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The Breville VTT377 four slot four slice stainless steel toaster is a sleek and smart addition to any kitchen boasting a number of helpful features. It has variable browning control which allows you to choose how dark or light you like your toast and variable width slots allowing breads of various thicknesses to be fully toasted. So whether it's a small slice or something a bit bulkier - all sizes are properly accommodated.
Additional features of the VTT377 include a reheat button which brings cooled toast back up to temperature without burning it; a defrost button which automatically lengthens the toasting time to allow for the defrosting of frozen bread and a mid-cycle cancel button allowing you to stop the toasting process as and when you want to.
Remove smaller items without burning your fingers thanks to the extra-high lift which raises the bread carriage for easier access. And keep crumb mess to a minimum with the removable crumb tray which collects any crumbs that may fall from the bread as you toast it.
The VTT377 is also fitted with illuminated blue buttons for easy use, cord storage, and non-slip base.
1 x Breville Toaster
1 x Instruction Booklet
First class toaster. Have had a few unsatisfactory ones over the last few years but this is first class. Easy to use, does 4 slices of toast at once and has good crumb tray. Read morePublished 22 days ago by JaneC
Has to be used on low settings and if the bread is not even burns on one side send performance is inconsistent.Published 1 month ago by Mrs r bingham
Larger than I was expecting, but does make good toast.
Easy to use, arrived within days of ordering.
No good for crumpets or warburtons bread!!!! Does what it's supposed to on square loaves but last breville toaster had a crumpet setting which was superb. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mr G Griffiths
Have to cut every slice of normal size bread before it can fit in the slots of the toaster as they are too small. Read morePublished 5 months ago by kenneth pearson