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Dualit 25371 Lite 2-Slice Toaster, Red

by Dualit

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  • 900-watt 2-slice toaster housed in durable polypropylene and stainless steel
  • Variable browning-control dial; "bagel" and "defrost" buttons
  • Auto-adjusting extra-wide slots; neon indicator light; high-lift mechanism
  • Peek-and-pop function for checking the status; slide-out crumb tray
  • Measures approximately 10-3/5 by 6-2/3 by 8 inches; 1-year limited warranty


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 7 inches ; 3.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000278YUO
  • Item model number: 25371
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #364,182 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The new Dualit Lite toaster is a combination of simplicity and style, with its array of features, Dualit quality and design makes this toaster on of the best in its class, and it comes in four great colors, this one is Red. Each slot is extra wide and automatically adjusts to accommodate bagels, buns and muffins. There is also a high lift mechanism for easy removal of small items. There is also the Neon light that glows during toasting process or flashes when toasting buns. With it¿s polished stainless steel cover, high polish polypropylene body, the many features and design of the new Dualit toaster will please all.

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It's beautiful, and simple, and makes great toast.
Anne
Fortunately, no grief..just a decent toaster doing what it should do!
David Overoye
Toast a little disappointed, one side toasts more than the other.
J. White

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By AR Pokie Puppy on January 2, 2010
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I bought this toaster (in red) in December of 2004. I have had it now for 5 years. I have come to realize that a toasters 'toasting evenness' relies greatly on the working order of the heating coils from day one. Every single coil does not always work on most toasters. Mine were never perfect (I can see some coils not glowing inside)though the coils that are not glowing do not appear to greatly effect the final toast evenness on my toaster (thank goodness, it did cost me $90!). That said, I have also noticed that none of the working coils seem to have died after 5 years of use. That's good. I have noticed that if I go for very light toasting it shows more, but the lighter parts seem to be only on the inside of the slices. If I flip it over & do it for a hand full of extra seconds, I can counter act the unevenness at the very light setting (barely toasted). Since I never toast that lightly, it has not effected me at all. I do like my toast completely browned, but on the lighter side. No dark toast for us. I have to set my toaster to 2 and 1/2. The dial goes to 8, which seems odd to me. Maybe for frozen stuff? If I am toasting something thicker and more uneven surfaced (English muffin) I often flip it over when it pops and toast it a little longer, then pop the release up when I think it's done. It always seems to work. Since I toast 90 % of everything at the current setting, why bother changing it. I love the color and feel of it and it cleans up easy. It has toasted the same way for 5 years. The only 3 bad points I have to mention are the fact that the rubbery red end surface has developed a crack in it. The crack showed up some time last year. It isn't noticeable unless you are standing there waiting for your toast and staring at it (ha), so I ignore the crack as it works the same as always.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David Overoye on January 26, 2010
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Finally a decent toaster. Predictable. Browns like its supposed to. No surprises.
After battles about spending "that much money" on a toaster that "i could buy at target for $15"...I held my ground...said I had to have one that would work, and work well. No more burned toast, or pushing the lever down 5 times to get it to cook. My mornings would be happy again..if only i had a good toaster to wake up to.

I put my reputation on the line..and the toaster delivered..(whew!). Can't imagine how much grief I would have gotten if it didn't work well "you spent that much on a toaster that doesn't even work!" Fortunately, no grief..just a decent toaster doing what it should do!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sleepy Jim on July 10, 2011
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Mysteriously, after not working for a number of weeks, our faulty little red Dualit toaster came back to life, an we've never had a problem since -- glad we hung onto it. Can't explain its miraculous resurrection. So, never mind (and, so sorry, Dualit!). It's cute AND makes great toast, BTW.

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We ordered a red Dualit 25371 Lite 2-slice toaster from Amazon in July 2009. It is constructed of red plastic and stainless steel. Today (July 10, 2011) it decided to malfunction. The little lever with the red ball on the end will no longer remain in position after pressing it down, so it no longer will hold the toast down and power the heating element- which means that it will no longer toast the bread unless we hold the lever down by hand until the toast is brown and then let it spring back by itself. Everything else about this toaster is just fine, but it is nearly useless without a functioning switch. At about $90.00, and a two-year life, it made toast for $45.00/year. Too bad it died after its one year warranty period. This toaster is cute, expensive, and didn't last long in a house of two adults and no children. It will now have to go the county landfill (which is nearly full), and I have been thinking about sending it back to the UK and let Dualit put it in their landfill. I have to wonder if the more expensive Dualit toasters use the same switch that will break after only two years of light use? We purchased the Dualit Lite toaster based on the reputation of Dualit's more expensive toasters. We must now look for another toaster to replace the Dualit (we have chosen the Cuisinart CPT-120 Electronic Cool Touch 2-Slice Toaster, at Amazon, for $26.99, which has a 3-year warranty).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By just_call_me_Joe on November 29, 2009
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I have had this toaster for well over 4 or 5 years now...its still going strong ..i probably would have bought 3 or more 15 dollar toasters by now...it works as advertised...really like that if the toast or whatever isnt done you can just push the lever down again and it will continue to toast...you dont have to wait for it to cool down....as far as toasting...it works pretty well....fact is..if bread is uneven nothing is gonna toast an uneven slice of bread evenly....thats common sense...the bagel button works nice. This feels like a well made product... looks really cool....the chrome plating is done nice...and the plastic dosent look cheap at all...i got the red one. This is the longest any toaster has lasted for us and i get the feeling that its gonna be a hard one to kill....lol.....your milage may vary...but i think its worth the price.
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