Kenmore

Kenmore is a subset of the Sears brand that specializes in household appliances such as washing machines, vacuums and of course toasters. They are only sold in sears holding stores, sears and since 2005 at Kmart They were introduced in 1927 with their first product being a washing machine after sears realized there was an untapped market for household appliances. Interesting enough no one knows where the name Kenmore came from with some theorizing that it comes from a prominent street in Chicago

Best Kenmore Toasters of 2015

Kenmore 4 slice Digital Toaster Oven with 9″ Ceramic Pizza Stone(Click for full Review)

 

Specifically made to cook pizza’s easily with its 9” ceramic stone and wire racks plus a baking pan to add versatility to this toaster oven. However when it comes to anything other then pizza such as toast we found that it cooks food unevenly. The alarm for when food is done cooking is far louder then it needs to be. This toaster is more geared towards broiling rather then toasting due to rotating heating coils.Overall there are better toaster to choose from then the 4 slice digital, it cooks unevenly and is hard to work with. Not one of Kenmore’s best. 2 Stars (2 / 5)

Kenmore 6-slice Convection Toaster Oven(Click for full Review)

A toaster that’s suppose to made for quick simple meals and snacks with a fast heating time by using convection technology that is suppose to evenly cooks the food throughout to just the right temperature. However the 6-slice does none of those things. It circulates warm air that results in an oven that is hotter then indicated. Its very easy to burn food easily due to its rapid cook time. This doesn’t seem like a bad thing except the metal used is cheap and is prone to damage eventually destroying the toaster itself. The door also doesn’t lay down flat so when you need to take food out of the oven the process is more awkward then it should be due to the door being hot. One good point is the control dials are easy to use and adjust and includes options for pizza and toast so it automatically cooks those without needing additional inputs. Overall this toaster is not worth you spending money on it at all. 1.5 Stars (1.5 / 5)

Kenmore Elite Digital Countertop Convection Oven(Click for full review)

Weighing 22 pounds this is a larger toaster that is capable of fitting a pizza up to 12” and with 1800 watts can cook and toast food in fast order by using convection technology essentially giving the Elite digital the performance of a full size oven. It comes with wire racks and a pan for added variety, digital LED readout and six cooking functions for different types of foods. With this Kenmore food cooks food evenly and cooks well. Like the 6-slice the handle gets way too hot right after baking and the beeps are annoyingly loud. Overall this is a better Kenmore toaster that does its job well with a few big problems but this isn’t a bad toaster to own. 3 Stars (3 / 5)