I love it. It cooks so well. I would definitely tell people about it.
Once you respect its power, you'll love it. This is no ordinary toaster oven. Re-read that at least twice. The power of this thing is not like any I have ever used. Pretty much anything you bake should be baked about 50 degrees less than you typically would, and for much less time. It has a light, and I suggest using it. Initially I burned almost everything. Now, I love it. While I bake chocolate chip cookies in the big oven, I can bake 2 6-inch skillet cookies in this one. I can bake a bag of popcorn chicken in it without having to heat up the big oven. I can air-fry a box of burgers or a bag of that famous red-bag chicken or a couple of juicy sirloin steaks. The husband loves making toast in it. We use it several times per day. It is well made of quality materials. The sides and top are stainless steel. The rack and basket are also stainless steel. The baking pan is a source of irritation because it is aluminum that discolors very easily. However, it is well made. There is also a full-size crumb tray that is very easy to remove.
Makes delicious crispy foods I am a big fan of the Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster Oven. It can be used for something as simple as-- well... making toast or crisp up frozen fries or fried chicken. No additional oils are needed. There are multiple settings: Air Fry, Convection Bake, Convection Broil, Bake, Broil, Warm, and Toast. You could even adjust the temperature and timer. There was a slight initial learning curve when first using it, but afterwards, it becomes second nature. Food heats up faster. The toaster comes with a frying basket, but it's a little difficult to clean.