DeLonghi CT04E Reviews
Product Type: Delonghi toasters
Description:Brand: DeLonghi / 4 Slice Toaster / Crumb Tray / Cancel Button. / The DeLonghi Argento 4 Slice Toaster in Cream has ... more
DeLonghi CT04E ... both slide out crumb tray high rise lever and large slots / Variable browning control Variable width bread slots Can operate 2 slots independently Frozen cancel & reheat buttons Non slip feet / Short name: DeLonghi CT04E
Newest Review: ... the levers with which to push bread down into the body of the toaster and these, although chrome in colour, are made out of ... more
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DeLonghi Argento Toaster CT04E
A tasty appliance for your kitchen. Twin levers to operate 2 slot ...
Last Update 19.12.2013 16:09
Customer DeLonghi CT04E Reviews (7)
by - written on 14/01/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
It was just before Christmas when our trusty Morphy Richards toaster decided to give up the ghost. Quite unexpectedly and without reason the levers stopped clicking down into place and so we were left rather unappreciatively with an attractive looking toaster which failed to actually toast. Although in our household we do not eat a huge amount of toast, our toaster was still useful for those odd days when the frozen bread required warming through or on those long Sunday afternoons when crumpets with butter were needed, and therefore we begrudgingly threw out our old toaster and went on the hunt for a new and improved model. Our kitchen, though compact in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/09, updated on 11/08/09 (Very useful, 124 readings)
The DeLonghi CT04E cream coloured toaster is certainly pleasing on the eye. At first glance you could be forgiven for mistaking it for an old style radio with its retro dials, basic buttons and all round classical appearance. With an aesthetical appeal such as this it would sit comfortably in the majority of kitchens regardless of their design. Features The toaster features 4 variable width slots operated by the 2 sliders on the front (2 slots each) which feature an extra lift facility to assist the removal of smaller sized items such as crumpets and muffins. The 2 slots can be used simultaneously or randomly. There are 2 browning dials ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
The DeLonghi CT04E Toaster is one beautiful piece of machinery. Happily being toast, sorry, host, to four pieces of bread, it really does a great job of toasting all breaded goods. Crumpets, baps, scones, even pop tarts are toasted to perfection with this great bit of kit. Everything seems to come out crispy, and the dials to operate the time and level are really intuitive, if a little bit hard to see. (Old folk may have trouble with this.) The style is a kind of 1950s retro chrome throwback. The kind of thing you'd see in old stylish American diners. This is really charming and the colour goes very well with most kitchens and pantries. The dials looks really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/09, updated on 24/06/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I have bought so many cheap toasters in the past that have barely lasted five minutes before they stop working, so when my last one gave up the ghost, I thought that I would treat myself to one that was a bit more expensive and would look good. After much deliberation over colour and style, I eventually plumped for this Delonghi four slice toaster. I have had this toaster for a while now, and I absolutely love it. I was concerned that it was going to be a bit bulky, but it looks great in my kitchen (matching the kettle and my decor) and takes pride of place on the worktop. Because of the cream colour, it blends in with the walls, and doesn't stick out like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/09 (Useful, 39 readings)
This toaster delivers in looks and performance but loses out in the practicality stakes somewhat. The cream finish is matt and easy to clean, it doesn't stain and tarnish like some stainless steel toasters can. The only slight problem with cleaning is the 6 small silver buttons on the front, they do become marked with fingerprints and crumbs tend to stick around them. The crumb tray makes it easy to clean the toaster out. It toasts evenly, and is well capable of taking thicker slices of bred/crumpets/pitta etc. I have experienced a few problems with the browning controls, ie the two larger silver knobs. They are fairly easy to turn accidentally when cleaning the work ... Read the complete review
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Easy to use, makes nice toast, a doddle to use and a cracking low price
came to an abrupt end, as per usual with me and toasters... but still...!!
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|Morphy Richards 44744 Accents|
Looks really nice, comes in so many different colours
Doesn't toast top of the bread!
|Morphy Richards 44799 Accents|
A bit bulky.