Proctor Silex 31115
This toaster oven gets good reviews as the best of the basic low-budget ovens. I'm recommending it for use in baking polymer clays. Polymer clay *can* be baked in a regular oven, but you want to be super super careful not to BURN the clay which will release nasty toxic gasses. There's a bit of a debate about the safety of PVC which I encourage you to read up on. I prefer to err on the side of safety and keep the clay away from my oven except when absolutely necessary- that way I'm less likely to contaminate my cooking area if I do accidentally burn some.