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Hamilton Beach 4 Slice Toaster Oven or 1.7 L Stainless Steel Kettle $19.98 each (Half Price) YMMV

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[Walmart] Hamilton Beach 4 Slice Toaster Oven or 1.7 L Stainless Steel Kettle $19.98 each (Half Price) YMMV

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Was 39.96 each

Hamilton Beach 4 Slice Toaster Oven 31401C: #30246446

Hamilton Beach 40989C 1.7-L Cordless Stainless Steel Kettle: #30338266
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/hamilton-b ... 0196829901
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What's the difference in result, between putting sliced bread into this toaster oven vs. A traditional toaster?
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Since the element is concealed on the kettle, is it okay to put teabags or loose teas directly inside?
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Also a glass version of the kettle for 25% off @Strafe1

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/brentwood- ... hrelevance

$29.99


Original post had it listed as 50%. This was wrong.
Last edited by maddmaxx308 on Jul 16th, 2020 11:21 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Bought this a year ago for $20. Best $20 spent.

Just make sure you turn it on high for some time when you first get it with nothing in it because it will stink a bit
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Akitakara wrote: What's the difference in result, between putting sliced bread into this toaster oven vs. A traditional toaster?
I think the toaster oven is more versatile since you can put pizzas, pies, or just about anything that you want to bake/broil/toast.
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I've had this toaster oven for more than 5 years, still going strong!
Besides toast, I use it warm stuff up and to broil occasionally
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mayhe i am dojng it wrong but the bread has to be turned over for the other side to be toasted
Sharing is Caring - Without people sharing info, these forums would not exist and no one would benefit from it. Don't be selfish.

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Pochacco wrote: mayhe i am dojng it wrong but the bread has to be turned over for the other side to be toasted
That is correct I think for the non industrial ones. I.e. ones at hotels seem to toast both sides.
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djemzine wrote: That is correct I think for the non industrial ones. I.e. ones at hotels seem to toast both sides.
I thought in toast setting it turns on elements on top and bottom to toast? Is that not correct?
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Pochacco wrote: mayhe i am dojng it wrong but the bread has to be turned over for the other side to be toasted
I'm interested to know this as well. Coz 90% of the time I'm gonna use it to toast bread

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