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KitchenAid KMT423OB 4-Slice Toaster with One-Touch Lift/Lower and Digital Display - Onyx Black
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- Extra-wide 1 1/2-inch slots
- LCD display with digital progress bar
- Bagel, Defrost, and Reheat buttons
- One Touch Control - Raises and lowers bread on demand even in the middle of cycle
- All-metal construction
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|Color||Onyx Black||Brushed Stainless Steel||Onyx Black||Brushed Stainless|
|Material||Metal||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions||8.3 inches x 11.5 inches x 13 inches||7.3 inches x 11 inches x 10.25 inches||8.3 inches x 11.5 inches x 12.5 inches||8 inches x 12.5 inches x 11.4 inches|
|Item Weight||1 pounds||5.5 pounds||8 pounds||6.1 pounds|
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After years of cheap toasters and expensive toaster ovens we had practically forgotten how nice a proper toaster was. This unit not only lowers and raises neatly, but it also holds the bread perfectly centered. Toasting is even and done at the right speed. Any faster and the interior of the bread would not be heated enough. "Fast" toasters always have this issue, but some folks don't care so long as it's crispy and looks toasted. Longer toast times will dry most breads out, as with many toaster ovens. A setting of 4 is just right for most toast lovers. The unit stays cool and the display counts down on a segment meter to show you the progress. Is the toasting done evenly? Yup, or about as even as I might expect. In fact I don't think I've seen toast done more evenly anywhere, but anyone measuring the geometry of toasted corners with a spectro-meter may choose to differ.
The beep is loud when done, probably so I can hear it if I've wandered off to get the butter from the car. Since no one sleeps in the kitchen we haven't too many bleary eyed complaints about toaster-noise. Our microwave also beeps and keeps beeping if you don't open the door at the end of a cycle. Our pricey toaster-oven beeps just as much as this toaster. Our oven also beeps. I don't think the fridge beeps, but it moans on occasion. I suppose if I set them all off together I might be able to create a appliance concert to wake the house and set the dogs howling.
I can cook two eggs over-easy and the toast is ready on setting 4 at about the same time the eggs are. I don't know who needs toast faster, but perhaps they should get up earlier. Keep in mind that different breads toast differently.Read more ›
The auto up and down features work well. No more toast jumping out of the toaster. I have read other reviews complaining of the beep informing you of the toast being done. This is no different than my microwave or coffee maker's beep notification. It is not overly loud or long. Just a nice notification beep.
Like all modern toasters with wider slots, the heating elements are further away from the toast, and I suspect the safety requirements have changed, so it takes longer to toast than with my Sunbeam, but it toasts evenly. Unfornately, longer toasting time means slightly drier toast, but it is still good. I've only used mine twice for toast so far. 5 was too dark. I used 4 this morning, which wasn't bad, but I think I'll try 3 next time. It may make the toast a little less dry.
KitchenAid should be touting this toaster, but they just now put the 2 slice version on their website. I emailed them (twice) to ask about it, and they said they did not want to compete with their retailers.Read more ›
The heating wires really don't glow red except if you look at them in the dark. This sort of design is meant to use a lower temperature to get a more even "toasting" vs. the glowing red, quick toasting variety. The idea on this unit is that the entire heating surface becomes warm versus just the wires. The heating wires are flush against their mounting surface. I think this contributes to durability of the heating elements and safety. The unit does a pretty good job of toasting evenly. The bread itself is a factor in this area.
The mechanism that raises and lowers the bread is very smooth and dependable utilizing two low rpm servo motors that quietly move the toast rack up and down on rails. The servo doesn't spin like a motor so they will last a very long time. The unit appears to be well built and the electronics are well made. There are four circuit boards in the unit. Two with relays, one for each set of slots to control the heating elements, motors and one sounder-beeper. There is also one for the display and one for the controls. There is one IC that supplies the brains. In order to open the unit you would use a regular slotted screwdriver that you've cut a notch in the center of to fit the security screws (Dremel tool grinding wheel).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy to adjust temp, but does not toast perfectly evenly on both sides. Would be nice if you could disable the "ready" beeping as it wakes up the rest of the house in the... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Troy
Arrived in a cardboard box, no kitchen aid packaging, no instructions, damaged, fingerprints all over it, and I think it was used. We found a small food spot on it. Read morePublished 23 days ago by just joe
One half broke after a year and a half (quit toasting one side of the bread). Never was very good at toasting evenly.Published 25 days ago by Mary
I love this toaster - looks fantastic and makes perfect toast. Time will tell how long the honeymoon will last.Published 1 month ago by Mitch Hannah
Love the toaster although it does take a fairly long time to toast a piece of bread.Published 1 month ago by T. Stewart
It is a little slow, very noisy, and does not toast evenly. But it does toast 4 and of various sizes.Published 2 months ago by Inez
Little slower than a usual toaster but really does a great job.Published 2 months ago by Daniel R Fowler