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Russell Hobbs 14144 4-Slice Classic Toaster, Satin Finish, Wide Long Slots, Frozen, Cancel and Reheat Functions

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  • Brushed Satin 4-slice Toaster
  • Independent 2-slice operation
  • Extra wide slots
  • Reheat, frozen and cancel settings
  • Removable crumb tray and variable browning control
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Russell Hobbs
Model Number14144
ColourSilver
Item Weight2.6 Kg
Product Dimensions34.2 x 27.4 x 22.4 cm
Number of Slices4
  
Additional Information
ASINB0016OUEEG
Best Sellers Rank 398,968 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.6 Kg
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Date First Available28 Mar. 2008
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Simplicity and classic design are key with this 4-slice toaster, as well as delivering high performance.The Classic Toaster by is an iconic Russell Hobbs toaster which is equally at home in either modern or contemporary kitchens. Its classic stylish satin stainless steel finish is guaranteed to suit your kitchen.
Designed to make the perfect slice of toast, whilst looking simple yet eye-catching as well. Its variable browning control, will ensure that your toast has the correct degree of browning everytime and it is also packed with a whole host of other features.
For convenience, the new Russell Hobbs Classic Toaster includes a frozen bread setting, designed to take the guesswork out of toasting frozen bread.It will also re-heat unbuttered toast and should you want to stop toasting, simply press the cancel button.
Flexibility is the key with this toaster as being independant 2-slice operation, it offers the option to toast at different intervals.

Manufacturer's Description

Simplicity and classic design are key with this 4-slice toaster, as well as delivering high performance.The Classic Toaster by is an iconic Russell Hobbs toaster which is equally at home in either modern or contemporary kitchens. Its classic stylish satin stainless steel finish is guaranteed to suit your kitchen.
Designed to make the perfect slice of toast, whilst looking simple yet eye-catching as well. Its variable browning control, will ensure that your toast has the correct degree of browning everytime and it is also packed with a whole host of other features.
For convenience, the new Russell Hobbs Classic Toaster includes a frozen bread setting, designed to take the guesswork out of toasting frozen bread.It will also re-heat unbuttered toast and should you want to stop toasting, simply press the cancel button.
Flexibility is the key with this toaster as being independant 2-slice operation, it offers the option to toast at different intervals.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By S. Kitchen on 18 Jan. 2011
My mum and I have spent ages hunting for a toaster that can actually toast larger slices, as she not only bakes her own bread but is a fan of Warburtons Farmhouse and Kingsmill Everyday bread, both of which were too big for our previous (also a Russell Hobbs) toaster.

On the RH website, they specify which models fit longer slices of bread - and to be fair, I wouldn't say the bread choices she has are exactly non-standard - and the Classic was one of them. She also wanted four individual slots which could be controlled in twos if only needing two slices at a time.

Sure enough, the Kingsmill Everyday fits in not only standing tall but on its side. Not tested the Warburtons yet but there's plenty of room for it to go in sideways (it might peak above the heating bit if standing tall), which isn't a problem as the high-lift feature means it's easy to get out.

She's pleased which means I'm pleased, and I don't even eat bread!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ABK on 26 May 2011
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With so many mixed reviews on Russell Hobbs toasters, I wasn't sure what to expect, but needed a basic four slot toaster that would actually fit and cook toast.

I have been amazingly surprised and pleased with this particular model - it is very compact - about two thirds the size overall of a Proline model in our previous apartment, and looks great in our small modern kitchen.

It took me a moment to work out that you use the left hand slot if you only want to cook two slices at once - and the lever for the right hand slot works all four together. Too early to tell if this means the left hand slot will wear out sooner as it gets more use due to not being able to choose, but so far no problems.

The toast from frozen function is very useful and actually does something - seems to start the cooking out slowly before going to full strength.

Toasting quality seems quite even, the slots are a great size - deep and wide as advertised - and the lift function is sufficient to help get smaller items like bagels out without risking trouble.

All in all it has been a very happy experience - only time will tell how robust it is.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By James H on 3 Jan. 2011
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I have toast every day and consider myself both a toast afficionado as well as a toast addict. My requiremnts? Very adjustable, 2 slices or four, fits tall bread (very important for fresh/breadmaker bread and extremely difficult to find). I had a lovely Russel Hobbs 4-slot toaster for years. When it finally gave up the ghost, I managed to find a refurbished one which worked well for a few years more. With no replacement in sight I bought a De-Longhi as a replacement - so disappointing I returned it for a refund. On my hunt I found this - the perfect replacement for my old toaster almost identical to my old one in looks and performance - except as the design has been around for so long it's now called a 'classic'. Excellent.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By tony on 5 Nov. 2011
i bought this as i had seen the 2 slice one on the gadget show and it came top in all the tests so i thought the 4 slice one would be the same but i wouldnt give it top marks as it does tend to burn the edges of the toast and the slots are not very wide. its is a decent enough toaster but i am sure better ones are out there for the same money.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Netti on 13 Sept. 2011
four slice toaster - great. However, you can't toast two and then another two as all four slices come up at the same time! Second two not independent of first two slices. Other than that it's a nice toaster. I like the 'eject' button!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Warner on 24 July 2009
Before buying a new toaster i read various reviews on different products and bought this one as it seemed to do all i wanted for a reasonable price. However, the stainless steel marks like mad, it says it takes thick slices, but only ones from a pre-packed loaf and then a lot of the crusts are too thick to fit in. It gets really hot and the mechanism to lift the toast up once it has finished is rubbish - i burn my fingers nearly every time i'm getting toast out of it!! Not one of my best purchases and one i would not recommend.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Alan Urdaibay on 31 Dec. 2009
I bought this because a friend has a very good 2 slice version (which is still working fine) and I thought that the 4 slice version would scale up. I was very pleased on first purchase but encountered problems the moment the guarantee ran out. The 4 slice toaster is in effect two 2 slice toasters joined together but operable independently. Neither side will toast unless the slices are held depressed in the toasting position. It is the mechanism that keeps the slices depressed which has failed on one side, meaning that it will not operate unless I keep the slices depressed manually (using the lever). So I now have a two slice toaster and not a 4 slice toaster. As time has gone by the toasting quality has deteriorated also, resulting in a very uneven finish. It is also very difficult to remove the inevitable toast crumbs that accumulate - the tray is too small by far.

Maybe it's just bad luck, but I have had a lot of problems with toasters. In general they seem to be badly made and unreliable. If I were convinced that throwing money at the problem would solve it I might do that and buy a really expensive one, but I'm far from convinced that the differences are other than cosmetic. Maybe we could convince Dyson to make a toaster.
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