Glass Toaster for £29.99 at Aldi from Thursday 13th November with 3 year warranty
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Glass Toaster for £29.99 at Aldi from Thursday 13th November with 3 year warranty

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Found 8th Nov 2014
Glass Toaster for £29.99 at Aldi from 13/11/14

Features:
Removable crumb tray
Extra lift
Adjustable browning
Cancel function
3 year guarantee
Available in Stainless Steel

71 Comments

Karl pilkington

Love aldi prices\quality, heat added

Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or turn it to get it toasted? If so great as cant find a toaster that has slots long enough to fit bread nicely.

Banned

aldi is over hyped

Will this also toast mugs?

soso11

Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or … Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or turn it to get it toasted? If so great as cant find a toaster that has slots long enough to fit bread nicely.


my new quite expensive toaster doesn't take a full slice properly, I swear each time I make toast now

2muchmonth

aldi is over hyped


Over-hyped? You mean by all the people that think it offers good products at fair prices, without all the price manipulation, twisting and fiddling that Tesco get up to?

I don't tend to eat glass, but when I do, I like it toasted.

Voted hot.

Why on earth would anyone want to toast glass?


soso11

Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or … Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or turn it to get it toasted? If so great as cant find a toaster that has slots long enough to fit bread nicely.



Russell Hobbs 13766 takes a full slice with no bits poking out of the top.

soso11

Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or … Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or turn it to get it toasted? If so great as cant find a toaster that has slots long enough to fit bread nicely.

Don't think we've had a cheap Warburtons-friendly toaster since the £9 ASDA model in 2012. Somebody even went to the trouble of posting a 90sec YT clip for that wonderful device youtube.com/wat…8Qc

cb-uk

Why on earth would anyone want to toast glass?;)


I believe it is because the butter melts easily when applied.

2muchmonth

aldi is over hyped



Have to agree.
New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice now and still hardly bought much. Veg is good but the rest is poor quality and not as cheap as people make out. The only stuff cheap is cheap for a reason.
It's ok if you want to feed your family on crisps and biscuits so I suppose it's aimed at a poor customer base with a poor diet.

Yes, the other supermarkets are too expensive but it's not possible to feed your family properly with the junk at Aldi.

zincalloy

Have to agree.New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice … Have to agree.New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice now and still hardly bought much. Veg is good but the rest is poor quality and not as cheap as people make out. The only stuff cheap is cheap for a reason.It's ok if you want to feed your family on crisps and biscuits so I suppose it's aimed at a poor customer base with a poor diet.Yes, the other supermarkets are too expensive but it's not possible to feed your family properly with the junk at Aldi.

zincalloy

Have to agree.New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice … Have to agree.New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice now and still hardly bought much. Veg is good but the rest is poor quality and not as cheap as people make out. The only stuff cheap is cheap for a reason.It's ok if you want to feed your family on crisps and biscuits so I suppose it's aimed at a poor customer base with a poor diet.Yes, the other supermarkets are too expensive but it's not possible to feed your family properly with the junk at Aldi.



You could always try using the lovely veg you mention to feed your family....
Meat, dairy, fruit, juices, bread all comparable if not better than most supermarkets in my experience. Specially selected range is also very good.

zincalloy

Have to agree.New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice … Have to agree.New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice now and still hardly bought much. Veg is good but the rest is poor quality and not as cheap as people make out. The only stuff cheap is cheap for a reason.It's ok if you want to feed your family on crisps and biscuits so I suppose it's aimed at a poor customer base with a poor diet.Yes, the other supermarkets are too expensive but it's not possible to feed your family properly with the junk at Aldi.



Although I disagree with you about aldi quality, don't you think the best thing to do with supermarkets is to use more than one for your shopping. I know some will not have the time but there is generally the opportunity to use more than one and get the best out of both.

Another point, actually on thread, will not the glass glass get grubby/crumby on the inside in a short space of time?

