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Oster French Door Toaster Oven In-depth Review

Alan Nguyen
Alan Nguyen
Reviewer
Lap Vo
Lap Vo
Head of RTR
Tuyet Pham
Tuyet Pham
Professional Chef
Nguyen Ntk
Nguyen Ntk
Visual Specialist
Reviewed
Tested Using Methodology v1.0
The front of a closed Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven. The control panel is positioned vertically on the right. Inside the oven are a shining light, two baking racks, and one baking pan.

Overall Verdict

The Oster TSSTTVFDDG Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven is one of the largest capacity ovens we’ve tested. Even so, its sleek, elongated design fits spaces well, and the polished stainless steel casing is aesthetically pleasing in any kitchen.

It’s worth noting that the oven’s maximum power draw of 1500 W was enough to roast a whole chicken to great results. However, the oven showed limitations in heating speed and maintaining temperatures greater than 400°F for toast, pizza, and especially frozen french fries.

Furthermore, good ventilation, cool-touch door handles, and a removable crumb tray weren’t enough to justify the price. Essentially, it lacks premium design and usability features often seen in competitively-priced toaster ovens.

Things We Like

  • Large capacity
  • Interior lighting available
  • Easy-to-clean stainless steel exterior
  • Sturdy exterior
  • Air-ventilation holes on all sides
  • Cool-touch door handle
  • Convenient slide-out crumb tray

Things We Don’t Like

  • Convection fan isn’t togglable
  • Buttons not reliably responsive
  • Not very budget-friendly

The polished stainless steel Oster TSSTTVFDDG Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven has a sleek aesthetic design and an extra large capacity. It also has a full range of accessories and its cooking functions include convection bake. However, despite these features, it’s not the most budget-friendly oven.

Oster French Door Toaster Oven Performance: Medium Heat Only

The Oster TSSTTVFDDG was able to deliver a good performance in roasting a whole chicken which didn’t require high heat. However, the weakness of not being able to reach a high temperature quickly and maintain it affected its ability to make toast, pizza, and especially french fries.


6.0Toast

Oster French Door Toaster Oven Toast Test
From left to right, 24 pieces of toast for three toast levels including lighter, medium, and darker. On the upper row are the top sides, and on the lower row are the bottom sides of the toast.
The best four pieces of toast from the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven. On the left are the top sides, and on the right are the bottom sides of the toast.
On the left are four pieces of toast from the first batch, and on the right are from the second batch. On the upper row are the top sides, and on the lower row are the bottom sides.
Taste
: 6
50% * 6 = 3.0
Even Surface Color
: 6
20% * 6 = 1.2
Consecutive Usability
: 6
30% * 6 = 1.8
Function
Toast
Number Of Slices
4
Toast Level
4/6
Cooking Time
7m 25s
Second Batch
5m 31s
Convection
No

We began our Toast test on the Oster with the default toast level 4 and got pretty good results right off the bat. For good measure, we continued to try the toast level 3, where the timer was slightly too short for the color to develop evenly on the toast’s surface.

Finally, we tried level 5 to get a reference of a darker shade, only to end up with burnt toast. Unfortunately, while level 4 was the best option, it didn’t exactly have the highest score—only 6/10.

On this setting—7 minutes 25 seconds on the timer, the four pieces of toast on the upper tray level mostly had a nice golden brown color.  However, the color became dark as it got to the edges, especially in the areas where the bread was less dense.

A big part of the bottom right piece was also significantly lighter than the rest, possibly indicating a cold spot in the cooking chamber. With such unevenness, we could only give the surface color a 6/10 despite the good golden brown color.

With such a long toasting time, the bread became very crispy on the outside and dry on the inside. Our head chef, Tuyet Pham, said this crispiness would be great for eggs benedict and especially soup, but maybe not omelets and sandwiches. Unfortunately, the dark edges gave the toast a bitter taste preventing it from getting higher than a 6/10 from our chef.

We placed the second batch of four in immediately after the first one. We chose level 4 again whereupon the oven automatically deducted the timer to 5 minutes 31 seconds.

