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Best Post Prime Day Deal For Microwave – Toshiba Oven Even Crisps Pizza Crusts

Anne Kocsis Contributor
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Need a microwave for college? Here’s your best option. Take advantage of Amazon Prime Day and get the 1.5 cubic feet Toshiba Microwave Convection Oven with Smart Sensor for only $164.99. This item normally retails for $199.99. This microwave doesn’t just re-heat, it also can defrost, cook, roast, and even bake. The sleek black exterior looks equally great in a dorm room or your kitchen. Plus, the stainless steel interior is super easy to clean.  It measures 21.8 X 21.5 X 13 inches and weighs 44.75 pounds. The interior has LED lighting and includes a 13.6 inch turn table.

(Photo via Amazon)

(Photo via Amazon)

The Toshiba EC042A5C-BS Microwave Oven with Convection Function Smart Sensor and LED Lighting, 1.5 Cu.ft, Black Stainless…is on sale for $35.00 off for a limited time during this Prime Day Sale 

The 1,000-watt device operates with a smart touch screen with specific settings to simplify your cooking needs. With convection oven capabilities, this microwave cooks anywhere from 175 to 425 degrees. It has 6 pre-determined settings for optimum heating of popular foods like pizza, potatoes, and vegetables. You also have the ability to pre-program your top three time and power combinations to save you time.  A grill rack is included. Reviewers rave because this product actually crisps pizza crust, a huge plus. Most microwave ovens melt cheese, but leave you with soggy bottom pizzas.  One mom mentioned that her daughter was even able to bake cookies using this product. Toshiba combines the microwave and convection functions to provide you with incredible versatility. It is the ultimate in convenience. Act fast, these microwaves are Amazon’s Choice and they flying off the shelf today. At press time, 40% of the available items were already claimed. When they are gone, the deal ends.


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