Kenwood TT756SL 2-Slice Radio Toaster with FM Radio
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- Extra-high lift lever safely brings toasted items to the ideal height for easy removal
- Slide-out crumb tray for easy cleanup
- Two extra-wide slots work in concert with self-adjusting bread grips to center bread for precise, double-sided toasting
- Electronic temperature sensor monitors temperature and adjusts toast timing for consistent toasting, batch after batch
- Easy-to-read thermostat control with 6 settings lets you toast to perfection
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BUT, I just keep in mind that it's a TOASTER first, and a radio secondarily. The radio controls are, ummm, primitive, but perhaps that is for a reason---all radios usually are affected by electrical appliances running close by to them, so maybe overcoming that interference necessitates the non-sophisticated radio controls. I do notice that when I run a blender nearby the radio transmission is silenced.
Let's face it, it's a gimmicky appliance. But I love it. I can have my radio on right by the stove while I'm cooking, and hear it well, and not bother someone watching TV in the next room. I've developed a great affection for the thing!!!
So. A terrific toaster. A so-so radio. A gimmicky gadget that is easy to love! :)
However, if you ONLY care about the practical aspects of this toaster, be aware that while it does a fine job of preparing toasted bread, it is only a a so-so radio. On the other hand, as an accent to a Space Age, modern or even a retro kitchen, this adds a unique touch.
Bottom line? I give it 5 stars for DESIGN, but only 3 for FUNCTIONALITY.
If you really want a great radio, stay away. The sound quality is lackluster, at best. Also, it can't be too safe to have a radio and a toaster combo, not with all the heating elements. I'd be a bit wary of using a radio/toaster combo every day. Maybe on occasion, though, especially as a conversation piece...
I assumed that coming from Kenwood, the radio would at least be a decent unit. Wrong.
This thing is merely a gag product, and the joke's on the buyer.
Second criteria is the amazing attractiveness of the toaster. Every guest who has come to our home has commented on the "vintage" toaster we have. Our kitchen is decorated in a 1940's style, and a few people have asked if the toaster was from the 1940's. Ummm. No. But the toaster is solidly made and nice to look at.
As far as the radio aspect goes... well, I have to tell ya; I didn't buy a toaster so I could dance to it. I bought a toaster to make bread brown and crispy, and I got a toaster that didn't look hideous at the same time. I'm satisfied. I don't know if the radio works, and I don't particularly care. When I want music, I turn to my iPod, when I want bread that is brown and crispy, I go to my toaster. Both look wonderful and do an exceptional job serving their partcular purposes. But if Steve Jobs announced a new iPod, where you stick bread in the dock, well... I might think those black turtlenecks were running a bit tight.
It is utter and complete junk. I feel really ripped off at 29 bucks....heaven help the people who paid 99.
I guess the Kenwood people just went along with it. The radio is the worst consumer radio I have ever heard! It sounds worse than a $3 transistor radio you might get at the Dollar store. That is not an exaggeration. It has no dial or station display - you just push the seek button untill you get a acceptable station. When you turn it off, it forgets and you start the process again. It is not a radio that you could actually functionally use - even to listen to the news while your breakfast bagel heats up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's cute as a puppy, makes decent toast but don't buy if you are looking for a good radio, but I love the look so I just won't turn on the radio.Published on March 8, 2014 by Teresa Dalton
Sometimes toast makes me want to dance, but in this day and age it is so hard to find music. Then comes along the toaster radio. Read morePublished on January 25, 2014 by Richard J Heby
What an awesome idea for a toaster! I listen to ESPN radio show MIKE and MIKE in the mornings and use this daily for breakfast and a easy way to catch up on sport news! Read morePublished on July 30, 2012 by Al Dodson
I was looking to replace my old Radio Toaster. After two years+, it started to burn my toasts a little. Read morePublished on May 27, 2009 by Broni B.
The attractive retro design is hard not to notice and usually gets a lot of "wows". People often don't recognize it at first as a toaster. Read morePublished on August 9, 2008 by Fernando Bernardes
Works great and but most of all it is very eye catching on the kitchen cabinet.Published on March 4, 2008 by Opallu
I was overwhelmed when I saw this Toaster Radio sitting on a shelf. Our office toaster had disappeared-- really. Did someone borrow it and forget to mention it? Read morePublished on September 29, 2007 by Sires
I thought that this was one of the silliest gifts I ever got until I made toast with it! My English muffins came out nicely browned, not dry or burnt and I did not have to push... Read morePublished on December 30, 2006 by Perfect Toast Seeker
Recently I needed a wedding gift for a family member. We thought this item would be fun to give this as a gag gift - every wedding needs a toaster. Read morePublished on December 26, 2006 by Keith Rule