Panasonic NB-G110P Flash Xpress Toaster Oven, Silver

December 31, 2014 - Comment

Panasonic “FlashXpress” Technology Toaster Oven featuring 1300Watt double “Infrared Light” for cooking up to 40% faster than conventional toaster ovens, Instant heat eliminates preheating, 6 cooking menus with illustrated preset buttons, Automatically calculates the cooking time for a variety of foods: Bread (Toast, Waffles, Bagels), Frozen Food (Pizza, Hash Browns) and Reheat (Rolls, Breads, Leftovers),

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Panasonic “FlashXpress” Technology Toaster Oven featuring 1300Watt double “Infrared Light” for cooking up to 40% faster than conventional toaster ovens, Instant heat eliminates preheating, 6 cooking menus with illustrated preset buttons, Automatically calculates the cooking time for a variety of foods: Bread (Toast, Waffles, Bagels), Frozen Food (Pizza, Hash Browns) and Reheat (Rolls, Breads, Leftovers), Digital Timer (up to 25 minutes and Temperature Settings (250 Degree F to 500 Degree F), Square Shaped Inner Tray which is perfect for pizza up to 9″ in diameter of 4 slices of bread, Removable Crumb Tray for easy cleaning, Reminder Beep lets you know when food is done, Interior Light allows you to view your food while cooking, Measures 10 1/4″ (H) x 13″ (W) x 12″ (D), 7.5 lbs., White.

Product Features

  • “FlashXPress” double Infrared Light cooks up to 40-percent faster than conventional toaster ovens
  • Smart toaster oven with automatically calculating cooking time function and control over the heat for variety foods
  • Easy-to-use control panel with 6-menu illustrated presets for toast bread, pizza, frozen foods and quick reheat
  • Perfectly compact design with small footprint on countertop, front removable tray and nonstick interior for easy to clean
  • color :Silver

Comments

G. Hearn says:

Worlds Best Toaster Oven!!!! I had the “old model” of this oven for around 5-years or so. I broke one of the infrared bulbs (while cleaning it) last week. Fortunately I found out that they have started to make this oven again. They had stopped (or at least stopped importing them) when I checked a couple of years ago for a friend of mine who wanted one. But this “new model” is exactly the same as my “old” one except the name on a couple of buttons has changed, and also it’s now silver instead of white.Frist, let me just say what this toaster oven is NOT. . .It is NOT a replacement for a “traditional” oven. If you’re looking for something of that sort, then I highly recommend you check out one of the Breville or Black & Decker models. This Panasonic toaster oven will NOT cook a chicken. . or bake an 8″ pie.. . or bake a cake. But what it does. . .it does VERY well.This oven works by infrared light. You can Google to find out exactly how this works, if you want the specifics…

N. Snook "turn off the TV and think for yourself" says:

First toaster oven I ever fell in love with. In short: these guys thought of everything you could want in a toaster, and made it reliably for a great price.Also, as far as I can tell, they pioneered the market for infrared toaster ovens for 7 YEARS before anyone else.If you aren’t familiar with infrared toasters, basically it means fast even cooking and no more burnt smelling food after cheese drips or something. It burns differently and it stops smelling quickly.Cleaning is EASY. The front pullout tray is awesome, I can clean it up in seconds. I can also pull out the grill quick and put it back in.The only minor negative is that I sometimes want to adjust the time while it is cooking, and it doesnt allow that. You can only adjust cook time at the beginning. Not a big deal though.Before this toaster, I had tried 2 or 3 that were garbage, they had the traditional timers that never worked or cooked consistently. I had to check constantly to see when something would be…

PTG "ptg" says:

Thank goodness this oven is available again — oh how I’ve missed it!!! Thank goodness this wonderful toaster oven is available again!!! I used the previous version for many happy years. It is a perfect design (small footprint on countertop, easy-to-use controls) and quickly produces great toast and perfectly baked foods! I have missed having this oven, since I dumbly tossed my old one out last year, when it began looking its age. To my great dismay I quickly discovered that the model had been discontinued and I was unable to buy one like it! So, I resorted to trying an expensive KitchenAid toaster oven (Model KCO223CU) which promptly caused me several severe hand, finger, and arm burns (door didn’t open fully, etc.); I removed the darn KitchenAid oven from my kitchen and donated it to charity (still feel a little guilty about the poor person who gets it). I’ve been without a toaster oven for several months, refusing to settle for anything less than my wonderful old Panasonic Flash Xpress! NOW it is AVAILABLE AGAIN!!! Hip hip hooray!!! Special…

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