DeLonghi CTM4023 Metropolis Reviews
Product Type: Delonghi toasters
Description:Brand: DeLonghi / 4 Slice Toaster / Wide Slots / Crumb Tray / Cancel Button. / The stunning Metropolis collection really is the essence of good design 4 slice stainless steel toaster Exclusive matt gun-metal paint finish / will not show finger prints Variable ... more
DeLonghi CTM4023 Metropolis ... browning control dial Variable width bread slots Operates 2 slots independently Automatic self-centring system for even toasting Hi-rise facility allows easy removal of small items such as muffins Stop/Cancel facility Frozen bread setting Re-heat button 2 Removable crumb tray for easy cleaning Non-slip feet / Short name: DeLonghi CTM4023
Newest Review: ... ideal as the slots are quite narrow, I would end up squashing the teacakes before popping them in, but sometimes they would ... more
Customer DeLonghi CTM4023 Metropolis Reviews (8)
by - written on 16/12/09, updated on 16/12/09 (Useful, 79 readings)
I wanted a delhongi toaster as I really like the styling, and as I was re-decorating, I thought that I would buy te toaster to go with my new decor. The price tag was the thing that made me wait so long to buy, when I bought mine it was over £70 from argos. Although this is a very high price tag, I think that you do get good value for money and the look of the toaster is great. The first toaster i bought had a fault and only toasted one half of the bread, but I took this back to Argos and they exchanged it straight away. the new one is amazing. The toast is always evenly toasted, and as you have a toast colour option knob, you can have a lightly done peice, if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/12 (Useful, 32 readings)
I have had this toaster for the last 3 years or so and must say that it has been a good buy as it has not yet let me down. It is still toasting well even after all this time. There are a couple of things that I should mention though... Firstly, two of the little plastic light covers fell out after about three months of owning it, so this spoilt its appearance. Secondly, if you like toasted teacakes the toaster is not ideal as the slots are quite narrow, I would end up squashing the teacakes before popping them in, but sometimes they would not end up popping back up. Slices of Warburtons bread (the large loafs) would not fit in is as the slots are not long enough, so I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/11, updated on 04/05/11 (Useful, 34 readings)
My girlfriend and I bought this toaster about 5 months ago to match the kettle we bought. We have the toaster in the Gun Metal Grey, with the metropolis finish. It's safe to say that this is the fanciest toaster I have ever bought! The toaster we have is the four slice toaster. The toaster is essentially split into two in terms of, there are two small levers which allow you to put two slices down at a time instead of all four. There are two cancel buttons, one for each side. There are also separate dials for adjusting how much you would like your bread toasted. This comes in handy for us as I like almost burnt toast, which isn't so popular with my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/08 (Useful, 97 readings)
I purchased this along with the metrpolis kettle from argos (see my other review there!). I've had it a few weeks now and overall I'm happy with my purchase. Its fairly pricey (you could probably get the same functionality for cheaper) but it looks great! The first thing you notice when taking it out the box is that its HUGE! I would make sure you have enough room in your kitchen to fit it as it takes up basically the entire width of the counter. It makes good toast, and give the toast high enough clearance so that you can lift your toast out easily without having to resort to turning it upside down! (like pretty much every other toaster ive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/08 (Useful, 84 readings)
As a student without a job, i'm not exactly flush with cash, and so eat alot of toast. When I left home I 'borrowed' my mums toaster, and it has served me, and my roomate pretty well. Rather more substantial than the average student toaster, it has, so far, survived pretty much everything including 'chocolate toast' where bread is soaked in milkshake and toasted (an idea which seemed great at the time, after a fairly heavy night). If it can survive that it can pretty much survive anything, and so must be reviewed positively. The sensitive heating settings allow 'highly customisable' toasting, or so an advert might say... Although this toaster doesn't really go with ... Read the complete review
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Reasonably priced, good quality and all round design; toasts evenly.
Not many! It's not igloo shaped enough to keep Penguin kettle company!
Four bread slots: two independant controls, makes great toast.
I didn't buy one sooner!
Cheaper than it's rivals, whilst still producing toast!
Maybe not as pretty, and has a habit of changing its own settings
Wide slots for bread, even toasting throughout
None I can think of
toaster for a small family
you can read them in the review
Crumb tray, erm......
Little space for fitting bread into the slots. Little visual appeal.
Toasts evenly and is easy to store
Slightly noisy but no more than most toasters