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Proctor Silex 25408 Sandwich Toaster
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- Quick and easy meals.
- Nonstick, easy-clean grids.
- Power on/preheat lights.
- Compact, upright storage.
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|Dimensions||11 inches x 4.59 inches x 10.42 inches||5.3 inches x 10.1 inches x 9.7 inches||12.73 inches x 5.63 inches x 13.75 inches||10.29 inches x 4.98 inches x 10.1 inches|
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Proctor Silex 25408 Sandwich Toaster
Proctor Silex Sandwich Makers are the fast, easy way to make hot sandwiches, omelets, French toast, and other desserts. These versatile appliances are perfect for compact spaces, or as a handy stand-in for a conventional stovetop.
Proctor Silex Sandwich Makers are simple to use and easy to clean for added convenience. Indicator lights let you know when the power is on and it"s ready to cook, and the nonstick grids wipe clean easily. For space-saving storage, lock the handle and store this compact appliance upright in any cabinet. Put away your frying pan and make a hot sandwich the easy way — with a Proctor Silex Sandwich Maker.
- Quick & easy meals
- Nonstick, easy-clean grids
- Power on/preheat lights
- Compact, upright storage
Top Customer Reviews
We have a foreman - makes great panini but these sandwich makers are one of a kind and can't be replicated in any other machine.
It's for sure a unitasker
You can't use pepridge farm loaves - the slices are too big, think of generic white bread size and you're in luck. Big slices will hang off the side and not give you the perfect triangles you need. You can cut bread to size but that's a lot of work.
you don't need to lube the machine (it's non stick, and you don't need to butter the outside of the bread) - that's just added calories
I buy a GIANT bag (talking costco size) of mexican cheese blend
Faves: Pepperoni & Cheese
Ham & Cheese
Hot Dog and Cheese
Salami and Cheese
Peanut Butter Sandwiches (I have an aversion to jam/jellys/marmalade) so the gooey peanut butter is awesome.
I rarely use any seasoning in it
Nutella - that's it, nutella
If you're fruity - maybe some strawberry jam/marmalade
Now that I'm grown and with my own fridge, I'm definitely going to be more creative (although the above mentions are still my favorite) YUM!
Quick meals 2-3 minutes cook time with maybe 2-3 minutes prep time.
Also great for kiddos. The sandwiches are small enough (triangles) for my 2 year old's hands, PB&J and FlufferNutter, just don't leave it in too long, or the gooey stuff gets a bit hot and can be dangerous.
Update: after perhaps a few dozen uses, the non-stick coating (along one dividing edge) has now started to wear off. Because these flakes are potentially carcinogenic when carcinogenic, into the garbage the sandwich maker has gone. How utterly disappointing, P S.
As a mom, what I like: it toasts up grilled cheese WITHOUT having to use butter, margarine, mayo, whatever people put on the outside of a normal grilled cheese to toast it. Cool and your getting rid of that grease.
It's not the sturdiest of kitchen gadgets, so I don't expect it to last forever, but I'll be happy if I can squeeze a year's worth out of it and will buy another.
Oh, for what it's worth, I didn't have the handle breaking issue. Took me a few tries to get the hang of the locking mechanism, but I tested that out before I tried cooking anything. And one more thing: use your darned common sense and don't overfill the sandwiches if you don't want a big mess. You'd think this would be plain common sense, but evidently it's not from the stories I've heard. :P
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice. But I think it's a little heavier compared the previous one I had. But it cooks well.Published 1 day ago by krishna sadhu
I love this sandwich maker. I think the problem other reviewers are having is something I ran into, but I found a solution for. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Psalmopoeus
Works fine, just a little smaller than I expected. Could be i didn't read the description right. Overall works like a charm.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I always have one of these in my cupboard for sandwiches and take on vacations, too. Love it. Will never be without one.Published 4 days ago by Kim2848
We use this for breakfast, it makes in a easy and fast way our sandwiches.Published 7 days ago by Renzo MG