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1. Toastmaster 7093S Convection Oven
$34.99 $34.71 list($39.99)
2. Toastmaster 6432 Eclipse Double
$21.99 list($24.95)
3. Toastmaster 6431 Eclipse Single
$44.99 list($49.99)
4. Toastmaster RST6 Roaster Oven
5. Toastmaster TTOB4RL 4-Slice Toaster
$129.99 list($99.99)
6. Toastmaster TUV48 Ultravection
7. Toastmaster 7056 Convection Oven
8. Toastmaster RST18 18-Quart Roaster

1. Toastmaster 7093S Convection Oven
list price: $139.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B000063XGM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Toastmaster
Sales Rank: 4261
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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With a .9-cubic-foot interior, this big countertop convectionoven has room for a 10-pound turkey, a large roast beef, or two loavesof bread. Because it circulates hot air, the 1,320-watt oven cooksfaster and more uniformly than a conventional oven. Besides roastingand baking, the oven also offers options for broiling and slow cooking.A dial adjusts the temperature from 200 to 450 degrees F. There's alsoa two-hour timer and an interior light. For easy cleaning, the interioris nonstick and the glass door comes off for scrubbing in the sink.With a contemporary brushed-chrome housing, the oven looks great in thekitchen. Accompanying the oven are a chrome baking pan with broilinsert and a rack that slides into three positions inside. The ovenmeasures 21-1/4 inches wide, 13 inches high, and 14-1/4 inches deep andcarries a one-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more


  • Brushed chrome housing; chrome baking pan with broil insert included
  • 0.9-cubic-foot interior accommodates 10-pound turkey, two loaves of bread
  • Offers three cooking methods: bake/roast, broil, slow-cook
  • 2-hour timer; temperature control to 450 degrees F; interior light
  • Nonstick interior, removable door for easy cleaning

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars Too Noisy and Vibrates!
The only thing this stove has going for it is its looks. When it starts to heat up it begins to make noise and vibrates. The noise is so loud that if someone is whispering next to you, you might barely hear them. The noise and vibration, I assume, is coming from the stamped fan. In fact, it vibrated so much the inside pan scraped away clean the teflon coating where it slides in and out of the oven after only a couple of hours use!

I talked to customer support at Salton and they told me its suppose to make noise to show you it's working. Of course, I didn't buy that!

The timer was off by 5 minutes. I don't know if this was done intentionally or not to allow for warm up. (It needs 10 minutes), thus the 5 minute would be the "sweet" spot. None of this is mentioned in the manual, of course. So, it could just be a lousy timer.

The construction of the stove was put together well, but its cookie-cutter stamped construction was obvious all over! In fact, it arrived with the oven door mounted crooked. I simply lifted up the door and with a little up-twist realigned it by "eyeing" it up and amazingly it stayed aligned after that!

Cooking: it cooked a sweet potato very nice. Frozen pizzas and TV dinners didn't fare too well. After following cooking intructions on the boxes, they came out only warm and not piping hot. It looks like the fan in the oven blows very hard and actually helps cool the cooking!!! This is not a true convection with a third heating element inside. It's just a stamped fan circulating hot air around to the inside of the oven.

The other reviews didn't mention the noise. Unless this was a defective unit, I would take the other reviews with a grain of salt.

UP LINE: Handsome, clean, stainless steel looks.
BOTTOM LINE: Too noisy, timer is off, ineffective convection.

5-0 out of 5 stars I don't use regular oven much.
I have used this oven pretty extensively over last year and a half, to the point that I am not using regural oven much anymore. It has taken over most of my cooking duties that are not served by microwave. Unlike some other people who had reviewed it, I have not experienced any mechanical problems. Oven is pretty easy to clean too.

For what I need it, the oven cooks pretty well. The food comes out well cooked, usually in less time than is recommended by the recipe. I wish it was a little bigger, like my previous convection oven from Sharp, but then it is only about $100 whereas the old one was about $300. I don't think I can get another oven in this price range that could be used for nearly the same variety of dishes as this one.

My parents own one of these as well and use it extensively too. They used to own a previous generation of this oven and when it finally broke after a long time, they got this one. And from what they tell me, they are pretty happy with it, so when this oven breaks, they are probably going to get another one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Daily kitchen workhorse
I have an older version of this oven. I've used mine daily for over seven years, for everything from chocolate chip cookies to our Thanksgiving turkey. I haven't used my main oven in years.

