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what are reliable toaster oven brands?

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Nov 8, 2017
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what are reliable toaster oven brands?

The new place I'm moving to (temporarily) doesn't have an oven, so I'm planning on buying a large toaster oven. Do I just go with the Japanese brands, or are there a set of name brands that are reliable when it comes to toaster ovens?

thanks
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sahands334 wrote:
Dec 8th, 2018 4:10 pm
The new place I'm moving to (temporarily) doesn't have an oven, so I'm planning on buying a large toaster oven. Do I just go with the Japanese brands, or are there a set of name brands that are reliable when it comes to toaster ovens?

thanks
Breville however we learnt along time ago to treat these as disposable items due to poor warranty and lack of replacement parts. Having said that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend a Breville - we received ours as a gift and its been going very strong for 5 years now - it's basically replaced our large oven.

https://www.breville.com/us/en/products ... ov810.html
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Buy yourself a countertop convection oven, it's more versatile IMO. Something like this is what we have.


That is what I'm leaning towards, just my first time buying such a kitchen appliance, and I do not recognize any of the brands!
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KitchenAid/Whirlpool and Breville are brand names. All of our appliances at home are made by Whirpool. Never had any problems with any of them.
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jackrabbit000 wrote:
Dec 8th, 2018 6:39 pm
Buy yourself a countertop convection oven, it's more versatile IMO. Something like this is what we have.

https://www.kitchenaid.ca/en_ca/counter ... 273ss.html
I have the compact KitchenAid one and am very pleased with it. Much better quality than my old Black and Decker but also more expensive.
You can resale it after your short term use.
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This has been in regular use for 8 years without any issue.

I bought it when we renovated our kitchen. Has convection, toasts fine etc.
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Breville, we use it maybe 5 times a day.
We use our large oven maybe 5 times in a year :)
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I have an old PC branded countertop oven and it's heavily used as well. I recently saw a Oster French door model that I like the look of. Costco had them in, not sure if they still sell it. $180 reg price at Walmart.
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I would recommend Breville. Have been using it for over 6 years, still running strong
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sahands334 wrote:
Dec 8th, 2018 4:10 pm
The new place I'm moving to (temporarily) doesn't have an oven, so I'm planning on buying a large toaster oven. Do I just go with the Japanese brands, or are there a set of name brands that are reliable when it comes to toaster ovens?

thanks
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If it's only for temporary use, I'd look at a thrift shop. Usually lots of those (people dumping them to UG and they work perfectly fine). Most will work for years (they're simple) unless someone damages the heater wire (dripping gunk on it or damaging it through improper cleaning).

I got a nice, older KitchenAid convention oven for $80 (along with 2 Polk tower speakers, centre channel speaker, sub woofer, duct crimpers and other minor things).
Almost too cheap to shop through RFD
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jackrabbit000 wrote:
Dec 8th, 2018 8:15 pm
KitchenAid/Whirlpool and Breville are brand names. All of our appliances at home are made by Whirpool.
I could almost guarantee you that any small appliance branded with a major appliance name is not made in the brand in question's factories, but either made by a 3rd party or the name's been licensed.
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I bought one of these when Futureshop was still in business for $100 on sale.

https://www.amazon.ca/Hamilton-Beach-31 ... 7161&psc=1

Still going strong and has worked like a charm.
Don't use it everyday as I also have a smaller back and decker one I use for simple everyday tasks like toasting.

Walmart has what looks to be a black version on sale right now.

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/hamilton-b ... 5gQAvD_BwE
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I would go with Hamilton Beach had conviction oven with a 5 year warranty and it stop working after 4 years called there 1 800 number and they shipped a new one to me with in a week great CS service

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