Morphy Richards Accents 44732 Four Slice Toaster
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- Red stainless steel design
- High-lift function
- Variable browning control
- Defrost and re-heat settings
- Variable-width slots
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|Dimensions||20.5 cm x 29 cm x 25 cm||21 cm x 29 cm x 25 cm||21 cm x 29 cm x 25 cm||30 cm x 21 cm x 31 cm|
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If you take a look at the other reviews posted you'll get a good idea of what divides opinion. If you're after a smart looking item to match other MR products or red items in your kitchen then this is for you.
Nice metallic red front with chunky silver dials & sliders, brushed aly sides & big slots for toasting.
A nice collection of settings including defrost & this looks all set for use.
It is at this point that it all goes wrong. This has quite possibly the cheapest, tiniest & most useless line up of heating elements I have ever seen.
If you wish to have toast at anything other than anaemic & limp you will need to set the dials to maximum. Even at this setting the toast never gets very dark,(you'll need to do it twice for that), and browning takes over 5 minutes!
The lead is pathetically short & the levering mechanism flimsy beyond belief.
If you never really use your toaster & are just looking to 'accessorise' your kitchen then this is fine.
If however you actually want to toast some bread then may I suggest that you use a lighted match as it will make a better fist of it than this appallingly engineered item.
It reminds me of those hollywood sets that look like real houses but are simply 'fronts' with nothing behind. It looks like a toaster, quite a nice one, but behind the red facade there really isn't anything of much use to anyone.
It cost too much to just replace it so we are looking forward to the day it 'dies' so we can buy something better.
It's understandable that we spend a long time researching these things - there is something about a toaster that makes it much more important than might otherwise be. We rely on it, it needs to be dependable, and it's often one of the first things we use in the morning, setting the tone for the rest of the day. This one I was relieved to find met that need. The toast dial settings have reassuring clicks, and I can vouch that setting the same numbers in each set of 2 slices measn your 2 lots of 2 will popo up at the same time - a sign they are well made and cllibrated. The toast itself is very evenly toasted - somethign that actually takes gettign used to after being so used to light patch here and a dark patch there. (This might even detratct from the charm of the variability, if you are particualry offput by the thought of your toast be 'too perfect'.)
The only slight downside is atually just a trade off. The widths are quite large, even allowing the most alarmingly mishapenly or oversized offcut to be toasted. The result though is that your cheap, every day bread can be a little bit thin, looking lost in the middle of that gaping slot - with the outcome that the bread is quite far from each element, adding a little to the toasting time. So, if you demand your toast ASAP and every second counts then perhpas go elsewhere. But if you want versitiliy, reliability and eveness, you can do much worse than this little reliable machine.
The slots are deep and wide for longer or thicker bread.
The defrost button helps with thicker bread , seems to put the elements on at a lower heat until its thawed before toasting. Not sure about the reheat function doesn't seem to have much use.
Seems to take a little longer to toast than my old cheap 2 slots. Perhaps because of the wider slots but this seems to help with toasting process, rather than quickly browning the outside .
The picture does not do it justice , the colour is a nice deep red .
Its also extremely slow to cook the toast and you need a very high setting to make it tuern brown. All in all I thought it was very poor and I would not buy another.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this is my third replacement of this product and it has failed again i will not use anything again from this manufacturerPublished 1 month ago by peter wallace
This has got to be without doubt the worst toaster I have ever had.
If you're happy with dried out toast that takes forever to make then go ahead, buy one of these. Read more
Brilliant toaster and lovely colour. Lots of coordinated items available. Have been using this for over a year now and no problems at all. The dials and buttons are easy to use. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wendy Martin
Spring broken in the left compartment after 18 months. Saftey hazard.Published 3 months ago by Mr O N Kendall
Had this for several years with a family of 4 children it's constantly in use and it's still going strong outlasting a previous Breville double toaster that was absolutely rubbish... Read morePublished 3 months ago by On the straight & narrow path
Had this toaster in daily use for over 5 years now and it's still going strong. Great purchase!!!Published 3 months ago by Oldandfussy