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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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#16
Quote from zeelurker View Post :
According to the amazon web page

Meaures 10 1/4" (H) x 13" (D) x 12" (D), 7.5 lbs, Silver
Would this silver color match with the other stainless steel appliances in the kitchen? I can't really tell from the pictures though...
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#17
Quote from yazyazoo View Post :
This or Breville?
If you bake and if you have the extra money to opt for the bigger one I'd go for the breville (when the refurb price drops). If you just toast things probably doesn't matter.
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I remember the first time Consumer Reports tested this. Highly rated when they tested it, loved the speed.
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#19
Mine is 8 years old and still going strong. It does bake but it has a learning curve as it's faster than a typical oven. It maxes the timer at 25 minutes and has approximate degree settings. Still, best toaster oven ever. The big Breville 800 is the only challenger if you have the space.
Repped.
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#20
Quote from zeelurker View Post :
According to the amazon web page

Meaures 10 1/4" (H) x 13" (D) x 12" (D), 7.5 lbs, Silver
I see 13.9 x 10.3 x 7.8 inches......which is h, w and d?

Edit: correct dimensions are 13" (W) x 12" (D) x 10-1/4" (H). zeelurker was correct..sorry!
Last edited by mbelsky February 8, 2013 at 08:27 AM
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#21
Quote from kquig91 View Post :
I remember the first time Consumer Reports tested this. Highly rated when they tested it, loved the speed.
CR hasn't tested this in some time, perhaps because it hasn't been released for awhile. Are you referring to the older NB=G100P? CR seems to love the Brevilles.

A review of the Panasonic NB-G110P describes it as "flimsy" although it gets 4.5 stars and the reviewer received it for free for the express purpose of reviewing:

http://www.piecesofamom.com/2012/12/product-review-panasonic-toaster-oven.html

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The NB-G110P seemed too lightweight for a toaster oven. I was worried that if I dropped it, it might break into a million pieces
continued here:
http://homegadgetsreport.com/panasonic-nb-g110p-review/

I need a toaster/oven to replace my 7 year old Delonghi. The fuse keeps blowing on that one and I have to replace it myself as the authorized repair service labor would be too costly. I would buy a new Delonghi but the Amazon reviews aren't the greatest. I would consider a Breville, but the price is just too much for a small household. Does anyone have this exact unit and does it really feel as cheaply made as the reviewer seems to indicate? My old Delonghi is a solid piece of metal. I would consider purchasing the Panasonic NB-G110P if someone has actually compared it to the old G100P unit, and states that the workmanship and quality of materials used are the same.

I just compared the specs and both the G110P and G100P weigh 7.5 lbs. and have dimensions of 13W x 12D x 10-1/4H. It would seem that this is the same unit with just a different looking design.

The reviews on Amazon are very favorable except they all seem to describe it as a great toaster! I'm looking for a toaster/oven that can broil a turkey burger, salmon, and reheat roasted chicken.

This reviewer says you have to wrap fish in aluminum foil (I'm guessing that it can hurt the infrared elements if juice sprays around the inside of the unit)
http://www.amazon.com/review/R2KGP21RMJ7HP7/ref=cm_cr_pr_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B008C9UFDI&linkCode=&nodeID=&tag=

Quote from ppsagehen View Post :
If you bake and if you have the extra money to opt for the bigger one I'd go for the breville (when the refurb price drops).
I could never see buying any refurbished model, unless the company guaranteed that every single part in the unit has been replaced including knobs, heating elements, trays, metal casing, etc. You can never tell how long the previous owner had it, how hard they used it, and what exactly has been refurbished. There's too good a chance that another overused part could go.
Just think of buying a used car. You never can tell what you're really getting, and have to expect a decent amount of annual maintenance as other parts start to go.
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#22
best toaster ever! I got it for $90 around thanksgiving.

Jump on it!
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#23
Quote from gibsonbass View Post :
Kinda small.
A bigger toaster oven is counter intuitive and almost silly to me...

I had a "4 slice" Delonghi that worked well, upgraded to a "6 slice" Oster with convection and now basic toasting functions take 3-4x's as long because there's so much more area to heat up.

This seems like a good size to me, but I guess it's all about your purpose - mine is to have a toaster that doubles as an oven, not the other way around.
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Quote from gibsonbass View Post :
Kinda small.
This is not to replace your regular oven, but is handy for 90% of the baking need. I find the size is perfect for the scarce countertop real estate.
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#25
Had mine since 2004. Best toaster over. I've had 0 issues with mine since then and I was really worried when Panasonic discontinued them since mine was so old and I wanted to update mine to stainless steel since I have white. Glad they brought it back. I might buy my SS color now just in case they get discontinued again.

Seriously the fastest toast ever! I love this toaster.
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#26
will give it a try!

need a toaster, the normal toaster ovens are too large. this should fit the bill!
Last edited by SmellyCat February 8, 2013 at 08:58 AM
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#27
Add me to the list of folks who have the original version of this. It's been great. Had it for about 10 years now. Get's used daily. Makes great toast. Great to reheat stuff in. And bake, like frozen french fries. Glad to see Panasonic came out with a newer version. While ours is still working, who knows how long that will last. Will buy this as a replacement, for sure!
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#28
Does it have a crumb tray? The lack of one is why the current toaster oven is on it's way out.
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#29
Love the previous model. Superior to conventional toasters in every way.
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#30
If you opted for the Breville at $249, then you should consider instead buying a good convection oven. Once I did, I pitched the toaster ovens. And I use a toaster for toast, because they make much better toast and take up less space on the counter top.

The difference between the cheaper stove and the convection stove is only about $150-$250. And it is better overall for everything.

And it is self cleaning!!
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