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Dualit Stainless Steel 3 Slice Toaster £108.71 delivered at Amazon

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Expensive, but extraordinarily well made and will last a lifetime, unlike other toasters. Everything is replaceable and repairable. Not for everyone, but unbeatable if you can afford one. The D… Read More
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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
Expensive, but extraordinarily well made and will last a lifetime, unlike other toasters. Everything is replaceable and repairable.

Not for everyone, but unbeatable if you can afford one.

The Dualit Vario toaster makes great toast, looks stunning and is built to last. This three-slice model has a classic stainless steel finish. The three slots are 28 mm wide with self-adjusting wire guards to automatically accommodate a broad range of bread thicknesses. The slots also support the separately available sandwich cage, which is a useful addition for making toasted sandwiches, buns and crumpets, though it is possible to toast the latter without a cage.

The Dualit is a sturdy beast with a retro look. It weighs in at around 4 kg and has minimal controls, all with a reassuringly solid feel. The red backlit slot-selector switch lights up to tell you when the toaster is in use and can be set for two or three slices. This is important, as the toaster uses a patented ProHeat element that is optimised to quickly produce evenly cooked toast. However, the element's lifespan may be shortened if a slot is regularly heated while empty. A black rotary time switch means that you need to determine how long you want to toast each and every time you use the Dualit, rather than relying on a default setting as seen with other toasters.

One of the advantages of the Dualit toaster is that the bread doesn't pop up when the timer is finished. Instead, you need to press down the central black ejector knob to remove your toast. This ensures that your toast stays warm for longer if you are not there to remove it straightaway. Another component of note is a useful slide-out crumb tray. Results are impressive, with beautifully even toasting in all slots and up to 98 slices per hour (three medium slices from cold takes around two minutes). However, the most compelling reason for putting a Dualit toaster in your kitchen is its perfect blend of durability and style.
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#1
Good looking expensive chocolate fireguard :-(

Try heating a Naan, or pitta bread in that. Sliced bread is the least toasted thing that goes into my 20 quid long slot, variable thickness toaster that I have had about 10 years!
#2
Ignore the muppets voting cold because you can buy other toasters for 2p. This is the Rolls Royce of toast makers and mine has been without fault for 5 years. It seems a lot of people vote on how cheap and not how good a deal.

However, here it is for £104.90 delivered.

http://www.go-electrical.co.uk/view/area/Catalog/section/Details/for/ProductOption/ref/399

It will do nann, pitta and toasties with an adapter.

Happy toasting.
#3
Azureus;2818890
Ignore the muppets voting cold because you can buy other toasters for 2p. This is the Rolls Royce of toast makers and mine has been without fault for 5 years. It seems a lot of people vote on how cheap and not how good a deal.

However, here it is for £104.90 delivered.

http://www.go-electrical.co.uk/view/area/Catalog/section/Details/for/ProductOption/ref/399

It will do nann, pitta and toasties with an adapter.

Happy toasting.


Not the best deal then :whistling:
#4
orlando08;2818944
[quote=nihcaj;2818868]Good looking expensive chocolate fireguard :-(

You've obviously never used one of these. They're so fast that the bread is still soft under the toasted surface.... not dried out as happens on cheaper, slower toasters..... makes helluva difference to the taste......


Why would I... it doesn't fit what I want to fit IN a toaster!
No doubt it will work well on ordinary slices of bread, but it is also a very big lump to accommodate in a kitchen too.

Rolls Royce gets mentioned, and I think they are expensive good looking chocolate fire guards too, no use for the motoring I do either, despite being good quality, similarly they are also no bargain either!
#5
i find it amusing people defending their choice of toaster.

3 slices is what puts me off, its not an even number!
#6
[quote=Azureus;2818890
It will do nann, pitta and toasties with an adapter.
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Naan is LONG, these are all SHORT unless it is made of rubber, the adapter won't stretch it! :-(
#7
lmaolmao
i find it amusing people defending their choice of toaster.

3 slices is what puts me off, its not an even number!



Cheers, have bought three for me and my sisters.
#8
I have the 4 slice version & it's excellent. Much better than the toast from cheaper toasters. This is the brand that hotel & restaurant kitchens use.
#9
Azureus
Ignore the muppets voting cold because you can buy other toasters for 2p. This is the Rolls Royce of toast makers and mine has been without fault for 5 years. It seems a lot of people vote on how cheap and not how good a deal.

However, here it is for £104.90 delivered.

http://www.go-electrical.co.uk/view/area/Catalog/section/Details/for/ProductOption/ref/399

It will do nann, pitta and toasties with an adapter.

Happy toasting.


You're right, of course. That's the 2 slice model, though. Their price for the 3-slice stainless steel model here is £129.90.
#10
Worthless to me, won't toast a full slice in one go, it sticks out of the top about 1 1/2" !! OK for bread where its made I guess but no good here.
#11
over a hundred quid 2 toast bread,???? :whistling:

ah yes y dont you all check out my ebay shop for a 200 quid kettle , and my personal favourite a £1,500 fairy up liquid dispenser :thumbsup:
#12
I'm voting hot as it can toast 98 slices an hour , incase you have a serious case of the munchies!!! ;)
#13
I've got the 4 slice version & love it. (not when plugged in though `cos that would be dangerous).

For toast lovers everywhere.
#14
If you want to spend over £100 on a toaster, then what on earth are you doing on a bargain site?! lol

I wouldn't spend over £20 on a toaster.
banned#15
Whilst I would never spend this amount on a toaster, I can appreciate that quality doesnt always come cheap.

