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Promoted 05-02-2016 by qwikwit at 03:45 PM View Original Post
BuyDig has Cuisinart TOB-135 Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler on sale for $99 with promo code DLX2X17P5. Shipping is free. Thanks brisar



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Our research shows that the Cuisinart TOB-135 Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler is $20 lower (17% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $120 (for silver) and  $134 (for red). -qwikwit

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#3
what do you guys think? Slick deal or average deal? $120 on flea bay by best buy so $20 less here
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#4
Nice, I like the color too!
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what do you guys think? Slick deal or average deal? $120 on flea bay by best buy so $20 less here
Regular paid advertisement, great deal Big Grin
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#6
How is this compared to the Panasonic one?
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I have the smaller non-convection version (TOB-100BW) that I picked up for $50.99 on 12/15/13 for $50.99 grand total from Bloomingdale.com. Maybe this would be worth it if you actually have a family to cook for? For me, dinner consists of throwing 10 pieces of chicken nuggets in the TOB-100BW. Regarding the oven, it works amazing and it pays off for itself in the long-run cuz you don't have to heat-up an entire oven just to cook 2 corndogs. Temperature is accurate, timer is plenty loud, lots of cooking settings, easy to clean, etc. The biggest qualm I have is that the temperature only goes up in increments of 25-F above 200-F. I've seen muffin recipes for instance that calls for 380-f (and we all know that in baking, everything has to be precise). With this unit, you can't have it at 380-F. But perhaps the deluxe unit has more control?
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How is this compared to the Panasonic one?
I've go the Panasonic model. They took weeks to ship. It looks like an old TV,
but cooks very well.
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what is the nonstick coating made out of? Teflon or some other material?
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How is this compared to the Panasonic one?
I have this but the silver color and its great I use it more than my oven cooking pork or bake in it and also toast bread very handy roasted potatoes good too I have to try to bake a full chicken for a change but it's nice and has good space inside higly recommended!!
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Not slick enough to jump on. $20 from a random web store, but thanks for the effort.. I guess.
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Quote from violian View Post :
I have the smaller non-convection version (TOB-100BW) that I picked up for $50.99 on 12/15/13 for $50.99 grand total from Bloomingdale.com. Maybe this would be worth it if you actually have a family to cook for? For me, dinner consists of throwing 10 pieces of chicken nuggets in the TOB-100BW. Regarding the oven, it works amazing and it pays off for itself in the long-run cuz you don't have to heat-up an entire oven just to cook 2 corndogs. Temperature is accurate, timer is plenty loud, lots of cooking settings, easy to clean, etc. The biggest qualm I have is that the temperature only goes up in increments of 25-F above 200-F. I've seen muffin recipes for instance that calls for 380-f (and we all know that in baking, everything has to be precise). With this unit, you can't have it at 380-F. But perhaps the deluxe unit has more control?
Lol... That 5 degrees makes no difference
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I think the real question is, how does this compare to the $10 Bella toaster oven from Macy's??? laugh out loud
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I think the real question is, how does this compare to the $10 Bella toaster oven from Macy's??? laugh out loud
I don't have this Cuisinart but I have the Bella and it's a great appliance. Warms, heats, and toasts great. Superior to microwave for bread.
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#15
So weird - I was just looking at this on Amazon last night at $120... definitely a better deal at $100 but still a little higher than I want to pay.

Edit: No tax?... that's pretty slick (at least compared to Amazon)
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