• TROS1000D
  • TROS1000D
  • TROS1000D

SpaceMaker™ Under-the-Cabinet 4 Slice Toaster Oven



Model: TROS1000D

This BLACK+DECKER 4 Slice Toaster Oven features exclusive Under-the-Cabinet SpaceMaker™ Design, which optimizes space with assembly and mounting. With it's curved interior, you can fit up to 4 slices of bread or a 9" pizza. Cooking versatility is right on your countertop with it's one touch toast, bake and keep warm controls. Finally, clean-up is a breeze with the drop-down crumb tray for a mess-free countertop.

Two person installation recommended. Requires tape, ruler, electric drill with a 1/32" drill bit and a ¼" drill bit, screwdriver and protective glasses. Recommended for installation only on flat bottom cabinets (without bottom light rail molding). Several standard screw lengths are provided to fit a range of standard cabinets but may not fit all cabinet sizes.

  • Digital Display– Modern digital control panel with LED light shows temperature and time in an easy to read display.
  • Perfect for Two – Fits up to 4 slices of bread or a personal pizza. Great for smaller serving size needs.
  • Save counter space with easy under the cabinet mounting.
  • 4 Slice or 9” Pizza Capacity.
  • LED Display and Digital Controls.
  • One Touch - Toast, Bake & Keep Warm Controls.
  • 30 Minute Timer.
  • Drop-Down Crumb Tray.
  • Built in Cord Storage.
Use and Care Manuals
TROS1000D_Use_And_Care_Manual (pdf 670KB)


Cord Storage
Stainless Steel
Maximum Temperature
450 Degrees
Ready Indicator Light
Space Maker
2 Year Limited

  1. Under-the-Cabinet SpaceMaker™ Design

    Perfect for apartments, recreational vehicles and office nooks where space is limited! Handy templates guide installation onto flat bottom style cabinets.

  2. Perfect For Two

    Fits up to 4 slices of bread or a personal pizza. Great for smaller serving size needs.

  3. Digital Display

    Modern digital control panel with LED light shows temperature and time in an easy to ready display.

Fit a Whole Pizza

Fit a Whole Pizza

This toaster oven conveniently fits an entire 9" frozen pizza!

Cord Storage

Cord Storage

Keep cords untangled and out of your way with cord storage. You can also use this feature to control the length of the cord when your appliance is in use.


