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Dualit 2 + 2 Combi Toaster

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£178.00 Best Offer by: go-electrical.co.uk See more offers
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      30.06.2007 17:51
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      A must buy if you are looking to spend a decent amount on a toaster, or buy a wedding gift!

      This toaster is amazing, we received it as a gift and you can tell from the quality it's going to last for years to come. It's really stylish, and if you thought toast is toast think again, it really toasts better than a cheap toaster does!
      It does bread aswell as bagels, pitta breads etc, and has settings for four, two or one slices.
      I would highly recommend paying the price for a Dualit toaster!

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        27.07.2000 04:56

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        I'd be quite happy just to sit and admire it sitting on my kitchen worktop but it does make great toast, not to be compared with toast made by lesser toasters. Mine is lovely shiny chrome which comes up beautifully with a wipe from the dishcloth. It has a timer and a little lever to pop the toast up manually. A little drawer underneath collects the crumbs. They do seem to go on for ever, we had a huge one on our ward when I was nursing, used for both patients and staff [if you know anything about nurses, you will know that they live on toast], it was in frequent use and goodness know how old it was. I think you are talking about £170, but I fully expect mine to be making my toast when I'm drawing my pension, so I reckon that is a good investment.

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