Tefal Avanti Hi-speed Delux Reviews
Product Type: Tefal toasters
Newest Review: ... to be careful as if the bread is thick, it just doesn't go in. The toaster is unable to cope with anything other than ... more
Customer Tefal Avanti Hi-speed Delux Reviews (5)
by - written on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Our toaster (a 4 slice Kenwood only 2 years old) gave up the toasting ghost last week, and in search of something a little more compact we purchased the Tefal TT704115 Avanti Toaster in Chrome and Black. It cost £39.99 from Marks and Spencer's, a competitive price, as it's £39.90 on Amazon. The toaster is fairly chunky for a two slot, and though I was looking for something more compact, it's very good looking and coupled with my matching kettle, looks great on my worktop. It's a 'front loader', which is great for someone with a kitchen design like mine, with low cupboards over the counter, it makes it easy to put the bread in and take it out. It has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
The point of a toaster is surely that it toasts the bread. I should be easier and quicker than turning on a grill, and it should be consistent in its settings. Sadly, this toaster falls way short of the mark on all counts; in fact, it's the worst toaster I've had. There are just the two slots for the bread, and you have to be careful as if the bread is thick, it just doesn't go in. The toaster is unable to cope with anything other than square-cut loaves, so, for example, if you have what we used to call a 'tin' loaf, one end of the piece with inevitably have to stick out of the top of the toaster. This causes all manner of problems of having to take it out and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/09 (Useful, 23 readings)
This toaster has served us well at 4 years old and due to its design has fitted well into the small spaces in our last 3 kitchens. It has the button to operate it, knob to control time, keep warm button, stop button and frozen button. The toasting gaps are wide so it is ok to toast uncut bread if you fancy a nice thick slice of toast. It has a lift button too so that you are not poking things in the toaster to get small or broken bits of toast out. It does also come with the bun rack but to be honest I have never used it. It does have its draw backs. Because it is designed on a slant I find that bread toasts more at the lower end than the other so you have uneven ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/09 (Useful, 14 readings)
We have now had this toaster for six years and have been extremely happy with it. I specifically bought this model as my parents have one and I thought the design was excellent (there's is still going strong at at least eight years old). The design is the best I have ever seen on a toaster. It has extra wide slots so you can toast french bread, rolls etc. easily. The lever lift button means you can lift up the toast without having to reach your fingers (or another implement!) into the toaster. The sloping front also makes it easy to see what is happening with your toast. The timer dial is easy to read and use and there are also stop, warm and frozen buttons. ... Read the complete review
by s carey - written on 05/05/08
Very smart toaster with crisp design and modern lines. The controls on the front are easy-to-read and access. The black and stainless matches most new kitchens. No electronic gismos so little to go wrong, I thought. It toasts very well too and the intensity of browing control is very sensitive. The auto lift out is good although you can burn your fingers with half slices of toast. However, after only 3 months of use it blew up with a bang and flash - very dramatic - and stopped working with the fuse still intact. It is irreparable as you cannot open the bottom with any screwdriver we have. Since it cost about £30 and it has been used almost ... Read the complete review
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