It's large enough to accomodate a standard cookie sheet, but just barely, so you have to make sure the "handles" on the side of the sheet don't project out too far. It's better to use a smaller pan, so the fan-driven air can circulate freely.

On the down side, the oven exterior does get quite warm, and it can take a while to preheat (about 15-20 minutes to 400 degrees).

It's difficult for me to call out the features of an item that works so well and reliably that I've come to take it for granted. I'd have a hard time adjusting to cooking without it.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is Terriffic Quaity Timesaver
I've had mine for 6 months now and I think it's a terriffic product. No, it hasn't blown up, disintigrated or failed in any way. It works just like I thought it would. I have it in a home I lease in Florida where I'm usually cooking regularly for a small number of people. Using my full-sized oven does no better job, is much slower and very energy wasteful compared to using this little gem.

The sides do get hot like any spacesaving device does. I imagine you could pay more for an insulated one that would be a super caddy.... but, why? This works just fine.

I thought the final fit/finish wasn't of superior craftmanship but for the price, this large size convection oven has no peer.

I would recommend it to those on a budget or for those Scotch at heart like me.

Thanks toastmaster for a fine quality made oven that fit my budget.... cooks as advertised.... is free from defects.... and is an attractive addition to my kitchen.

Oh, I only wish it came with a cooking basket for frech-fries and veggies etc. This would be a handy addion or accessory that I've been searching for on the net.... but, have not been able to find one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice gift
I selected this item as a company-supplied gift. It was in an online employee catalog.

I'm very happy with it so far. Hey. Free is always better then cheap! (This is not cheap, however). Anyway, it works great and looks great. It's pretty easy to clean too.

Note I use it casually (1-2 times/week). Nice extra heat source. The oven is big enough to help create an extra dish when the kitchen oven and the microwave/convection oven are full for when you have company.

I use it mostly for frozen pizzas and reheating roasted or baked foods. Convection heat is much more desirable than microwave heat for reheating roasted foods like meat and poultry.

Yes. You must expect the surface of a steel oven, especially a toaster oven, to get hot. Otherwise don't get or use one.

I keep mine on a cart in my home office out of the way of toddler's hands. One time, I got creative and used the oven to fire up some left over slices from the St. Pat's day corn beef feast! Nice aroma. Tasty juices came to the surface. Nice ConCall lunch. ...I added a touch of horse radish sauce to the result, and it was a nice surpise. ... Read more

2. Toastmaster 6432 Eclipse Double Burner
list price: $39.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00005B6YS
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Toastmaster
Sales Rank: 2023
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Excellent for buffets or cooking at the office, campground, or workshop, this portable two-burner cooking range delivers 1,500 watts of power and looks great. A separate control adjusts each burner's heat so two foods can be cooked simultaneously at different temperatures. (Cook linguine on one burner, simmer pesto-cream sauce on the other.) The burners are solid disks for easy cleanup and measure 7-5/8 and 5-5/8 inches in diameter. Overall, the appliance is 19 inches wide by 11-1/2 inches deep by 3 inches high. The exterior is black metal, and the double burner carries a one-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more


  • 1500 watts; 19 by 11-1/2 by 3 inches overall
  • Perfect for buffets or cooking at office, campground, or workshop
  • Burners measure 7-5/8 and 5-5/8 inches in diameter
  • Each burner has separate adjustable heat control
  • Burners are solid disks for easy cleanup

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good little Burner
I bought one of these in 2001 and it broke in 2002 but I still consider worthy of another try. It is a compact and good little burner. It wont set any records in heating up times, takes about 10 minutes to boil but it gets the job done.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great for me
I liked the single burner version of this so much that I bought the double burner. I used the single burner as an adjunct to my gas stovetop. It worked consistently well with regular use for the last two and a half years. (It still works fine!) I've had the double version for six months and it is still working like a charm. The range of heat choices is particularly nice. Once you know what works with a particular dish, it becomes pretty foolproof.

It's nice for family gatherings where cook space is limited. Also, the lowest settings are great for buffets.

I was drawn to the design, and it doesn't disappoint. It's very streamline, with smooth cook surfaces unlike the older models with the electric coil exposed.

4-0 out of 5 stars Working for over 2 years
I have had this unit for over 2 years and everything still works just as good as the day I bought it. I use it as my only stove almost daily as I live in a basement apartment. The only problem I have with it is that it takes a while to heat to the point of boiling but once there it stays hot.

