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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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#76
What can this do for someone who has a $5 slickdeal toaster and $10 slickdeal traditional toaster oven and thinks that those do everything he needs?

Do they make a stainless version to match brushed stainless appliances?
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#77
Quote from Baddogdaddy View Post :
Exactly the answer I was hoping for.thanks! My wife and i do finger food nights and the deep fryer is a pain. Great idea with the foil sheets, I'm going to hunt them down. Repped!
I use our deep fryer at home regularly, I used to hate the cleanup and the storage process with my old fryer. Bought a different fryer last spring and it has been worth it! the self flitering and storage are simple and make cleanup and storage great (i like the low profile storage container too!) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...04_s00_i00

That said, I have been eyeing up a small toaster oven for those times that we need to quick heat a snack or lunch for our daughters... =)
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I also have the original version, which appears functionally identical to this one. Mine has always browned the bottom more than the top, although it has never burnt it. More of a cosmetic issue than a real problem in my opinion. If somehow you could move the rack up a half inch, it would probably be more even; but there's no option to do that.

The older model would periodically drop down to $59 at Amazon (I posted one of those deals back in 2007). At that price, it was a no-brainer, and if it was still that price, I would actually be tempted to pick up a backup. But at $90 (plus sales tax, which Amazon wasn't collecting back in 2007) it's hard for me to be as enthusiastic. In fact, I saw this deal pop up at Amazon 2 days ago, and intentionally didn't post it, since I just didn't think Panasonic had added an extra $30+ in value to the device since 2007.
Thanks. That and the fact you apparently can't heat a typical size frozen pizza in this model is enough to make me pass.
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#79
had the original model since 2004. Still works flawlessly even though it has not been kept as clean as it should be. We use it at least 4-5 times a day -- toaster, reheat and even cook some things

Prior to this we were going through a Black & Decker or Procter Silex etc 4 slice toaster bought for $15-30 almost every other year
No comparison in terms of performance either . This one works perfectly each time

tempted to buy another one even though I am not sure why I should
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#80
Someone asked if Panasonic sells replacement bulbs for the earlier model that many of us have and love. The Panasonic site says they do not, unfortunately.

So I'm in for two -- one for us when ours finally bites the dust after many many years of faithful service, and one for my sister. Thank you OP -- been waiting on a deal on this.

One other note -- we line the bottom of ours with foil, which helps a lot with the mess, but I think it also affects the way it bakes. We also use those foil sheets from the warehouse store, and I think that might affect it too, but again it's very nice for cleanup. Like others have said, there's a learning curve with using it, especially for longer cooking times.

For us it seems to have a little longer times for warming up food than a microwave, but without the food coming out like rubber. For cooking food, it is way faster than a conventional oven. The longer the cooking time in the recipe for a regular oven, the bigger the difference. For example, a 10-minute oven time might be 5 minutes in this oven, while a 30-minute oven time might be only 10 minutes in this oven. You just have to play with it. We love it for baking potatoes especially in the summer, since it runs so much faster -- big difference in how much it heats the kitchen.
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Quote from hilaryshotlips View Post :
Have you broiled a steak using this or cooked a hamburger or turkey burger? I'm going to scan those Amazon reviews again and see what they're cooking up with this unit. I keep reading that this unit doesn't broil.
"Broiling" is just max radiative heat on top. If you just turn the temp to max and use the tray it does exactly this. It also temp controls so you can "broil" at any temp.

Quote from errdayallday View Post :
...too small, i like it big like in the 40"s
That's what she said.
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Quote from Syber7 View Post :
Apparently young children are like moths to a flame with this thing.

Jump to 4:00 > Link [youtube.com]
I've seen that "review". Staring at it is not a problem since the lamps are still dimmer than a sunny day so your eyes will adjust just as they do when you step outside. It's only relatively bright for indoors. And frankly the oven isn't the problem if the most attractive thing going on in the house is staring at a toaster.
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Quote from broadwayblue View Post :
Thanks. That and the fact you apparently can't heat a typical size frozen pizza in this model is enough to make me pass.
The pizza I typically cook in this is the Tony's brand in square form. Perfect fit:

http://www.tonys.com/products-ori...pizzas.htm
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Quote from jeopardy View Post :
One other note -- we line the bottom of ours with foil, which helps a lot with the mess, but I think it also affects the way it bakes. We also use those foil sheets from the warehouse store, and I think that might affect it too, but again it's very nice for cleanup.

You just have to play with it. We love it for baking potatoes especially in the summer, since it runs so much faster -- big difference in how much it heats the kitchen.
1) What's wrong with just tearing off a piece Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil like I do with my Delonghi metal pan?

2) One more time - have you cooked a steak or a burger with this? If so, is it as good as cooking with an oven? I find that my Delonghi cooked even better.

