Euro-Pro TO140L 6-Slice Toaster Oven
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- Countertop toaster oven offers extra-large 4- to 6-slice capacity
- Toast, warm, bake, and broil functions; adjustable temperature
- 60-minute timer with stay-on function, auto shut-off, and ready signal
- Includes enamel bake tray, wire rack, and pullout crumb tray
- Measures approximately 26 by 18-1/2 by 13 inches
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Top Customer Reviews
I needed to replace my broken one right away. After searching Macy's, JCPenney's, and Sears and finding very limited choices, I found myself at Target trying to choose between 2 B&D models and this Euro-Pro model, all between $30-35. The B&D ovens seemed so flimsy and cheap I was reluctant to buy one, but the only other "small" toaster oven was a brand (Euro-Pro) that I never heard of. It was taller than the B&D ovens but its footprint was about the same. I liked the way it looked, and it felt solid and well made. The removable crumb tray was also located in the front (another nice feature). So I came home and reviewed the comments here on the 3 models and read so many negative reviews about the B&D toaster ovens I decided to take a chance on the Euro-Pro, even though it lacked reviews.
I've had this for over a week and have used it several times, and it works fine for everything I tried. The toast comes out nice and evenly toasted, bagels and waffles toast fine, I baked a rice dish that came out fine that never would have fit in my old toaster oven.Read more ›
To begin, this is a stylish little toaster oven. It is far more sharp looking on the counter top than, say, a Black & Decker (which I had once many years ago and, incidentally, which did last forever). Second, this little oven works great. I have roasted just about everything in it (being limited by its size of course), I have baked items in it and I have simply used it as a toaster. It performed all of these tasks very well, with the exception of toasting - to toast, it does require supervision IF you want both sides of the bread toasted. Otherwise, it tends to toast only one side (if you use the toaster/timer setting and then "set it and forget it"). If you want both sides toasted, yes, you need to stand by and flip the toast after it gets done to your liking on the initial side.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this as a gift. Used it for a short while and the bottom elements went. Save your money.Published 2 months ago by Bobby V.
We bought our Europro about 3 years ago. It has worked great for us. We found that it was roomy enough to fit small casserole dishes and bread-sized baking dishes. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Flower Power Woman
We used this for about four years until about 20 minutes ago. The glass door exploded! Luckily we were not in the room. DO NOT BUY THIS.Published on February 20, 2014 by davidm
This toaster oven has lasted me about 4 years and works great. I agree the the shelving placement can be irritating, but I've got no complaints and quality and durability.Published on February 15, 2014 by Ellen Carleton
I bought this toaster oven about 2 years ago. It did an adequate job of toasting bread and was great for reheating leftovers. The size was perfect for my counter top. Read morePublished on August 9, 2011 by cindylou
Where to start -- this thing is utter junk and basically worthless. Note that in Canada the Euro-Pro brand is called Bravetti. Read morePublished on August 1, 2011 by GEHD
I purchased this toast oven to keep from using my oven. It might be small but it does a might job. Not only use it for toast but for casseroles and baking muffins and biscuit. Read morePublished on June 12, 2011 by west wind
Bought a Euro-pro TO140L-FS oven toaster a year ago for about $20. What a bargain I thought.
It worked very well for about a year and then the heating element completely... Read more
The things that I am pleased with this toaster oven: I am able to bake bread, cook a main dish, and toast homemade crumbly bread (that won't work in my regular toaster), for the... Read morePublished on May 5, 2011 by T. Hinshaw