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Dualit 2 slice Cream Toaster 20247

by Dualit

RRP: £149.00
Price: £109.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Style-conscious design
  • Extra wide 28 mm slots
  • Manual ejector system
  • Removable crumb tray
  • Optional sandwich cage
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Dualit
Model Number20247
ColourBeige
Item Weight3.5 Kg
Product Dimensions26 x 21 x 22 cm
Power / Wattage1200 watts
MaterialStainless Steel
Number of Slices2
Special FeaturesCool Touch, Defrost, High Lift, Crumb Tray, Wide Slots, Self Adjusting
  
Additional Information
ASINB00008BQZB
Best Sellers Rank 62,480 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.7 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2003
  
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Product Description

The Dualit Vario Toaster combines simplicity and sophistication perfectly. With extra wide 28mm slots to accommodate a Sandwich Cage and the award winning ProHeat elements, a patented design which increases toasting efficiency & element longevity, every toaster has a removable crumb tray and an adjustable rear foot. Manually operated the Dualit toaster features switches to control the degree of browning and an ejector system which means that the toast does not pop up but stays warm until the ejector lever is pushed up.

Amazon.co.uk Review

The Dualit Vario toaster makes great toast, looks stunning and is built to last. This two-slice model has a two-tone cream and stainless steel finish. The slots are 28 mm wide with self-adjusting wire guards to automatically accommodate a broad range of bread thicknesses. The slots also support the separately available sandwich cage, which is a useful addition for making toasted sandwiches, buns and crumpets, though it is possible to toast the latter without a cage.

The Dualit is a sturdy beast with a retro look. It weighs in at around 3.5 kg and has minimal controls, all with a reassuringly solid feel. The red backlit slot selector switch lights up to tell you when the toaster is in use and can be set for one or two slices. This is important, as the toaster uses a patented ProHeat element that is optimised to quickly produce evenly cooked toast. However, the element's lifespan may be shortened if a slot is regularly heated while empty. A black rotary time switch means that you need to determine how long you want to toast each and every time you use the Dualit, rather than relying on a default setting as seen with other toasters.

One of the advantages of the Dualit toaster is that the bread doesn't pop up when the timer is finished. Instead, you need to press down the central black ejector knob to remove your toast. This ensures that your toast stays warm for longer if you are not there to remove it straightaway. Another component of note is a useful slide-out crumb tray. Results are impressive, with beautifully even toasting in all slots and up to 65 slices per hour (two medium slices from cold takes around two minutes). However, the most compelling reason for putting a Dualit toaster in your kitchen is its perfect blend of durability and style. --Heather Wilson


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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By G on 17 May 2009
I purchased this after a year of problems with a Magimix (see my other reviews for that!) this Dualit is great - it is a little more manual than others. Toasts well and we all love the way the lever works manually - which is maybe not something everyone is aware of - there is no automatic pop up/timed action on it, the toast stays in the toaster when timer finished (no pop up),so when you are cooking more that 1/2 pieces the elements are already warmed up so decrease the toasting time when doing consequetive pieces to avoid burning. All in all a good toaster. I was led to believe that it is 'Made in England', it is built in England, all parts are made and supplied from China.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Rowena Hoseason HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 3 Jan. 2013
To be blunt, you can buy a toaster for a lot less than a Dualit will cost. They are not cheap. They are also quite basic in the way they operate, much like an old-fashioned Aga range. I'm a bit skeptical about whether I paid for quality or the name... but mine has been in service for nearly ten years now, and has been faultless. This is one of the more robust original styles of Dualit toasters -- they have also introduced a 'lite' range which cost a lot less, but which do feel flimsy by comparison.
The standard range comes in a variety of enamel colours or even completely stainless steel, and they operate differently to most run-of-the-mill toasters. There's no auto or timer pop-up action. Instead you manually raise the bread up, away from the heat, to see how brown it is. This is a lot more flexible than most machines -- plus you can choose to heat one set of elements for just one slice, or both to do two simultaneously.
HOWEVER this means that you need to pay a little more attention to what is going on. You need to know how many minutes to turn the timer to, or keep an eye on things. It can take a little getting used to. You must not try to turn the timer to zero or this will break it -- you have to let it tick down, even if you've removed your toast already.
Ours has worked perfectly for over nine years. It felt like a ludicrous amount of money to pay when we bought it, but has been totally reliable. Once I understood how to use it, it's easy to adjust how long you toast bread for to get the ideal crispiness -- and you can suit several people without having to faff around.
There's no pop-up mechanism to malfunction, and the main body feels very substantial. I did have to stop one guest from almost twisting the dial off in his hand when he tried to turn it the wrong way!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dibber on 8 Nov. 2008
When I put my new cream Dualit toaster in pride of place in my kitchen, two friends commented that they both have twenty year old Dualit toasters that are still going strong and look as good as when they bought them. Speaks for itself! I love the little lever that enables me to keep the toast warm and the positive and simple to use timer.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By wambui on 31 Mar. 2009
Does what it says on the tin , user friendly. have used these in Army accommodation and they are certainly "solider proof" and very robust. Will last you a lifetime and provide decent toast to your liking without fail every time.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Greenaway on 22 Oct. 2008
I bought my pink 2 slice toaster around 3 years ago and it still makes me smile when I see it every morning. Most people are surprised at its lack of modern functions (doesn't pop up on its own - doesn't have a timer you can set and leave) but after having had a Dualit I will never toast my bread in anything else. The toast it produces (and lets face it the toast is the most important thing) is without equal - everytime excellent toast - just right. Some people say these toasters are a little expensive, but taking into account that they go on toasting for years, and the quality of the toast it produces, I class it as one of my better buys.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Dave2mouse on 12 Jan. 2006
This toaster is awesome, as soon as you get it out of the box you know it's quality. Never again have over cooked toast, you adjust the time each and everytime you use it, plus with the pop up lever you can check its how you like it as well! TOP PRODUCT!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By N. Jaques on 19 Mar. 2009
This toaster looks great and gives great toast... just so long as you can fit the slices in. I find that the slots could be just that bit longer and for those thick crusts, a bit wider. That said, it does make fantastic toast.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Kong on 16 April 2011
I was given one of these toasters as a present by a close family member. For anyone who appreciates thier toast, a loved one giving you a dualit is the equivalent of a gypsy curse. I dont know where happy reviewers buy their bread but the standard loaves I buy stick out of the top of this toaster, and won't fit sideways. Though the protrusion is small, the reality is the top inch of the bread is not cooked properly. To maintain family goodwill, for 8 years I have had to turn my toast half way through to get an acceptable slice.

For the eco warriors - you may be excited about the energy saving 'one slice' option. In my family this feature has proved to be an irritating failure. The reasons for this are too boring and complex to explain, but suffice to say more energy goes into corrective toasting on partially cooked pieces of toast than is ever saved by the single slice option.

The robust build of this toaster means the only escape is a lump hammer. So unless you only eat square bread, live alone, have a tiny appetite, and dont like toast...I would steer well clear.
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