Jarden Consumer Solutions chose to call the Oster TSSTTVXLDG by a weird name. Why is known only to their marketing department. They’re actually lucky, though. This toaster oven is good enough that buyers will make the effort to remember it.
I might have finally found my favorite small toaster oven for this year: the Cuisinart TOB-40. Dial controls, ample power, and many convenience features only begin to say why. There are a couple of caveats to that praise, however.
The NB-G110P, as the Panasonic FlashXpress is formally known, doesn’t look all that different from a normal toaster oven. It’s attractive but you wouldn’t guess just by looking that something unusual lurks within its silver exterior. This toaster oven offers technology that puts it about halfway between a microwave oven and a traditional unit.
The Breville BOV450XL might be misnamed. It’s not really Xtra Large. Unless, maybe, they were referring to the variety of its features and the excellence of its quality. There, it would be hard to argue against.
The Breville BOV650XL toaster oven is intended to be the Goldilocks version – not too big not too small. Whether that’s true or not depends, of course, on your needs. But the features will certainly suit anyone.
The Breville BOV800XL is the big boy in the company’s lineup of “smart” toaster ovens. Fortunately, it’s got a lot more going for it than just size. And, what does “smart” really mean when applied to an appliance, after all? Let’s see.