Since the oven was already hot, the aforementioned cold spot became less apparent. The toast was not as crispy nor dry as the first batch, which made it more suitable for sandwiches and omelets. However, the burnt edges were still a problem, so the oven received one final 6/10 for consecutive usability.

6.3Pizza

Oster French Door Toaster Oven Pizza Test
A toaster oven baked 9-inch thick-crust meat pizza with cheese, onions, and green bell peppers on top. The pizza is inside a grooved silver baking pan on a white background.
Two slices of toaster oven baked pizza on top of one another. It’s a 9-inch thick-crust meat pizza with cheese, onions, and green bell peppers on top. The pizza is inside a grooved silver baking pan.
On a white background, two hands break apart a slice of baked pizza using a toaster oven with cheese, meat, and green bell peppers on top.
Cooking Time
: 9
20% * 9 = 1.8
Crust
: 5.5
20% * 5.5 = 1.1
Toppings
: 6
30% * 6 = 1.8
Taste
: 5.5
30% * 5.5 = 1.6
Function
Turbo Convection
Temperature
450°F
Cooking Time
6m
Convection
Yes

We didn’t choose the Pizza preset because its temperature was only 400°F and didn’t match our Pizza test requirement of 450°F. Instead, we chose Turbo Convection as convection is desirable when baking pizza. Nonetheless, the Oster’s final score for baking pizza wasn’t very high, only 6.4/10.

We were impressed that the oven only took 9 minutes to bake a 9-inch thick-crust meat pizza placed on the upper tray level. According to our data on average toaster oven performance, this deserved a 9/10.

Unfortunately, the oven probably wasn’t powerful enough to crisp up the crust in such a short cooking time. Thus, parts of the bottom crust still got stuck despite the grooved pattern of the baking pan. The crust only had a light golden color on the surface, so it got a 5.5/10.

The main reason we decided to stop baking was that some tips of the meat and parts of the cheese started charring. It was a shame that the cheese wasn’t able to melt before this, so we could only give the toppings a 6/10.

We were able to prevent the toppings from burning and, thus, a bitter taste. However, the crust and the topping weren’t good enough for the taste of the pizza to get a score higher than 5.5/10 from our chef.

8.1Whole Roasted Chicken

Oster French Door Toaster Whole Roasted Chicken Test
A whole roasted chicken using a toaster oven on a white background. The chicken is belly up on a baking rack with a silver baking pan below.
A whole chicken roasted using a toaster oven on a baking rack with a silver baking pan below. The thermometer displays the same temperature of 181°F from two probes inserted into the right and left thighs of the chicken.
The roasted chicken is carved into ten pieces on a baking rack with a silver baking pan below. There are three pieces of the carcass, two wings, two thighs, two breast pieces, one drumstick, and two fallen leg bones.
Two hands pulling apart a juicy chicken thigh roasted in a toaster oven. In the white background is the rest of the roasted chicken on a baking rack with a silver baking pan below.
Cooking Time
: 7
20% * 7 = 1.4
Skin
: 7.5
20% * 7.5 = 1.5
Doneness
: 9.8
20% * 9.8 = 2.0
Taste
: 8
40% * 8 = 3.2
Function
Turbo Convection
Temperature
350°F
Cooking Time
1h 10m
Convection
Yes

The abundance of space seemed to help the Oster produce impressive results in our Whole Roasted Chicken test, scoring an 8.1/10. We placed a 3 lb chicken belly-up on the upper rack level and flipped it after the first 40 minutes.

After a total of 1 hour 10 minutes, the chicken was able to reach a desirable color, scoring a 7/10 for cooking time. Our chef suggested that roasting it any longer wouldn’t result in better skin caramelization. Thus, we decided to stop the roasting to not decrease the cooking time score further and to avoid overcooking the meat.

The skin mostly had an appetizing golden color, except for the sides of the two drumsticks, where the color was a little light. Because the oven’s heating elements and convection system weren’t very powerful, the skin only crisped up slightly, enough for a 7.5/10.

