Breville TR39 Sandwich Press Reviews
Product Type: Breville electrical appliances
Newest Review: ... to Argos to see how much the Panini machines were! We were pleasantly surprised, the Breville one that we bought was around ... more
Customer Breville TR39 Sandwich Press Reviews (8)
by - written on 16/06/08, updated on 16/06/08 (Very useful, 938 readings)
~ A Sandwich Press ~ There I was, making a toasted cheese sandwich in my 10-year-old toasted sandwich maker, when I went to take it out. Unfortunately it was stuck everywhere! It was a right mess, and even careful attempts to get it out without it all collapsing on me were a disaster. So I had to finally concede that it was time for this trusty machine to be binned. But what to get as a replacement? We love our toasted sandwiches, and after some looking around it was decided to go for the Breville TR39 Sandwich press. ~ The Difference between a sandwich press and toaster ~ Well basically it all comes down to the hinges. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/12 (Very useful, 91 readings)
We received this sandwich press a couple of years ago as a Christmas present. At first I thought it would probably be one of those gadgets which ended up being shoved in the kitchen cupboard and never used, but as it turns out it's one of the most frequently used gadgets in our kitchen. Looking around online, it seems this model is a little difficult to get hold of these days, although there are similar Breville sandwich makers online for around £30, and these look like they have the same features but are just a newer model. The sandwich press is a cross between a toastie maker and a George Foreman grill. It is designed to make toasted sandwiches, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/13 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Everyone likes a toasted sandwich, but let's be honest - they may be delicious, but even though we all have a sandwich toaster in the back of the cupboard, we rarely get it out and use it. Why? - well that is easy, it is because they are so fiddly... having to lightly butter the bread on the outside so that it doesn't stick, trying to take the sandwiches out of the machine and the sandwich splits open when you are trying to gently ease it out - or even more typically, the toasted bread has actually stuck to the sandwich maker, so even if you can get the sandwich out, it will not be in one piece, the filling will be spilling out and the actual toaster becomes a nasty ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/11, updated on 16/01/11 (Very useful, 116 readings)
The Breville TR39 Sandwich Press is a practical and very useful addition to your home - you'll find yourself using it almost every day! The toasted sandwiches it produces are fantastic and you can save money from purchasing café-style food and instead purchase nicer breads to toast in the press. When I bought this sandwich press, I was impressed by how it was able to take all different sizes of bread (such as foccacias, breakfast muffins, crumpets and oven rolls) and even be able to be stabilised (fixed) above the bread for that extra light toasting. I find I can fill up the sandwich with lots of ingredients too - so that you get a real "meal" out ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 77 readings)
My sister bought us this for Christmas a few years ago and I have to say it is so much better than the usual sandwich machines. The machine is quite alot larger than your average sandwich toaster and is made from black plastic and metal and has two large non stick 'floating' plates. The outside has a very shiny finish which drives me insane because it always gets covered in fingerprints and I end up polishing them off all the time. There is also space underneath the machine so that you can wind the cord up for neat storage although you have to wait until it cools down before doing this. The sandwich press has a latch on the side for different height ... Read the complete review
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