Cookworks Stainless Steel 4 Slice Long Toaster Reviews
Product Type: Cookworks toasters
Newest Review: ... trailing on your counter. Also, it does defrost things well, and it has never failed to pop up. I have to say that this toaster has been fairly reliable over the years, in the way that it has carried on working, despite dents from moving home, and that it does what it promises, and gives me four slices of toast at a time. It also has consistently produced charcoal flavoured toast, brick hard ... more
Customer Cookworks Stainless Steel 4 Slice Long Toaster Reviews (11)
by - written on 08/10/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
We bought the Cookworks toaster about three years ago, from Argos for around £15. I see now they are selling very similar, updated model for £18.99, but it's not the exact design or dimensions as ours. The toaster is approximately 15 inches long, 7 inches tall and 6 inches wide. It has the standard reheat, defrost, and cancel buttons, and can cook up to four slices of toast at a time. The design is fairly plain, and has the average 'stainless steel and black' kitchen appliance colour scheme. It takes up a fair bit of the counter, but doesn't slip around, as it has rubber feet. It has a good length cord too (I will edit, and add the length of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
We never intended to buy a four slice toaster but when we saw this one, it looked modern and it came at a great price. We purchased ours 3 years ago now. We bought in Argos, I believe for around £20 at the time. We also purchased the Cookworks kettle at the same time. It wasn't actually anymore expensive than 2 slice toasters out there so it made sense to go for the longer more modern toaster. The toaster itself is a nice shiny chrome colour with a black plastic surround. It is approx. 39cm in length and 15cm in width, with an approx. height of 18.5cm from the kitchen surface. On the side there are 3 buttons which are marked defrost, reheat and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/13 (Very useful, 67 readings)
When we moved house a few years ago we had to buy appliances on a budget, but still wanted them to look nice enough. We bought a Cookworks stainless steel kettle from Argos, and decided to buy the matching toaster. We paid £15 for it, although since then it has been updated slightly and now costs £20 (but is currently on offer at £16.99). The toaster came in a standard cardboard box, easy to fold down and put in the recycling. The toaster has a black central belt, with stainless steel panels on both sides. It looks smart, model and tidy. Granted, it's not a designer style toaster but I think it looks a little more expensive than it was. The toaster has a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/12 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I went to put the toaster on one morning and found it wasn't working, changed the fuse and still no joy so it was time for a new toaster. Our previous toaster was from the Cookworks range and we'd been very happy with it so I had no hesitation in buying another one. It's available in Argos for £19.99, you can check the stock and reserve it online to pick up at the store of your choice which is very handy. I just hate going all the way into the store then finding out it's out of stock! £19.99 is a very good price for a 4 slice toaster, being a family we need it to do 4 slices at once. I decided on this particular model because it takes 4 slices, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I hadn't been looking in particular for any exact toaster but I knew I wanted one with a bigger capacity than the usual two slice toaster. I am not a big toast fan but it is a kitchen essential and I know in my house it is popular so I wanted one that looked nice. I went into Argos as I wanted a good value one and I know they have a big range, also I wanted a stainless steel one to match my other appliances. I didn't want to pay too much but when I saw this Cookworks one I knew it was right as I have other Cookworks items and they are good for me. APPEARANCE This toaster is quite long and it is pretty standard in the sense that it is a silver ... Read the complete review
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