Nonetheless, the oven was able to maintain its temperature well enough to cook the entire chicken thoroughly without any pink spots. What surprised us the most was the fact that the chicken’s internal temperature was 181°F, nearly spot-on with the recommended 165°F - 180°F by the USDA. These earned a whopping 9.8/10 for doneness.

Interestingly, the meat came out so tender that the bone we held onto simply fell off as we tried to carve the chicken. If the skin was crispier, the chicken would have received a higher score than 8/10 for its taste.

4.1Baked French Fries

Oster French Door Toaster Baked French Fries Test
Pieces of baked french fries using a toaster oven inside a silver grooved baking pan on a white background.
A closeup of pieces of baked french fries using a toaster oven inside a silver grooved baking pan.
Pieces of baked french fries using a toaster oven. Eight pieces of broken-up fries are stacked on top of pieces of whole fries inside a silver grooved baking pan.
Cooking Time
: 0
20% * 0 = 0.0
Color
: 5
20% * 5 = 1.0
Texture
: 5.5
20% * 5.5 = 1.1
Taste
: 5
40% * 5 = 2.0
Function
Turbo Convection
Temperature
400°F
Cooking Time
30 m
Convection
Yes

We didn’t expect the Oster to score so low on our Baked French Fries test, at 4.1/10. Our assumption was that the cooking chamber was too large in ratio to the oven’s power output, so the oven wasn’t able to maintain a proper temperature for baking frozen fries. 

Even after 30 minutes—way over our time limit of 25 minutes—the fries had no significant color change. Thus, we had no choice but to stop the baking and give the fries a 0/10 for cooking time.

Most of the fries had a pale color like they were air-dried instead of air-fried. Some small pieces had a light golden color, but that wasn’t enough to get a score higher than 5/10.

Texture-wise, the fries were soft but dry on the outside, barely enough for a 5.5/10. With all that said, the taste couldn’t be any good. The only silver lining was that the fries were cooked, so our chef could still give it a 5/10 for taste.

In the Oster TSSTTVFDDG Double-Door Convection Toaster Oven Box

The Oster TSSTTVFDDG has one of the biggest cooking chambers among our tested toaster ovens, but it wasn’t designed to make full use of that. Its design features worth mentioning include air ventilation holes on all sides and an interesting upper heating element. Other than that, it lacks the premium features often seen in units of its price range.


In the Box

Top to bottom and left to right are a blue box, the Oster TSSTTVFDDG Toaster Oven, one baking rack, one baking rack with supports, a user manual, and a silver grooved baking pan on a white background.
  • Model: TSSTTVFDDG
  • Warranty: 1 year (US and Canada only)
  • User Manual
  • Baking Rack x 2
  • Baking Pan
  • Removable Crumb Tray

Upon delivery, the Oster TSSTTVFDDG is positioned inside its packaging with two foam pads. The four pieces of accessories are placed inside carton boxes and taped to the oven. While the box only has some basic information, it also comes with a user manual.

8.0Exterior

An closed front of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven on a white background. The exterior is 16.75 inches long, 21.53 inches wide, and 12.79 inches high.
An closed front of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven on a white background. The exterior is 16.75 inches long, 21.53 inches wide, and 12.79 inches high.
The front and the right sides of a closed Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven on a white background. The control panel is in the front. The right side has air ventilation holes.
On a white background, the back and the left sides of a closed stainless steel Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven both have air ventilation holes. The back side has a black buffer.
On a white background, the top and the right sides of a closed stainless steel Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven both have air ventilation holes. The control panel is in the front.
On a white background, the bottom of a closed stainless steel Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven has four base stands and ventilation holes. The control panel is in the front.
Weight
16.8 lbs (7.6 kg)
Length
21.5" (54.7 cm)
Width
20.0" (50.7 cm)
Height
12.8" (32.5 cm)
Material
Stainless steel
Color
Silver
Door Handle
Cool-touch
Tray Indicators
No
Crumb Tray
Removable

With the Oster’s large size, it’s useful to have air ventilation holes on all sides (+3). At first glance, what stood out to us the most was the tempered glass french door which is complemented by the cool-touch door handles (+3).

