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Sanyo SK-7S Space Saving Toasty Oven, Silver

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  • Silver
  • 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


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 11.1 x 10.2 inches ; 6.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00006JL02
  • Item model number: SK-7S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #173,089 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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With the high expense of electricity, it can be costly to turn on a full-size oven for quick toasting and browning tasks. This toaster oven is a simple answer to keep electrical costs down. Use it for toasting bagels that don't always fit in a conventional toaster, or for melting cheese over a favorite sandwich. It can even be used for browning the tops of individual meringue tarts. Standing 13 inches high by 9 inches wide by 8-1/2 inches deep (including the handles), it obviously doesn't require too much counter space. It lets you select the specific elements--there are three: bottom, middle, and top--needed for a particular task. The oven also comes with a 15-minute safety auto shut-off, which is helpful for the busy and easily distracted teenager who maybe preparing their own after school snack. As a precaution, the oven should always be unplugged from the power source when it's not in use or when it's being cleaned. --Teresa Simanton

Product Description

Sanyo Consumer Silver Toaster OvenTwo level toaster oven in silver

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Customer Reviews

Bagels, muffins & toast get done quickly.
Joan Rich
I wanted a small toaster oven that has great performance to fit in a small space on my kitchen counter.
Designer Girl
I like it because it's very compact, tall rather than wide, and looks good in my retro kitchen.
Mac in NYC

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

118 of 124 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 2, 2003
Color Name: Silver
We bought this toaster oven from Amazon about 6 months ago. We were looking for something that could handle more than a standard toaster but not as complex as a lot of the other toaster ovens (which could practically replace your full sized oven). This space saving design looked ideal. My initial disappointment came when I realized that there wasn't any temperature setting, just settings to specify how many of the heating elements you want used. Granted, this was probably somewhere in the description and I just failed to absorb that, but it just seems that a toaster oven should have more precise temperature settings. Nonetheless, if you work with it you can sort out how long to cook small items (e.g. french fries) and it does toast very well. But, I have to give it a low rating because the elements only intermittently turn on after only 6 months of low level use. Spend your money more wisely on a traditionally, high rated brand rather than this model which was a great concept that just does not perform.
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60 of 61 people found the following review helpful By J. Manly VINE VOICE on January 18, 2007
Color Name: Silver
At 950 watts and with a footprint of less than 1 sq ft, this is especially suited for a studio apartment or for a kitchen with limited counter space and a limited number of electric circuits. It's also a true gem to put in a guestroom breakfast bar, or a vacation cottage, if you are lucky enough to have either one. It works well for an elderly relative in assisted living. (Contrary to what the technical specifications state, this appliance does have an automatic shut-off feature. The timer shuts off after 15 minutes.)

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.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 9, 2003
Color Name: Silver
Innovative out of the box design...good quality (so far), this new generation toaster oven exceeds my expectations. This "Super Toasty - Bagel Best" does indeed toast bagels excellently as well as bread, etc.
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.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mac in NYC on March 5, 2006
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
These days, it's hard finding a simple toaster oven. Most of them are huge, have convection capability and complicated digital displays, etc. Not the Sanyo Toasty. I like it because it's very compact, tall rather than wide, and looks good in my retro kitchen. My husband, on the other hand, thinks it looks like something your dentist would use to sterilize drill bits, but he's getting used to the Toasty's offbeat design. It toasts bread and bagels just fine. Yes, there's no heat setting and others have complained about that. That drawback doesn't bother me. As long as you're not looking to heat up large or long items, the Toasty is fine.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M. OBoyle on January 14, 2003
Color Name: Silver
Good looking, compact, fine for toast. However, with no thermostat one can only bake by time, and careful observation. I don't think it should be called a toaster oven, given this deficiency.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Lori L. Graham on October 16, 2005
Color Name: Silver
Our counter space is at a premium, so this was perfect for our kitchen. The darkness setting is a little fidgety (I have to keep an eye on it when I'm toasting), and there's less cooking space, but for the two of us it's fine. I snapped off one of the handles from the first one (they ARE just plastic), but when I went shopping for another type to replace it I didn't find anything else that met our needs.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 17, 2003
Color Name: Silver
I like the size of this toaster oven--it does not take up much counter space. I dislike the slowness of this item for making toast--takes more than twice as long to toast bread as my old toaster did. Also, it is not really a toaster "oven", as it does not have oven temperatures for baking. It seems to be designed mainly for toasting or heating things up.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Maya Saran on August 15, 2008
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We don't have a lot of counter space and we used our old toaster oven mainly for toast. So when replacing it I considered getting a regular toaster. Still, it's nice to be able to reheat pizza or fix fish sticks in a handy little toaster oven. Then I saw this one -- it has a small footprint! It gets great reviews! Can 42 people be wrong? So I got it, and I was keen to like it too. But here's the low-down -- my list of pros and cons, when compared to a regular toaster oven or toaster.

Pros:
-- 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.
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