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The Russell Hobbs Urban 4-slice Toaster combines style with innovation to deliver the perfect slice of toast, while being a stunning addition to the kitchen worktop. It boasts a striking brushed satin finish and polished satin detail, making it versatile for matching other kitchen appliances, while blue LED indicator lights add to its upmarket feel.
With extra-wide toasting slots, the Urban Toaster is perfect for toasting either thin or thick bread, or even home-baked bread. The frozen bread setting will take the guesswork out of toasting frozen bread, as it automatically adjusts the toasting time to give the same degree of browning as with unfrozen bread. The reheat setting will give a quick burst of heat to unbuttered toast and the cancel function will stop the toasting process at any time at the touch of a button. If toasting smaller items like bagels or crumpets, removal is easy, as the extra-lift function allows the bread carriage handle to be raised further. The variable browning control has six settings, so you can toast your bread just as you like it. For easy removal of crumbs, the crumb tray simply slides out for emptying.
About the brand
The Russell Hobbs brand has been synonymous with quality, style and innovation for over 50 years. Founded in 1952 by Bill Russell and Peter Hobbs, the brand has led the way by introducing products that offer real consumer benefits and technological advancements. Such is the strength of the Russell Hobbs brand, it is recognised by 9 out of 10 consumers as a leading small kitchen appliance brand in the UK and has won numerous awards and product accreditations by leading institutes.
Looks good, works well
Pity bakers do not make bread that fits, different ones think toasters are universally sized,they're not.
On the plus side it has a stylish design and practical features e.g. reheat, defrost and cancel buttons but the unfortunately it does not fit a normal slice of bread. Read morePublished on 20 July 2012 by Nats
Slots not deep enough to take a 'standard' slice of bread....worse still mine burnt out after just 14 months lightish use. Hopeless.Published on 12 July 2011 by C.M.S.