It also has a back buffer to prevent it from being too close to the wall but we do think it could be longer(+2). In addition, while the oven’s bottom stands are sturdy, they are a bit small. 

Our measurements of the oven’s footprints were 21.53" x 19.96" x 12.79" which matched closely with the manufacturer’s 22" x 19.5" x 13". On a side note, we weighed the oven to be around 16.75 lbs while the manufacturer stated the entire package to be 13.87 lbs.

Control Panel

The control panel of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG Toaster Oven has an LCD and 15 flat buttons for Toast, Bake, Broil, Turbo Convection, Pizza, Warm, Defrost, Dehydrate, Timer, Temp, Clock, Stop/Cancel, and Start.
Type
LCD + 15 buttons
Temperature
150°F - 450°F
Timer
1 minute - 6 hours
Indicator Light
No
Status Bar
No
Light Toggle
No
Convection Toggle
No
Rotation Toggle
No
Automatic Preheat
Yes
Audio Cues
No

The Oster has an LCD and 15 flat buttons including 8 for functions, 2 for timer adjustment, 2 for temperature adjustment, a Clock button, a Stop/Cancel button, and a Start button. The oven has an interior light but not a toggle button for it.

Cooking Functions of the Oster XL Digital Convection Toaster Oven

The eight cooking functions of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG Toaster Oven are in the center of the control panel. They include Toast, Bake, Broil, Turbo Convection, Pizza, Warm, Defrost, and Dehydrate. The oven’s right side has air ventilation holes.
  • Toast (level 1-6)
  • Bake (150°F-450°F)
  • Turbo Convection (150°F-450°F)
  • Broil (450°F)
  • Pizza (400°F)
  • Warm (150°F)
  • Defrost (150°F)
  • Dehydrate (150°F)

The Oster has eight cooking functions including Toast, Bake, Broil, Pizza, Warm, Defrost, Dehydrate, and Turbo Convection. The last one is basically the Convection Bake function and it’s the only one to deploy the convection system in this unit.

Allowing for the maximum temperature range from 150°F to 450°F are the Bake and Turbo Convection functions. The Toast function has 6 preset levels from Light to Dark, Meanwhile, the Pizza function is set to 400°F and Broil is set to 450°F; both can not be adjusted.

The user manual recommends not preheating the oven when using Defrost and Dehydrate. These two functions are set to 150°F—the lowest temperature possible for this oven—and cannot be adjusted. However, 150°F is a bit high compared to common dehydrators which operate at around 100°F.

For some reason, we couldn’t find the set temperature for Warm in the manual. Nonetheless, we were able to identify the temperature to also be 150°F.

7.0Interior

The cooking chamber of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG Toaster Oven has one nichrome heating element on top and two on the bottom, two rack levels, a shining light, and a fan cavity on the right wall.
The cooking chamber of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG Toaster Oven has one nichrome heating element on top and two on the bottom, two rack levels, a shining light, and a fan cavity on the right wall.
The cooking chamber of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG Toaster Oven has one bent nichrome heating element on top and two straight ones on the bottom, two rack levels, a light, and a fan cavity on the right wall.
Two assembled guide rails on the right side of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven’s cooking chamber. A fan cavity is in between the two rails.
Heating Elements
3 nichrome
Convection Fan
Yes
Lighting
Yes
Tray Levels
2
Rotisserie
No
Safety Hook
No

The Oster uses three nichrome heating elements and has quite an interesting design for its upper heating element, but we’re not sure how useful it is (+3). Looking at the cooking chamber, most other same-sized units would have four upper heating elements, two bottom heating elements, and a power draw of 1800 W.

However, the Oster has only one upper heating element which bends across the cooking chamber’s ceiling and back to cover the same area as four do. Since the power draw is divided equally between working heating elements, we speculated this design choice was to help with the oven’s lower power draw of 1500 W.

The TSSTTVFDDG is advertised to have ‘easy clean interior walls’. While they are not nonstick, our cleaning test showed that the oven was, indeed, easy to clean (+1).

The convection fan is situated on the right side of the cooking chamber(+2). While the oven has an interior light, it’s fully automatic meaning you can’t decide when to turn it on or off (+2).

