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It's about to get lit. Dual lit.
Wow - I thought coffee heads were bad but you toasties are next level!
You should also be able to redeem a free bread board dualit.com/toa…fer
t1nt1n29/11/2019 23:59

Because when your pooper goes wrong you will have to throw it into …Because when your pooper goes wrong you will have to throw it into landfill, at least with this toaster you can fix it. I hope your pooper has a long life though.............................


Okay, it's lasted 9 years but if it breaks I'll just buy another one for £10 tho.

Surely this one does something amazing. I mean even my 10 pound pantser has defrost/bagel/warm-up/normal toast and 1-5 digital duration options.

Methinks it's the Emperor's New Toaster.

"Manually operated ejector lever lets you check bread whilst toasting" is a selling point apparently, the same selling point that applies to stabbing a piece of bread with a twig and holding it over a campfire. You can manually lift it up to see if it's done...
Edited by: "NibblyPig" 30th Nov 2019
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It's about to get lit. Dual lit.
Amazing price
great toaster. ours is 15 years old and going strong. worth every penny. just wish i’d bought a six slice now
These are like trigger’s broom.
Got the 2 slice about 17:years ago. It does just one thing, makes toast. Oh and they're absolutely reliable with no maintenance apart from emptying the crumb tray and an occasional wiipe.
Epic price OP.
I have one, the last toaster you will ever need. Buy it!
Just bought online 89.99. Not to be sniffed at!
t1nt1n29/11/2019 23:33

I have one, the last toaster you will ever need. Buy it!


I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as much improve my life
£89.89 online, for those not near a Costco, or with online membership only.
NibblyPig29/11/2019 23:46

I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as …I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as much improve my life


You’ll never know until you get one I suppose. I am keen to find out.
Perhaps it will give you a better name for a toaster than ‘pooper’
Edited by: "Murgatr0yd" 29th Nov 2019
NibblyPig29/11/2019 23:46

I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as …I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as much improve my life


Only you know the answer to that.
You should also be able to redeem a free bread board dualit.com/toa…fer
NibblyPig29/11/2019 23:46

I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as …I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as much improve my life


Because when your pooper goes wrong you will have to throw it into landfill, at least with this toaster you can fix it. I hope your pooper has a long life though.............................
Ours is ancient and still looks like new. Bargain

On a side note, the timer has stuck a few times over the years which is dangerous so I would never leave it unattended.
t1nt1n29/11/2019 23:59

Because when your pooper goes wrong you will have to throw it into …Because when your pooper goes wrong you will have to throw it into landfill, at least with this toaster you can fix it. I hope your pooper has a long life though.............................


Okay, it's lasted 9 years but if it breaks I'll just buy another one for £10 tho.

Surely this one does something amazing. I mean even my 10 pound pantser has defrost/bagel/warm-up/normal toast and 1-5 digital duration options.

Methinks it's the Emperor's New Toaster.

"Manually operated ejector lever lets you check bread whilst toasting" is a selling point apparently, the same selling point that applies to stabbing a piece of bread with a twig and holding it over a campfire. You can manually lift it up to see if it's done...
Edited by: "NibblyPig" 30th Nov 2019
NibblyPig30/11/2019 00:22

Okay, it's lasted 9 years but if it breaks I'll just buy another one for …Okay, it's lasted 9 years but if it breaks I'll just buy another one for £10 tho.Surely this one does something amazing. I mean even my 10 pound pantser has defrost/bagel/warm-up/normal toast and 1-5 digital duration options.Methinks it's the Emperor's New Toaster."Manually operated ejector lever lets you check bread whilst toasting" is a selling point apparently, the same selling point that applies to stabbing a piece of bread with a twig and holding it over a campfire. You can manually lift it up to see if it's done...


I think you are missing the landfill bit...
It'll be recycled if I put it into my recycling box. Anyway, I could donate £50 to the 'save the dolphin' foundation and still be good for 4 decades assuming it conks out tomorrow, which I doubt it will.
You are all missing the important question....

Does it fully fit Warburton's toastie?.. If not, it's no use to man nor beast!

Gormond30/11/2019 00:39

You are all missing the important question....Does it fully fit …You are all missing the important question....Does it fully fit Warburton's toastie?.. If not, it's no use to man nor beast!


It does, and a good point
Hey, if you're someone whose lights dim when they power up that beast to make SIX slices of toast at once (or more accurately, dump heat into the room while it makes 2 slices) perhaps you *need* to spend £80 on a toaster. And your leccy bill.

I'll stick with my digital one with more features that doesn't take up my ENTIRE kitchen worktop. Actually I just pop it in the cupboard next to the UHT.

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Looks like that behemoth weighs 5 times as much as mine so I don't feel half as bad about chucking it if it ever breaks.

