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Dualit 2-Slice Toaster, Chrome

by Dualit
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List Price: $280.00
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  • Extra-wide, 28-mm slots accommodate a variety of bread products
  • Award-winning ProHeat elements increase toasting efficiency and element longevity
  • Ejector system keeps toast warm until the ejector lever is pushed up
  • Removable crumb tray; adjustable rear foot
  • Switch-system controls the degree of browning
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Dualit 2-Slice Toaster, Chrome + Dualit 00499 Sandwich Cage + Warming Rack
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Product Details

Color: Chrome
Product Manual [112kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 11.7 x 10.2 x 10.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00009NROG
  • Item model number: 20293
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,010 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Chrome

From the Manufacturer

The Dualit Vario Toaster combines simplicity and sophistication perfectly. With extra-wide, 28-mm slots to accommodate a Sandwich Cage and the award-winning ProHeat elements, a patented design that increases toasting efficiency and element longevity. Also features a removable crumb tray and an adjustable rear foot. Manually operated, the Dualit toaster features switches to control the degree of browning and an ejector system, which means that the toast does not pop up, but stays warm until the ejector lever is pushed up.

Specifications:

  • Capacity: 1 or 2 slices
  • Output per hour: 65 slices
  • Loading (kW): 1.2
  • Dimensions (cm): 26 x 21 x 22
  • Weight (kg): 3.5

Product Description

The Dualit Classic NewGenToaster combines simplicity and sophistication perfectly. With extra wide 28mm slots to accommodate a Sandwich Cage and the award winning ProHeat elements, a patented design which increases toasting efficiency & element longevity, every toaster has a removable crumb tray and an adjustable rear foot. The Warming Rack is adjustable to work with any of the Dualit Classic Toasters and is exceptionally useful for warming items up with out having to put them into the toaster itself. The sandwich cage which has a built in drip tray, can be purchased as an accessory. DUALIT worldwide sells one sandwich cage and a warming rack with every toaster sold.


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Customer Reviews

The number to call for warranty service provided with the product was disconnected.
Los Gatos Cat
It's extremely well built, simple to use, toasts very nicely and the look far surpases my expectations.
Brandi
Overall, the toaster is a little on the pricey side, but I think it's worth every penny.
D. McGrath

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

98 of 103 people found the following review helpful By jrubi02 on March 18, 2004
Color Name: Chrome Verified Purchase
My husband is very very picky about his toast. I can honestly say that we went through more than 10 toasters of various prices - high and low - half of them made unacceptable toast - and half of them broke while making unacceptable toast - and then we found the Dualit. This was about 5 years ago - in a true panic, I thought I would just go out and buy the most expensive toaster there was - and found this one at williams-sonoma. Sticker shock, but I've recommended it since, to everyone who toasts. And it has made perfect toast since the day we bought it.
It's great - it is really easy to clean. There is no relying on electronics to decide how toasted the bread is - you figure it out and you know forever - about 2 minutes for a piece of toast for wheat bread from the fridge into cold toaster - if second round of toast and toaster is hot, cut it by 25%. The little ticking sound while it's fixing your perfect toast is nice to keep you remembering that you have toast - and when the ticking stops (no cha-ching), you know you are ready.
I have zero regrets and hundreds of absolutely perfect toasting experiences. And we paid full price - this was before amazon got into this market. Dualit is the best toaster in the world -and me? - I am the toaster queen.
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61 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Raoul on January 3, 2009
I wanted to love this toaster. My partner and I are fans of timeless, hands on appliances (Rancilio for example), and I thought this appliance would be perfect. I read the reviews on Amazon.co.uk, which warned of fire hazzard, poor build quality and cheap timers, unlike the Dualits of yesteryear. All true, I realized, as soon as this toaster arrived. The timer IS cheap and annoying, and after a few uses it began stopping in the middle of the cycle, leaving the elements still heating. We had to make sure to unplug this potential tragedy after every use. In addition, the toast was nothing a $20 model couldn't master. Aside from the hefty weight and the beauty, it just seemed like I'd succumbed to overpriced hype. But wait! Williams Sonoma sells a "New Gen" model with electronic timer, wider slots, and a bagel setting. I was skeptical, thinking it was just a modern redo with a trashy retro result. But I was so wrong. The WS model took an evolutionay approach, modernizing the controls, speeding warmup, increasing safety, and is superbly built. It works like a charm and feels like it will last forever. Worth every penny of its considerable purchase price. In addition, I was told at the store it would be guaranteed for life. Buy the Williams Sonoma model: it makes great toast (and bagels), is safe and of higher quality, and it's evolutionary design makes the regular model an obsolete, overpriced novelty.
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Howright on March 13, 2006
Color Name: Chrome
I love my Dualit!

Our old toaster died one Sunday morning so Monday I started searching for a new one. We had a Cuisanart - and I had planned on buying the same brand of toaster maybe just a 4 slot version until I read the reviews. The one that was on sale at the local department store (for $100)got miserable reviews on Amazon, so I searched and searched and searched and the only toaster that got consistantly good reviews is the Dualit.

I ended up purchasing a refurbished Dualit on another website for about half the price. I'm not one to skimp on kitchen appliances or gadgets, but spending over $200 on a toaster seemed a bit extreme. Now that I've received it I've decided it's worth every penny. If it breaks tomorrow, I'd definitely run right out and spend pay full price to replace it.

I love the fact that operates completely different than any other toaster out there. It's best to preheat it - but once you do you can put in pieces of bread one right after another with consistant results. None of the problems you have w/American toasters when they get heated where the first piece is perfect, the next is too light, and the next comes out more like a piece of bread and so on.

The other thing I love is the fact that you raise and lower the bread when the timer goes off, versus the American toasters where you push the toast down to activate the toaster. That stupid push button/latch mechanism has been the death of every toaster I've ever owned. I was playing with a couple of the Cuisanarts at the department store and on both units it was broken - just from store use, let alone actual use!

Now back to the price again.
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 24, 2003
Color Name: White
THE FULL STORY
I first encountered a Dualit toaster while staying at the Ritz Carlton in Hong Kong. The hotel provided an enormous buffet, part of which included a big basket of breads that could be toasted. The hotel's 4-slice Dualit was in constant use. I was impressed both by its uncomplicated design and its ability to make toast in about a minute (much to the dismay of several hotel guests, who left a slice inside too long and came back to find it was black!)
First, the looks. The Dualit is sleek. Although they come in colors, the traditional model is shiny stainless steel. The controls are simple - a toggle switch (which controls whether the heating elements turn on for 2 slots or all 4 slots) and a timer. It is somewhat retro looking and very solid. Although I am not a big fan of keeping appliances on the counter, I make an exception for the Dualit. Note: If you have limited counterspace, the Dualit may not be for you. It definitely takes up more space than your average toaster.
Now, the function. The Dualit is extremely simple compared to your average plastic, bank-freebie model. There is no spring loaded "pop-up" feature like on most modern toasters. Instead, you put the toast in the slots and move a small lever on the front of the machine, which lowers the toast into the toaster. When the toast is done (or if you want to sneak a peak), you push the lever back in the other direction and raise the toast back up.
The only knob is a timer, which is based on minutes (rather than the light/medium/dark settings that most toasters have). After you lower the toast, you set the timer and wait for the bell. If you want the toast to stay warm, you can leave it in.
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