This Oster Panini maker and Grill is designed with a unique and innovative Dura Ceramic non-stick coating that last 4X longer than standard non-stick coatings and won't flake or peel. The Dura Ceramic surface provides exceptional non-stick performance and lasting durability. The safe and natural ceramic coating is PFOA and PTFE free as well, so you can grill with no worries. The Dura Ceramic finish cooks up to 20% faster to get you eating quicker and it easily wipes clean!
Healthier sandwiches and meals are possible with the Oster® Panini Maker and Grill featuring unique, innovative DuraCeramic™ non-stick ceramic coating. Cook with the benefits of DuraCeramic™, offering durable, long-lasting, scratch-resistant, easy-to-clean surface and healthier food preparation
- Unique and innovative Dura Ceramic non-stick ceramic coating, 4 times more durable. Won't flake or peel
- Natural ceramic coating is easy to clean and is healthy as it is free of PTFE & PFOA chemicals
- Cooks up to 20% faster saving time and energy
- Opens flat for grilling, has adjustable feet to tilt the unit
- Includes two drip cups to catch excess fat and liquids and a cleaning tool
- 4 times more durable
- Won't flake or peel
- 2-in-1 functionality, works as a panini maker or opens up to 180 degrees for grilling
- Floating hinge system adjusts for variable sandwich thicknesses
- 1-year limited warranty
Frequently Asked Questions
Do the plates come out for cleaning?
They do not - it is an "all in one piece" unit. It does clean up very easily and we would have liked one where the plates came out, but the ceramic was more important to us as we didn't want the teflon/coating in others.
What is the range of output voltage of this machine? I want to use it with transformer (220v -> 120v) outside of U.S. Hope it's below 110w.
120V-60Hz 1080W. The transformer should work.
I read that this Oster product the housing get very hot and it takes 40 min to cool down.To me it sounds very dangerous.Is this true?
I have been using it for sandwiches and even warming up tortillas. It heats up pretty fast, but doesn't get dangerously hot on the outside..then it cools down pretty quick...it has never taken 40 mins to cool... maybe around 10 15 mins at most. It gets kind of hot on the outside like a wafflemaker would- if you have one, then you can judge for yourself.
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