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Stainless steel toasters – functions and features explained

Stainless steel toasters are always a popular option when it comes to choosing a toaster. But with so many options it can be difficult to know which styles and functions to look for. Here we’ll explain some common features found among stainless steel toasters to make your search easier.

Polished stainless steel toasters

The striking polished finish on this type of toaster makes it ideal for those who want to add a bit of sparkle to their kitchen. It adds glamour and shine to liven up your worktop, with the functionality you’d expect from a Russell Hobbs toaster.

The reflective surface also creates the illusion of space in the same way that mirrors do to a home, so this could bring out the best in a small kitchen.

Brushed stainless steel toasters

These are stylish and modern but slightly more understated than polished stainless steel toasters as they have a non-reflective surface and tend to hide finger marks better.

Many of our brushed stainless steel toasters have kettles to match including our Regent kettle and toaster twin pack which offers excellent value for money.

Slot size and high lift facility

Some are standard size while others are more generous allowing you to easily toast thick bread, bagels, teacakes, muffins and crumpets. Nearly all of our stainless steel toasters have extra wide toasting slots including the Nevada and Retro models.

Another useful function is high lift which allows the bread carriage handle to be raised further. This ensures small items like crumpets and bagels can be easily removed.

Frozen bread function

All of our stainless steel toasters are equipped with this function including our classic and Allure toasters. This standard feature conveniently takes the guesswork out of toasting frozen bread. Simply leave your toaster on the setting you use with normal, unfrozen bread and the toasting time will be altered automatically to give you perfect toast every time.

Reheat function

This will re-warm toast without going through the whole toasting cycle again.  Always remember when reheating toast use a low setting to avoid burning the bread and never reheat buttered toast as it may catch fire. Only reheat plain, unbuttered toast.

Visit the products page on our main website to find out more and to see the mix and match options.

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