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Waring WT200 Professional 2-Slice Toaster, Brushed Stainless Steel

3.1 out of 5 stars 314 customer reviews
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  • Adjustable shade control and cancel function
  • Defrost and Bagel LED indicator lights
  • Commercial-style brushed stainless steel housing
  • Self centering 1.3 inch wide toasting slots with removable crumb tray
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Style Name: 2-Slice

Now you can enjoy English muffins, toast, breakfast toaster pastries- even bagels- toasted to perfection, thanks to the self-centering toast slots, adjustable shade control and the special Bagel control that toasts on just one side. Designed with 1.3"- wide toasting slots, this toaster is ideal for thick slices of artisanal breads. Watch frozen items like waffles or bread heat up in a flash with the Defrost function. The high-lift carriage feature means you never have to struggle to remove your toast, and the removable Crumb Tray makes cleaning a breeze. Commercial-style brushed stainless steel housing fits into even the most sophisticated kitchen!

Product Information

Style Name:2-Slice
Product Dimensions 8.9 x 13.2 x 10 inches
Item Weight 5 pounds
Shipping Weight 5 pounds
Manufacturer Waring
ASIN B0036FRRS4
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Item model number WT200
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3.1 out of 5 stars 314 customer reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #113,671 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#266 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Ovens & Toasters > Toasters
Date first available at Amazon.com March 21, 2010

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By Canis Majoris VINE VOICE on September 14, 2010
Style Name: 4-Slice
This was purchased at a local department store, and as I was comparing this toaster to others in similar price ranges: Oster, Black and Decker, I needed to find a specific aspect of the Waring Pro WT400 that justified the most expensive price tag there. There needed to be something that could be picked out on the display models that said to me: "this is the better one at least because...". I would not have bought it otherwise.

So as I am writing you this review, I guess it is obvious that there was something that I picked out because I did indeed buy it. As I was feeling around these couple of toasters, they all had the same weight, and aside from the stainless steel covering of the Waring, looked pretty alike in their basic functions. However, there were a few things that were noticeably of a higher quality on the Waring, and thus justified the higher price tag for me. They were the metal housing on the inside of the toaster and the metal holsters that clamp against the bread you insert in. The difference was that on the other toasters, any pressure on these two things by my fingers would cause them to bend in, whereas on the Waring, there was no bending on either of them, even from fairly hard pressing. For me, where there is going to be prolonged heat numerous times during the life of the toaster, I felt that a thicker metal would be more conducive to a longer lasting toaster. Usually if you are paying more money for something you expect: "More Money = Better Parts", and in this case that seemed to be where the extra money was going.

As you can see by the picture, it is fully stainless steel, with a Bagel and a Defrost button.
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Don't hesitate to buy this toaster. It is great quality, stainless steel throughout with no cheap plastic sides like so many stainless models. It toasts evenly with light to dark dial. It has a very nice defrost feature which actually defrosts, not toasts.Wide slots for bagels with a bagel toasting feature that will toast inside but not exterior of the bagel. It is a bit large and industrial looking, which I like. A really well made stainless steel toaster at a reasonable price.
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We bought this toaster based on the good reviews on Amazon. We were not disappointed. The toast is toasted evenly and we have been pleased.
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Waring walks on water. I've been thru a couple of toasters recently. I had a Dualit piece of junk expensive self destructive toast launcher (read my other reviews) which was replaced with a Hamilton Beach Michael Graves/Target 20 buck toaster. Then along came Waring. This toaster is built like a tank - sort of. After putting it thru 2 cycles empty to burn it clean, I waited about 15 minutes for it to cool down. In went 4 slices of Pepperidge Farm plain old white bread. Both browning dials were set about 1/3 of the way towards dark. Looking down inside the toaster while it cooks, it appears that not all 8 of the heating panels are doing the same job. A small number of the elements are not as bright, or even lit. POP! Up came 4 identically toasted pieces of bread. I haven't seen 4 identical slices of toast since my Mom used one of those old plate and wire thingies on top of a gas stove back in the 50's.
My Bride says she wants some muffins, yes Dear, says I. I didn't touch the bowning selectors but got beautiful muffins anyway. Simply stated, this toaster toasts, and does it very well. I'll do bagels soon and report back.
Stay tuned, I like to report on products over their lifetime.
Happy toasting!!!
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We previously owned a T-Fal toaster and it was good. This exceeds the quality by far! It toasts perfectly! Looks great on the counter. It's heavy build adds to the ease of use. No more sliding around!! Buy it you won't regret it!
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Style Name: 4-Slice
I should have been more careful, I usually research my purchases fairly thoroughly prior to purchase, but this was an impulse purchase. It looked nice out of the box, and worked reasonably well for about four months, though many of the other defects noted by other reviews were already apparent (uneven toasting, takes up too much counter-space, a cumbersome "cancel" procedure). But whatever, it worked. Then, one day, the spring no longer would keep the toast in place for the two right hand pieces. But we could still use this large, ungainly device as a toaster for two pieces at a time, rather than four. But now, about six months after purchase, the spring that held the two pieces of toast on the left side also also stopped working. So the toaster is a complete loss, we threw it out, and I believe this is a highly defective piece of merchandise. I doubt we toasted more then three of four dozen pieces of bread in the entire time we owned the thingl
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I have had this toaster for 6 months and am finally dissatisfied enough to write a review. It has several annoyances. One is, it's big. Plan on dedicating a square foot of counter space to this thing. I have 6"x6" ceramic tiles for my kitchen counter top, and trust me, it covers 4 of them. Second is, it's a 2 step toaster. Before you can push the handles down, you have to wind the darkness knob to the right. Now, you "could" just leave it there, but you won't because to get the toast to pop early, (admit it, you pop toast early) you have to wind the darkness knob all the way to the left. The next time you use it you'll put the bread in and press it down ... guess what? It won't stay down until you set the darkness again. Sounds like a minor annoyance until you realize how many times you pop toast up early simply by lifting the handles. You can't pop it up early by lifting the handles like every other toaster on planet earth. You have to use the darkness knob. But the biggest problem with this toaster is, it is S-L-O-W. The reason, and this is probably why it's so big, is the heating elements are far from the toast. The heating elements around the toast glow orange hot, while the ones near the toast barely have a faint glow. This is no doubt some sort of safety thing dictated by insurance companies to keep us from burning our houses down, but what it ends up doing, aside from taking forever to toast, is it dries the toast out to the consistency of a roof shingle. It basically bakes the bread a second time with (very) indirect heat instead of toasting like a broiler, like a good toaster should.Read more ›
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