Russell Hobbs 17936 Sandwich Toaster £8.99 instore @ sainsburys (£30 online)
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Russell Hobbs 17936 Sandwich Toaster £8.99 instore @ sainsburys (£30 online)

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Found 9th Feb 2011Made hot 9th Feb 2011
Russell Hobbs 17936 Sandwich Toaster £8.99 instore (£30 online)

Put your favourite fillings in delicious toasted sandwiches, with the Russell Hobbs Sandwich Toaster. It comes in a classic stainless steel finish with black styling.

The heat resistant locking handle securely cuts and seals the bread creating perfect sandwiches every time, while the 'stand upright' feature is a handy device for the space conscious, making it easier to store.

An indicator light informs you when the plates have reached the correct temperature to start toasting, making the Russell Hobbs Sandwich Maker super quick and easy to use.
Product featuresColour and finish
Black/polished
Wattage
The higher the wattage, the more powerful the appliance.
700W
Cable length
1.1m
Ready to cook light
Tells you when the machine is up to heat.
Yes
Built-in cable storage
Yes
Country of origin
China
Brand
Russell Hobbs
Floating hinge
For extra fat sandwiches.
No
Height, width, depth
8x21x24cm
Non slip feet
Yes
Non-stick plates
Yes
Plates cut and seal
Yes
Plates dishwasher safe
No
Removable plates
Makes cleaning them that much easier.
No
Slice capacity
4Slices
Stores upright
Takes up less space in you cupboard.
Yes
Thermostatic control
Keeps the machine at a pre-set temperature.
No

10 Comments

which store

Original Poster

got it from fosse park leicester 0116 263 1153 , had 6 on the shelf

seem to remember there used to be a freephone number for sainsburys c.s , they could tell you which stores have them in stock

The sandwich toaster is far to small for normal sized bread slices!

Rang Bolton store and they have none in store apparently if that's of any help to anyone. Good post though. Thanks.

A 1 star review and a 5 star review...

Just got one

Priced up at £15 from £30 on the shelf, asked the woman to scan and sure enough came up at £8.99. About 10 on the shelf (well, 9 now)

Brilliant - thanks OP
Edited by: "damnstudents" 9th Feb 2011

I'd never pay £30 for this. Maybe a fiver

I've been fancying a homemade cheese toastie for days...

mmmmmmm. heated

Good price and heat added although reviews do seem to point at it being rather small
Edited by: "majoosta" 10th Feb 2011
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