Asda White Toaster Reviews
Product Type: Asda toasters
Newest Review: ... option which was the Smart price toaster at under a fiver. I spotted this model and decided it was a decent price. I bought the white one as the rest of my appliances are white so it fits in. It came neatly boxed with excess padding. 15months since my purchase, this toaster is still going strong and I very pleased with its performance. It came with a usermanual which really isn't ... more
Customer Asda White Toaster Reviews (19)
by - written on 21/12/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Our Asda toaster is a bit of an odd shape I always said, from the first day we bought it, but my other half says she likes it as it is unusual. The model we have is in white but this particular one also comes in grey or silver. It is more tapered at the top and speads out like a skirt towards the bottom. Sorry, this is my best way of describing how it looks. It looks rather large and bulky but it does make great toast. We bought it about 18 months ago direct from Asda online and we paid £9.90 for the two slice version. There is a larger version (four slice) if you prefer but if you opt for this model it will cost you slightly more at £15. There are only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
*Please note I am reviewing model TA8120 - I put in a suggestion as the toaster is not the one in the picture above but dooyoo have told me the review has to go here - the link to the image of the toaster is http://direct.asda.com/ASDA-Toaster---White/001557218,default,pd.html - thanks* The Asda TA8120 is a toaster which can accommodate 2 slices of bread. It is currently available in white, silver and grey colours. This toaster has a few key features : *6 heat settings - conveniently located around a dial. Basically to decide how dark you would like your toast. *Defrost button - for those mornings when you have forgot to take a loaf ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I have had my asda toaster ever since I moved in to my new house when I separated from my husband back in April 2009. At the time I was looking to get set up for my son and I with all the essentials as cheaply as possible for the most part and so I purchased the asda toaster which from memory cost around five or six pounds. At the time I felt that it would do until I had more free money to replace it but over two years later it is still working and I have yet to replace it! Here is my review! ==How it looks== The toaster came packaged in a cardboard box which showed a picture of the toaster on the front and its design looked quite simple and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/11 (Very useful, 9 readings)
This 2 slice toaster from ASDA is very basic, what you would expect for less than £5...I must admit I would usually hit up Tesco for my 'value' appliance needs, but a friend of mine recommended ASDA because there basic toaster is a bit cheaper...if you look after the pennies the pounds look after themselves so I took his advice. I have been using this toaster on a regular basis for around 4 months DESIGN, The toaster is a curved, white plastic design with simple controls. It has a slider on the right hand side that is used for popping down the bread, this then automatically pops up depending on the time set by the dial on the front. It doesn't have the widest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/11 (Somewhat useful, 2 readings)
This may not be the creme de la creme of toaster but for the small cost you're paying you wouldn't be expecting anything amazing but could still be surprised. As you can see it can cook only 1 or 2 pieces of bread at any given time, the twisty switch controls the time the bread will cook for, hopefully until it becomes toast. the buttons make the toast pop up with the pull down lever on the side like most toasters. Being ASDA's value toaster it doesn't cook the bread in record time but it heats up eventually and you wouldn't notice any disappointing times. The size of the toaster itself is medium/small and with its smooth white design and ... Read the complete review
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Strong, Sturdy, Reliable and good looking toaster
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Very very cheap, very very efficient, evenly browns toast, no different to a far more expensive one
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Toasts perfectly every time, toasts all the bread, looks good, easy to use/maintain.
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4 slices, alternate heat settings, stylish, affordable, easy to use, clear digital display
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