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Matt Maldre
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17 years ago

I would imagine that this would take a lot longer to toast a piece of bread. In a conventional toaster the entire piece of bread is exposed to the toasting apparatus. But in this toaster only a part of the bread is exposed. Let’s say 1/8th of the bread is exposed to the toasting apparatus. That would take eight times as long to toast a piece of bread. It would be novel to see your bread toasted like this, but only if you have the time.

Actually what this reminds me of is the toasters at Potbellys.

Mark R
Mark R
17 years ago

I love the concept. I would be interested to find out how long it takes to toast a piece of bread. I don’t think it would take as long as Spud seems to believe. Plus, you don’t have to be all paranoid about being electrocuted when your toast doesn’t pop up high enough in the conventional toaster and you have to use a fork or knife to fish it out. However, they should add a feature where the rollers also leak butter (or margarine if you prefer), thus buttering and toasting your bread at the same time. That would be… Read more »

Mark R
Mark R
17 years ago

By the way, excellenk article about how Krispy Kreme donuts are made. Thanks for the link Moose.

Matt Maldre
Admin
17 years ago

oooo, an automatic toast butterer. I would set mine on HIGH.

Tom Saaristo
17 years ago

Yet again another design that just isn’t that aesthetically pleasing.

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