Edit: I was replying to a photo which seems to have gone now. I was hoping to start a toaster war.
Edited by: "NibblyPig" 30th Nov 2019
Savo30/11/2019 00:00

Ours is ancient and still looks like new. BargainOn a side note, the timer …Ours is ancient and still looks like new. BargainOn a side note, the timer has stuck a few times over the years which is dangerous so I would never leave it unattended.



Might be worth considering getting a new timer off Ebay for a few pounds. OK you can work around the problem, and a new timer will cost a little, but it would cost less than your house burning down
NibblyPig29/11/2019 23:46

I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as …I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as much improve my life


It heats up very quickly and is hotter then cheepos (element wires are much closer) so will give you fantastic toast that is toasted outside and soft inside.

Also, the elements are covered so odd bits of bread or toastie sandwiched bits never stick to the elements.
NibblyPig30/11/2019 00:51

Hey, if you're someone whose lights dim when they power up that beast to …Hey, if you're someone whose lights dim when they power up that beast to make SIX slices of toast at once (or more accurately, dump heat into the room while it makes 2 slices) perhaps you *need* to spend £80 on a toaster. And your leccy bill.I'll stick with my digital one with more features that doesn't take up my ENTIRE kitchen worktop. Actually I just pop it in the cupboard next to the UHT.[Image] Looks like that behemoth weighs 5 times as much as mine so I don't feel half as bad about chucking it if it ever breaks.Edit: I was replying to a photo which seems to have gone now. I was hoping to start a toaster war.



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NibblyPig30/11/2019 00:51

Hey, if you're someone whose lights dim when they power up that beast to …Hey, if you're someone whose lights dim when they power up that beast to make SIX slices of toast at once (or more accurately, dump heat into the room while it makes 2 slices) perhaps you *need* to spend £80 on a toaster. And your leccy bill.I'll stick with my digital one with more features that doesn't take up my ENTIRE kitchen worktop. Actually I just pop it in the cupboard next to the UHT.[Image] Looks like that behemoth weighs 5 times as much as mine so I don't feel half as bad about chucking it if it ever breaks.


I warm the milk up in something that uses a bit more power.
I'd imagine the Dualit uses the same amount of electricity per slice as any other toaster
Thank you OP, that's a fantastic price. We have an old Dualit three slot, two narrow one wide, toaster that I bought second hand cheap a few years ago. After getting it I realised a four wide slot one would be really useful for churning out toasties for hungry mouths. And last week one of the elements gave out, so this is perfect timing, though I will replace the element to sell it or pass it on to someone. My Costco membership expires today as well

For online buyers it is worth mentioning that if you add £10.01 or more goods to your order you can use the BLACKFRIDAY10 code to get £10 off. I added 150 Nature's Feast Fruit and Berry Energy Balls for £12.99.
B1T30/11/2019 01:00

It heats up very quickly and is hotter then cheepos (element wires are …It heats up very quickly and is hotter then cheepos (element wires are much closer) so will give you fantastic toast that is toasted outside and soft inside.Also, the elements are covered so odd bits of bread or toastie sandwiched bits never stick to the elements.


Bless. This toaster freakin' beeps when it's done, for when you're waiting outside the kitchen - a feature I had to hunt for cos I like to put the butter on immediately but not stand there like a lemon watching it.

It also has glass covered elements for safety, and is high powered with its digital browness setting. It's around 1500 watts (750 watts per slot, I guess). The one above is 2.2kw, so I guess only 550 watts per slot. Its moniker is 'quick 2 toast', so you bet it gets that toast done quick. Yep, it's extra wide for specialty breads. You bet it has a removable crumb tray. Cancel button? Sure, you can have that. High lift to help get the bread out.

Best toaster I ever owned. Russell Hobbs Quick 2 Toast, if you're wondering.
Savo30/11/2019 01:06

[Image] [Image] I warm the milk up in something that uses a bit more …[Image] [Image] I warm the milk up in something that uses a bit more power. I'd imagine the Dualit uses the same amount of electricity per slice as any other toaster



The toaster in this deal has the option to select one, two, or four slots, to save energy so his point is silly.
Well I mightn't have got as many of the kids presents bought this black Friday, but at least I've enjoyed this toaster deal. Tomorrow night I'll be enjoying my 25% of wine. 😄
NibblyPig30/11/2019 00:22

Okay, it's lasted 9 years but if it breaks I'll just buy another one for …Okay, it's lasted 9 years but if it breaks I'll just buy another one for £10 tho.Surely this one does something amazing. I mean even my 10 pound pantser has defrost/bagel/warm-up/normal toast and 1-5 digital duration options.Methinks it's the Emperor's New Toaster."Manually operated ejector lever lets you check bread whilst toasting" is a selling point apparently, the same selling point that applies to stabbing a piece of bread with a twig and holding it over a campfire. You can manually lift it up to see if it's done...



