Russell Hobbs Classic 2 Slice Toaster Reviews
Newest Review: ... the good points of this toaster end. This toaster, although it does toast bread, does so inconsistently. Sometimes the bread ... more
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Customer Russell Hobbs Classic 2 Slice Toaster Reviews (5)
by - written on 08/08/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
The Russell Hobbs 2 slice toaster is a stainless steel cooking toaster for bread. It features 2 slots for 2 slices of bread at any one time and features a removable crumb tray from the bottom. The product was simple to use and cost me about £30 from Argos UK. The electrical power of the product is 1200 watts. ===Appearance=== The toaster looks simple yet classy when its out the box. Mine had a polished stainless steel finish however on Amazon you can get a less shiny, brushed finish to the same toaster too. The product has a black plastic base, with small feet which raise the product off teh ground. This is good because at the base there is also a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/12 (Useful, 7 readings)
We bought this toaster mainly for aesthetics. Much of the cooking equipment in our kitchen is stainless steel so this matched it all well. Its classic rounded design makes the toaster look very elegant ont he work surface but that is pretty much where the good points of this toaster end. This toaster, although it does toast bread, does so inconsistently. Sometimes the bread will be over done and sometimes under done. It has a dial on the side which is designed to alter the cooking time but I am yet to find a suitable settings after over 2 years of ownership. In order to get a good couple of slices I must put it in once and then check it before pressing it down ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/12 (Useful, 8 readings)
All our appliances in the kitchen are stainless steel/chrome and this was the reason I picked this toaster. It looks great and is a nice size and a shiny finish which makes it look quite expensive. But it looks better than it works. We thought with it being a Russell Hobbs it would be good quality and dependable. It takes 2 slices, has a tray at the bottom to catch the crumbs and has a button to press if your bread is frozen which we thought was quiet clever! I find that the toaster either burns the bread or leaves it 'raw'. There is a dial to increase/decrease the level of toasting but this doesn't seem to work. If you leave it on the middle it can burn 1 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/10 (Useful, 35 readings)
I bought this for the brand and having regretted it since. It looks good and it fits in with the 'polished silver' look of new kitchenware but it does not do the job. The adjustment knob on the side seems to decide for itself whether the bread will be left soft or completely burnt, never correlating with the number options. It's very hard to clean, the tray that comes out the bottom is designed to spill crumbs everywhere and most of the time the majority of the dirt is permanently stuck on the inside creating a fowl odor whenever it heats up. The slots are not very large and despite taking a standard slice will not get some hand-made breads fully inside. I've had trouble Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/10, updated on 15/09/10 (Somewhat useful, 15 readings)
This has been a very competent addition to the kitchen. The silver design has a nice look to it, but being in a kitchen environment does need cleaning quite often do to splashes and greasy marks that easily build up on it's exterior. As a toaster it performs reasonably well, it takes two slices of bread at once, although depending on the size of loaf you get it does require manual turning at times to ensure the whole piece gets done! There is a power adjuster as with most toaster to change the intensity of the elements, and this at first does take a little bit of experimentation to get it just how you like it! It toasts fairly quick without being particularly speedy. The Read the complete review
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