Breville VST025 3 Slice Sandwich Toaster - Brushed Stainless Steel £19.50 @ tesco - HotUKDeals
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Breville VST025 3 Slice Sandwich Toaster - Brushed Stainless Steel £19.50 @ tesco

£19.50 @ Tesco Direct
Seen this at tesco direct, looks to be £10 cheaper than any other company. Normally £30+ Just think, a homemade toasted sandwich or panini YUM YUM The Breville VST025 sandwich press is ideal f…
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Seen this at tesco direct, looks to be £10 cheaper than any other company. Normally £30+

Just think, a homemade toasted sandwich or panini YUM YUM

The Breville VST025 sandwich press is ideal for toasting panini, focaccia and ciabatta breads. The press holds up to 3 sandwiches with a hinged lid for toasting different levels of thickness. A stainless steel construction has a secure locking mechanism that allows the sandwich press to be stored in an upright position. A ready-to-cook indicator light lets you know when the press has reached its optimum temperature. Other features include a cool touch handle and flat non-stick plates that are easy to clean.
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
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1 Like #1
We've not had one of these for years. Hmm, tempted.
#2
I've had one of these for a few years, great job and easy to clean, not like normal sandwich toaster. Wouldn't say it would take 3 slices unless they were alot smaller than normal. Good product though.
2 Likes #3
I use my George Formby to make toasties.
1 Like #5
I've had one of these for about a year and use it most weeks. It's more of a panini maker than a toastie maker - it squashes the sandwich. Definitely recommend
#6
How big is this, the handle seems to make it look quite bit
#7
Fish2013
I use my George Formby to make toasties.


​Formby or Foreman??? If it's Formby most likely use two banjos to make a toasted panini...
1 Like #8
Fish2013
I use my George Formby to make toasties.

Turned out nice again.
#9
rimz790
Fish2013
I use my George Formby to make toasties.
​Formby or Foreman??? If it's Formby most likely use two banjos to make a toasted panini...

I like to make toasties when I am cleanin windows
#10
We also use ours as a small flat top griddle as well.
#11
Some of my friends are telling me to stick with Foreman, but I know this'll make better sandwiches and paninis X)
#12
I'm sure I've seen one of those on Robot Wars. If not, I'm sure it would toast all its opponents...
#14
i got the foreman from 2 weeks ago. Do i need this??
#15

yep same here that is why i posted reply
#16
These are great. I believe there are at least 2 sizes though as I've owned 2. The first one I had would take 4 paninis side by side and was great if you were making lunch for 2. The current one is slightly smaller and will only take 3.

Teriffic product though as others have said, great results and easy to clean. A snip at this price.

PS from the pic this looks like the smaller one.

Edited By: djbenny1 on Aug 15, 2016 21:38: Info
#17
scoobytawazara
yep same here that is why i posted reply

What reply?
1 Like #18
pibpob
I'm sure I've seen one of those on Robot Wars. If not, I'm sure it would toast all its opponents...


​I will get your coat..
#19
Ordered. Cheers OP. Need some good sandwich toaster tips now. Cheers. Heat given.

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