.

Can you use aluminum foil in the Oster TSSTTVMNDG Toaster Oven?

The manufacturer advises against it as the toaster oven may heat up over 500 degrees.

How big is the Oster TSSTTVMNDG Toaster Oven?

The real dimensions are 11.5″ by 19″ by 22″. This is an extra large oven that can hold two 16″ diameter pizzas.

Does the Oster TSSTTVMNDG Toaster Oven turn off when you open the door?



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