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Black & Decker TR0964 Toaster Oven

Black & Decker TR0964 Toaster Oven
alaAverage 1.7

3 reviews

Sep, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Black & Decker TR0964 Toaster Oven. The average rating for this product is 1.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 33/100.

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Consumer review (epinions.com)

Black & Decker Toaster OvenTRO964

 

I've had my Black & Decker Toaster OvenTRO964 for four years now when the bottom quartz element died. I take some responsibility for that because I've always covered the bottom crumb tray with foil to avoid a mess but you're not supposed to. The foil...

Inexpensive, does the job, slide out rack, three-pronged grounded plug, On Indicator light, dings loudly

Messy, difficult to reach crumb tray. Annoyingly loud 30-minute timer that you can’t turn off

Not a bad toaster oven considering the price and what it does. If I hadn’t abused it using aluminum foil, the lower element probably would have lasted longer.

Dec, 2012

Consumer review (rakuten.com)

Everything toasted!

 

There's no control to turn the top heating element off! Thus, there's no way to just heat a muffin or warm a leftover. Everything comes out toasted or broiled! I had several Black & Decker toaster ovens previously and didn't realize they made one...

Sep, 2010

Consumer review (shopping.com)

Disappointment with the TRO964

 

I was / am disappointed in the performance of my new toaster (TRO964).  This morning my toast burned again.  The dial for toast is not accurate or forgiving. When I opened the toaster oven door to retrieve the burnt toast, the heating elements did not...

Price

No safety features; heating elements should shut off when door opens. Fire hazard

Mar, 2009