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Toaster And Toaster Ovens

Updated on December 2, 2010

Ol’ toaster and toaster ovens have the same basic functions but they have a great deal of differences- differences that mostly consumers overlook when they buy their own toaster or toaster ovens.

Ol’ Toaster:

  • Comes in 2-slice or 4 slice models
  • Wide slots for thick breads/ bagel toaster setting
  • Good for small budget and need
  • Good for a simple sliced toasted bread during mornings
  • If you don’t have much space in your kitchen. It’ll be too difficult to move around if you have narrow space in the kitchen.
  • If you desire to make of ease of your morning breakfast
  • If you want to conveniently toast your bread in minutes

Toaster Ovens:

  • Consumes too much space. If you have enough or a wide space at home then you might consider having toaster ovens.
  • Can be very handy in heating frozen meals
  • It can toast bread but somewhat makes it time consuming since you still have to flip the bread to toast the other side
  • More full-featured and come with various roasting and browning functions to meet varieties of cooking needs
  • Much more costly than Ol’ toaster
  • Requires less energy than range ovens
  • Can be very functional for breakfasts, lunches and snacks

These are the differences of an Ol’ Toaster and a toaster oven. Weigh carefully which works best for you before buying the product. This not only applies to toasters but also to other kind of appliances and products.

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