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Features independent dials for setting temperature, cook function, and 60-minute timer. -oceanlake

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Oster Black Countertop Toaster Oven with Air Fryer $73.57 @ Walmart

https://www.walmart.com/ip/seort/683381864


Last time it was on sale for $70.

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As an Air Fryer it works beautifully. Don't purchase this with the intent of using it as a toaster. The knob for the timer has to be turned past twenty minutes to activate the element. When you turn it back to five minutes or so for toasting there is significant resistance. What makes it worse is the knob is smooth and difficult to turn counter clockwise. If it were serrated it would be easier, but there is still significant resistance. I ended up purchasing a pop-up toaster to complement the air fryer.
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Been eyeing an air fryer. Thanks!
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bought the one that was on sale with best buy last time. that thing is legit, we haven't used our actual oven for a while now.
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What's the brickseek sku for this guy? Thanks for the help!
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Was considering this one but the Oster extra large is so much better for actual meals.

It doesn't have an "air fry" option, but it does have a convection mode that you can wire up to work regardless of setting.

Keep in mind, the larger air fryers actually take longer for the same amount of food. If you're just buying it for frozen bag items (fries, tots, etc), stick to 5L or below with a basket.

The non-basket types are just trying to edge into the baking territory and are doing so poorly.
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What's the brickseek sku for this guy? Thanks for the help!
Here is the link:
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As an Air Fryer it works beautifully. Don't purchase this with the intent of using it as a toaster. The knob for the timer has to be turned past twenty minutes to activate the element. When you turn it back to five minutes or so for toasting there is significant resistance. What makes it worse is the knob is smooth and difficult to turn counter clockwise. If it were serrated it would be easier, but there is still significant resistance. I ended up purchasing a pop-up toaster to complement the air fryer.
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Got this the last time it was on here, great purchase - no regrets at all.
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been using the toast option on this daily, takes about 5 min. oven is not huge, its a decent size to make quick meals during this lock down. a lot of people complain about it not having more features or digital timers and temperature settings but I actually like the simplicity of the the three knobs. I never had to put the timer past 20 minutes and then back to 5 for the toast option, not sure if other people do that?
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Dang. Brickseek says they went down to $21 in my area (sold out though)
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Bought this from last week's deal. Works great and doesn't leak as much heat as normal toaster ovens. Highly recommend
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Was considering this one but the Oster extra large is so much better for actual meals.

It doesn't have an "air fry" option, but it does have a convection mode that you can wire up to work regardless of setting.

Keep in mind, the larger air fryers actually take longer for the same amount of food. If you're just buying it for frozen bag items (fries, tots, etc), stick to 5L or below with a basket.

The non-basket types are just trying to edge into the baking territory and are doing so poorly.
My experience with my basket air fryer is you can't fill it up with many fries or they won't crisp properly, since the air couldn't force its way between them very well. Mine can only do a little less than what 2 adults would want. I would assume a toaster oven style would fix this if it actually circulates the air well (which many don't apparently) because they'd be single stacked.
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been using the toast option on this daily, takes about 5 min. oven is not huge, its a decent size to make quick meals during this lock down. a lot of people complain about it not having more features or digital timers and temperature settings but I actually like the simplicity of the the three knobs. I never had to put the timer past 20 minutes and then back to 5 for the toast option, not sure if other people do that?
I don't put it past the 20 then down also. Straight to 5 minutes and the toaster works. I basically use this until almost daily. Either for my morning toast or reheating foods to ready to bake pizzas.
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I don't put it past the 20 then down also. Straight to 5 minutes and the toaster works. I basically use this until almost daily. Either for my morning toast or reheating foods to ready to bake pizzas.

How does the toast actually turn out? Any regrets using over a normal pop-up toaster?
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