You won't buy another like the obviously fantastic one you have now - because they don't sell the Quick Toast any more. They obviously made them too well and it probably didn't fit the usual "make them cheap, sell them cheap, wait till they break, and sell them another, one month after the warranty expires" marketing model usually employed these days.
Edited by: "VDisillusioned" 30th Nov 2019
These are way over rated, They only take 'standard' or small size slices, anything slightly on the large size sicks out the top and doesn't get toasted. Any slice which is too thin slips down the side of the lifting mechanism and gets stuck when you manually eject it and the 4 slots all toast at different rates. For some reason my lady friend swears by it but after a few days staying at her place I'm glad to get back to my place where I can make perfect toast with my 7 year old Tesco toaster with 2 long slots that cost less than a tenner and that exhibits none of the above issues. And it ejects the toast automatically!
Wow - I thought coffee heads were bad but you toasties are next level!
We used to have one of these and they are overrated IMHO. It was fine for the first year and made really good toast. After that, it started toasting unevenly on each side so you had to flip each slice of bread round halfway through toasting. The timer broke too and to my astonishment, it meant that the toaster was on all the time while plugged in which was a real safety concern. We replaced the elements a couple of times but the uneven toasting problem always came back eventually. Each time we replaced the timer or elements we could have bought a new, cheaper toaster for less money than the cost of the parts. So now we have a cheapo £20 Russell Hobbs toaster that we can just replace whenever it stops working for less money and less hassle than this one.
Do Costco ever have any cut-price membership options? And is it really that good on price (I know this one is!)?

£33.60 pa is a bit steep when the nearest store is 50+ miles away.
NibblyPig29/11/2019 23:46

I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as …I'm still using a cheapo pooper from 2009, how will spending 8 times as much improve my life


If you don't get it, you don't get it.
Your choice. No compulsion.
Does this toast larger or thicker slices of bread. My Russel hobs won’t toast the top of a large loaf.
Savo30/11/2019 00:00

Ours is ancient and still looks like new. BargainOn a side note, the timer …Ours is ancient and still looks like new. BargainOn a side note, the timer has stuck a few times over the years which is dangerous so I would never leave it unattended.


You can get a replacement from eBay - easy to fit couple of screws and away you go again. Did about three years ago. The thing with dualit is you can buy the bits if anything goes wrong - kettles as well!
dwl9930/11/2019 07:24

We used to have one of these and they are overrated IMHO. It was fine for …We used to have one of these and they are overrated IMHO. It was fine for the first year and made really good toast. After that, it started toasting unevenly on each side so you had to flip each slice of bread round halfway through toasting. The timer broke too and to my astonishment, it meant that the toaster was on all the time while plugged in which was a real safety concern. We replaced the elements a couple of times but the uneven toasting problem always came back eventually. Each time we replaced the timer or elements we could have bought a new, cheaper toaster for less money than the cost of the parts. So now we have a cheapo £20 Russell Hobbs toaster that we can just replace whenever it stops working for less money and less hassle than this one.


Good for the environment
My two slice is 10+ years old and still going strong. Wanted it a different colour when I redid my kitchen so sprayed it. Still looks good imho.
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kd03505030/11/2019 10:18

My two slice is 10+ years old and still going strong. Wanted it a …My two slice is 10+ years old and still going strong. Wanted it a different colour when I redid my kitchen so sprayed it. Still looks good imho.[Image]


Never seen so many upset and positive people talking about there 2 slice 4 slice 6 slice, jheez I need to step up my game
VDisillusioned30/11/2019 00:53

Might be worth considering getting a new timer off Ebay for a few pounds. …Might be worth considering getting a new timer off Ebay for a few pounds. OK you can work around the problem, and a new timer will cost a little, but it would cost less than your house burning down



We've had the 3 slot version for many (20?) years, and yes the timer has "stuck" twice in that time. I find that the timer itself is fine, but that the knob has been forced against the body of the toaster. Easing it a little works fine. Also, if setting for a short time, I always wind the timer on a bit, and then back to required time - making sure the clockwork is wound.

If I was a$$ed, I suppose I could give it a little spray with PTFE lubricant? This is (was?) an excellent price, the toaster will be going for much longer than I will.
Bought a 4 slice Dualit over 25 years ago, it's used pretty much every day and has yet to require a repair. Was it worth the £100+ I paid for it? Yes, it was the only toaster I'll ever buy. Otherwise I'd be using the third or fourth toaster by now, having saved a little money at the expense of the planet.
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