Cuisinart CPT-2000 2-Slice Long Slot Motorized Toaster
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- Cool-touch housing
- Led countdown feature
- Seven shade settings; enhanced bagel toasting
- Cancel and defrost options; Cord wrap
- Motorized lift (lever-less operation); extruded aluminum housing
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|Item Dimensions||9.12 x 6.12 x 18.12 in||16.5 x 7.7 x 8 in||7.7 x 14.9 x 7.5 in||8 x 16 x 5.8 in||8.75 x 16.25 x 8.5 in||15.5 x 8.1 x 8.2 in|
|Material Type||Aluminum||Zinc||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Chrome||Plastic|
Leave it to Cuisinart to make a toaster that saves space, looks fabulous, and makes the standard levera thing of the past! A motorized lift & lower feature moves items down or up with one light touch.Streamlined housing is virtually immune to fingerprints and fits in small spaces. And with LED shadeindicators counting down toasting time, and a one-sided bagel control, perfect results are guaranteed!
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We have been looking for a quality toaster for some time and finally decided on this gem. It is the best toaster I have ever owned.
1. The product is beautifully engineered. To send the toast down you simply slide down on a nob and the toast slowly submerges into the toaster. When it's done, flip the same nob up - and the toast slowly rises up. Cool points matter!
2. The toaster can handle large pieces of bread. This is a big plus as I have never had to worry about "will it fit"
3. The stainless steel pairs beautifully with other SS appliances. If you have white - it may clash. If you have black - it works well.
4. It makes really good toast. Consistently toasted - each and every time.
1. It's actually a lot larger than I thought it would be. While it is as slim as I thought it would be, it is far longer. As a reference, if you cut a loaf of bread from the store length-wise - you could probably fit the slice into the toaster.
2. It's not cheap. I eat toast a lot so I don't care. I need something that can stay out on the counter - so I rationalize the price that way.
Some other seem to have some quality issues. I have not encountered a single one and between my wife and I - the toaster gets used about 10-12 times a week.
Why would I order yet another one of these flaky toasters? Well, I'm always hoping that Cuisinart will figure out how to make a toaster that lasts. But the real reason is there's nothing else like it. The minute a competitor comes out with the same features, I'll switch. Meanwhile, this is what the toaster does have, causing me to once again fork over a ridiculous amount of money for a toaster:
1. Huge space for the toastee: you can fit in a piece approximately 10 inches long, 1.5 inches wide, and 4.5 inches deep. That is, there's almost nothing toast-like that won't fit into this toaster.
2. It toasts perfectly. No hot or cool spots top to bottom, side to side, front to back.
Other nice-to-haves that it does have: outside stays cool while toasting; easy to interrupt toasting to inspect progress; toast pops up quietly; decent appearance.
One recommendation: get a bamboo toaster tong, to fish around in the toaster or pick up hot toast--no danger of getting shocked.
Reading the reviews here I was initially quite hesitant to take the plunge. I've heard the motors can go out, it doesn't toast evenly, and it won't even fit two slices of bread. What a travesty!
Well, I've had this now for over two years and it still works just as well as the day I bought it. The motor still runs perfectly after near daily use.
I guess if you're looking for a toaster like this you're either looking for an aesthetic value or an economical footprint. My concern was more for the latter but I also liked the way this looked. I guess I was willing to try my luck with the hand of the toaster gods and take a leap of faith that it would accept my duo-toasting needs.
I'm happy to report this unit happily chomps up any two "standard" slices of bread I feed it. I say "standard" because it seems what used to be the norm (i.e. that bread that left you wondrous) has given way to some rather gluttonous leafy characters. Sure they may be satisfying when your in need of superior satiation but this is not what I think of when I think of "a slice of bread". This is like trying to take a foot-long hot-dog and make it onto a standard sized bun. I guess if you're primary bread habits consist of more "modern" cuts then you may want to stray from this.
Not only are we fraught with binary toasting bliss but those suckers come out nice and even. Okay, so complaint number two I have to squelch: uneven toasting. First of all, what are you comparing it to? I've had numerous lower priced toasters that do an okay job of toasting. If you're comparing this to that I'll plan that fifth peg on your Battleship and blow it right out of the water.
I submit that if every piece of bread you cut is absolutely perfect and even, you'll come out with a toast quality worthy of royalty. Unless you're Bruce Willis and Milla Jovovich is baking your bread products I doubt you'll ever attain that sort of perfection. For any mortal slice of glutinous, or even non glutinous, starchy food product I've never been more satisfied with the crisp to area ratio.
This is a solid, handsome looking toaster that can handle a couple pieces of average-sized bread products, bagel-sized too. It's slim, compact, cleans up nice, and affords plenty of room for your other appliances, or a prep space. I thought about giving it 4/5 stars for the space situation, but you know what? I didn't expect this to fit that. I'm reviewing the product on the merits of what's being advertised and to that end, this lives up to the hype.