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Sanyo SK-VF7S Stainless-Steel Digital Convection Oven

by Sanyo

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  • 1350-watt 4-slice digital convection oven cooks, bakes, toasts, and reheats
  • Full-width top and bottom quartz heaters and twin convection inlets for even heating
  • 5 temperature settings; adjustable toast-shade control; 40-minute timer
  • Removable easy-to-clean oven rack and non-stick crumb tray
  • Measures 15-3/4 by 9 by 12-1/2 inches
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Product Description

A versatile cooking unit with space saving design, this Sanyo digital convection oven is powerful and stylish. A powerful 1350 Watts with two full width top and bottom quartz heaters cook a variety of foods. In addition, twin convection inlets provide rapid and even heat distribution to bake your favorites. The attractive stainless steel finish and small footprint uses less counterspace than your typical toaster oven. The easy to use keypad has one touch features for toasting fresh or frozen bread. The adjustable shade control can be set to your liking. 5 temperature controls are easily set for oven cooking temperatures from 180 - 470 degrees. A 40 minute digital dial timer has lighted countdown indicators and can be continually adjusted. The 10 inch wide oven rack will hold 4 slices of pizza or a 10-inch pizza. Includes a non-stick oven tray, crumb tray, bilingual instruction manual and recipe guide.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 14.2 x 11.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000260JLC
  • Item model number: SK-VF7S
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (276 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #242,557 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

The stainless steel look is very nice.
L. Gold
Base on the companies unwillingness to replace or take responsibility for a faulty appliance, I would recommend staying away from buying Sanyo products.
Brian S.
It cooks toast and bagels great but I've also made salmon, ginger bread, chicken and frozen pizza.
E. Barnhart

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

464 of 466 people found the following review helpful By Grouchy Grunt on December 28, 2004
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I wanted to get a toaster oven for years after our previous one gave up the spirit a few years ago. But I just could not justify spending $30-40 for the usual low budget half-made-of-plastic affairs that are designed to fall apart in a year. This one seemed to be better made, and the convection feature appeared to make sense, so I took a chance. I never owned any kitchen appliances made by Sanyo before.

I was afraid the stainless steel finish would not be very convincing, but this device actually looks quite stylish, much better than the run of the mill white appliances in my kitchen. It is compact, both inside and out. You will not be roasting a whole chicken in this one. Two cornish hens would be about the max you could stuff in it.

It does make good toasts, and since all it takes is to push a button, the process is very simple. It is great for baking smaller amounts of food, like fish sticks, chicken breast fillets, french fries etc. without having to resort to our full size oven. Coupled with the fact that it heats up a lot faster also, you can save about 30-35 percent off the cooking time, which is nice.

I was somewhat confused by the controls at first, because they advertise this as a digitally controlled oven, and yet there is a prominent "timer wheel" on the control panel. This almost made me not order it, because I have had plenty of negative experiences with clock mechanism based timers that were difficult to set, would make a constant annoying ticking sound, and would be almost impossible to reset or stop before the time was up. They also tended to break fairly easily. This oven does have a digital control, only it does not consist of the usual timer display. You set the timer wheel to the length of time desired, and then push the start button.
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229 of 237 people found the following review helpful By H. Merten on February 2, 2005
After 15 years our old Delongi toaster oven gave up. We wanted something of higher quality and after much searching settled on the Sanyo SK-VF75. I searched to find one at $50 like some of the previous reviewers, but could not find one and ended up paying $79 plus shipping.

The unit we received had a factory assembly defect, the right side panel had not been properly installed. A bump or kink was clearly visible along the top right edge and the crimping to the back pannel was all mangled. In addition to that the left side of the door handle was pushed in causing a misalignmnet of the door which protruded about 1/8 inch above the top panel. Inspite of these problems my wife still liked the oven and we are returning it for an undamaged one.

Although I had seen some close-ups of this oven, there was one feature that was not discernible. About half way into the oven, the top inside surface breaks down at a 45 degree angle to accomodate some of the convection features. This will severely resrict what you can put in it and still close the door. True, a 10 inch pizza will fit, but if it is a deep dish pizza or any other dish that is more than 1/2 inch high at the back edge, it will bump into the slanted inside back panel and not allow you to close the door.
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136 of 140 people found the following review helpful By mixed-berry on October 8, 2004
I recently purcahsed this oven...not from Amazon....but from an online auction website. This is a great toaster oven. It is not the biggest but is great if you need a space saver and want to toast something more than a slice of bread.

The instructions are easy to follow. Now when it says that the first time you use the oven smoke may appear and that the unit may emit an odor. I was expecting something huge but the odor was slight and no smoke appeared. And the odor did not fill up the entire kitchen.

The first thing I made was a Mrs Smith's small cobbler and it turned out great. It cooked about the time it said on the box and turned a nice golden brown. I like the door handle. It pulls down from the top and stays there. Its a nice way to let your food cool before taking it to the table, shelf, etc. The baking tray and rack are easy to take out. As for cleaning a little of the filling came out onto the tray and came off very easily.

I would recommend this oven to anyone who wants a quality oven thats not going to fall apart after the first use. Its stainless steel look is quite stylish and is better than any of the plastic ones I've seen in the stores.

All that being said, I got mine for $50. I wouldn't pay $89 for it but that's just me. For $89 I think it should be bigger.
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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Charles G. VINE VOICE on July 7, 2007
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We've owned this toaster oven for a year, and we use it as a real oven in a small office of gourmet cooks. We do everything from baking bread and muffins in it, to making casseroles, to frozen pizzas to bagels. It isn't perfect, but it's better than most.

Advantages: 1) it's insanely small. If you only have the amount of space it takes up, you won't be disappointed. Not only is it not very wide, it isn't very tall. So it will fit in some very tight spaces, which is a limitation we have; 2) it's well built 3) it has an automatic shutoff, so if someone is using it and forgets about it, it will shut itself off, which for us is a necessary safety feature; 4) it's very easy to use. Turn the timer knob, press the button until the desired temperature (it just cycles through the 5 available temps with each press of the button) shows up on the display and it starts and stops on its own; 5) the tray slides out when you open the door - for both convenience and safety; 6) It doesn't use much power: with only 1350 watts instead of the usual 1600, we can run the microwave and this oven on the same circuit and it never blows the breaker.

Now for the negatives: 1) the small size means it won't hold very much - a trade off we're willing to make, and it heats up relatively fast for the limited power it draws, again because if it's small size; 2) the diagonally down sloping top means it doesn't heat evenly - one side will burn while the other side is undercooked. You have to keep turning the food or put foil over the bread; 3) one way they got it so small was to not use very much insulation: it gets very hot, again, a trade off we are OK with; but 4) the highest temperature it gets to is 350.
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