Toaster Reviews For 2018

If you’ve been considering buying a toaster but can’t quite make up your mind on which one to bring home, then check out the toasters reviewed on Gadget Review.

What do you want to bring home – a 2-slice or a 4-slice toaster? Do you enjoy toasting bagels? In that case, you need to consider toasters with wide slots.

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Toaster Oven vs Microwave

Toaster Oven vs Microwave

We take a look at why toaster oven and microwave units are so different, and how kitchens can benefit from both of them!
The Darth Vader Toaster Gets An Upgrade

The Darth Vader Toaster Gets An Upgrade

I would have to say that this is one of the coolest toaster ovens out there, way geekier than The Best All Around Toaster Oven: The Cuisinart TOB-260N1. Sure, there have been Star Wars toasters before. But those were just essentially vaguely menacing-looking kitchen appliances passed off as the dark…
Breakfast Made Easy Via The Nostalgia Electrics Flip-Down Breakfast Toaster

Breakfast Made Easy Via The Nostalgia Electrics Flip-Down Breakfast Toaster

Those looking for the best toaster oven may want to check out the one below. It has some nifty features. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but many of us still skip it due to a lack of time in the morning. Now you can easily make…
Magimix See-Through Glass Toaster Prevents Charring

Magimix See-Through Glass Toaster Prevents Charring

Most if not all toasters include a setting allowing you to influence how brown you’d like your toast. Even the best toaster oven has this. But they’re hardly accurate since different types of breads have a variable browning point. Take for instance bagels. They take longer to toast than a…
Quik-serve Toaster

Quik-serve Toaster

Getting your bread to eject from the toaster at just the right time – the eggs are finished cooking as is the bacon – is no easy feat.  Precision timing is needed and most toasters take minutes to complete the job. Not the Quik-serve Toaster from Westbend (so quick they…
T-Fal Toaster Looks iPhone Compatible

T-Fal Toaster Looks iPhone Compatible

Looks pricey, don’t it?  Wrong.  This toaster from T-fal is just $35.  That’s 35 smackers, 35 greenbacks.  But before you get too excited don’t expect this thing to sync with your iPhone or let you schedule toastings.  What it does have, though, is a digital display and a bunch of…
This Toast Defibrillator Could Save You In A Breakfast Crisis

This Toast Defibrillator Could Save You In A Breakfast Crisis

If you’ve ever had the displeasure of having a nasty hangover, you can probably agree that getting a nice breakfast could definitely be deemed an emergency situation. Which is where the toast defibrillator comes in. It’ll give you some much needed energy, stat. Problem is, it’s only a concept right…
The Slide Through Toaster Should Insure No More Burnt Fingers

The Slide Through Toaster Should Insure No More Burnt Fingers

Burnt your fingers lately on the toaster? You probably have if you eat a lot of toast, have small hands and an old toaster. Well, it’s time to upgrade to the Slide Through Toaster. The bread goes in, toasts and instead of popping back up it slides through, continuing in…
Super Nintoaster: A Super Nintendo Toaster (video)

Super Nintoaster: A Super Nintendo Toaster (video)

Sure, there's no utilitarian purpose for jamming a Super Nintendo into a toaster case, but based on my experience every great video game system deserves a new skin. There isn't too much to talk about, but of note the construction looks super seamless, the slider button works as a power…
A Portable Toaster Using Nanotechnology Sounds A Bit Soft To Me

A Portable Toaster Using Nanotechnology Sounds A Bit Soft To Me

Sure, toasters are a dime a dozen, but if you’re stuck within the confines of a cubicle it’s unlikely that you’ve got access to one.  If so, Korean designer Kim Been wants to liberate you from the days of chewy bagels and soggy bread.  His invention, the Portable Toaster Knife…

Learn More About Toasters

Read our toaster reviews to learn about the latest toaster models from brands such as Dualit, DeLonghi, and Argos. Some of the newer models of toasters have a handy pause and check feature that lets you check how nicely browned the slice is, and lets you choose if you wish to continue toasting. The best toasters consume less energy, feature a sturdy metallic body, and may also feature a bun warmer on the top.

We compare toasters for essential features such as an easy to remove crumbs tray, smooth knobs and levers, and a good springy action that lets you retrieve the toast without burning your fingers.

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