Sanyo SK-7S Space Saving Toasty Oven, Silver
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- Four control setting
- 15 minute timer with bell
- Slide out racks with metal trays
- Dimensions 9-1/2 inches wide by 12 7/8 inches high by 10 inches deep; weighs 6.7 pounds
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Top Customer Reviews
As a toaster, it's relatively slow but it's versatile. E.g., it handles bagels better than a regular toaster, warms up pastries nicely, and you can toast on only one side. On the down side, toasting anything DOES take longer, as another reviewer noted; this may be because it has what appear to be "light bars" instead of metal heating coils or rods.
So, no, it's not a down-sized equivalent of an oven, or even a toaster oven. The temperature control is set in the vicinity of 375 F. You can't broil, but you CAN bake just a few cookies. Whether you use one of the refrigerated rolls of cookie dough, or make your own batch of cookie dough, you can freeze the left-overs or divide the whole batch into in pre-cut portions. Then bake 2-4 cookies while you prepare dinner. (What an aroma, to have them fresh! and no temptation later.) You can also let the kids/grandkids take out a portion, and bake them.
A bonus is that the Toasty also makes superb English muffin pizza--no soggy bottoms, like in the microwave. I also like it for melting cheese on toast. It also reheats a single slice of pizza very nicely.Read more ›
Design saves counter space and offers more flexibility in heating things up. Only drawback: no temperature control. Heating is done by timer so you go by the timer times in the guide and go with that. Also you have a lot of glass so if you see something getting too brown you can quickly turn it off.
Contrary to other reviews, I think it toasts just fine, thank you.
-- It has a smaller footprint than a regular toaster oven.
Cons as a toaster:
-- It takes 5 full minutes to toast bread.
-- No cancel button. The only way to stop the oven when the timer dial is still running is to unplug it, and annoyingly, the timer will keep ticking. (Opening the door doesn't stop it.)
-- You cannot figure out a toast darkness setting once and for all -- your preferred setting for your usual type of bread -- and then just start it. The timer dial does show darkness settings, but they're not too precise. So I end up having to watch the bread. (But yes, the toast comes out perfectly fine. I did give it 3 stars.)
Cons as a toaster oven:
-- You cannot set the temperature.
-- The timer dial maxes out at 15 minutes and turning that dial is the only way to switch the oven on. So even for fish sticks that need 20 minutes, you have to go back and re-set it for 5 extra minutes. (As for baking a small loaf of banana bread...forget about it. Anyway, the loaf pan wouldn't fit. See next point.)
-- The shelves are too small to fit a large slice of pizza, you have to fiddle with the slice to fit it in.
So it's not really an oven at all, just a toaster into which you can put things horizontally.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this in 2001 and I am still using it. It is not for cooking large items. I am looking to buy a new one.Published 5 months ago by katie wilson
We needed a toaster to fit in an awkward location on our counter. This was the only one I found and we were very happy that it has been great all these years!Published 12 months ago by M. Norris
I love this toaster oven. It takes up very little space on my kitchen counter & toasts efficiently & quickly. Read morePublished on May 31, 2013 by Joan Rich
I love my Sanyo toaster. I had another smaller one for years before this one. I loved it so much for the design I bought another when the previous one was getting too old to use.Published on August 22, 2011 by ACE
Almost impossible to clean. Grid shelves cover the areas preventing easy cleaning of crumbs when door opens.
No temperature control.
bought this item for my boyfriend because his apartment is small and he needed a toaster oven. we've only used it less than a handful of times to make toast and warm up waffles,... Read morePublished on January 9, 2011 by lindsey b