Actually, a big ambition of mine is to have one of those glorious hotel conveyor belt jobs. I can spend hours playing with one at a hotel buffet style breakfast.
Tell me about your toasters
For some reason I now have a massive craving for crappy hotel buffet breakfast! It's been a while...
My vote goes to magimix. Really solidly made, takes chunky bread and dings when it's done
Dualit are a design classic, spare parts easy to come by, but they only take skinny square bread, and because it doesn't pop I find I walk off and forget, and by the time I remember it's gone cold!
Do you like cold toast ? The point with the Dualit being that the toast stays nice and well, toasty, inside the toaster until you eject it, rather than popping up and cooling down
Really, that's the best thing?
We've got a four slice stainless steel Kenwood jobby, 3 years old. Toasts bread.
OP is it not the type of bread that's giving your crappy toast?
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was given one of a few months back. Works very well.
Looks like a right smug git, that toaster
Another Rowlett owner here too, its like a more exclusive version of a Dualit.
On a technical level it works no better than a £7 Asda toaster from Taiwan.
But with the stainless steel and polished ally tis a thing of beauty, plus being fully rebuildable will go on forever.
Its a shame I don't eat as much toasted bread any more.
I don't know who's to blame for this (the bread makers or the toaster makers): Toast that has a 1" strip that doesn't get toasted unless I turn the bread around half-way through toasting.
surely the only requirement is that it matches the kettle?
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