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Dualit 2-Slice Toaster, Chrome
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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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From the Manufacturer
- 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
Top Customer Reviews
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.
I purchased this toaster to replace a 40 plus years-old Mary Proctor toaster (very nice in its heyday). I was actually just looking for toasters that had an optional heating rack, since that option seems really good for defrosting buns and heating this really awful cheap pastry that my Dad loves. This toaster, kept coming up in my searches, but the horrid reviews foolishly keep me from delving further. I bought it and this is what I experienced.
This toaster has two simple knobs; the upper dial for the number and/or type of bread to be toasted and a lower dial for the time setting. Between the two knobs is an indicator light (an LED) showing if the heating elements are on or off. That's it. That is all it takes to use this toaster, but you need to SET BOTH EVERY time you use it.
If your interested in more details, these are the "quirks" I noted:
First, set how many toasts you are making; I have never had to do this before. For a two slicer it is 2, 1, or 0-like thingy for a bagel or English muffin. Of course, four slot toasters have up to 4 toast selections and a choice between 1 or 2 bagels). From reading the critical posts, I think this step is most often not known or missed by people. (If you set it for more or less toast, you get real uneven heating and toast.)
Second, the first slot to use/load is on the LEFT, so you need to load from there; again I never had to do this before either, it was always from the right.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Now, I realize that this toaster is not for everyone. If you want quick turbo toast or if you just want to push the button, walk away and wait for your toast to pop up... this is not your toaster. First of all, the does not have an automatic pop-up feature. Instead it has a timer and a manual lever. Secondly, it requires some watching. And, if you toast all different kinds of breads, as we do, from sourdough to multi-grain to pumpernickel -- there is a small learning curve for each type. For toast people, this is understood and that is why we love this toaster.
Again, the great advantage for those who like sprouted or whole grain breads or Russian or German crusty rye breads -- the Dualit does a supreme job on these breads, revitalizing the wonderful grain taste that the baker intended. If you just want toasted Wonderbread, I'm sure it would do a great job, but you may jsut want to run down to Wal-Mart and get the one that's the best deal.
One drawback for some is while the slot size is adequate for standard breads and those a sliced a little thicker, it does not handle a thick sliced bagel or bread, but I'm not convinced that other standard toaster would handle these slices either -- so it does compete on the same level for bread thickness.
And I like the way it looks too. We have the chrome one and it cleans up well and serves as an attractive appliance... not many good looking toasters out there... this one is a real babe.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great toaster! I've wanted this for years. Absolutely love how it's able to toast just the cut side of the bagel.Published 24 days ago by G. S. Nagamine
If you are reading this you are probably not worthy of owning one. Typical purchasers of these products don't care what others think. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J Lance Miller
I always wanted the "Top of the Line" toaster and was so excited to get it. In reality, aside from the attractive exterior design, the mechanics of it are far inferior. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SoCal_Gal
We replaced our older Dualit after 20 years hard use. We love it.Published 2 months ago by Russell Ybarra
Great toaster, worth the extra money. It toasts very evenly and great for bagels.Published 2 months ago by Patrick R
I was lucky enough to snag this at a yard sale for about a fifth of the price. I mainly liked it because it was yellow but the seller kept telling me what a great toaster it was so... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pinatas=Empty Promises
Here's my review of the 4-Slice version, much of which applies to the 2-Slice version...
There's no denying this has retro appeal in your kitchen. Read more
I love this toaster. It's built like a brick. The analog controls, extra wide slots are great for toasting a variety of thick-sliced breads. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mr. X