Cuisinart Countertop AMW-60 3-in-1 Microwave Airfryer Oven, Black

(10 customer reviews)
$199.00

Brand Cuisinart Product Dimensions 14.4″D x 17.9″W x 13.8″H Color Black Capacity 0.6 Cubic Feet Special Feature Microwave Functions: Preset Microwave Options, 11 Power Levels (0-10), Auto-Cook, Defrost by Time or WeightMicrowave Functions: Preset Microwave Options, 11 Power Levels (0-10), Auto-Cook, Defrost by Time or Weight See more Recommended Uses For Product Residential Installation Type…

Description

The Cuisinart 3-in-1 Microwave AirFryer Oven brings versatility and variety to your kitchen combining three appliances to microwave, airfry and bake all in one. With a custom-engineered heater and fan designed for precision cooking, the air fryer uses significantly less oil to bring optimal nutrition and superior flavor to your favorite foods. With easy presets there’s no more guesswork for your fried favorites – french fries, chicken wings and frozen snacks. The microwave is programmable with 11-power levels, auto cook, and defrosts food using time or weight. The 0.6-cubic-feet interior provides enough capacity to airfry 2-pounds of wings or bake up to a 4-pound chicken. From microwaving popcorn to air frying chicken wings to reheating leftovers, this is the kitchen essential that does it all.


From the manufacturer

AMW-60

AMW-60

AMW-60

AMW-60

Additional information

Brand Name

‎Cuisinart

Style

AirFryer, AirFryer + 6-Piece Toaster Oven, AirFryer + Single Serve, AirFryer + Water Pitcher

Model Info

‎AMW-60

Product Dimensions

‎14.4 x 17.9 x 13.8 inches

Item model number

‎AMW-60

Energy Use

‎1500 Watts

Capacity

‎0.6 Cubic Feet

Installation Type

Countertop

Part Number

‎AMW-60

Special Features

‎Microwave Functions: Preset Microwave Options, 11 Power Levels (0-10), Auto-Cook, Defrost by Time or Weight

Color

Black

Wattage

‎1500 watts

Defrost

‎Defrost

Material Type

‎Stainless Steel

Included Components

‎Airfry Basket, Microwave, Glass Tray, Drip Pan

Batteries Included?

‎No

Batteries Required?

‎No

Item Weight

‎25 pounds

ASIN

B08LGPJBJT

Date First Available

October 20, 2020

Manufacturer

Cuisinart

10 reviews for Cuisinart Countertop AMW-60 3-in-1 Microwave Airfryer Oven, Black

  1. Sandra

    Súper pequeñoEl interior del horno era realmente pequeño. Un vaso de altura apenas cabía y un plato extendido estaría súper estrecho en su interior así que decidí devolver el producto. Ni siquiera lo desempaque totalmente al ver su tamaño tan pequeño

  2. Jovana Mendoza

    Ideal para espacios pequeños y muy fácil de usarNos gusto el tamaño y lo practico que es

  3. nonna

    Loved this at first. Sometimes during 2nd month, things started to change. When on microwave setting, it rattles and sometimes it is very loud. Even though 1500 wts, it takes longer to cook anything than my 900wts. Smaller interior as well. Love the air frier side, but really disappointed with microwave.

  4. Jennifer Baker

    My husband is a truck driver and has this in his truck. He is able to cook more variety instead of being stuck with all microwaveable meals

  5. Kim Marak

    A little small but usable

  6. Sidney G.

    I love the concept, size and even the looks of it; however, I am not sure if my unit arrived faulty or it is poor quality. The “buttons” are difficult to press. I have to try 2-3 times to get it to accept the command. Also, the dial to set time is horrible! I goes back and forth with the numbers (10 to 15 to 20, back to 15, the to 90 minutes, etc) it is a game to get the time set. I’ll try to return and get a replacement – I am willing to give it another try since the concept of compact 3-in-1 is fantastic!

