Imagine a kitchen without a toaster. On this page, you’ll find all of the toasters that have met single slot 2 slice toaster stringent toast expectations. 40, but the very best toasters cost a lot more.
If you’re unsure which features you need, or should be looking for, then our buying guide below will give you a crash course in buying the perfect toaster – and trust us, it’s a little more complicated than it sounds. While that may work, there’s actually quite a few handy features on today’s toasters that are worth looking out for. Should I buy a 2 slice or a 4 slice toater? This is the first decision you need to make.
Unless you’re very tight on worktop space, or live alone, then we’d recommend a four-slice toaster. It makes busy breakfast times, or just trying to knock out beans on toast for two, that much easier. A single control means the timer is set for all four slots, fine if you all want your toast done the same way. What features should I look out for in a toaster?
Reheating toast is always a last resort, and effectively these reheat functions are just like setting the timer down very low. It’s useful in that it’s easier than twisting the dial right down and you don’t remember to adjust it back, but it’s hardly essential stuff. Most toasters also have a button for frozen bread. Again all this really does is add around a minute to the timer setting.
Again, it’s handy if you don’t want to adjust your timer control from its ideal setting and remember to turn it back again. Finally, we come to the bagel setting, which is becoming fairly common.