Detalles del Producto
Título del Producto: Black & Decker Toaster Oven Broiler Mounting Hood TMB10
Fabricante: Black & Decker
Power Score: 4.0 | 4 Reviews
Categoría: Electronic Accessories
Clase: (Not Specified)
Opiniones sobre Productos (4)
Love the under-the-cabinet toaster oven- are any available 3/07?
Puntos Fuertes: accessable 24/7 & used for everything that fits, from toast to portions of pizza or fish
Puntos Débiles: can't think of one except maybe user ignorance
I am on my third under-the-cabinet B&D toaster oven, and I was hoping to buy a 4th. I was told that B&D no longer made the under-the-counter style because of possible fires. I understand that some folks are ignorant, but for those of us safety-minded people who are short on counter space -- HELLLLLP. thanks, Joy
Por joygreyer - Mar 10, 2007
tro3200 toaster oven review
The top element burnt out and I was only using the toaster
at the time this happened. The product is only 10 months old. The one we had before this one was B&D as well,but it lasted ten years.
By anonymous; - Nov 13, 2005
Aesthetically pleasing due to...
Puntos Fuertes: Easily mounts Black & Decker TRO3100 under upper cabinets
Puntos Débiles: Requires drilling through base of cabinets.
Aesthetically pleasing due to clean lines. Mounted under upper cabinet with separate TRO3100 toaster oven. I can't comment on what other toaster ovens this mounting hood works with.
Got it on the web for a good deal.
One of the few true toaster ovens that can easily be mounted under cabinets.
Por skupec - May 13, 2005
I had to search and search to find...
Puntos Fuertes: Hard to find under the counter mounts! This one looks very safe!
Puntos Débiles: Had to wait 2 months to receive it; was backordered. Worth the wait!!!!
I had to search and search to find a white toaster oven with a mount. I was thrilled when I found this one!! My husband was concerned about its safety, but he thinks that it really looks nice, as well as safe! I am so glad that the oven mount was offered through PriceGrabber!
Por VickiMiller - Mar 23, 2005