1-0 out of 5 stars Large Burner Failed
Large burner failed after about 12 months use. I opened it up the wire between the plug and the resistor had burned. Not only is it broken, it is a fire hazard. I lost all the paperwork that came with it and I probably voided the warranty by opening it. I think I can fix it but I am not going to risk a fire, so I will try another brand.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very disappointed
But by the looks of the other reviews here, I guess I did better than most. It took mine 11 months to break. Worked great (slow to heat up, but that's okay), until yesterday when it started to smell and then smoke came pouring out. After reading other comments I can see it's not worth trying to get it fixed. Now I'll need to buy another hotplate, but it definitely won't be a Toastmaster. I will never buy a Toastmaster product again. For the $40 I paid, it should have lasted a lot longer than 11 months. Don't waste your money. ... Read more

3. Toastmaster 6431 Eclipse Single Burner
list price: $24.95
our price: $21.99
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Asin: B00005B6YR
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Toastmaster
Sales Rank: 3662
Average Customer Review: 2.81 out of 5 stars
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For the buffet line or dining table, in the office or workshop, thiscompact electric burner is ideal for warming a pot of soup, cooking scrambledeggs or a stew, or for keeping a vegetable curry hot while guests helpthemselves. Measuring just 10-1/2 inches wide and 10 inches deep, the burner hasa 7-1/2-inch-diameter solid heating disk that's sealed for easy cleaning. With1,200 watts of power and a nine-setting thermostat, its ample size works for anystovetop cooking task. Plus the metal housing is bright and durable. The unitcarries a one-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more


  • Measures 10-1/2 inches wide and 10 inches deep
  • Compact design perfect for buffet, dining table, office, workshop
  • Easy-cleaning sealed, solid heating disk 7-1/2 inches in diameter
  • 1000 watts, 6-setting thermostat
  • Durable metal housing

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars A good 2-3 month investment
After reading some of the reviews for this I was skeptical, but knowing that you always hear more complaints than praise, thought I'd give it a shot. I'm a college student and was looking for an easy, inexpensive way to cook in my dorm. And for the most part, this was perfect.

It's nice and small, so storage wasn't a problem. The first couple times you use it, there's a weird smell like something's burning, but I'll assume that's normal. It doesn't heat very quickly, but once it's heated it takes a while to cool back down. Having it on high then turning down to low doesn't have much of an affect, at least not for a few minutes. But if you're just boiling pasta or heating soup, it's all good. The entire thing gets really hot when cooking, so it has to sit a good 30 minutes or so before you can deal with it again.

But this morning it stopped working. I've had it for about 2 1/2 months, and it worked perfectly up until now. I used it about 2 to 4 times a week. I haven't dunked it in water or anything, it just won't turn on. I just wish it hadn't died right before finals.

All that said, was it worth the investment? Sure. But that's up to you. If you need something for a couple months, this is absolutely perfect, but if you're looking for a long term investment, look elsewhere, or just buy one every few months.

2-0 out of 5 stars poor quality, danger of shock or electrical fire
The Toastmaster 6431 does not have an Underwriters Lab label, which would make anyone hesitate before buying it. The Underwriters Lab endorsement (a "UL" logo) indicates that the electrical product is properly designed and constructed so that it is safe. We found the product online, where there was no info about the UL status of the product.
The first thing that broke was the temperature control. We fixed that by oiling the screw whose in-out motion controls the heat setting.
The more serious problems emerged when the fuse blew. We looked inside and discovered overheated wires with partially-melted insulation. This condition could cause both an electrical shock to the user and an electrical fire that could burn down a house.
Toastmaster makes another hot plate (model TTS1) which does have an Underwriters Lab endorsement. We bought one today, and we hope that it will work safely until after the end of our kitchen remodelling project.

2-0 out of 5 stars Just why does it burn out??
I've loved my little hotplate for 3 months, but it died. Froze the temp control at the time of death. Up until then I was very happy except for trying to boil large pots... never got there, and on frozen stirfry it has a hard time coming back after you add the frozen veggies... but ALL of the reviews are accurate, the high ratings just haven't used it enough times for it to burn out.. looks like anywhere from 50 to 100 uses, depending on how often you turn it all the way up. Highly recommended for a temporary use while on vacation or broken stove... now to try to get some warranty help!

1-0 out of 5 stars Foul Smell
I've had this burner for two months, now. The smell it emits is really bothersome. It's sort of a burning chemical smell. It really never got better with use, although it got a little bit better. But it is still a strong smell which is unacceptable.

The burner takes a long time to heat up. It takes about twenty minutes just to boil water in a 3 qt. saucepan.

