Coffee Pro OG20 Toaster OvenToasters & Toaster Ovens
16" x 12" x 10" - (1) Rack - (1) Tray - White - View Complete Details
Product Number: CFPOG20
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Coffee Pro OG20 Toaster Oven - Toaster oven bakes, broils and toasts in the included nonstick, Teflon-coated oven pan. Oven features temperature-timer controls, ready chime, two-prong 3' cord, adjustable cook rack, and crumb tray. Metal housing has a powder-coated finish. U.L. listed.View Product Specs
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Comments about Coffee Pro OG20 Toaster Oven:
It's too early to give a proper review of this toaster oven, but I wanted to give others an idea of it.
The toaster is described as made by Coffee Pro, when in fact, it has stamped on it, Original Gourmet. Instruction Manual states, "Coffee Pro (A Division of Original Gourmet) web page is ogfc dot net.
It does not come with a three-prong cord, nor is it 3 ft. long. It is 2 ft. long polarized plug cord. The manufacturer states:
"A) A short power cord is to be provided to reduce the risk resulting from becoming entangled in tripping over a long cord", and mentions a longer cord may be used as long as it matches or is greater than the electrical appliance, and to make sure to not drape it over areas where someone might pull it down or get caught in it.
It is an appealing white color with plastic handles on lower sides to lift it. The glass front is flat and has a white plastic handle on door, and not the sturdiest handle I have seen. The interior baking compartment measures 12" wide x 10"deep x by approximately 8" high, perfect for toasting larger homemade bread or baking a pan of six biscuits. The heating rod elements are different than what I am used to, as they are high-temp. glass and are not fixed, but can be rotated. There are splatter guarders over both the two top and two bottom heating elements. My last oven had none, and another one we had only had these guards on the bottom elements. The manual states they are self-cleaning, and to not wipe them to clean them.
Getting the crumb tray to open was not a simple feat. Again, the manual states, "To clean out the crumb door, simply lift the unit backwards and pull down on the 'crumb drop' on counter top." Well, the crumb drop must be the two metal tabs that go through two metal slits. These metal tabs are attached to the crumb tray and the metal slits to the unit. The metal tabs are thin metal and I could barely pull the right tab down, but the left one was impossible, even using a pair of flat-nose pliers did not pull it down. The tab and slit is too tight a fit. It could have been an easy solution to this if the designers had just tested this and ask themselves, "Would I buy this?" before putting it on the market.
Over-all impressions of quality and workmanship is that this is more of a thirty-five dollar unit than a sixty or eighty dollar unit.
I did test bake by baking a batch of self-rising flour biscuits. I could bake six or seven at a time. I allowed unit to heat up at 450 deg. F. for 15 minutes and put them on the lower rack. They didn't rise as fast as my old toaster oven that had convection heating and rod-type heating elements, but they baked evenly, and I did not have to turn the pan half-way through baking like I did my old toaster oven, which had hot spots. It took about 20 minutes to bake the first batch, and 15 minutes the second batch. The bottom browned quicker than the top, but I did try and turn from Bake to Toast for part of the baking time to turn the top elements on for a couple of minutes to brown the tops quicker to catch up with the browning of the bottoms. I don't think it got up to 450 deg. F., more like 350 deg. F.
At this point of ownership, I would recommend it, but time will tell after a year passes. I will be very impressed if the Timer Dial lasts two years as it died on my old unit and was too costly to repair. The good thing about this unit is it does toast bread, and not dry it out and make croutons like my old unit did that had a convection fan on it.
This model comes with a 90 day warranty from date of purchase, and you must contact them to obtain warranty service at their phone number or website. The warranty does not cover the cord set or any glass parts of the product.
Service and delivery comments:
This was ordered on a Thursday and arrived via UPS the next afternoon. That was fast! We live in the central mid-south.
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Q:Is the crumb tray completely removable or is it permanantly hinged to the appliance?Asked on 6/10/2011 by Anonymous
Q:what are the dimensions?Asked on 5/12/2011 by Anonymous
A:The dimensions of the OG20 Toaster Oven are 10" Height x 16" Width x 12" Depth.Answered on 5/13/2011 by Adam
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