What's this? Based on performance, convenience, cleaning, and safety. The displayed score is out of a total of 100 points. Ratings order may differ from earlier reports because of a new scoring method.
The Panasonic FlashXpress NB-G110P is part of the toaster
test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, toaster oven
models like the FlashXpress NB-G110P are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.
Reflects how evenly each model baked a batch of muffins and a pizza
Ease of use:
Reflects how easy the controls are to set and how clear they are.
Ease of cleaning:
We look for a crumb tray that slides out smoothly and that is easily accessible. We look for areas that might trap dirt or food stuffs. For toaster ovens, most have a non-stick interior for easier cleaning.
Features & Specs - Panasonic FlashXpress NB-G110P
Convection oven Convection mode uses a fan to circulate air during baking or roasting.
Rotisserie This model comes with a rotisserie spit for roasting.
Six slices This model fits 6 slices of store-bought bread in the oven.
Touchpad Has electronic touchpad controls.
Dimensions (HxWxD) The height, width and depth of the toaster oven, in inches.
I have used this model for at least 12 years. We have 2 (2 kitchens) and had one break after 10 years. This is Panasonic's top of the line toaster in the US and Japan however it has not always been marketed in the US. Even though for a while it was not for sale a viral campaign broke out amongst reviewers at a retail web site (think Jeff Bezos) for the toaster urging Panasonic to change their mind. The price of the remaining stock went over twice list. I bought a slightly used one for more than list and considered myself lucky. If it is a rainy day and you are up for some strange reading look at the 599 reviews that stretch back several years and remember this is for an appliance that received little or no marketing support and was nearly impossible to find at retail. You'll see that there is a substantial body of consumers who not only like this toaster some may have developed an unhealthy affection towards it. I bought it after it won a Popular Science innovation award for its use of dual spectrum IR to heat food up faster without burning it. I don't know about that but it does work well, doesn't take up too much room and if you abuse it and break something parts are cheap and easy to install. I did buy a woven silicone oven liner (not the rubbery kind) and cut one to fit the toaster which makes clean up easy. Also if you like your toast buttered first you'll find this works great. It's a shame that Panasonic has a full range of household appliances (houses too for that matter) and brings very few of them to the US.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
from Upstate, NY
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
New for Christmas Dead by Valentines Day
An excellent oven when it worked. Flash lighting is different and hard to get use to. To have bulb repaired, must ship from upstate NY to Virginia, at owners expense. No mention of owner responsibility for one way shipping expense in warranty. Would not buy another Panasonic item.
How long have you owned it:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
from Peoria IL
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
This is my second Panasonic infrared oven. My first lasted 7 years and was still going when we decided to get a new one about 6 months ago when Panasonic started making them again. <br /><br />We use it for toast, frozen pizza, frozen breakfasts and pretty much anything you would make in a small toaster oven. What's different about this is the speed and even heating. It toasts in less than half the time of a conventional toaster oven.