SpaceMaker™ Under-the-Cabinet 4 Slice Toaster Oven is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Handle fell off, cannot be replaced I'm not sure how long we have had this oven, longer than the two year warranty but nothing like 10 years. It worked fine until the handle you open the oven with fell off completely. It is held on by two screws that have very little metal to hold on to, and when they let go you're done. We tried gluing them with Gorilla glue, but apparently the heat is too much.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does the Job, but Complicated Control/Installation Received as a gift. I was surprised at the price of this unit when I came looking for the "I can't believe it's not included" tray. The controls are not simple enough to figure out just by looking at the icons on the control panel. I've never had to read a manual to operate a simple toaster oven. Just not user-friendly in my opinion.Now the installation. As another customer mentioned, if you have an overhang of 1", then you're screwed (pun intended). Spacers are irrelevant if the screws wont reach the threaded holes. Almost zero chance of finding a screw to that's the correct length and has the same type of threads that will fit the holes. I looked.You can throw the paper template away at this point. Since I wasn't going to wait a week for the chance I get the correct screws for my issue, I took matters into my own hands. Forget the holes. I just got four screws long enough to get through the metal rack. My overhang is 1" (all around). The plastic washer on top is probably 1/8". The rack is another 1/2" or 3/8". The shelf another 1/8" maybe. It comes with 2 1/2" screws (the long ones). For some reason, I couldn't find 2 3/4" screws so I had to get 3" length. I first drilled four holes through the metal, positioned the mounting plate and duct-taped into place. Then with an awl (or anything pointy enough to fit), I made marks so I knew where to drill. On the rack itself, just make sure the metal "grippers" that come up through the metal plate are TIGHT so there's NO movement at all. I used a pair of pliers to bend them a little to tighten their grip. The oven attaches to these pieces and would normally be supported by the screws, if they were long enough, and the cabinet itself. Drill your holes following the marks you just made. For the less experienced, you need to be mindful of the size of the hole you drill so that it's just large enough for your new screws to fit easily though.In my case, the rack fit just inside the "overhang" so I had to use the spacers. For me it was two large and two small. Drop the screws down through the supplied plastic washers. I used a simple piece of tape to hold the washers up under the cabinet to allow getting the screws through the holes I drilled through the metal plate. Good to have some tape already to go so you can hold the mounting plate in place while you get the other screws through their holes. Now I added large metal washers then the nuts I bought that fit the new screws. Boom. Tight as a drum.On other complication for me was my 3" screws. They're too long and won't let the oven fit into it's brackets. You could use a hacksaw, but it's difficult in that tight space. I happen to have a Dremel rotary tool. I was able to cut the extra length off pretty quickly, but I did show myself with a LOT of sparks. It was New Years Days so I didn't mind.I think the only problem people are having with getting the oven to mount at this point, is you have to put the back end in first, the use a bit of force to pull the oven by its front legs so you can get it to "hook" into place at the front. I didn't get it the first time, and I'm good with handyman stuff. Once I pulled a little harder, it went right into place.Did I mention there is NO tray with this unit? That blows my mind. The name of the product has the word OVEN in it, not just toaster. Spouse 1, "Hey honey, let's make some quick french fries or cookies in our new toaster oven, it's easy..... oops. Sorry. We can't. It didn't come with a tray."Souse 2, "That's weird."Seriously?
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nightmare to install! Like other owners I cannot get the oven to remain mounted, falls off with any pressure. Had high hopes for this to replace my old model.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Well executed if it remains on the counter but... We also encountered a similar fate. Ours also tumbled out of its mounting when the oven's door is opened. That is, the oven does not remain suspended. Please offer an appropriate remedy for this malady because we do like the "spacesaving" convenience that no other manufacturer offers.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from horrible installation I bought this toaster oven because my under counter Toastmaster died. It served us well. I wanted something under counter, so I decided on the B&D under counter. As was said before, holes don't line up well, screws aren't long enough. After a trip to hardware store, we FINALLY got the "hanger" installed. Now, the horrible part....Cannot get the oven to stay in place. Have read the directions over and over and over. The oven connects to the top, but once you open the door, the oven falls off. There seems to be something missing to ANCHOR the oven to the top base. Needless to say, this will be going back.