For people to say "it's a toaster - cold" then they might as well just do all their shopping in asda/lidl and drive around in a old banger. After all, its "only a car!".
#16
stamfordblue
If you want to spend over £100 on a toaster, then what on earth are you doing on a bargain site?! lol

I wouldn't spend over £20 on a toaster.


An item doesnt have to be cheap to be a bargain.

"Bargain" an advantageous purchase, esp. one acquired at less than the usual cost: The sale offered bargains galore.

A "luxury" item is seldom going to be cheap but if its fairly cheaper than its usual price then it may become a bargain.

Imagine if all the Satnav deals were voted cold because you can get a map for £1.99 from Asda :-)
#17
Tomb
An item doesnt have to be cheap to be a bargain.

"Bargain" an advantageous purchase, esp. one acquired at less than the usual cost: The sale offered bargains galore.

A "luxury" item is seldom going to be cheap but if its fairly cheaper than its usual price then it may become a bargain.

Imagine if all the Satnav deals were voted cold because you can get a map for £1.99 from Asda :-)


thats a bit like saying you can have a toaster or hold a lighter under a piece of bread though lol
#18
bearman3784
thats a bit like saying you can have a toaster or hold a lighter under a piece of bread though lol


Indeed much cheaper :thumbsup:

In the same vein why spend all that cash on a 50" LCD - just dig out your 14" portable, put it at eye height on a table & move your settee forward till your knees touch the table :-D

Ah brings back memories of the Viz "handy hints".
#19
LOL these trade toasters are really made for cafe's and restaurants and were targeted at that, then Dualit sent reps out to sell them to retail because the greasey spoons started to disappear and their sales started to drop.

I sell quite a few of these toasters generally the 4 slice one, not a bad price though.
#20
Tomb;2819937
Ah brings back memories of the Viz "handy hints".


It certainly does, only its one of those situations where people are not laughing WITH, they are laughing AT!
#21
Newbold
You're right, of course. That's the 2 slice model, though. Their price for the 3-slice stainless steel model here is £129.90.


Ah yes I wasn't paying attention.

Happy toasting...
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#23
I have one of these (I got it about 12 years ago), it was expensive then and it's expensive now but it is superb quality and well worth the money. Good deal!
#24
I won one of these in a competition and tried it for a couple of weeks before giving it up as a piece of expensive junk! The rotary timer switch has to be reset every time which means you can never get your toast exactly the right colour which you can with the much cheaper pre-set units. Can't do frozen, can't do pita, etc, etc etc.

I now have a kenwood 4 slice costing £20 which does everything and leaves the Dualit standing [if anybody knows someone prepared to part with 50p and postage they can have mine - but you'll need to dust away the cobwebs cos it's been living out in the shed]
#25
RedSkywalker
I won one of these in a competition and tried it for a couple of weeks before giving it up as a piece of expensive junk! The rotary timer switch has to be reset every time which means you can never get your toast exactly the right colour which you can with the much cheaper pre-set units. Can't do frozen, can't do pita, etc, etc etc.

I now have a kenwood 4 slice costing £20 which does everything and leaves the Dualit standing [if anybody knows someone prepared to part with 50p and postage they can have mine - but you'll need to dust away the cobwebs cos it's been living out in the shed]


Great - thanks. Can I collect it?
#26
I've got the 2 slice plus sandwich toaster, got it as a wedding gift 8 years ago. I love it, the sandwich section is great for hot cross buns etc, and as everyone that loves them says you really can taste the difference. My Dad is not known for splashing out at all, but after years of visiting me (and having a slice of toast to take his medication) he has now been out to buy himself one. Well worth the price and its not often you will see them discounted.
#27
Tomb
An item doesnt have to be cheap to be a bargain.

"Bargain" an advantageous purchase, esp. one acquired at less than the usual cost: The sale offered bargains galore.

A "luxury" item is seldom going to be cheap but if its fairly cheaper than its usual price then it may become a bargain.

Imagine if all the Satnav deals were voted cold because you can get a map for £1.99 from Asda :-)


Classic! A perfect reply to a stupid comment. :thumbsup:
#28
tommie1;4365170
Classic! A perfect reply to a stupid comment. :thumbsup:


Whereas your reply is pointless, starting up a SIX MONTH old thread with a post of no relevance to the original subject :-(

Don't bother replying, I will have unsubscribed.
#29
Newbold
Great - thanks. Can I collect it?

Did you ever get the £120 toaster for 50p that was living in the back of the garden shed emmm probably not ?
#30
waterloo;4502294
Did you ever get the £120 toaster for 50p that was living in the back of the garden shed emmm probably not ?


Unfortunately not. I don't need it myself, because my Dualit is still in perfect condition after about 15 years' regular use (unlike most of the cheapies, which last for a couple of years and then have to be thrown out), but it would have been nice for one of the kids. ;-)


PS - the cold votes are going well still! Vote cold - let's go for a record.
#31
Newbold
Unfortunately not. I don't need it myself, because my Dualit is still in perfect condition after about 15 years' regular use (unlike most of the cheapies, which last for a couple of years and then have to be thrown out), but it would have been nice for one of the kids. ;-)


PS - the cold votes are going well still! Vote cold - let's go for a record.
Thought as much lol im after a dualit 4 slice for the family breakfast these are so well made and as you say will last for years and in the long run should outlast the cheapo and in time cost less. Cannot vote as its been expired well i guess it is 6mths out of date lol.:thumbsup:

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