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Panasonic NB-G110P Flash Xpress Toaster Oven (Silver) EXPIRED

bens_brother February 7, 2013 at 10:53 PM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Amazon Deals
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Amazon has Panasonic NB-G110P Flash Xpress Toaster Oven (Silver) for $100 - clip $10 coupon on product page = $90. Shipping is free. Thanks bens_brother

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Price Research: Our research indicates Panasonic NB-G110P Flash Xpress Toaster Oven (Silver) that is $10 lower (10% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $100 to $141. - yuugotserved

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#106
Quote from stevenq View Post :
Fry's is showing this for $99 with free shipping. It shows in stock at my local store.
So that you may pay $10 more + tax?

How could so many people admit that they were "distracted" by the light?
Possibly the same people who are mesmorized by shiny objects?
Last edited by GunMan February 9, 2013 at 08:32 PM
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#107
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How does this compare with the Cuisinart TOB-40 [amazon.com]?

I like a really small one because my counter space is tiny!
The one you linked to is larger....
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#108
MUST RESIST BUYING!!!!

I have one of those round "flavorwave" IR Oven thingy already.
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#109
I don't see the coupon. Do other people still see it?
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#110
I decided to go down to Fry's to pick mines up. Just did my first test: a piece of toast. It didn't cook the bread any quicker than a normal toaster would, but then again, a normal toaster has nearly zero pre-heating time. Total time was about 2 mins before it beeped at me. Instructions said to line foil over the baking pan so I did. Not sure how it affects the way it cooks.

I should have taken a pic. Only one side of the toast was browned and it was pretty well browned, only some very small edges were burned but it was very slight. I turned it over and the bottom side was still completely white so I put it back in for about 20 seconds. Took it out and it was ok, looked like the temps inside were of too hot as part of it got brown in a hurry and it wasn't very even.

The instructions imply that the part of the food furthest back will get cooked a little better than the part of the food nearest the front. I guess it's pretty important to place the food dead center maybe a little more towards the back to get good even cooking.

The instructions say the light allows you to see the food while it's cooking to determine if it's done or not. The light is so bright, you really can't see anything. Even though my toast was slightly browned, I couldn't tell at all. All you can do is turn it off take it out and look at it to see how done it is. Maybe I should put on some sunglasses?

Next test perhaps will be either waffle or hash brown. Btw - when you turn it on, the light stays on, at least for toast. It's bright, looks like sunlight in there. I suppose if you live in Seattle like me and need to see some sunlight this model might actually double as a therapy light. Smilie

I'll play around with it some more later on. I haven't seen anything yet to make me want to return it outright. Maybe I can do a few things to make it cook better on both sides.

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Ok, I just did 2 hash browns (one at a time). Took 5 mins for the first. Cooked it pretty good. I opened it during the cooking around the 2 1/2 minute mark and turned it over cause I didn't think it would cook both sides evenly. The hash brown was frozen solid, really hard. It could have been a little hotter and could have been cooked a little longer. Perhaps opening the unit up kind of messed up the cooking time? In any case, both sides were browned, didn't burn and it tasted good. Not too bad at all.

Changed the settings to maximum brown-ness for the second hash brown. It automatically set itself for 7 mins. I opened it up around the 3 1/2 minute mark and turned it over. It comes out hotter and a little better than the first. I'm getting better at cooking with this thing already!

I love hash browns so this could be a reason to keep this thing.
Last edited by Ayahuasca February 10, 2013 at 12:40 AM
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#111
Quote from gymsock View Post :
Was seriously considering this until I read a bunch of reviews and see that it does not have a BROIL feature or even a BAKE option. It's mainly for toasting things, making 9" pizzas and reheating leftovers. Not sure if I could justify $89 for an oven that doesn't bake and broil.

Cooking modes:
• Toast
• Waffle
• Roll
• Pizza
• Quick
• Hash Brown
This is total crap. I've owned the NB-G100P for 11 years and it most definitely has a bake/broil option as well as this G110P.

