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Cheap toaster oven

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by ogmarcus, Sep 3, 2017.

  1. I just bought a new toaster oven that was less than $15 for decarbing. It has two heating elements, one at the top and one underneath. The way they both cycle on and off concerns me. You can feel the heat quite far away when it heats up. There is no doubt that the temperature inside fluctuates a lot. my question is if this would still give me a proper decarb given that it would heat up to 240 and drop, then heat back up to 240 about 50 times at least in the 40 minutes that it takes.

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  2. Yeah, it'll work the heat will be enclosed. There's usually a sensor that detects when the desire tempurature is hit and will turn off elements and use the insulation and when it drops significantly it'll heat up again.

    Should work fine I've used toaster ovens before.

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  3. I just took a close look and it's not even enclosed. Little cracks on each side.

    Im cooking chicken right now though and its working fine

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  4. I used a toaster a lot before getting tired of the hassle.
    I now use Ardent Lift decarboxylator.
    The toaster oven works ok if you put an oven thermometer inside, and keep you eye on it until the temp stabilizes.
     

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