Banned

zincalloy

Have to agree.New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice … Have to agree.New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice now and still hardly bought much. Veg is good but the rest is poor quality and not as cheap as people make out. The only stuff cheap is cheap for a reason.It's ok if you want to feed your family on crisps and biscuits so I suppose it's aimed at a poor customer base with a poor diet.Yes, the other supermarkets are too expensive but it's not possible to feed your family properly with the junk at Aldi.



couldn't agree more
I luckily live in an area with many small holding for fruit veg meat, i personally think proper whole food is fundamental stuff. i am a vitamixer! most people are malnourished, no wonder they over eat on long-life shelved 'foods'

Aldi is good if you are selective and careful what you buy. And go when it is quiet, because the layout doesn't handle crowds very well, and they have fewer checkouts. Sometimes the aisles can resemble a jumble sale too.

To get the best out of them, use them in combination with other supermarkets because there are often deals that destroy Aldi prices for a lot of items. I find that they are good to pick up some Euro items that normally wouldn't be available elsewhere, though if I am pushed for time then My Aldi trip is the one that gets missed.

watching toast get hot is just kinky

I shop at Aldi and live a healthy life style . The salmon and fish range is tasty. I do not eat junk food. and I find they are improving all the time. it may not look the nicest of places but it's the food you pay for. the beef is gorgeous and the veg is very fresh and keeps well.

zincalloy

Have to agree.New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice … Have to agree.New Aldi opened a ten minute drive away. I have been twice now and still hardly bought much. Veg is good but the rest is poor quality and not as cheap as people make out. The only stuff cheap is cheap for a reason.It's ok if you want to feed your family on crisps and biscuits so I suppose it's aimed at a poor customer base with a poor diet.Yes, the other supermarkets are too expensive but it's not possible to feed your family properly with the junk at Aldi.



Yes - that's why Which? (hardly a magazine for your 'poor customer base with a poor diet') said this:

For the first time ever, Aldi has been voted Britain's top supermarket, according to the annual Which? supermarket survey.

Aldi's 76% customer score means it narrowly edges out Waitrose (75%), which has been voted the best supermarket every year since our survey started in 2007.


Aldi customers' views

Many of your comments mention value as one of the main reasons why you shop at Aldi.
One shopper said: 'They do not deserve the stigma of being a cheap shop. They may be cheap, but they have a lot of really good value own-brand products.

But Aldi wouldn’t be loved by its customers if it was just cheap. It was also rated highly for filling your trolley and the quality of its fresh food. Several own-brand items, such as its cold meats, fruit and vegetables, were singled out for praise. Shoppers also liked the wide range of European products.

Some customers said they can’t get everything they want at Aldi, but others saw the fact that it stocks fewer items as a positive, saying it made it easier and quicker to get their shopping done.

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prewar

You could always try using the lovely veg you mention to feed your … You could always try using the lovely veg you mention to feed your family....Meat, dairy, fruit, juices, bread all comparable if not better than most supermarkets in my experience. Specially selected range is also very good.


The fruit and veg are smaller and some are recently more expensive than other supermarkets. Meat is all prepacked and not that brilliant in terms of quality. The cheeses are poor compared to most supermarkets. I think you must be off your head if you think the bread is anywhere near supermarket quality, no made in store bread and the breadcakes are the driest I have ever had.
This exactly what the poster was meaning by over-hyped. Aldi has it's place but let's get back to reality, it's not better than supermarkets and to be honest of late is not better value either other than a few odd items that may be worth getting.

Heat added for a toaster, I'd need a four slice version though.

Been looking for something like this for a while thanks

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2muchmonth

aldi is over hyped


Agree and the users of this site will prove just how over hyped it is with the comments you get back. Think Aldi must brain wash these people, I don't mind Aldi for a few select items but would never choose it over the main supermarkets because the quality and shopping experience is lacking. I like fresh bread, pancakes, pizza, fish, meat and deli from the counters rather than prepacked Aldi products but each to their own. I will get bombarded for this comment but always have a chuckle at people trying to defend Aldi

soso11

Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or … Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or turn it to get it toasted? If so great as cant find a toaster that has slots long enough to fit bread nicely.



60% of the time it will work all of the time

Aldi rocks - major supermarkets hugely inflated prices and stupid savings schemes - morrisons get a grip

jase99

CommentThe fruit and veg are smaller and some are recently more expensive … CommentThe fruit and veg are smaller and some are recently more expensive than other supermarkets. Meat is all prepacked and not that brilliant in terms of quality. The cheeses are poor compared to most supermarkets. I think you must be off your head if you think the bread is anywhere near supermarket quality, no made in store bread and the breadcakes are the driest I have ever had. This exactly what the poster was meaning by over-hyped. Aldi has it's place but let's get back to reality, it's not better than supermarkets and to be honest of late is not better value either other than a few odd items that may be worth getting.


