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4 Slice Toaster Oven

by Proctor Silex

Price: CDN$ 39.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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Product Features

  • Extra-large interior easily fits 4 slices of toast or 2 personal pizzas
  • 15 minute timer with automatic shutoff and ready bell
  • Includes bake pan and broil function
  • Handy broiler for cooking versatility
  • Drop-down crumb tray for easy cleanup


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Toaster Oven

Product Description

Proctor Silex Extra Large Toaster Oven Broiler.


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Amazon.com: 3.7 out of 5 stars  196 reviews
142 of 144 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gets the job done, impressively. April 9 2011
By J. Jane - Published on Amazon.com
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This little toaster oven has earned its price in spades. The only bummer was that I thought I had ordered a larger toaster oven. However it is perfect for me and my small galley style kitchen. I have had it for several months now and have finally been putting it to the test. I have baked chicken, broiled turkey burgers, broiled pork chops, reheated pizza, made toast & baked a potato & reheated home made garlic bread. Everything turned out terrifically. It took several tries to figure out the "stay on" selection of the lower dial. My baked potato was the test dummy. I couldn't figure out how to keep it on. Finally figured it out after I cooked the potato & the chicken. Everything has cooked perfectly. This Proctor Silex toaster oven allows me(a single female) to cook smaller portions without having to use my big gas oven (which I love just as well)and wasting large amounts of energy. And this little oven gets the job done in a timely fashion. As for toast, well- that's still on trial & error for me. But with everything else it does I can live with imperfect toast.
69 of 71 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Don't Pay Attention to the Toast Instruction May 10 2011
By Blakely Bear - Published on Amazon.com
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I was ready to return this toaster because it burned toast on the bottom. Instructions say to place grill in toaster in U shape. But this brings the bread too close to the bottom burner ! Place the grill in N shape, which places bread more in the center. Better. Much better. Still doesn't toast evenly, but it's simple, convenient, and inexpensive. Fine for toasting and melting cheese on bread. One other note. Instructions say that if you toast a 2nd batch immediately after the first, set the toaster at a lighter setting. Pay attention to that. This thing toasts quickly and you can easily burn toast.
62 of 66 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Got What I Paid For June 19 2011
By mbbhs - Published on Amazon.com
Both heat tubes on this toaster expired today. I've had it less than a year. It heated things reasonably well but toasting was always erratic, sometimes barely done, other times burnt on the bottom. Placement of the rack was problematic. The choice was between too close to the top burner or too close to the bottom burner. Removing the rack to replace it with the broiler pan was difficult. All in all, when I paid only $25 for this I knew I was not getting the Rolls Royce of toasters. I decided I could live with the poor toasting performance. But I would have thought it would last more than 8 or 9 months. Very disappointed in what used to be a good brand.
30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good quality, but small on the inside. April 16 2011
By yukuaki - Published on Amazon.com
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As a previous reviewer said, the oven is really not as "Extra-Large" as advertised, but it is a decent toaster oven.

The same reviewer noted that you could not insert the two pans/racks simultaneously, which is also true, and also kind of an inconvenience.

I've used it for a couple of weeks, had no performance problems so far.

The ticking of the timer is a bit loud, but sometimes that can actually be helpful when you are busy elsewhere and forget about having put something in the oven.
22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The product is OK, but not the one shown in the picture Aug. 6 2011
By caffeinism - Published on Amazon.com
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Watch out. This is not the extra large toaster oven that is shown in the picture. The model number listed is correct. What you got with this model number is just a standard sized toaster oven. The picture shows that the pan can be sit on top of the rack, but it is not possible with this model. There is only one slot, where you can either slide in the rack, or the pan, or both the rack and the pan with the rack right above the pan. The dimension is also relatively smaller than I expected. It does a horrible job toasting four pieces of Orowheat bread. It can only handle two pieces of bread well, I guess. Such a toaster is only for personal use, by which I mean, if you are single, it should be fine, but if you live with one more person, it is too small.
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