Cookworks Mini Oven £13.29 @ Argos
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Cookworks Mini Oven £13.29 @ Argos

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Found 27th Mar 2010Made hot 27th Mar 2010
White.
1050 - 1300 watts.
10 litre capacity.
Temperature range 70 to 250 degrees.
60 minute timer.
Heat resistant glass door.
Removable shelf rack.
Power indicator.
Size (H)27.5, (W)48, (D)38.3cm.

15 Comments

Think I might get one of these for my work. :thumbsup:

Good Price For This Item, Awesome

[COLOR="Navy"][FONT="Comic Sans MS"]Just reserved one online. They'll keep one for me until close of business on Monday.[/FONT][/COLOR]

Got one when they were on offer for this price last year, great for the caravan & HOT

Do you know if you could do cheese on toast in this (is there an element in the top) ?

If so, how many slices of cheese on toast you could you do at a time

Would be worth getting just for that! Hate having to put big oven on every time.

mamboboy;8223079

Just because it's small it doesn't mean it uses less power. 1050-1300w so … Just because it's small it doesn't mean it uses less power. 1050-1300w so it uses considerably more energy than a gas oven for instance.



That is a lot of power when you think about it :w00t:, but hopefully you wouldn't need to keep this on a long time if the cooking time is reduced.

I've got an electric oven which doubles as the grill so the heating element in the top has to warm up before it will do the cheese on toast. I would say I have to put it on full for 15 minutes to cook 2 slices until they are bubbling.

It's only got a 10L capacity so it will take less time to heat up than a standard 40L oven, and thus use less energy as the previous poster only wants to make a few slices of cheez on toast.

Hmm sweet may get one

looks good. thanks.

Hot :thumbsup:

lol... i was just thinking could i take this to butlins and plug it in? we stay in the hotel rooms, that have a fridge. Thinking ready meals, toast etc.. could save us a fortune and be much healthier!
dare i?

jodie114;8226277

lol... i was just thinking could i take this to butlins and plug it in? … lol... i was just thinking could i take this to butlins and plug it in? we stay in the hotel rooms, that have a fridge. Thinking ready meals, toast etc.. could save us a fortune and be much healthier!dare i?



If there are a few of you then you would have to cook in shifts!

Just bought one, it is tiny.

I knew it was going to be small but it smaller than I thought.

To be honest it is only going to be used for small things like baked spuds, cheese on toast etc so should be ok for that.

Ok, I have just been experimenting with this :roll:.

I have bought a pack of 8 chicken pieces from Morrisons (on bogof at the minute) which I sprinkled with a grilling spice mix that I have.

It said on the back of the chicken to cook for 30 to 40 mins at 200 degrees.

I started off by doing that but it kept clicking off so I cooked using the broil setting and turned the chicken over after 20 mins and cooked for a further 20 mins.

Not tasted yet but looks like I have extra crispy chicken and only a bit of fat on the sides of the oven.

I did also put two sliices of bread on the rack when I first got it (after washing the parts of course!) and it fits two large slices of bread side by side, it does say 4 in the leaftet but they would either have to be curled up and touching the sides of the oven if you used normal slices or you could get 4 slices if you bought the small sized loaves that you can buy.

I've bought one last June. It's great for the price. Toasts great and bakes bread rolls.
Make sure you keep the receipt, mine broke after 10 months, but Argos replaced it with new one, with 12 month warranty :thumbsup:

You can use these for reflow soldering surface mount electronics aswell.
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