Having only two rack levels, the oven doesn’t really require indicators on the glass door (-1). Looking at the user manual, it’s recommended to use the upper rack position for toast and pizza and the lower rack for other foods. It’s worth noting that the guide rails are assembled parts instead of being hollowed out of the cooking chamber’s walls like many other toaster ovens.

Keep in mind to not place the baking pan under the baking rack and slide them into the lower rack level. During testing, we noticed that doing this would result in the tray coming in direct contact with the bottom heating elements.

Capacity of the Oster Double Door Oven

An opened front of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven on a white background. The cooking chamber is 15.75 inches long, 16.53 inches wide, and 10.04 inches high.
Length
15.8" (40.0 cm)
Width
16.5" (42.0 cm)
Height
10.0" (25.5 cm)

According to the manufacturer, the TSSTTVFDDG can fit 14 slices of toast and two 16-inch pizzas on its two racks. However, our hands-on operation showed each rack only had enough space to fit 6 slices of toast or a 15-inch pizza. While it wasn’t clear how big a whole chicken the oven could accommodate, our test showed it was plenty enough for a 3 lb one.

Although the manufacturer didn’t state a capacity, we measured the cooking chamber volume to be around 42.83 liters which was our biggest number to date. Unfortunately, we think having only two rack levels wasn’t enough to utilize the oven’s capacity.

Power Cord

A two-pronged plug power cord. In the background is the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven.
Length
25.8" (65.5 cm)
Type
2-prong plug
Power
1500 W
Rated Output
120 V ~ 60 Hz

The power cord is 25.79" long which is enough for household use. However, it could be a bit longer since such a large toaster oven like the Oster require at least 5 inches of clear space on all sides. The oven also doesn’t have storage space for the cord like some models.

Accessories: Baking Rack x 2

A stainless steel baking rack with two supports below of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven on a white background.
A stainless steel baking rack with two supports below of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven on a white background.
A stainless steel baking rack of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven on a white background.
Length
15.7" (39.8 cm)
Width
16.1" (41.0 cm)
Height
0.7" (1.8 cm)
Material
Stainless steel
Dishwasher Safe
Yes

The Oster has two baking racks which are slightly different from one another. One rack has two supports below to slide the baking pan under it.

Accessories: Baking Pan

A silver baking pan of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven on a white background.
Length
14.13
Width
11.8" (30.0 cm)
Height
1.1" (2.9 cm)
Material
Stainless steel
Dishwasher Safe
Not advisable

The baking pan has ridges and grooves which can give your food attractive roasting marks and catch the dripping better. It also has wide edges to stay firmly on the supports of the baking rack, unlike some other designs we’ve seen.

However, it’s not big enough to fit into the rail guides and can only go on top or below the baking racks. This means it won’t make full use of the oven’s capacity. In addition, it has a coating but isn’t completely non-stick so it can be prone to stubborn stains.

Accessories: Removable Crumb Tray

A stainless steel removable crumb tray of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven on a white background.
Length
15.7" (39.8 cm)
Width
12.5" (31.8 cm)
Height
0.8" (1.9 cm)
Material
Stainless steel
Dishwasher Safe
Not advisable

The crumb tray is always a useful accessory to clean up the pesky debris, especially with large toaster ovens like the Oster. Pay attention to the crumbs falling to the cooking chamber’s floor as you take out the tray since it’s gonna be quite a hassle to tilt the oven to get them out.

6.0Build Quality

An opened Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Toaster Oven on a white background. Inside the cooking chamber, from the bottom up are one removable crumb tray, one baking rack, and one baking pan under another baking rack.

The TSSTTVFDDG is light for its size and has a simple rectangular shape, both of which make it easy to carry around and position on your kitchen counter (+2). It also has a sturdy build and durable stainless steel casing (+4). The LCD is black while the numbers are yellow and the settings are red, making everything easy to see (+1).

Unfortunately, during use, we found that the flat buttons usually required quite a bit of force to register (-1). Moreover, the door hinge could be firmer to minimize the chances of the door slamming shut.

