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The crumpet setting works really well - there is an image on top of the toaster next to the slot to show the correct orientation of the crumpet. Then one side of the element works hotter than the other side so that you dont burn the base of the crumpet.
As for voltage, 220-240. Not sure about the rated wattage.
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mbC wrote:Why is no one making a horizontal toaster that tucks up under the cupboards? Because the crumbs will fall on the heating elements? No different from toaster ovens there...
Great idea! That would be a good sketch
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Why haven't anybody mentioned this one from philips?
In my Eyes this one is a beauty.
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Well, I haven't used KitchenAid so I can't say anything about it! I have been using Oster for more than 2 years and the result is really very impressive.