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Old 01-15-2019, 12:43 PM   #11
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Toaster ovens and electric kettles, to me, are appliances that I don't give much thought into when purchasing. I don't look for additional features other than what they're basically intended for. I get what's cheap, on sale, use the hell out of them, discard when they break, then by another, and repeat.
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Old 01-15-2019, 01:17 PM   #12
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I bought an Oster Designed for Life Convection Toaster Oven at Walmart for under $50.00.

It has the convection feature is easy to operate and more importantly for me easy to clean. The only disadvantage for me is that it takes up a significant amount of counter space.

I stayed at the lower price point mainly because every old toaster oven I've seen is so gross that I would rather buy an inexpensive one every few years.

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Toaster ovens and electric kettles, to me, are appliances that I don't give much thought into when purchasing. I don't look for additional features other than what they're basically intended for. I get what's cheap, on sale, use the hell out of them, discard when they break, then by another, and repeat.

I so agree with the bold text. In addition, my TO counter is limited to no more than 18" wide between the wall and the stove. Over the last 11 years, I've had two Black and Decker units that fit and they are inexpensive with all the features I want.
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