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Breville Deep Fill Sandwich Toaster £18.93 Prime / £23.68 Non Prime @ Amazon

£18.93 @ Amazon
Been waiting for the price to drop on this for a while so had to get one
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Been waiting for the price to drop on this for a while so had to get one
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#1
Has anybody tried cooking omelettes in one of these?
#2
Oh and before the smart **** comments that's a serious question :D
#3
Deep fill is a bit of an exaggeration from my user experience.
#4
pennyfarthing88
Oh and before the smart **** comments that's a serious question :D
I have been wondering the same, I saw it mentioned on one of the Amazon reviews
#5
Have a look in JL we bought one couple of months ago for same price. Very good toaster with removable plates for washing. Just looked on J L site it's gone up now 34.95 so good deal at moment
4 Likes #6
Check out 'The Brothers Green' on YouTube.
Josh can cook everything on one of these!
1 Like #7
This can only make 2 toasted sandwiches at one time. I bought for same price from lidl which can make 4 toasted sandwiches.
1 Like #8
sam_of_london
This can only make 2 toasted sandwiches at one time. I bought for same price from lidl which can make 4 toasted sandwiches.
With removable plates?
2 Likes #9
Got a cracker from Costco last week , £29.99 . Commercial quality , with removable plates and 5 year guarantee as standard with all Costco electricals .
But voted hot for the price

Edited By: yozzman1234 on Sep 12, 2016 22:15: Spelling
#10
Great price op but still prefer my 7.99 Aldi one tho.
1 Like #11
Thank you ordered one been after one for a while didn't wanna pay £35 in case it ended up in the back of a cupboard lol

To first person, I've seen loads of people say they make omelettes in these :)
#12
Cold, a cheap frying pan can make toasted sandwiches, omelettes and a whole host of other stuff then go in dishwasher. Even if plates on this are removable, you still get grease drill ng over the main body of the thing.
#13
At last the wife can enjoy a DF. She will be so excited. Cheers.

Edited By: LocoMoFo9999 on Sep 12, 2016 23:23
#14
Got mine from Amazon a few months ago around the same price, I never read the instructions properly and was not impressed by the lack of golden toasted finish, so I went on to Amazon live chat and asked for some discount they took off about £3.50, worth a go if you want to try to get it a few quid less! I've since read you have to butter outside of bread for that crispy toasty finish!
#15
A panini toaster, with flat adjustable plates will cook many things, toasted sandwiches and omelettes ( small ) included.Heat for the price.
#16
Good price, have this toaster and its excellent. Deep fill is a stretch as has been said but cant fault quality etc
#17
@yozzman1234 Photo and details please, review after use would be even better! Costco, commercial quality and 5 year guarantee have sparked my interest :{

Edited By: Delio79 on Sep 13, 2016 02:19: To clarify who replying to as my reply doesn't appear directly after the post i am replying to
1 Like #18
Delio79
Photo and details please, review after use would be even better! Costco, commercial quality and 5 year guarantee have sparked my interest :{

The ones sold in Costco are the Cuisinart 2 in 1 Sandwich and Waffle Maker but you can get for £40 from lakeland.co.uk (but only has the sandwich plates)



Edited By: noddle36 on Sep 13, 2016 02:39: update
#19
yozzman1234
Got a cracker from Costco last week , £29.99 . Commercial quality , with removable plates and 5 year guarantee as standard with all Costco electricals .
But voted hot for the price

This is the only one I can find on the costco website, is it the same one?
http://www.costco.co.uk/view/p/cuisinart-2-in-1-sandwichwaffle-maker-580117
1 Like #20
noddle36
Delio79
Photo and details please, review after use would be even better! Costco, commercial quality and 5 year guarantee have sparked my interest :{

The ones sold in Costco are the Cuisinart 2 in 1 Sandwich and Waffle Maker but you can get for £40 from lakeland.co.uk


[email protected] Are you sure? yozzmsn mentions £29.99, commercial quality and 5 year warranty. Cuisinart one doesn't seem to align with that.
#21
mattzildjian
yozzman1234
Got a cracker from Costco last week , £29.99 . Commercial quality , with removable plates and 5 year guarantee as standard with all Costco electricals .
But voted hot for the price
This is the only one I can find on the costco website, is it the same one?http://www.costco.co.uk/view/p/cuisinart-2-in-1-sandwichwaffle-maker-580117

Yes but it was on offer last month at £40.78 but you can get for £40 from JL and Lakeland (but only has the sandwich plates). I was going to buy until I found problems people was having which is the plates are very big and its hard to find bread to fit.