Date published: 2016-11-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nightmare installation; hope the product is as goo We've had an under-counter B&D toaster oven for decades, so it was a no-brainer to buy another when the old one conked out. Instructions are horrible. The template didn't line up correctly (3/4" moulding depth line was off) and the longest screws are at least 1/4" too short for a 1" depth, requiring a trip to the hardware store tomorrow to buy something that works. Buying on a guesstimate since the directions don't say how deep the screw should set into the mounting bracket. Held on to the old spacers, so I'll probably reuse those since they hold to the screw. Cabinet's empty and the kitchen is a mess, and I'm stuck until tomorrow.I would recommend base don the old product but this installation is discouraging.
Date published: 2016-11-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Horrible installation I hope the spacemaker toaster oven lasts a long time but the installation was very difficult. I had to replace my old B&D toaster oven, which I never had a problem with, but finally gave out. I also do not think the oven is as stable in place as the old one was. It is not held in place as securely as the old one. It took over 2 hours to install and my husband is an engineeer with a very good background in installing household products.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from "Easy Installation"? NO! Best in Class? YES! Description at Amazon says: "Easy Installation The SpaceMaker comes with thorough instructions and a mounting template to make under-the-cabinet installation a BREEZE" BUT the Black & Decker Website at:HTTP://WWW.BLACKANDDECKERAPPLIANCES.COM/PRODUCTS/SPACEMAKER/TOASTER-OVEN/SPACEMAKER-4-SLICE-TOASTER-OVEN-TROS1000D.ASPX adds [in teeny, tiny font!]:"Specifications: Two person installation recommended. Requires [adhesive] tape, ruler, electric drill with a 1/32" drill bit [I never saw use of 1/32” drill in the instructions] and a ¼" drill bit, screwdriver and protective glasses. Recommended for installation only on flat bottom cabinets (without bottom light rail molding (sic)[Do they mean cabinet front overhang molding?]). Several standard screw lengths are provided to fit a range of standard cabinets but may not fit all cabinet sizes." [You can also download Full Installation instructions included in the Use & Care Manual available at that web page.]REALITY: NOT easy to install, a few changes by Black & Decker could make it easier:This replaces my Black & Decker Model No. TRO506TY1 which I have had for over 20 years and have mounted and re-mounted in 3 different locations. So, I have experience mounting these (unfortunately).PROBLEMS: Black and Decker supplies hardware, including 3 lengths of screws and 4 lengths of spacers. Unfortunately none are long enough if your cabinet front overhang molding drops down more than 1" below the bottom of the shelf. After Step 14 of installation, they tell you: "NOTE: if the height of your overhang molding is too tall to be accommodated by the number of spacers provided, you may call, toll-free, at 1-800-231-9786 to order additional spacers at no charge." Problem is, even reading the entire instruction ahead of time doesn’t help because you have to actually get to step 15 to discover you haven't enough spacers AND/OR that the longest screw provided is not long enough! Your tools and parts are spread out, your cabinet shelf is emptied, your counter space is cleared, and you have to make a phone call and WAIT [days?] for delivery!SUGGESTIONS FOR BLACK AND DECKER:1. Provide more spacers with the package.2. Make the spacers with screw thread inside so they can be screwed up into the screws. This would keep the spacers in place while installing.3. Provide screws longer than 2 1/4" in the Mounting Parts Kit. 4. Provide screws and integral nut that are standard sizes (not metric!) so I don't have to go to a specialty hardware store to find the longer ones I need (Home Depot does not stock this size!), OR5. Return to the separate nut so I can substitute a longer screw and nut of any size that will fit the over-head mounting hole. [As I had to with my Model No. TRO506TY1 which has separate nuts].6. Provide a template that can be placed ON TOP of the shelf, as positioning and taping the under-shelf template is a big challenge, especially with bi-focals!WORKAROUNDS FOR CUSTOMERS:A big challenge is keeping the spacers from falling off the screw while you are trying to maneuver the threads in the hood onto the screw threads, then turning the screw from above. This takes at least 3 hands, and one of them has to be VERY small to get into a tight space between the hood and the bottom of the cabinet. SUGGESTION: with the spacers in hand (not installed) place the spacers on any screw and snug them up with a nut. Then wrap plastic tape around the spacers to keep them together. Remove the spacers and add a layer of tape over each end, covering the threads. Puncture the end tape with an ice pick or other sharp, pointed object. The tape wrapped around will keep the spacers together, and the end tape will keep the spacers on the screw (not by adhesion but by friction).From below, install the spacers on the screw, threading/pushing through the punctured tape ends. [I have included 2 photos]Rather than being a “breeze” to install, this is a small tropical storm, not close to a hurricane, but still difficult. My Model No. TRO506TY1 lasted over 20 years before it quit (but was similarly difficult to install), so the brand seems reliable, and Black & Decker is the only manufacturer of the under-cabinet-mount SpaceMaker. So, if you want an under-the-cabinet Toaster Oven, The Black & Decker SpaceMaker TROS1000D is truly “Best in Class”.p.s. I haven’t even plugged it in yet, so I don’t even know if it WORKS!
Date published: 2016-10-22
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