You use the bake option by selecting an oven temperature instead of a cooking mode. Broil option is used by selecting 500F on the temperature setting.
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#112
hard to shell out a c-note to replace my $10 black and decker toaster oven. after 10 years, it's still working perfectly. it toasts perfectly every time, so why replace it?
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#113
Quote from stevenq View Post :
I decided to go down to Fry's to pick mines up. Just did my first test: a piece of toast. It didn't cook the bread any quicker than a normal toaster would, but then again, a normal toaster has nearly zero pre-heating time. Total time was about 2 mins before it beeped at me. Instructions said to line foil over the baking pan so I did. Not sure how it affects the way it cooks.

I should have taken a pic. Only one side of the toast was browned and it was pretty well browned, only some very small edges were burned but it was very slight. I turned it over and the bottom side was still completely white so I put it back in for about 20 seconds. Took it out and it was ok, looked like the temps inside were of too hot as part of it got brown in a hurry and it wasn't very even.

The instructions imply that the part of the food furthest back will get cooked a little better than the part of the food nearest the front. I guess it's pretty important to place the food dead center maybe a little more towards the back to get good even cooking.

The instructions say the light allows you to see the food while it's cooking to determine if it's done or not. The light is so bright, you really can't see anything. Even though my toast was slightly browned, I couldn't tell at all. All you can do is turn it off take it out and look at it to see how done it is. Maybe I should put on some sunglasses?

Next test perhaps will be either waffle or hash brown. Btw - when you turn it on, the light stays on, at least for toast. It's bright, looks like sunlight in there. I suppose if you live in Seattle like me and need to see some sunlight this model might actually double as a therapy light. Smilie

I'll play around with it some more later on. I haven't seen anything yet to make me want to return it outright. Maybe I can do a few things to make it cook better on both sides.

********

Ok, I just did 2 hash browns (one at a time). Took 5 mins for the first. Cooked it pretty good. I opened it during the cooking around the 2 1/2 minute mark and turned it over cause I didn't think it would cook both sides evenly. The hash brown was frozen solid, really hard. It could have been a little hotter and could have been cooked a little longer. Perhaps opening the unit up kind of messed up the cooking time? In any case, both sides were browned, didn't burn and it tasted good. Not too bad at all.

Changed the settings to maximum brown-ness for the second hash brown. It automatically set itself for 7 mins. I opened it up around the 3 1/2 minute mark and turned it over. It comes out hotter and a little better than the first. I'm getting better at cooking with this thing already!

I love hash browns so this could be a reason to keep this thing.
FWIW i put my toast right on the rack. no pan. english muffins too. one round with the muffin face down and a second with it face up makes for my perfect cook on it.

you get used to the light after a little while. especially when you get your times down and don't have to stand in front of it the whole time.
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#114
I totally thought this was a TV or some sort.
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#115
Coupon disappeared. That is what I get for procrastinating. Crap.
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#116
Quote from stevenq View Post :

Seems like this toaster oven works by light. If that is the case, something like meat wouldn't cook well because the light can't penetrate. Bread, however, is susceptible to light penetration, so it would work.

All ovens bake by IR "light". There is zero "penetration" unlike a microwave, and internal heating is all via conduction. This one just happens to use bulbs which radiate the food more directly (bouncing off the walls, etc) rather than a traditional oven which in large part uses its heavy/hot walls themselves to radiate/heat the air.
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#117
For CA folks or where amazon charges tax.

http://www.jr.com/panasonic/pe/PAN_NBG110/

add filler item:
http://www.jr.com/d-andrea/pe/DDR_EP24/

add 10 off 100 coupon: ATJANDR (on top of page)

+ free shipping = 90.60 no tax
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#118
Quote from stevenq View Post :
Here's a small pizza being made in this toaster oven:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Fw3-BWmSpI
IMO pizzas are better when placed directly on the wire tray w/o the pan. One of the main benefits of this oven over the generic halogen bulb ones is that it has the element on the bottom to crisp the crust.
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#119
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Coupon disappeared. That is what I get for procrastinating. Crap.
same here
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#120
Quote from haruman View Post :
For CA folks or where amazon charges tax.

http://www.jr.com/panasonic/pe/PAN_NBG110/

add filler item:
http://www.jr.com/d-andrea/pe/DDR_EP24/

add 10 off 100 coupon: ATJANDR (on top of page)

+ free shipping = 90.60 no tax

Thanks... I was too slow to get amazon deal.. so this will help
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