PET Betty Crocker BC 1664CB 9 Liter Toaster Oven P10854608PET-WACBC1664CB Betty Crocker BC 1664CB 9 Liter Toaster Oven Manufacturer Part Number: BC-1664CB 10854608 623287116648 21.14lbs 9.50 10.80 16.20
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Betty Crocker BC-1664CB 9-Liter Toaster Oven

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Manufacturer Part Number: BC-1664CB

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WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

The perfect place to broil, bake or toast without having to turn on the oven is the Betty Crocker 9L Toaster Oven. In a stylish black cabinet with stainless steel accents, this toaster oven offers a wide temperature range as well as a 60-minute timer with a bell and convenient auto shutoff. The quartz heating elements provide 1,000 watts of power.


  • 1,000W
  • Quartz heating elements
  • Variable temperature range from 105°F-450°F
  • Drop-down crumb tray
  • 60-min timer with bell & auto shutoff
  • 2 rack positions
  • Includes baking tray & rack

Box Dimensions16.2" L x 10.8" W x 9.5" H
Inner Carton Quantity1
Individual Packaging Weight7.1500
Individual PackagingRetail
  • Toaster
Max Operating Temperature450 FAHRENHEIT
Product Height8.5000 INCH
Product Width9.5000 INCH
Product Length14.5000 INCH
Battery InformationProduct does not require a battery

Product Warranty

This Item Has ONE YEAR Warranty.
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