Ever think about investing in a toaster or a toaster oven but are unsure which one is the most compatible? While there is no definite answer to this question, I am going to review some pros and cons to help you decide which one to go with. Side note, the majority of consumers prefer a toaster oven although it takes up more space on your counter it can not only perform the same function as a toaster but also function as a “mini oven”. Here, we’ll delve into the good and bad of a Toaster Vs Toaster Oven
The toaster oven, since debuting in 1926, has evolved over the years; the majority nowadays have multiple different modes to use. These can include, but are not limited to, air fry, air cook, prepare, bagel, toast and many more. They have a wider slot now for muffin tops and certain breads
On the other hand a toaster is much more basic, a classic toaster has a box shape with two slots at the top for toasting bread. While it has not evolved much over the years there have been more color types introduced and some toasters have four slots at the top.
Pros and Cons of Toaster Oven
Pricing: Toaster vs Toaster Oven
Prices can vary for a toaster oven, some more modern and up-to-date ones can have a price range of $250 to $500. In reality, the majority of consumers are just looking to purchase one that does the basic job, these can range from $20 to $50. It’s all up to you how much you’re willing to pay, what you put in is what you will get out.
Pros and Cons of a Toaster
Prices of toasters
Unlike toaster ovens, basic toasters are very cheap and don’t range much when it comes to price. A basic two slot toaster can go from $10-$20, ones that may have 4 slots can range from $30-$50 but still moderately inexpensive.
Toaster Vs Toaster Oven Conclusion
I think what will really sell you on which one is what you’re looking to use it for. You can consider what kind of foods you typically eat, if you’re only looking to toast bread, a toaster will satisfy your needs. For me, I have both and use both. I prefer a regular toaster when I’m running late to school or work and need to toast a quick bagel before leaving. But if I’m ever reheating food or breads that are too big to fit in a regular toast I use the same old toaster that it feels like we’ve had forever in our household.
Written by Keri-Anne Slevin
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