The Breville Smart Oven is a 110 volt unit only and cannot be wired to run 220 volts. If run on 220 volts it would burn up all the other electrical components of the oven.
Similar to the Cuisinart, the Breville Smart Oven has an optional convection cooking function. Convection cooking uses a fan to circulate hot air evenly throughout the interior of the oven, ideally cooking food more evenly and quickly than with static element heating. It is a faster, more energy efficient way to cook, and, generally, produces great results. You have the option to turn the convection function off if you don't want to use it. For functions like broiling and toasting, the oven's presets disable convection cooking automatically, as it wouldn't add anything.
Toaster ovens don’t get any more luxurious than this Breville Smart Convection Toaster Oven. It has a 0.8-cubic-foot nonstick interior with Element IQ technology that allows for smart control over heat with 9 preset functions.
It features a blue backlit mini LCD screen that turns orange while on preheat and has a user friendly control panel for ease of use.
Designed with 3 rack positions and 5 quartz heating elements, the Breville Smart Oven Convection Toaster Oven is easy to clean with a wire rack that can be auto ejected and crumb tray that is removable without having to open the oven door.
It comes accompanied with a pizza pan, baking pan, and broil rack.