On the plus side, it is a good looking burner. The new rubber top with concentric rings is something I've never seen before. Cleanup is easy.

If I could do it all over again, I would never buy this. I thought I was buying one of those solid cooktops that is metallic. Instead, there is this rubber type surface which emits a chemical smell on every use.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice for a dorm
My roommate and I have had this burner for about a month, and we love it. It's a great item to add to our dorm contraband, since technically, we probably are not supposed to have it here. It cooks well, even though as someone else pointed out, it takes a while to heat up. It also has a funny smell sometimes, but that might be normal. It's a great size and fits really well under my bed. I consider it a necessity for my life, because one simply cannot live on college food! In fact, we call one of our dining options, Buckeye Express, "Buck Yuck". It's great to be able to have more food options, as well as healthier food options. ... Read more

4. Toastmaster RST6 Roaster Oven
list price: $49.99
our price: $44.99
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Asin: B000063XGT
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Toastmaster
Sales Rank: 141765
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  • 750 watts
  • Extra-tall domed lid for self-basting, moister cooking
  • Removable, immersible, porcelain enamel liner
  • Even-heat technology for consistent cooking
  • Removable roasting rack with handles

5. Toastmaster TTOB4RL 4-Slice Toaster Oven with Removable Liner
list price: $98.99
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Asin: B00004R92D
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Toastmaster
Sales Rank: 10854
Average Customer Review: 1.58 out of 5 stars
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  • Measures 9 by 12 by 15 inches
  • Large--accommodates 4 slices of toast, a 5-pound chicken, or a 9-inch pie shell
  • Bakes, broils, toasts, defrosts, and top browns
  • Cool wall exterior; 2-hour timer
  • Accessories include wire rack, enamel bake/broil pan, and broil insert

Reviews (19)

1-0 out of 5 stars Toastmaster? That's a joke!
I have one of these. It burns everything I try to toast - even on the LOWEST setting. I have to stand there and monitor everything I put in it. Get another brand. Any other brand. Toastmaster should be ashamed of itself.

5-0 out of 5 stars convenience cleaning
best part of this toaster is how it can clean. just pick up interior removable liner and rinse it or clean with wet paper towel and
it is good as new and has 2 hour timer which makes perfect for
long cooking or broiling.Best buy.

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY THIS!
We were given this toaster as a wedding gift 1.5 years ago when it was priced at about $75 at Macy's. IT BURNS EVERYTHING on the lowest setting. The GLUE holding the handle to the glass door MELTS EVERYTIME I turn the toaster on and the handle pops off when I go to take my CHARRED food out of it. The black paint trim and the white "Toastmaster" logo wipes right off when you go to clean the front of the glass door. I guess the company doesn't want you to remember who made such a poor product!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Read all the reviews!
The Toastmaster is VERY dangerous! Please read over all the reviews! I honestly don't know how this thing is still for sale. It burns things so quickly that its easy to accidentally start a fire. The one I had didn't explode, but I only used it a few times! This appliance is dangerous and I do NOT recommend buying it at all! I destroyed mine, then threw it away. Do not buy this product!

5-0 out of 5 stars A-mazing
This thing is freakin awesome! I think i'm going to get it for my friend matt mcfarland. Thank you Toastmaster!!! :) ... Read more

6. Toastmaster TUV48 Ultravection Oven
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005B6YQ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Toastmaster
Sales Rank: 21534
Average Customer Review: 3.56 out of 5 stars
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Great for a family on the go, this 21st-century appliance combines convection, radiant, and conduction heating for super-fast cooking. French fries, pizza, and chicken nuggets heat up in just eight minutes, chicken wings in 10, and cinnamon rolls in only four. Key to the speed is an 11-by-8-1/4-inch wire basket that holds the food and permits the convection fan to circulate air completely around it. Foods that are normally deep-fried--like french fries and chicken wings--emerge crisp and flavorful. Steaks, hamburgers, and fish cook in minutes without oil. An electronic control panel includes crisping and browning options. (One caution: the outside of the oven heats up during operation.) For cleaning ease, the basket and drip tray are dishwasher-safe. An instruction booklet offers recipes and cooking-time guides for fresh and frozen foods. The 1,400-watt oven measures 18-1/2 inches wide, 11-1/4 inches high, and 12 inches deep and carries a one-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more


