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DUALIT Architect four-slice toaster £79.00 Click and Collect, £83.95 delivered @ Selfridges

£79.00 @ Selfridges
I can't find it cheaper. Just ponied up the cash for it. Click and collect free or £4.95 delivery. Camelcamelcamel has it cheapest at £85.77 (amazon Last January), but it is currently £99.95.…
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I can't find it cheaper.

Just ponied up the cash for it.

Click and collect free or £4.95 delivery.

Camelcamelcamel has it cheapest at £85.77 (amazon Last January), but it is currently £99.95.

Reviews are largely favourable.

I am sick of spending £20 - £30 for crappy toaster that dies every two years so I am treating myself.

Hope it helps someone. If not, I don't care.
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#1
Very nice
1 Like #2
I replaced my last crappy toaster with a dualit 18 years ago. Previously I was lucky if they lasted a couple of years, the last one managed 6 days. The Dualit hasn't even needed a repair in all those years.

I found another one on a rubbish heap and refurbished it and got it working. Obviously the owner didn't have a clue.
1 Like #3
Dualit are very expensive to buy but will last you years hopefully. I have had mine 18 years and only replaced the elements which is a very easy job to do yourself. The only problem I see is that Dualit are now producing cheaper models as well, so it becomes a little more difficult to call just how the cheaper ones will perform. When we decide to replace our Dualit we will be buying a new Dualit but as much as we all like to save a little money I doubt we will buy the cheaper ones.........
1 Like #4
We have this toaster in black. Best toaster we've ever owned.
#5
I own a xafe and use mibe lots its a £20 one from tesco and lasted 3 years there really good
1 Like #6
Dualit use Commercial grade elements which is why they tend to last much longer than "ordinary" toasters and toast bread much more evenly and quickly.

I've got a 4 slice Dualit that I bought years ago for £50 & works wonderfully. I had two of these but one went bang! Likely all my fault due to putting a to wet nan bread in it! oO

EDIT: As a heads up I've noticed the matching kettle is also on sale for £63

Edited By: Kulaak on Jan 01, 2015 18:08: Info on matching kettle
1 Like #7
Quality product at a great price. Heat added.
1 Like #8
Love it in hotels with self serve buffet breakfasts watching the lcds stick their bread in, turn the dial wait 3 minutes and only have half a toast he he. Owners, you know what I'm saying.
1 Like #9
Best toaster ever, if you can afford it!
1 Like #10
Selfridges also have the 2 slot version reduced to 59.00
1 Like #11
We've got a dualit toaster, really great, only thing is that annoys me is that for the cost, it still doesn't fit a full slice of regular hovis White medium bread! I have to turn it upside down halfway or just have untoasted top bits. Maybe this one is bigger?
1 Like #12
Ordered 1 thanks for the spot!
#13
juliedobson
We've got a dualit toaster, really great, only thing is that annoys me is that for the cost, it still doesn't fit a full slice of regular hovis White medium bread! I have to turn it upside down halfway or just have untoasted top bits. Maybe this one is bigger?

The Model I have, the bread disappears into the toaster!
1 Like #14
Also, Dualit toasters are all manufactured in the UK by a family run company - A big plus. (I heard about it on this show about Dualit last week on R4 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04vqvbx )

Edited By: deal_sniper on Jan 04, 2015 18:48: fixed link
#15
deal_sniper
Also, Dualit toasters are all manufactured in the UK by a family run company - A big plus. (I heard about it on this show about Dualit last week on R4 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04vqvbx)

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#16
Kulaak
deal_sniper
Also, Dualit toasters are all manufactured in the UK by a family run company - A big plus. (I heard about it on this show about Dualit last week on R4 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04vqvbx)

Link doesn't work.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04vqvbx

The parentheses got attached to his hyperlink by mistake.

I'll give that a listen.

Thanks deal_sniper.


Edited By: cheapo on Jan 04, 2015 14:15: speelin
1 Like #17
Well I just toasted my first muffins and I bloody love it.

Setting 4 made them perfect. Crispy, with a hint of char, then lovely and gooey inside.

I am obviously going to get fatter not fitter in January.

Edited By: cheapo on Jan 04, 2015 22:55: speelingggg
1 Like #18
Mine arrived over the weekend. So far it seems really good, superbly made and great to look at!
#19
Regarding the cheap vs expensive Dualit models, this is a 2 year guarantee model, the manual bread lift models seem to have the 5 year guarantee

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