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DeLonghi DTT312 2-Slice Adjustable Toaster

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  • Easily accommodates larger food items such as baguettes, panini, croissants, ciabatta and more with the adjustable 2-slice width slot.
  • Make toasty sandwiches with the convenient sandwich cage. Includes plastic tongs for easy removal.
  • Warm croissants, muffins and more with the unique low temperature setting. Select the high setting for standard, crisp toasting.
  • No print finish with brushed aluminum body.
  • Optimal and precise toasting with the 10 setting adjustable browning control.
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Give your morning breakfast routine a little variety with the De'Longhi 2-Slice Adjustable Toaster, loaded with convenient features. Don't settle for plain toast when you can toast baguettes, panini, croissants, ciabatta and more with the adjustable width slot. Who needs a toaster oven when it includes a convenient sandwich cage for warm and delicious panini or other sandwiches. You can easily and safely remove food with the included tongs. This all-in-one toaster also features two temperature settings, one low setting to warm croissants, muffins and more, and a second high setting for standard, crisp toasting. There's no better way to start off a morning than with a crispy bagel with cream cheese, and with the bagel button you can get precise single-sided toasting. For optimal toasting control, use the 10-setting variable control. Cleanup is a snap with the large removable crumb tray, you simply slide it out and dispose of the crumbs. If you need any new ideas on what to make with your toaster, it also comes with 16 recipe cards. With brushed aluminum body and no print finish, this toaster will not only complement your kitchen, but also make your mornings a bit more interesting.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 5.9 x 9.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0028Y4FWA
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: DTT312
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #204,897 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By D. Butler on August 15, 2010
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If you've done your homework with the reviews on the Amazon site, you know that you can buy a very decent toaster for under $30; so I resisted buying this one because of the price. But we've now toasted enough bagels, English muffins, and bread slices with the DeLonghi DTT312 that I'm convinced the higher price was worth it. You'll get precise control over how light or dark your bagel/muffin/slice comes out, provided that you take a few minutes and read the directions in the manual. It's a pain to give up and read the manual, but it can pay off. One example: look at the photo of the DeLonghi toaster in the Amazon listing: you'll see 4 buttons in a vertical array on the front panel of the toaster. If you want to toast a slice or two of bread, push the third button from the top. If you want to toast a sliced bagel, face the sliced surfaces to the front and push the second button from the top. DeLonghi evidently feels that only a barbarian would want both sides of a bagel to be toasted: when you push the "bagel" button, only the elements on the front side light up. Your bagel will be nicely toasted on the cut side, and untoasted on the bottom. But if you try the bagel setting on sliced bread, you'll see where some of the complaints of "uneven toasting" come from. Take a minute or two to read the instructions, pop in a couple of slices of bread or a sliced bagel, and you should be as happy as we are with this toaster.
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Grim Reaper on October 4, 2010
My wife and I have been on a, to date, futile search for a toaster which actually does what it is supposed to do, properly toast bread. We have purchased and tried/tested about 10 different toasters and they have all been, more or less, disappointments as toasters. It seems that toaster manufacturers are more interested in style and fancy electronic functions than in producing a toaster which properly toasts bread to various degrees of doneness evenly. Most toasters require toasting at maximum then, when that cycle completes, immediatley continuing with an additional cycle of somewhat shorter duration because the maximum setting is inadequate to produce dark but unburnt toast in one maximum setting cycle. I ascribe this problem to two causes, underpowered and wide slots which keep the heating elements too far from the sides of the bread.

When we came upon the DeLonghi DTT312, and saw how the slot is variable and that the heating element moves with the variance of the slot width, we thought we'd finally found a toaster which would properly do what it's supposed to do, toast. We were also impressed with the potential ability to heat and toast a variety of breads, bagels, buns, sandwiches, pannini, etc. I was a bit concerned that it is only 800W in Canada (the Kenwood brand in the U.K. is 1075W and its a lot cheaper there, as low as 25 British pounds) but, because the element on one side moves with varying the slot width, I thought that would compensate for the relatively low power/heat. Anticipating that we'd found the Holy Grail of toasters, we bought it. We were like expectant parents, the removal of the toaster from its box was like the birth of a baby with all the hopes for the toaster being successful. I plugged it in, it turned on with a gentle chime, its first sound.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Locoweed on August 5, 2010
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My attraction to this toaster was the adjustable width feature & that actually works pretty well. The down side is that this thing doesn't toast evenly . Each side has a band across the middle that gets toasted more than the top or bottom & it tends to burn the edges of the bread in this band. Also, one side is toasted at a much different level than the other side.

At this price level, I feel these issues make this toaster unacceptable.

On the plus side, it seems well constructed & the exterior stays cool.

I would not buy this again!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By s brill on December 1, 2010
We bought this very expensive toaster thinking that since the price was so high, so would be the quality. WRONG.

First time out of the box, all of the elements did not heat up at all it took 20 minutes of using the toast feature over and over to DRY the toast - it did not toast it. We did read the manual and did everything according to its instructions, it just did not work. When we called the company for refund, after asking the date code, they referred us to the manufacturer. We had to pay return to the manufacturer and then they sent a REMANUFACTURED item, not new.

Do not deal with DeLonghi brands they only send out "fixed" items. I expected new to replace new.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By KatyM on January 27, 2012
This is a toaster that is not simple, but for the toast lover, it is worth the cost and fuss!

My new DeLonghi toaster was bought on a whim, and so I was dismayed when my husband started reading negative reviews here on Amazon. I must say, he was expecting all sorts of sad toast stories.

Instead it has been wonderful. We are stuffing ourselves with pan nis created in the little holder and feasting on toast all the time. Crumpets come out soft and fluffy, English muffins (I like to toast them uncut) come out like steamy little pockets of goodness. Bread is magnificent, whether fancy or plain or full of fruit and nuts.

How do I achieve this goodness? Why, by fiddling around with the knobs and buttons. I find that crumpets do best on the lowest button at about three as we just like them warmed. I turn the knob up to a 4 or 5 for toast. I push the third button and keep it on about 3 for my English muffins. I keep it on low and turn it up higher for my incredibly delicious paninis.

The above do not directly correspond to the recommendations in the pamphlet, but of course, everyone's tastes are different so you will have the pleasure of experimenting.

My advice? Experiment and do not over think. If you are willing to burn a few pieces of toast to work out the best settings for your preferences, then you will grow to love your elegant, fancy toaster.
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