Edited By: noddle36 on Sep 13, 2016 02:40: update
#22
Delio79
noddle36
Delio79
Photo and details please, review after use would be even better! Costco, commercial quality and 5 year guarantee have sparked my interest :{
The ones sold in Costco are the Cuisinart 2 in 1 Sandwich and Waffle Maker but you can get for £40 from lakeland.co.uk

[email protected] Are you sure? yozzmsn mentions £29.99, commercial quality and 5 year warranty. Cuisinart one doesn't seem to align with that.

On the John Lewis site it says its got 5 years warranty. Not sure about the price.
2 Likes #23
pennyfarthing88
Has anybody tried cooking omelettes in one of these?

My mate Karl tried some sausages, he burnt the chuffin house down. Dozy manc twonk.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKSAPh9O-9o
1 Like #24
make sure you don't put to much stuff in it and try and force it shut is the clips aren't very gd. best to let the top down and leave it for 60 seconds before trying to shut it and clip it
#25
read_5
make sure you don't put to much stuff in it and try and force it shut is the clips aren't very gd. best to let the top down and leave it for 60 seconds before trying to shut it and clip it


​Good tip! Forcing them shut is also a major cause of oozing and leaks... and nobody likes to clean up the post leak mess!
#26
Pateo
Got mine from Amazon a few months ago around the same price, I never read the instructions properly and was not impressed by the lack of golden toasted finish, so I went on to Amazon live chat and asked for some discount they took off about £3.50, worth a go if you want to try to get it a few quid less! I've since read you have to butter outside of bread for that crispy toasty finish!
Don't know what you're doing wrong but ours come out perfect. Bought cheap ones before and the coating comes off and stick, false economy. All we do is pop them in some soapy water and clean ready to go again. Not sure about the Costco ones but the Breville are very well constructed.


Edited By: Jaybeam on Sep 13, 2016 09:34
#27
I paid £15 from Sainsburys a month or so ago. Our old one was a pain to clean and languished in the cupboard. This one is brilliant - kids love inventing their own toastie recipes and it's used a lot. Removable plates are good and it doesn't leak on the worktop. For the Prime price it's worth grabbing.
#28
Does "Deep Fill" essentially mean you don't have to buy those poxy hobbit sized loaves of bread?
#29
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#30
Price gone back up? Can only see it for £28.49 for prime?
#31
MrSweeney
Does "Deep Fill" essentially mean you don't have to buy those poxy hobbit sized loaves of bread?
I have one and a slice of Warburton's toastie loaf doesn't fit in, it will stick out of the sides by about 20mm. In fact the instructions recommend supermarket own brand bread for best results.
#32
mattzildjian
yozzman1234
Got a cracker from Costco last week , £29.99 . Commercial quality , with removable plates and 5 year guarantee as standard with all Costco electricals .
But voted hot for the price

This is the only one I can find on the costco website, is it the same one?
http://www.costco.co.uk/view/p/cuisinart-2-in-1-sandwichwaffle-maker-580117


Yes that's the one , but is was on offer at £29.99 last month . Seems to have gone up . It is a tip quality product
#33
Pateo
Got mine from Amazon a few months ago around the same price, I never read the instructions properly and was not impressed by the lack of golden toasted finish, so I went on to Amazon live chat and asked for some discount they took off about £3.50, worth a go if you want to try to get it a few quid less! I've since read you have to butter outside of bread for that crispy toasty finish!

Thats fraud.
#34
meclive
Price gone back up? Can only see it for £28.49 for prime?

I'm seeing £28.49. Now I'm disappointed!
#35
tfish
Thats fraud.

It's not remotely fraud to ask for a discount and get it.
2 Likes #36
tfish
Pateo
Got mine from Amazon a few months ago around the same price, I never read the instructions properly and was not impressed by the lack of golden toasted finish, so I went on to Amazon live chat and asked for some discount they took off about £3.50, worth a go if you want to try to get it a few quid less! I've since read you have to butter outside of bread for that crispy toasty finish!
Thats fraud.

X)X)X)
You're likely to face the death penalty for defrauding Amazon in such a brazen manner lol. ;)

Fraud....come on..

Edited By: MrSweeney on Sep 13, 2016 15:01
#37
tfish
Pateo
Got mine from Amazon a few months ago around the same price, I never read the instructions properly and was not impressed by the lack of golden toasted finish, so I went on to Amazon live chat and asked for some discount they took off about £3.50, worth a go if you want to try to get it a few quid less! I've since read you have to butter outside of bread for that crispy toasty finish!
Thats fraud.
Thanks guys for your support! I will sleep with both eyes shut tonight and I can lock my Taser away now! :pX);)

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