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

bens_brother February 7, 2013 at 09:53 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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#31
Assuming it is the same as the old one, at bottom, easily slide out crumb tray.

As far as broil, well I just put a large chicken breast in a glass dish and it takes about 12 minutes to cook it at 390. My wife makes fish in it all the time same way. Heat up pizza, no brainer.

Even though mine is still working tempted to buy another just in case mine goes. After all it's been going strong for more years than I can remember. So happy to see it back in production. My backup plan up until now was to take the one my parents have!!!

Ahhhh, just bought one. I'll put the somewhat grungy white one I have into the attic as my spare :-)
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#32
Quote from hilaryshotlips View Post :

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.
fair enough. i have had a great experience with my breville, it is the best appliance i've owned. have never regretted buying it refurb.
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#33
Still using mine over 8 years and I love it. I bought one for my mom.
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#34
Got this a few weeks back from JandR with a $10 coupon code. Cheaper since there was no tax. Still in box though. :p
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#35
Had NB-G100P (previous model) for a few years and it has worked fine. Recently it developed a problem that tends to shut itself off at middle of baking or toasting.
G100P has good size (square pan), nice control panel (easy to use "frozen pizza", "quick reheat" settings etc.) and heats up pretty fast. One small issue is that the feet don't stick to the counter top (moves when you push the buttons) and also it doesn't have enough control of "shades" for toasting.

I'm not sure it is that much "superior" to other modern toaster ovens though. I have a much cheaper Kenmore now, and the heating elements look similar. Panasonic seems to "light up" faster, the overall toast or baking time is not much different however. For baking, I feel the Panasonic tends to heat up the surface better than inside and the temperature across the pan is not very even either, probably because the pan is a bit deep for the single tube heater (one tube on top, one tube on bottom just like some others) .
Overall it is a good product if the price is right, but it's not magically better than others and has its draw backs.
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Quote from yazyazoo View Post :
This or Breville?
Ive got both, or at least the old version of this, and the Breville is way more capable. It can control the top and bottom elements independently and is larger so it can hold a whole frozen pizza. Don't get me wrong, I love my Panasonic and its worked well every time i use it for the last 8 years, but its only really good at toast and reheating food. You can use the Breville as a complete oven replacement if you get creative.
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Quote from dustindt View Post :
Ive got both, or at least the old version of this, and the Breville is way more capable. It can control the top and bottom elements independently and is larger so it can hold a whole frozen pizza. Don't get me wrong, I love my Panasonic and its worked well every time i use it for the last 8 years, but its only really good at toast and reheating food. You can use the Breville as a complete oven replacement if you get creative.
Good info. But where on earth can you get a Breville anywhere close to this price? Aren't we kinda comparing apples to oranges here?
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#38
just pulled the trigger.....is this better then convection oven?
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#39
Quote from bignuts34 View Post :
just pulled the trigger.....is this better then convection oven?
No toaster oven is better than a quality convection oven. Not even the toaster ovens that claim to be convection ovens. And none of them make good toast.
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Quote from sevimli View Post :
best toaster ever!
I would never pay $90 for just a toaster.

Quote from HomieG View Post :
Had it for about 10 years now. Get's used daily. Makes great toast. Great to reheat stuff in.
How about cooking? I used my current Delonghi toaster/oven to reheat chicken, bake and broil fish, broil turkey burgers and steaks, as well as for occasional toast

Quote from tylai View Post :
Still using mine over 8 years and I love it
Do you use it for broiling steaks and turkey burgers? From everything I'm reading, you have to wrap food in foil for fear the juices from the meat spray onto the heating elements. With my Delonghi, you put some foil on the metal pan and were good to go.

I also hear the Panasonic NG-110p comes with a non-stick pan which is problematic for some due to the materials used in making non-stick products.
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#41
Well we've had both the Panasonic and the Breville. The Breville currently occupies a place in our kitchen and the Panasonic is on a shelf in the garage awaiting the next garage sale.

The Panasonic made great toast and that was it. We constantly missed the ability to bake a potato, reheat a casserole etc
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Quote from eeagle View Post :
Well we've had both the Panasonic and the Breville. The Breville currently occupies a place in our kitchen and the Panasonic is on a shelf in the garage awaiting the next garage sale. The Panasonic made great toast and that was it. We constantly missed the ability to bake a potato, reheat a casserole etc
Unless someone states the opposite of what you wrote, I can't see buying the Panasonic then. My old $60 Delonghi reheats everything and does a great job of broiling steaks and burgers as well as baking fish. It toasts evenly, too.

Why is everyone so keen on this Panasonic if all it really does is make good toast and not have a broil (top heating element) setting?
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#43
This oven uses fundamentally superior technology to traditional heating elements such as those in a Breville or a typical range. The various IR bulbs can modulate much more quickly which when paired with intelligent sensors control cooking very accurately.

It's how the oven always reheats & crisps perfectly in 6-8min (times akin to a microwave) without ever burning. A old-fashioned metal rod or even quartz element simply cannot do this.

These used to sell for hundreds USED on ebay when Panasonic stopped making them such was their following.
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#44
The question is, are these as good as the original ones. What's changed and where have they cut corners (if any)?
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#45
Quote from lessblue View Post :
The question is, are these as good as the original ones. What's changed and where have they cut corners (if any)?
According to the reviewers, it looks to be the exact same thing with new labels. This is good. I got one earlier today as a backup for when my existing G100P fails (but got beaten by the OP to posting the deal).
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