Quote from ulall View Post :
We use it at least 4-5 times a day -- toaster, reheat and even cook some things.
"Even cook some things"? I'm amazed at two things here. The first is why spend $90 or more on a small oven if you're not going to use it to cook almost everything - fish, meat, etc. Secondly, I'm surprised at how much toast is being made in this thread! Hasn't everyone heard that you should cut down on bread and carbs?! shake head

I just looked at the deep fryer link that someone posted. Amazon should sell this thing with a coupon for an angiogram!
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000AOMA68

Quote from ktg View Post :
I also have the original version..The older model would periodically drop down to $59 at Amazon (I posted one of those deals back in 2007). But at $90 (plus sales tax, which Amazon wasn't collecting back in 2007) it's hard for me to be as enthusiastic... I just didn't think Panasonic had added an extra $30+ in value to the device since 2007.
Has gasoline added anything in value since it's gone up almost 100% since 2007? How about autos and a 10% or more increase. Has orange juice added anything since it's increased about 15% in price and reduced it's 64 oz. container by 5 oz? The same could be said of fruit and vegetables and everything else. The 35% price increase is more than it should be, but it's just a sign of the times.
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#85
If you have kids who eat chicken nuggets, fish sticks, and the like, then this oven is a time saver and a no-brainer
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#86
I had had the older version and one of the heating elements went out and I was able to find a replacement although it was a few years ago so I can't recall where from but they do exist.

I went from that one to the Cusinart TOB-195 and I got to admit the settings where a lot easier on the Panasonic with the Cusinart it always takes several button pushes to get anything cooking although it does a great job and I felt heating was more even. Plus I think it's lasted longer than the Panasonic did.

http://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-T...en+tob-195

Costco had these was $99 at one point I didn't seem them listed anymore ;(

http://archive.slickdeals.net/f/1007921-Cuisinart-Convection-Toaster-Oven-Broiler-110-Free-3-Pack-Prep-Boards-After-MIR?v=1
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Quote from jreuschl View Post :
Would this cook frozen fish well or no?
If you mean packaged battered fish or fish sticks, it works fine. It should be able to bake some fish fillet as well although I haven't tried myself. It is not much different from other toaster ovens. It seems to cook fast on the outside, but harder to get to inside if the food is thick. It does small pizza well though.
A small toaster oven is a good addition to most kitchens, and this is just one of them. It has some nice "one button cooking" feature (easy to operate), but I don't think the performance is better or worse than many others. There are others half of the price, also some double the price. I haven't tried small convection ovens (saw one in Costco some time ago), should compare with those next time.
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Has gasoline added anything in value since it's gone up almost 100% since 2007? How about autos and a 10% or more increase. Has orange juice added anything since it's increased about 15% in price and reduced it's 64 oz. container by 5 oz? The same could be said of fruit and vegetables and everything else. The 35% price increase is more than it should be, but it's just a sign of the times.
You're right, especially about the 'more than it should be' part. But we're not talking about a 35% price increase in this case...in my case, it's 60% [($96 with tax -$60 old price)/$60 = 60% relative increase]. I don't question that you and others here might be able to absorb or otherwise rationalize that sort of increase, but it exceeds my Slickdealers' sense of value. I can't hide from the increased cost of gas unfortunately, but in the current economy, I can do without buying a back-up toaster oven just because my other one is getting a bit old.

At $90 I would still recommend it if someone actually needed a new toaster oven, since there doesn't seem to be a similarly-priced competitor that seems as durable and as highly-reviewed. It would just be a lot easier to recommend if it were closer to $60.
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Quote from hilaryshotlips View Post :
1) What's wrong with just tearing off a piece Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil like I do with my Delonghi metal pan?

2) One more time - have you cooked a steak or a burger with this? If so, is it as good as cooking with an oven? I find that my Delonghi cooked even better.
I don't mind tearing off a piece of foil, but the sheets were just uber convenient. And I haven't cooked anything like a steak or burger with this, because 1) I don't cook much of anything anymore since I became a teacher and work 60-70 hours a week and 2) I have a husband who cooks stuff like that on the grill because he enjoys it and he's good at it.

A long time ago in a galaxy far away, I did do some baking in it, although like others have said, it seems to do better in cooking flatter things rather than thicker things. So depending on how you make your burgers or what cut of steak you're talking about, you might have success or you might not. Also if you like your steak more rare inside, then this could work too. I think this might be better than a regular oven for steak, since it tends to cook the outside more than the inside, which most people tend to prefer on steak anyway. But for hamburgers, they might come out raw inside, and that's no good!
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"Even cook[I :
some things[/I]"? I'm amazed at two things here. The first is why spend $90 or more on a small oven if you're not going to use it to cook almost everything - fish, meat, etc. Secondly, I'm surprised at how much toast is being made in this thread! Hasn't everyone heard that you should cut down on bread and carbs?! shake head
You can basically replace a microwave with this thing and do a better job, and decent microwaves are ~100 by themselves.

The oven isn't designed for pure cooking, in part due to its size (ie a chicken won't fit), but that doesn't mean near IR heating isn't better for that, too, in just about every way. Just look up reviews for NuWave oven, etc which all use IR bulbs and by accounts cooks very well. This is wider band/smarter than the NuWave.

Steak/burger is fine, but grill or sous vide is better for those. I'm not going to cook those in an oven anyway when better alternatives are available.
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