  7. Rachel KC

    UPDATE: as anticipated the dial broke and can no longer be used to set time. Preset buttons only now. Should last longer than this for the cost!!!!I don’t hate it but there are a few things I really dislike. The control knob is plastic and is not sturdy at all and is not going to hold up over time. The touch pad is not at all responsive and hard to see as it is not lighted and you need to be spot on with the buttons. The digital display is so bright you might think we are trying to land planes. The combo concept is good in theory and I love that it saves counter space but it is a fire risk. If you use the air fryer you have to allow the insides to cool before you microwave or cook anything in a plastic/microwave safe container as the glass tray gets very hot and melts anything that touches it. Even with the accessory kit it does not hold much and you will need to buy additional stacking racks to cook layers. I am satisfied with the power output all things considered it is better than I expected for a combo unit. **My biggest issue is that the unit vents from the top which is a massive problem if you are space limited as you can not use it with overhead cabinets & this was not mentioned in the item description as a warning. I have to move the unit onto the stove to use the air fryer for safety reasons which means I can not use the stove at the same time and I do not want to move the whole unit every time I use it – meh. They advertise this as space saving for people with small kitchens but this unit can not have anything near it when in use and that is not consistent with small kitchens. It is passable as far as cooking goes, a definite safety risk, overpriced and the accessory package I paid extra for was a complete was of money in my opinion.

  8. DefaultIT

    While I remain disappointed by the membrane button panel on this thing (mushy, difficult), the rest is about as good as you can expect for the size, I think. Some more thoughts:Update after a few weeks….things I like:+ Narrow (I was looking for a unit to go in a 45º corner cabinet and this one is smaller laterally than the typical 21-22″ units, but does have the “hump” on top. Had no problem holding my dinner plates so if compact is what you’re looking for, this is a good option.+ White led display is nicer than green/blue IMO, and is clear and simple (if a bit bright at night)+ Straightforward operation – intuitive, no frills control scheme that makes good use of the dial (which is properly detented to match the input it sends).+ Heats quickly, seems fairly even given the single heating element (top) thanks to what appears to be fairly aggressive fan circulation. Bread toasted pretty evenly on both sides despite there only being a top element.+ Stainless fry basket is nice; always preferred to non-stick chemical shenanigans, and is highly perforated to allow good exposure from below. Works better than I’d have guessed+ Default microwave function takes one button press (start) to initiate, and can be adjusted for time using the dial once going. This is super efficient and maybe one of the best things about this unit. Time can be adjusted the same way (dial) for other cook modes in progress.meh:• The membrane-type button panel is vague and requires enough force to occasionally move the whole unit — in a world of capacitive touchscreens, this feels very archaic. BUT it occurs to me this is likely a lot less sensitive to wet fingers than a capacitive panel would be, and this is a worthwhile consideration in a kitchen where wet hands are a regular featureno likey:- no preheat: the timer for any toast/bake/fry session starts immediately, so you kinda need to learn how much buffer to add for coming up to initial temp. By far my biggest gripe.- Glass microwave plate must be swapped for aluminum one for radiant heating operations. My few weeks of testing seemed to alternate microwave and radiant jobs EVERY time and it is a bit bothersome to deal with the alternating platter. Make sure you install this next to a drawer or cupboard where you can store these things within reach.- (nitpicky) I had to look up how to set the clock, since the button panel is mostly occupied by presets. I’m not a fan of presets and consider this largely wasted space. Being the first interaction you have with the appliance, it’s a little off-putting, but thankfully the rest of the UX/ergonomic design proved better.This is a unit for those needing the small size – it does not pack the power of larger microwaves and I suspect air fryer/toasters, but isn’t exactly a slouch either; gets the job done. It offers adequate performance, noise levels, easy operation, and a regular game of musical turntables if you alternate microwave/toast functions like I did…a lot of functionality in a small, affordable package. People with small kitchens, boats, van/RVs, etc….this certainly beats the heck out of a regular microwave

  9. Christy

    I love this so far, perfect for the quick microwave use and does a great job with the air fryer. My only regret is that I didn’t realize how low the wattage was on the microwave side of things. Not a big deal, things just take a little longer to heat up but I also realized some foods say not to use microwave cooking with this low wattage. Overall I am very happy the size is perfect for my limited counter space.

  10. Clint

    I’ve read almost all the reviews on this and don’t understand all the negativity. We’ve had this microwave now for 3 weeks. We don’t have a ton of countertop space but it fits nicely in a corner and looks so sharp. You don’t air fry the glass and don’t microwave the metal basket and plate. The user guide was helpful to read first. I have no problem using the interface, but my husband did his first time trying it. I find if microwave directions have a range of time, the food needs the longer range of the recommended time in this machine. But food still cooks nicely. Love trying out the air fry options that have opened up to us! This is best for a single, couple, or small family household. It’s not a huge microwave but the size and power of it are clear in the description. So far, we are enjoying it.

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