Atractive look and seemed durable but when it was out of the box, the interior was smaller than I expected even though I had checked outside measurements. My biggest problem with this toaster oven, however, was that you could not put the rack and the baking pan in the oven at the same time, unless you were broiling something, inverted the pan and used it as a drip pan. It was absurd to me that you could not slide the rack in and then put the pan on top or above it, even to store both inside. There were little unnecessary nodules/bumps in the center of the interior walls that prevented this. I have never seen a toaster oven with this design and it was annoying. You either had to use the pan and keep the rack out or vice versa. If you tried to put both in, even for storage, one of them tilted. Between that and the interior size, I returned it and bought a Black and Decker toaster oven with broiler and convection features, much bigger, for the SAME price, on sale, also at Wal-Mart and love it. More features, same amout of money and you can actually place the pan on the rack...I use a toaster oven daily and really wanted something both attractive and functional. The Proctor Silex wasn't it.
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