Meat, try the 21 or 28 day aged steak far superior to most supermarkets, bread, white seeded batch loaves are fantastic, bagels and hot cross buns great too. Cheeses are comparable to cathedral city and flavoured cheeses are brilliant, parmesan far cheaper than other places. You only have to look at the number of people in the shops to see they're making an impression on the big boys. I won't be rushing back to sainsburys to get ripped off every week. Each to their own though.

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2muchmonth

couldn't agree more I luckily live in an area with many small holding for … couldn't agree more I luckily live in an area with many small holding for fruit veg meat, i personally think proper whole food is fundamental stuff. i am a vitamixer! most people are malnourished, no wonder they over eat on long-life shelved 'foods'



A Vitamixer? If so you're drinking your Fruit and Veg? You do realise that is a terrible idea, right?

cb-uk

Why on earth would anyone want to toast glass?;)



you Dont.
people toast bread to get toast.....therefore you toast sand to get glass.

All you aldi haters out there. No one asked or cares for your opinion. That is all.

All you aldi haters out there. No one asked or cares for your opinion. That is all.

I used to spend £80 a week on shopping when I shopped at tesco or asda. Now my income is limited and I have only £30-40 a week to spend on food shopping. I couldn't have managed without aldi. my meal plan and diet hasn't changed nor the quality dropped. I love the prepacked Salmon, 2 fair portions for £2.39! You get half the weight in asda for £2. I use home bargains for toiletries and asda for anything I can't get from aldi. Don't think I'm 'hyping' up here I just wanted to express how I use supermarkets :-)

dataload

my new quite expensive toaster doesn't take a full slice properly, I … my new quite expensive toaster doesn't take a full slice properly, I swear each time I make toast now



Return it and tell them it's not fit for purpose

I used to shop in Tesco/Sainsburys and spent roughly £70 every other week. Since I started shopping in Aldi I spend max £40 and actually manage to buy more food then in Tesco but for less money.

samster02

All you aldi haters out there. No one asked or cares for your opinion. … All you aldi haters out there. No one asked or cares for your opinion. That is all.



That's a relief!

soso11

Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or … Will this take a full slice off bread without having to either cut it or turn it to get it toasted? If so great as cant find a toaster that has slots long enough to fit bread nicely.



Last time I was buying a toaster I made a life size replica of a slice of Warburton bread so I could test for fitting when in the shop.

Whether you love or hate Aldi any shop that can ruffle the feathers of the big supermarkets can only leave us the shopper a winner.

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Karl pilkington

I'd prefer a mug with a clippable mat.

Best to shop around for the best deals,aldi seems to be paying a lot of people to post positive reviews,and as for which magazine, it is like most comparison sites,he who pays the piper calls the tune,aldi is lidl under a different name,same crap,limited choice,loss leaders to encourage you inside,and yes I do have an aldi,its nearby and yes it is busy,because it is newly built,
People are acting like aldi and lidl are new to the retail game,they had them in Livingston fifteen years ago and also in other places,they have failed to evolve, same special weekly offers,same paranoid attitude to customers,like having to queue up to exit the store,same limited choice, basically its different strokes for different folkes,we would be foolish to pledge our loyalty to any of these shysters, they are all out to screw us,shop around,look at all their special offers,move on to the next store and repeat,if the price of lambrini goes up one week in your favourite store,go elsewhere, don't fall for their sudden unreasonable price increases,walk away!
Tesco were selling those cheap four can pack of cheap lager for 70p,then overnight they were charging £1,then they upped the price to £2 hoping the customer would take a hit, and the competition would subsequently increase their prices too,fortunely neither Morrison's nor sainsburys fell for it and tesco are back to charging £1 a pack,same goes for eggs,the prices shot up when they all decided to join in,then when the customers said screw you and boycotted the product,the prices went back down.
Don't trust the buggers,they are all the same,and don't believe the aldi hype.
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