Russell Hobbs deluxe toaster

Russell Hobbs toaster
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4.5

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Great – a toaster with slots large enough to accept Warburton’s bread!

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4.74 (34 votes)

The Russell Hobbs deluxe toaster features larger than average toasting slots. Hence, we think we have found the only toaster equipped to handle Warburtons white slices! Warburtons bread is more rectangular in shape than many other pre-sliced loaves. As a result, you either need a toaster with larger slots or have half done toast!

The Russell Hobbs deluxe toaster will toast your Warburtons to a tee!

The Russell Hobbs deluxe toaster will toast your Warburtons to a tee!

After much searching and taking pieces of cardboard into toaster shops (these had been cut to the size of Warburtons), we are pleased with our new purchase. The Russell Hobbs deluxe toaster is available in a two or four slice version and is the only toaster I have found that will accept Warburton sized slices with ease! The toaster offers a setting for frozen bread. Another nifty idea is the “lift and look” feature. You do not have to wait for the toaster to pop up to check if the toast is done. Simply lift the handles and look! It’s a clever feature allowing you to check on progress without switching the toaster off! Brilliant!

Buying the Russell Hobbs deluxe toaster

The toaster was available at Tesco using Clubcard vouchers on “double up” but it also available via Amazon, both as a two slice and a four slice toaster! The Russell Hobbs website has more information.

 

 

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