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Asda Sandwich Toaster, £3.00

£3.00 @ George (Asda George)
Another one of Asda's cheap electric deals (after the kettle), i know no one uses one of these nowadays, but for £3, i think we can we should make it a national past time. Anyway, a sandwich toaster.
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Another one of Asda's cheap electric deals (after the kettle), i know no one uses one of these nowadays, but for £3, i think we can we should make it a national past time. Anyway, a sandwich toaster.
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#1
they do make a pleasant change and a good sandwich, i think i'll get one tomorrow as a spare.:-D
#2
are these also available in store at this price?
#3
dont suppose the plates are removable and dishwashable?

not that im lazy! :)
#4
Buy cheap ones like this and bin them after a while.

I find they are difficult to keep clean and they lose their coating after a while and everything sticks to it,when that happens i throw it out!
#5
its Marc
dont suppose the plates are removable and dishwashable?

not that im lazy! :)


yeah! and if you tell it what sandwich you want it magics it together lol:roll:
#6
I still use my Breville, its great but often burns my tongue.
#7
renown
yeah! and if you tell it what sandwich you want it magics it together lol:roll:


I was gonna ask that but didnt wanna push my luck, awesome ...... im off to asda! :whistling:
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I still use my Breville, its great but often burns my tongue.


a handy tip would be not to put your tongue in it then andy! .... just put sarnies in, even I know that!
#9
For £3 you could just throw it away when it gets dirty.... :)
#10
This product is landfill. Sorry.
#11
it'll probably toast itself after a few meals
#12
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I still use my Breville, its great but often burns my tongue.

Don't think you're ment to lick them ;-)
banned#13
I bought a sandwidge toaster from a supermaket for around this price last year. I stopped using it cause from first use the thing litrually melted itself when cooking, after one use the device has started to melt at the edges and go a bit brown and malformed, and smoke a bit. Crazy.

Do not know why they allow those things to be sold, the cheap ones are obviouslly using a cheap plastic and build that cant handle the heat.
#14
inside101
Don't think you're ment to lick them ;-)


:thumbsup:

Tempted to get one of these, but got a George Foreman lying about somewhere which i guess can do the same thing:whistling:
#15
Woo hoo gona pick on up .. Ta
#16
brevilles............with a filling hotter than the sun
good old toasties . eat the filling. bin the crust

better than a ripoff pannini anyday
#17
cold, buying cheap junk is never a good idea.
#18
BlackAle
cold, buying cheap junk is never a good idea.


cheap junk is mostly rebranded labeled stuff:thumbsup:
banned#19
thanks going to pick one up. perfect for those late night snacks after the pub
#20
Argh, I was in Asda yesterday!!!
#21
i hope if anyone does throw it away that they take it to WEEE
http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/business/topics/waste/32084.aspx
#22
Some sandwiches in Asda cost more than this.
#23
they are not selling them in store for that price is only on line they are £9.95 in store and to order it its £4.95 del charge
#24
I have one at work that I paid a quid for in a charity shop years ago, so about due a new one:)

Thanks for this. H&R added
#25
I already have 1 but will add heat. They might be hard to clean but them cold nights when you have just got in and want something hot but haven't been shopping yet. Fill them with cheese and ham, beans and sausage, egg mayo and baco chips etc... We got ours from Asda last year and paid nearly 3 times more. We do also have a giant George Foreman grill but they tend to squash the living daylights out of a toastie and dont seal the edges. Oh talking about rip off paninis, the Co-op does packs of 4 for £1.19 and you can make your own.
#26
At work we have a Tomado (Dutch store's own electrical brand) toasty machine that looks identical to this one, which must be three or four years old and is used almost every day. It's still going strong (though sod's law will probably dictate it's demise shortly after this post). I don't understand the cold votes because something is too cheap :?

Dave
#27
Love to toast those pre-prepared sandwiches that are sold almost everywhere these days, makes them much more interesting. On a side note, these could be low cost tools to heat other stuff too.

good deal!
#28
gazthejambo
are these also available in store at this price?


these are not available in store
#29
Bagpuss-Dave
At work we have a Tomado (Dutch store's own electrical brand) toasty machine that looks identical to this one, which must be three or four years old and is used almost every day. It's still going strong (though sod's law will probably dictate it's demise shortly after this post). I don't understand the cold votes because something is too cheap :?

Dave


We've one that looks exactly like the one in the picture and have it for about 5 years and it is still going strong. I reckon the key is not to put any butter or marg on and then nothing ever sticks.
#30
MEATCLAW
brevilles............with a filling hotter than the sun
good old toasties . eat the filling. bin the crust

better than a ripoff pannini anyday


why would you toast football stickers?

:whistling:
#31
I wouldnt bother getting this, i paid 'full price' of £8 a few months back and stopped using it as it was so slow at actually toasting the sandwiches, i gave up and am going to buy a proper branded one. However if you have plenty of time it does work eventually
#32
lyley69
I wouldnt bother getting this, i paid 'full price' of £8 a few months back and stopped using it as it was so slow at actually toasting the sandwiches, i gave up and am going to buy a proper branded one. However if you have plenty of time it does work eventually


They take a long time so that they cook the insides properly. Too quick and you end up with burnt bread and lukewarm gunk.
Asda tend to rebrand good quality 'names'.
Remember the D&G 'scandal' sandals rebranded as George not so long back? £200 to the lunatics and £14 to the norms. Asda still made a profit on the shoe.
banned#33
its a good deal however i use the toastie sandwhich bags which i think are great!!!! You can pick these up from asda, cheaper and so much easier to keep clean !!! and they do make some yummy toasties !!! :)
#34
Again, a toastie bag or toast with a filling and warmed up in the microwave wont seal the edges. Its the edge sealing that makes them special. It was 1 of the highlight of my growing up us getting a Breville as we had fun trying new fillings. From basic cheese and tomato, beans, chicken curry to cream cheese and banana, choc spread, jam and coconut. Lovely easy food.
#35
BlackAle
cold, buying cheap junk is never a good idea.

best to pay more for same thing should tell them to up the price:whistling:
#36
Just ordered 4 for the family

£16.95 delivered + quidco

Heat and rep added!

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