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BLACK+DECKER 4-Slice Toaster, Traditional Square, Black with Stainless Steel Accents, TR1400SB
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- 4-Slice Toaster with Metal Exterior - The brushed stainless steel housing makes this toaster an attractive addition to your kitchen.
- Dual Independent Controls - Each side of the toaster is controlled by independent function buttons and timer knobs. Choose from bagel, frozen, and reheat options.
- Extra-Wide Slots - Toast bagels and thick artisan bread easily. The extra-wide toasting slots allow for a wide variety of breads, with self-centering guides that adjust to any thickness.
- Auto-Eject Crumb Trays - Keep the counter clean and the kitchen smelling fresh. Each side of the toaster has an auto-eject, removable crumb tray for fast and easy cleanup.
- Retractable Power Cord - Stay clutter-free with the retractable power cord, which stores conveniently inside the base of the toaster.
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From the manufacturer
Twice the Toasting
Double your toasting options today with the Black & Decker Four-Slice Stainless Steel Toaster. Dual independent controls allow you to briskly toast separate items to specification within the self-centering slots, while the removable crumb tray makes for quick cleanup. Even better, the retractable cord allows for easy transport and storage.
Dual Independent Control Panels allow you to adjust each slot independently. This is great for multiple breads and multiple preferences.
Choose from bagel, defrost, reheat, and cancel selections. One-touch functionality makes this toaster easy to use, no matter the order. Plus use the knob to select from six options how brown you want your toasting results to be.
Never get too close to the heat with a carriage that raises toasted items well above the threshold. You won't struggle getting your food out of the toaster thanks to this feature.
Wide Toasting Slots
The extra-wide design and self-centering feature of the toasting slots can evenly toast the biggest breads and bagels no problem.
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|Item Dimensions||10.75 x 11.5 x 7.62 in||12 x 12.3 x 8 in||13 x 12.7 x 8.5 in||11.4 x 12.5 x 8 in||7.56 x 12.24 x 10.59 in||11 x 12 x 9 in|
|Material Type||Aluminum||Aluminum||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||stainless steel||Stainless Steel|
Double your toasting options with the BLACK+DECKER 4-Slice Black/Stainless Steel Toaster! With dual independent controls, you can toast four slices of bread or four waffles at the same time to suit individual preferences. Select the bagel mode to toast your favorite bagels golden brown on the cut side and deliciously warm on the outside. Start your day out right with the trusted name in home appliances, BLACK+DECKER.
Top customer reviews
Last week, two months after buying it, the left two-slice mechanism stopped working. The tabs will not stay down and even when holding it manually, the entire side will not heat up. I am in the process of contacting the manufacturer regarding the warranty.
I understand this is a cheap toaster. But for only two months of operation, it really becomes expensive if it stops working.
I am very upset at the proposed solution to my problem. I contacted Black and Decker to ask about the warranty. They told me that this device is not actually manufactured by them, but by a company called Spectrum Brands.
Spectrum asked me for proof of purchase, which I sent them. They agreed that the toaster is under warranty and they said they will replace it. What angered me was how they propose to do this.
They want me to cut the end of the power cord with scissors, where the plug is, and send them this piece of cable. I also have to pay shipping and handling for the replacement unit--the S&H is about 20% of the original purchase price of the toaster. When they receive both things they will send me a replacement.
I think this is insulting. The only reason I can think of for asking for a piece of the cable is to prevent me from using the defective toaster I have now. I guess they do no trust me when I tell them that the toaster is defective, so they want to ensure that I don't keep using it as well as the replacement.
There are many problems with this, not the least of which is that repairing the cable with another plug would be trivial if I really wanted to steal a toaster form them.
For a toaster this cheap, I can't imagine going through any trouble to trick this Spectrum Brands company out of a toaster, a toaster that has proven to be of terrible quality.
Asking me to also pay shipping and handling is the cherry on top of the cake, in this case a rotten cherry on top of an 5-day-old cake that was left out of the freezer.
I am so annoyed at Black and Decker for first pretending to be the manufacturers of this toaster, and then asking a company I never heard from to deal with me and treat me this way.
I will not send back the plug nor the shipping and handling. When the part of the toaster that still works stops working, I will through it into the garbage. And I will never, ever buy anything from Black and Decker again.
What a shame that this used to be a reputable brand. Brand equity only goes so far. Quality products are what sustain a company.
- IT TOASTED EVENLY when toasting 4 slices. When toasting only 1 slice, I noticed it was not quite even.
- Retractable cord - nice idea.
- Simple controls
- Front access crumb trays
- It was $35...that's pretty cheap (but about right for a dang toaster...$180 models make me go pffffft.)
- 2 year limited warranty. So if it dies before 7/17/2016, I can call 1-800-231-9786 and tell them to send me a new one! (yes, this is my journal as well as my review. I'll even have my receipt since it's on Amazon orders page.)
- Mine wobbled when placed on a flat granite counter. I checked the counter with a precision straightedge, its the toaster. I messed with the feet on the bottom but couldn't improve it. Then I hung the toaster half over the edge of the counter, half on, at a diagonal and pushed down hard. It's a little better now, almost level. I can live with it but almost sent it back. But the damn thing toasted the bread evenly, a quest I have been on for 2 years so I kept it.
- The two sides don't toast the same on the same setting. I set both to 4 (mid point) and toasted 4 slices. Left side 2 slices were underdone, right side 2 slices were near perfect. Ok so I'll set one on 5 and one on 7 and I'll try again.
- Slots are wide enough but kind of short at 5 1/2 inches long. They work fine for "standard" square sandwich bread. And my usual wider bread just fits. But I know some specialty loaves are going to be a little too long.
- On the bottom, there are 4 "feet". Two are holes with a rubber plug that goes in. Two are just hard molded plastic. Why? Why not use the rubber feet all around? I've seen other appliances with this approach, and I don't get it at all. Just put 4 rubber feet on (spongy, no slide) or make them all hard plastic (slides easy). This approach doesn't give the best of both worlds.
- at first I thought the slots were too deep -- when the toast is done and pops, the top of the bread is still down in the slot - and I don't want to reach in there. Then I discovered this is MADE to lift the knobs on the front and will lift the toast about 2". Well, that works but why not just make it pop up higher? Pro? Con? Not sure.
BACKGROUND (FOR THOSE WHO LIKE TO READ)
It's a toaster. How hard can that be? Well...I'm 0 for 4 over the past 2 years on toasters. On the theory that China pumps these out with poor quality control and you have a 50% chance of getting one that works, I decided to try one more time with the cheap ones before moving on to one of the $180 specials to see if that could tackle the apparently impossible tasks of toasting my bread evenly and working for more than 6 months. This model had decent looking reviews, it's a 4 slice toaster wide enough for bagels and doesn't look too weird. Not crazy about the black but...ok...so...overnight shipped it and wala...toaster arrived. It works better than the $60 Kitchen Aid and Cuisinart models I've had, better than the $20 Bed Bath and Beyond no name, and better the Oster I bought at Lowe's for about $30. Of course that is $170 in toasters over the past couple years...plus this one at $35 + $6 overnight shipping. So if this one dies...maybe I'll bite the bullet and buy a $500 commercial toaster or a $180 "gourmet consumer" model. Or not.
Conclusion, decent toaster for $35...not perfect but does toast pretty well and that's its function. I'm more or less satisfied. 3 stars. If it didn't wobble and the sides toasted the same, then it would be 4, and if it always toasted evenly on both sides it would be 6. I orginally gave 4 stars, then downgraded to 3 when started toasting unevenly on day 2.