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[Walmart] Hamilton beach 4 slice toaster oven for $19.98 (Half price) or stainless steel Kettle

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[Walmart] Hamilton beach 4 slice toaster oven for $19.98 (Half price) or stainless steel Kettle

in the flyer, page 9

starts 25th June - https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/hamilton-b ... 0192914996
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Thanks OP. Just bought the kettle recently for full price. Will go price adjust.
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Bought the Hamilton Beach kettle about a year ago. Don't know why but it started leaking below the handle for no reason. It was supposed to have a 5-year warranty.

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We have that toaster oven. We bought it at a local auction (brand new) for 10$ like 2-3 years ago and it's still working great to this day. We use it everyday for multiple things likes bread, hash brown patties, cookies, chicken breast etc....

It's simple to use and easy to clean.

We love the convenience if we need to bake small things VS using the big oven during this heatwave.
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nounou23 wrote: We have that toaster oven. We bought it at a local auction (brand new) for 10$ like 2-3 years ago and it's still working great to this day. We use it everyday for multiple things likes bread, hash brown patties, cookies, chicken breast etc....

It's simple to use and easy to clean.

We love the convenience if we need to bake small things VS using the big oven during this heatwave.
How long does it take to lightly toast some bread?
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wahabk1234 wrote: How long does it take to lightly toast some bread?
we usually set it to the 5 minute mark (there's a little light circle there for toast setting) and if you bring it slightly higher its for dark toast.

We freeze our bread so every morning we make toast with frozen bread and the 5 minute mark is actually good for us. it's not light toast but normal.

so I would say for fresh bread at a light toast it's probably like 3-4 minutes.

and we can fit 4 slice of bread.
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bgallagher wrote: Bought the Hamilton Beach kettle about a year ago. Don't know why but it started leaking below the handle for no reason. It was supposed to have a 5-year warranty.
Have you tried getting a replacement through warranty yet? My old kettle just started leaking and I'm looking into getting a new one.
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TomRFD wrote: Have you tried getting a replacement through warranty yet? My old kettle just started leaking and I'm looking into getting a new one.
The new one at Costco also leaks after 2-3 months of usage.

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Why can't OP link the direct item instead of sending people on a wild goose chase? Lazy posting.
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TomRFD wrote: Have you tried getting a replacement through warranty yet? My old kettle just started leaking and I'm looking into getting a new one.
Last time I made a claim with them, they asked me to sent a pic with the cord cut out and pay around $7 for shipping/handling for a new one. I never seen any company request customers to pay for shipping before.
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Dealfinder111 wrote: Last time I made a claim with them, they asked me to sent a pic with the cord cut out and pay around $7 for shipping/handling for a new one. I never seen any company request customers to pay for shipping before.
That's not the best warranty but better than what I expect for a cheap crappy appliance. The worst companies are the ones that will ask you to ship the entire thing back to them, knowing that shipping will be the value of a new appliance.
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turbo_slug wrote: That's not the best warranty but better than what I expect for a cheap crappy appliance. The worst companies are the ones that will ask you to ship the entire thing back to them, knowing that shipping will be the value of a new appliance.
I agree.

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