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Breville Flow Collection 4-Slice Toaster, Grey £29 Collected @ John Lewis & Partners
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Breville Flow Collection 4-Slice Toaster, Grey £29 Collected @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 27th Feb

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Looks nice for the price

3414074.jpgPart of Breville's Flow Collection, this toaster has elegant textured lines that are complemented by gleaming mirror chrome details.

Lift & Look
View your toast’s progress mid-cycle and remove smaller slices without burning fingers with the high-lift facility.

Variable controls
The deep, variable-width slots accommodate different bread sizes, crumpets and bagels, while the variable browning controls ensure every slice is just the way you like it.

Neat and tidy
A removable crumb tray and cord storage will help to keep your worktop clean and tidy.

Other features:
  • Illuminated control buttons
  • Defrost, reheat and mid-cycle cancel functions
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Slightly cheaper and in black in Tesco but obviously you run the risk of a wasted journey now they don’t deliver and neither can you reserve one.
Also had the kettle for the same price, Breville seem to be clearing a lot of items

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Edited by: "chridt" 27th Feb
Can confirm the same toaster and the kettle are £27 in Tesco

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Voted hot though Switchy for ability to reserve stock.
Anyone physically seen this? Quality, or cheap plastic? Got caught out recently by the Robert Dyas toaster and kettle, and they were cheap and nasty, simple as!
Typical, need a red one and it's £50
Heat for the BTW. However I'm on my second toaster for this brand and type, first lasted a couple of years, the replacement around 9 months old is already toasting bread more on one side of slice than the other and noticed difference in toasting between first two slots and second two slots for same time period, plus some slices of bread from loaves such as Warburton Toastie are a tight fit!
replicant6927/02/2020 20:04

Anyone physically seen this? Quality, or cheap plastic? Got caught out …Anyone physically seen this? Quality, or cheap plastic? Got caught out recently by the Robert Dyas toaster and kettle, and they were cheap and nasty, simple as!


Saw it briefly and dismissed as very plastic-y. Sorry if being harsh as I'm used to Delonghi.
njdavis10327/02/2020 21:10

Saw it briefly and dismissed as very plastic-y. Sorry if being harsh as …Saw it briefly and dismissed as very plastic-y. Sorry if being harsh as I'm used to Delonghi.


Haha..... so am I. Everything currently is Delonghi but I do need to refresh equipment and looking for grey. Thanks for response, good to know, will keep looking
replicant6927/02/2020 20:04

Anyone physically seen this? Quality, or cheap plastic? Got caught out …Anyone physically seen this? Quality, or cheap plastic? Got caught out recently by the Robert Dyas toaster and kettle, and they were cheap and nasty, simple as!


Bit too shiny plasticky for me,Look a bit cheap (I know they are cheap )
I went in Tesco with the intention of buying them until I saw them in the flesh so left without them.
Edited by: "chridt" 27th Feb
Bought this together with the kettle at Sainos about 6 months ago.
Unfortunate to report, but it's a bit cheap. Too much plastic and obviously built to a price point.
One side of the toaster has given-up already (wont stay pressed-down). The one that stays down toasts more on the outside than the inner - i.e. the center 2 heater filaments are weaker.
Taking it back for a refund and buying a 'proper' toaster built to last. IMO a false economy buying this I'm afraid......
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