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Old 11-11-2017, 08:39 AM   #1
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Compact 2 Slice Toaster Oven

I am looking for a replacement toaster oven. My current one is four sliced and takes to much of my limited counter space. I would be interested in anybody's recommendation for a 2 Slice Toaster Oven.

It doesn't have to have the latest fancy tech,(convection, steam injection, etc.) just be able to toast bread and heat up left over pizza.
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Old 11-11-2017, 08:58 AM   #2
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Very compact! Buy two to double toasting speed.
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Well, I might consider a compact four slice toaster oven. That's better than burning the house down or my fingers off.
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We bought one very similar to this one:
Cuisinart TOB-195 Exact Heat Toaster Oven Broiler, Stainless

After nine years of heavy use, it's still performing like a champ. Doesn't have the stainless shell, so it was a bit cheaper, but very much the same in features.
Probably bigger than you want, but I love the thing.
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I am going to bump this thread in the hopes that somebody can come up with a two or very small four slice toaster oven that does not take up much counter space. I don't need to cook 12 inch or even 9 inch pizzas in it, much less a whole chicken or a big tray of brownies. Just some toast, open face sandwhiches and reheat things like pizza.

I found this one at amazon, but most of the good reviews are from people who got a free one to check out. Thus, these reviews are suspect in my mind.

https://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-Beac...e+toaster+oven
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I am going to bump this thread in the hopes that somebody can come up with a two or very small four slice toaster oven that does not take up much counter space. I don't need to cook 12 inch or even 9 inch pizzas in it, much less a whole chicken or a big tray of brownies. Just some toast, open face sandwhiches and reheat things like pizza.

I found this one at amazon, but most of the good reviews are from people who got a free one to check out. Thus, these reviews are suspect in my mind.

https://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-Beac...e+toaster+oven
I'd go for it. I haven't found the freebie reviewers to be plugging Amazon IMHO. The other reviewers are fairly consistent with the freebie folks (with a few outliers). Our toaster oven has convection, that I use often. If not for that, I'd be buying this thing tonight.
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