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Panasonic NB-G100P 7.2-Quart 1300-Watt Infrared Toaster Oven

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  • Cooks up to 40 percent faster than conventional toaster ovens
  • Cooking menu includes six illustrated preset buttons
  • Digital timer and temperature keypad
  • Interior light, crumb tray, and reminder beep
  • Measures 13 by 10-1/4 by 12 inches

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Product Manual [966kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 13.2 x 12.5 inches ; 7.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000063UZV
  • Item model number: NB-G100P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (222 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #360,462 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Item Info: ? Bake a pizza! Toast fresh or frozen bread. Warm baked goods. Reheat fried food. Bake frozen hash browns. You can even bake a cake in it! ,? Cooks about 40% FASTER than regular ovens,? Instant heating/no preheating,? Temperature Keypad for precise temperature control and digital timer to prevent overcooking ,? Compact: (10"H x 13"W x 12"D) . .

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With six preset buttons and temperature control from 250 to 500 degrees F, this 1,300-watt Panasonic toaster oven is great for everything from frozen hash browns to pizza--you can even bake a cake in it. Panasonic's design makes use of FlashXPress heating, a combination of near- and far-infrared light that cooks 40 percent faster than conventional toaster ovens. Plus, the machine requires no preheating. An easy-to-use control panel lets you toast fresh or frozen bread, warm baked goods, cook pizza, reheat fried food, and bake frozen hash browns. It also features convenient customizing options, including shade control and a 25-minute timer. Other handy features include an interior light, a removable crumb tray, a reminder beep, a 3-foot power cord, and a glass window in the door. At over 10 inches tall, this oven requires more vertical counter space than some models, but its efficiency makes up for the extra height. --Emily Bedard

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Customer Reviews

It toasts the bread perfectly.
Diane Chapman
Its cooked everything from fresh, homebaked white toast to frozen egg rolls to frozen pizza and, of course, frozen hash browns.
Ronald S. Montefusco
I highly recommend this over standard toaster.
Fortune Rising

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

209 of 213 people found the following review helpful By Mad Martian on April 30, 2003
First I must say that this toaster oven makes better toast than any other toaster oven I have used. That said, there are a few things that disappointed me.
1. There is an on/off button. It would be better if using the other buttons turned it on automatically and it should turn off automatically when the cycle ends.
2. That light is bright! Very strange to have space-alien lighting emanating from the toaster over. A tinted door would be nice.
3. Not good for baking. This oven does a great job of heating the surface, but not so great heating the center of things. Even cookies did not fare well.
4. The oven is hotter in back and cooler in front. It even mentions this in the instructions. Large items such as pizza need to be rotated partway through heating.
5. The temperature increments are weird and won't match most recipes.
It does, however, make great toast. Even Pepperidge Farm's Texas Toast worked well. Any other toaster oven I have used has always toasted the top and bottom unevenly, leaving a crunchy top and soggy bottom. Grilled cheese sandwiches work great too. I love the Frozen Toast button - the button I use most. Hopefully Panasonic will correct the annoyances with the next model, but I'm still keeping this one.
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118 of 122 people found the following review helpful By artslover on September 16, 2003
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This machine is the best toaster ever -- all my goodies come out evenly browned with just the right crunch factor. But it's best to think of it as a toaster, not a toaster oven. Let's talk about the "40% faster" advertising claim: this set me up to expect toast in microwave time. Not. It takes just as long as a pop-up toaster. But it does a far, far superior job. And let's talk about the "blinding light" complaint from some reviewers: Not. The machine uses visible light in the cooking, so imagine a 60 watt light bulb in a box -- it's not a problem at all. But it's weird at first how the light goes on & off to control the temperature. The little buzzer at the end of the cycle is melodic and pleasant. The quality is excellent, and the controls are sensical and well designed. All-in-all: This is one awesome machine. I'm emotionally bonded with mine, and I'm generally cranky about gadgets that don't meet advertising claims. This machine just makes such darn good toast & browns my bagels so perfectly that I can't part with it.
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82 of 85 people found the following review helpful By "frank11597" on October 17, 2002
Oven uses 3 bulbs to heat instead of metal resistance heat,2 tubes (top+bottom)produce heat and 1 tube(top)produces heat and light.Button for light will activate bulb for a few seconds but since bulb produces heat it goes on and off by itself controlled by thermostat so there is a lightshow.Power is not cut when door is opened so be careful with children.Timer is limited to 25 minutes then oven shuts off,to extend cooking time requires setting timer again so it is more french fry friendly than baked potato friendly.Door is connected to rack which helps raise door since rack is spring loaded.Tray is square and holds small Freshetta brand pizza I enjoy,pictures here show teflon color but tray and interior are plain metal.Crumb tray slides out easily from front but front ledge of oven will collect crumbs since rack moves in and out above this area.I do not know how spills on tube will affect them,interior is heated so much by bulbs drips will turn to smoke requiring tray anyway.Display shows red LED which count down time other lights are red LED also.Toastmaking requires extra step to push on/off button before and after toastmaking and old time ding is replaced with soft beep like wristwatch so mornings will be peaceful.Feet provide air circulation under oven but produced tiny wobble on area I placed it due to uneven carpentry.Warranty card is sent to address in Colorado known for collecting marketing information.This toaster is for people who want something different and value their countertop real estate.
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68 of 70 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 15, 2002
This is a wonderful little oven. It's great for toast, reheating left overs and convenience foods. It can be used as well for baking casseroles and meats. Meals for one to four can be prepared in it, cooked by the preprogrammed menus or by temperature selection. Using the latter, I've baked salmon filets, lean beef patties and a noodle casserole in it. It takes about 30-35% less time to cook an item than in an ordinary oven. It also uses 1300 watts as opposed to the usual 1500 of most units. Best of all there is no preheating, which also saves time and energy. It is a nice size as well, fitting perfectly on my stove top under the exhaust fan. Note! The instructions give detailed safety precautions in regard to use. I'm careful not to have a burner operating when the toaster is on. Otherwise I move it elsewhere. Having used it for less than a week, I may rate it higher. There are a few drawbacks, however, that caused me to give it a 4 this time. Panasonic does not have a cook book other than the instruction manual, which isn't very detailed. Cooking in the oven is by experiment as to time and doneness. Also, it is advised to use only metal pans as opposed to heat resistant glass. I called Panasonic and was told the latter might break because of the intensity of heat and being too close to the heating element. I have used stainless steel pans instead of aluminum and found them to work quite well. In cooking meats or fish it is suggested that it be wrapped in foil. I prefer not using foil, although I did cover salmon loosely with it to shelter the unit from any spattering. Overall, I highly recommend this oven.
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