  • 1400 watts; 18-1/2 inches wide, 11-1/4 inches high, 12 inches deep
  • Combines convection, radiant, conduction heating for super-fast cooking
  • French fries, pizza, chicken nuggets in just eight minutes
  • No-oil, fat-free cooking of fresh steaks, seafood, burgers
  • Foods cook in removable basket; basket, drip tray dishwasher-safe

Reviews (50)

4-0 out of 5 stars In a hurry? The Ultravection Oven is the answer!
I purchased the Ultravection oven after watching the infomercial several times. I was intrigued by the design and the price seemed more than reasonable. Having used it for several months, I can say the following: 1. For frozen foods and snacks, it is invaluable. It cooks the food perfectly in a fraction of the time required with more conventional methods. 2. With three heat settings and a programmable timer, you can experiment with your food to get the necessary doneness and browning. 3. Cleanup can be a pain, especially with fresh meats. However, I wait until the oven is cool and then spray a little Simple Green, wait a minute and wipe clean with paper towels. I also line the drip tray with foil, a technique suggested in an earlier review. 4. Toasting bread is better done with a toaster or toaster oven. The Ultravection takes longer to do this as you have to turn the toast over in the basket.

Overall, I really like the Ultravection Oven. It saves time and energy and produces perfectly cooked food. For the price, you can't go wrong and I think you will use it more and more as you experiment with the settings/timer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Makes life easier!
Seeing this item first on an infomercial, I felt it would help to make my life a little easier in the kitchen. Being physically impaired due to neuropathy in my hands and feet, I needed something that would let me cook not only more quickly but also without the dangers of dropping things or burning myself while cooking at the stove. This little oven has proven itself to be just what I needed. Not only does food cook faster, but I never have to defrost anything. From pizza to stuffed chicken breasts, it cooks it all. I even made my son homemade french fries with no oil simply by placing strips of raw potatoe, with seasoning, in the basket and turbo cooking. He loved them! No more greasy food and clean up is a breeze. Makes great hamburgers, steak and even stuffed zucchini. I highly recommend this item and the price is very good at I even got free shipping! What a deal!!


5-0 out of 5 stars Love the oven
Bought the oven about a year ago, use it about 4-5 times weekly and love it. Chicken, steak, pork chops, fries, sausages; they all come out perfect. Wife loves it too. In-laws are here and are very interested in purchasing one. I haven't had any of the problems other reviewers have had other than the smoke. But I got over that. Great Oven!

3-0 out of 5 stars Ultravection oven by Toastmaster
I bought one -- loved it!!! Amazon offers a very good deal as oppposed to infomercial price. However, a little over a year it began to "misfire' - preheat would not work, then it would, thought the computerized buttons might be off. Finally it died altogether - no buttons would work, might beep if it felt like it but would not heat at all. While I loved the taste of the food it produced as well as the fast time, I feel the product should have a longer life than a little over a year. I don't think I'd buy again because of the lack of longevity, but while it worked it was wonderful - did everything it says it will. ... Read more

7. Toastmaster 7056 Convection Oven
list price: $209.99
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Asin: B000063XGN
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Toastmaster
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  • Brushed stainless steel case, non-stick interior
  • Eight cooking functions with rotisserie
  • Holds 18-pound turkey
  • Eight rack positions and interior light
  • Electronic touch-pad controls and LED display

8. Toastmaster RST18 18-Quart Roaster Oven
list price: $97.99
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Asin: B00004R93G
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Toastmaster
Sales Rank: 72228
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Visualize a perfectly browned turkey or a succulent beef or pork roast--the mouth waters. Then think again: wonderfully steamed or roasted vegetables. Yum. Then stretch the imagination still further: fresh yeast breads or rolls, even cookies, cakes, or brownies. Wow! This versatile roasting pan is a wonderful solution for those times when there's too much to fit in the oven, and can serve as an oven substitute for those who live in a dorm or one-room apartment. It also travels well to a picnic or potluck, keeping foods warm and ready to serve. The inside pan measures just over 17 by 11 by 5-1/2 inches, with an extra-tall domed lid that's large enough to roast up to a 20-pound turkey. Muffins, cakes, and cookies bake in any normal baking pan that fits inside the roasting pan. The pan includes clearly written recipes and an instruction manual in English, French, and Spanish. --Toni Reineke ... Read more


  • Three-year limited warranty
  • Roast a golden turkey, steam veggies, bake breads
  • Porcelain enamel roasting pan and stainless rack
  • Stands 11 inches high, base measures 14-1/2 by 21 inches
  • Weighs 18 pounds, consumes 1425 watts

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