Oster TSSTTVFDDG Digital French Door Toaster Oven Usability: Could Be Improved

While the Oster TSSTTVFDDG is straightforward to use, it lacks the premium features to be expected of models of its price range.


8.0User Control

In all honesty, the Oster’s control panel is easy to understand since it’s just really simple (+2). The LCD doesn’t provide any extra information but it’s easy to see (+2).

Its buttons also don’t have any fancy features but at least they are distinctive from one another (+2). While the manual said you can press Stop/Cancel button twice to turn off the oven, we weren’t able to do so, unfortunately (-1).

The temperature can be adjusted in increments of 5°F. The timer can reach from one minute to six hours which is quite a large range (+1). Time can be adjusted in increments of 1 minute when it’s below 2 hours and in increments of 0.5 hours afterward (+1).

To first setup the clock, press the clock button once and the clock will flash. Second, use the arrow keys to set the four. Third, press the clock button again and use the arrow keys to set the minutes. Finally, push the clock button or the start button to set the time (+1).

5.0Ease of Use

As you select a function, the corresponding icons will illuminate. The TSSTTVFDDG has an automatic preheat phase which is only applicable for the Bake and Turbo Convection Bake functions (+1).

After choosing a time and temperature, you can then push start and the display will show PrE indicating the oven is in preheating phase. You can bypass this phase by pressing the start button a second time.

The phase lasts roughly 5 minutes and preheats the oven to an internal temperature of about 300°F regardless of input temperature. You can readjust the time and temperature only after the preheating phase.

Interestingly, we found that the unit would go back to preheat mode until it reach the actual new input temperature and not just 300°F. This is also stated in the user manual.

All the accessories fit perfectly with the guide to prevent accidents when placing food in the oven (+3). When the cooking cycle begins, the interior light will turn on automatically and then off when the cooking cycle ends (+2).

The french door and its cool-touch handle allow you to stay away from the heat wave upon opening after cooking (+4). This design allows you to single-pull both doors which is very convenient. However, it cannot open partially and can even slam shut if your hands slip (-2).

Keep in mind that opening the door doesn’t stop the oven or the interior light (-2). Be careful as the oven’s casing can get very hot after a long cooking time at a high temperature (-1).

When the cooking cycle finishes, the oven will beep once and return to the clock screen. Thus, it’s advised to unplug the oven after use.

7.5Cleanability

A silver baking pan of the Oster TSSTTVFDDG XL Digital French Door Convection Toaster Oven with some stains on it on a white background.

With a stainless steel exterior, the Oster was very easy to clean on the outside (+2). While the interior didn’t have a non-stick coating, it had no tricky nooks and crannies, so cleaning didn’t require much labor (+4).

After roasting a chicken, the baking pan accumulated some stubborn stains which we were able to remove by brushing it with a paste of baking soda and water (+1.5). We were worried that grease could splash inside the fan cavity while cooking but it luckily didn’t happen.

The Oster TSSTTVFDDG Compared to Other Toaster Ovens

In comparison to the Black+Decker CTO6335Sour best budget choice—the Oster TSSTTVFDDG has small advantages in terms of design and usability. However, it didn’t perform as well in making the foods for our test, which didn’t help the fact that it was significantly more expensive.

Compared to the Ninja DT201—our best large toaster oven—the TSSTTVFDDG is a little bit less expensive. However, the Ninja was worth every penny with higher scores in terms of everything, including design, usability, and especially performance.

The Oster has a similar price as the Cosori CO130-AO—our best-value large toaster oven— but not the overall value. The only thing it has going for itself is a larger cooking chamber.

Oster French Door Toaster Oven FAQs

Yes, the Oster TSSTTVFDDG has internal lighting. This oven doesn’t have a stay-on function.

The Oster TSSTTVFDDG uses 1500 W of power. The oven’s casing can get very hot after a long cooking time at a high temperature

The Oster TSSTTVFDDG doesn’t have a non-stick interior so it’s PFOA-free. Nonetheless, it’s very easy to clean.

When the cooking cycle finishes, the oven will beep once and return to the clock screen. Thus, it’s advised to unplug the oven after use.