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Designed by Jacob Jensen in collaboration with Bell Xpress, these beautifully designed contemporary toasters combine functionality with style. Characterised by the simple and linear design, the One Slot Toaster offers convenient controls, 9 toasting levels, reheat and defrost functions, and a memory function for the toasting level that fits the user. Sharp LED display has 9 lights which light up according to the selected toasting level and function. The lights count down during toasting. This contemporary toaster also features automatic bread centration for perfect results, crumb tray with automatic pull out, auto lock function and an optional bun warmer. Buy One Slot Toaster for your modern kitchen for £70.
The Flat Bed Toaster is the favorite toaster type in Scandinavia. The bread is placed on the bread grill making it easy to keep and eye on the toast, and toast several types of bread at the same time. Functionally, this contemporary toaster is identical to the One-Slot model, with 9 toasting levels, a memory function for last level selection, reheat and defrost functions, a detachable bread grill and crumb tray with automatic pull out function. LED displays has 9 lights, which light up according to the selected toasting level - from 1 to 9 as well as the selected function. The lights count down during toasting. Price is around € 83.
Posted December 16, 2008 1:35 PM
The die cast 4-slice Breville toaster comes with innovative Lift and Look feature, that raises and lowers the toast mid-cycle, allowing you to view and, if needed to stop the toasting. Motorized lever steadily raises the toast when the cycle is complete. Breville also equipped the toaster with the dual independent toast controls, enabling each pair of slots to work independently and toast to different preferences. The toaster sleek and refined finish is typical for die-cast construction where molds molten metals together at very intense temperatures. A Bit More function lets you lower the bread carriage for additional toasting time. Bagel button adds extra heat to the inner side of the cut bagel, while warming the outside of it. Other features of the Smart Breville toaster are LED toasting progress indicator, 5 variable-browning settings and slide out crumb tray. Price is $180. 2-slice toaster sells for $130. Breville. Previously, Breville single cup brewer.
Posted December 8, 2008 3:55 PM
This quite unusual split toaster was designed by Craig Strangward, a product design student at DeMontfort University. Made from organic plastic, the Triplo toaster looks very cool and supposedly accommodates some refined heating and mechanical elements, which again supposedly, allow for simultaneous baking and roasting. For sure, it looks like no toaster we have seen before, and the concept is totally unique.
Posted October 28, 2008 4:21 PM
This 2-slice toaster from Aqua Glass Line brings sleek and modern combination of stainless steel housing with full shiny chrome finish and light blue glass decorative sides into your kitchen. Its extra wide 1.5" slots allow you to brown every slice exactly to your liking with the help of variable rotary control. Cancel, Defrost, Reheat buttons with blue LEDs controls can be used with a variety of breads and bagels even directly from the deep freezer. Other features of the Glass Line toaster are slide-out crumb tray for easy cleaning, chrome plated buttons and lift-up knob. Sharply designed, modern toaster from Team Kalorik. Price is $60.
Posted July 8, 2008 2:30 PM
Another kitchen gadget from Inseq Design creative talent. Made of aluminium and plastics, Zuse is a toaster equipped with optical sensor which activates digital toasting once it senses the presence of bread. Inspired by the early matrix printers and designed to work as a traditional print maker, it burns line-by-line black and white pictures with 12 by 12 pixel resolution into the toast. Comes with a memory chip which stores multiple images.
Posted June 24, 2008 5:22 PM