Tesco Every Day Value Sandwich Toaster £3.40 instore
444°Expired

Tesco Every Day Value Sandwich Toaster £3.40 instore

23
Found 15th Dec 2013
Basic new style 2 x sandwitch toaster. I bought this from Tesco Extra Batley for £3.40. I don't know if this is national but there were loads on the shelf and it's showing £6.00 online. Bargain price!

23 Comments

great value

Cheapest available method of ruining bread, heat.

mynameisthehulk

Cheapest available method of ruining bread, heat.



And burning your mouth badly too, you forgot that...

mynameisthehulk

Cheapest available method of ruining bread, heat.



I would have thought just letting it go moldy is cheaper... but it is quicker, I'll give you that.

This product actually illustrates everyday value product. Voting hot for that.

I had one of these. Binned it as it didnt make good toasties and took too long.

I've not had a toastie for YEEEEAARS.
Heat just for reminding me that they exist

They r garbage, don't waste your money!!!

bargain

Thanks

very poor design - allows only minimal filling and because it "cuts" diagonally , cant use ham in there because it wont seal the edges properly - result , cheesy mess everywhere (assuming you try to make a ham and cheese toastie like I did of course!).

It`s ok for cheese or beans though,just dont try to overfill it

Good price and toasties are supposed to be messy aren't they?

This really isn't that good, barely toasts the bread.

What the...? Who puts beans in a toasted sandwich?? Cheese and pickle ftw! Anyway, it's a sandwich toaster, we've had a hinari one for the last ten years, bought it secondhand at a yard sale for two quid, it makes a mess and cuts funny but dammit, toasted sandwiches! ! Heat for the happy cheap new one that probably does as well as all the others.

I'd recommend against a budget one, very poor results in my experience, with the heating being concentrated in a strip across the middle meaning that the bread was unevenly toasted and you ended up with under-cooked crusts (Surely, the most heinous of crimes wrt Toasties!!!). I ended up throwing it away and wishing I had spent more.

Just my opinion...

scrambled egg toasties yummy

I got one off these a few months ago works fine may take a little longer but does that really matter i put ham and cheese in mine and comes out fine but dont think you could put a lot of fillings in it though.

for the money I don't think you can complain to be fair

Normal bread doesn't fit in very well and i find you have to cut a strip off the top or bottom or it just hangs out and doesn't toast, cheaper brand of bread is a bit smaller so might well fit OK. Used a few times then threw away and got a branded one instead.

tiberious

very poor design - allows only minimal filling and because it "cuts" … very poor design - allows only minimal filling and because it "cuts" diagonally , cant use ham in there because it wont seal the edges properly - result , cheesy mess everywhere (assuming you try to make a ham and cheese toastie like I did of course!).It`s ok for cheese or beans though,just dont try to overfill it

or are cut the ham diagonally or use scissors to cut rather than knife. cheaper the better for toastie makers and dont forget to butter the outside of the bread

Neilscoutb

or are cut the ham diagonally or use scissors to cut rather than knife. … or are cut the ham diagonally or use scissors to cut rather than knife. cheaper the better for toastie makers and dont forget to butter the outside of the bread



Don`t get me wrong - I`m no brand snob - paid £5 for my one and tried everything (including cut to size!), but for all the extra effort and the time needed to clear up the mess afterwards, just wasn`t worth it for me. Not used for over 6 months now and if I were to replace it I would look for one which toasted full slices (i.e didnt try to cut diagonally - I am a grown up now (!) and can handle big sarnies! ) and allowed a deep filling - any recommendations appreciated!

As has been mentioned, if you`re happy enough with thin , messy toasties, it is indeed a bargain - horses for courses I guess.

Edited by: "tiberious" 15th Dec 2013

cheese and pickle? yes please

the contents do heat up to roughly the same surface temperature of the sun though...

Everyone loves a toastie !
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text