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EDUCATIONAL VALUE: Here, the Inflatable Toast earned all 5 stars. Let's face it, when you have a classroom or lecture hall full of students who are there to learn about toast... and you only have an hour of class time with them... you don't want to waste precious minutes waiting on a traditional toaster to do its magic. This situation calls for the convenience of Inflatable Toast.
DURABILITY: Another area where the Inflatable Toast really shines. For those occasional laundry day mishaps, when you forget that you have a piece of toast in your pocket... and let's face it, who hasn't been there? I found that this product holds up far better than real toast in this situation.
FUN: Here is where the product loses big points. I had to give it a one star rating for fun. Sure, it was a blast for the first few days, but after the novelty wore off... I just didn't enjoy playing with it as much. Just being honest.
In closing, if you have an extra $1.72 just laying around... and you don't already have some Inflatable Toast, this product may be for you. Just don't expect it to take the place of your X-Box as a long term entertainment solution.
For example, you may be duped into thinking this toast will fit into a standard-sized toaster slot, but it will not. Not unless it's partially deflated first, which of course defeats the entire point of having inflatable toast.
There is no clear warning that the inflatable toast should not be used in a toaster. While there is a small warning on the package, as pointed out to me by one of the firemen, it's certainly not easy to read when the house is filling with smoke and toxic fumes are stinging your eyes -- the EXACT time when the information might be most handy. The warning should be quite clear about the pool of flaming vinyl that may spill out of the bottom of your crumb tray, and especially warn about trying to remove the inflatable toast with a butter knife in the early stages of the fire without first turning off the toaster.
The packaging also does not mention that the product can only be used once in this manner, so when I move to a new house and get a new toaster I'll have to purchase a COMPLETELY NEW slice of inflatable toast. Well, four slices, since I'll use this as an opportunity to upgrade to a four-slice toaster. When life gives you lemons, make toast, I always say!
Only a fool would not always keep this item close to hand.
I assumed that this inflatable toast would come with its own pump....even though it was not mentioned in the product description. Naturally, I was quite dismayed when I opened the box and discovered that there was no pump.
In the box was a cello package containing the deflated toast and a small card printed in Chinese (Mandarin).
Even though I read Chinese (Mandarin), this product comes with precious little product information. Practically no instructions, just a lucky number and a "fortune". If I had not already been familiar with a few other inflatable products, I would have been at a complete loss!
At first I tried to use the pump I received with my inflatable air mattress, but that proved impossible as the valve of the toast was far too small for the Aerobed pump.
After much searching around my sizable pump collection, I eventually decided to jerry rig the rechargeable pump I received with the "Inflatable Peanut Butter" I purchased from Amazon several years ago. I would have used the pump that came with my "Inflatable Bacon Lettuce and Tomato" but that required re-charging for 16 hours and I was understandably anxious to get going. So with the peanut butter pump valve coupling altered with two paper clips, a yellow scrunchie and a sippy straw, I attempted to inflate the toast.
Within seconds there ensued an explosion of great magnitude! I had no idea that there was no shut off valve and the toast could easily overinflate. Not only were my eyebrows singed but there were hundreds of toast bits throughout my kitchen. Flying pieces of crust became missiles of mass destruction. The odor of burnt toast pervaded the entire neighborhood. The EPA was called. Reports were filed. I had to pay a fine.
It was a total disaster.
I do not recommend this product! Try the "Inflatable Saltine" or "Wheat Thin". They are much safer bets.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wish to voice my extreme displeasure with your product. After ANOTHER unexpected trip to the Emergency Room (but then, aren't ALL trips to the emergency room... Read more
Given that the commenter from July 2009 paid $1.72, up to $2.99 a year and a few months later, and is now $7. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
An Excellent Educational Tool for reminding some people , "What side their BREAD is buttered on !!!Published 13 months ago by Charlotte Mason
I have always had that age old problem of lugging a whole loaf of bread with me everywhere I go in case I fancy some toast. Read morePublished on July 28, 2014 by Smudge Dogg
NOWHERE in the instructions did it say to toast it uninflated. Nowhwere. I'm really disappointed. I will never buy self-inflatable toast again.Published on April 19, 2014 by Ackbarftw
My sister was diagnosed with Celiac's Disease some time ago and can no longer eat her beloved toast. Since I bought her Inflatable Toast, she has been much happier! Read morePublished on March 12, 2014 by Peter Strother
Shipwreck at breakfast? I was glad I had mine when my sailboat was cut in half on a foggy San Pedro Channel morning by a speeding container ship. Read morePublished on February 12, 2014 by David Forster